Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Kerrier

Are you currently living in the Kerrier area and struggle with substance abuse?

Are you interested in finding help through a rehabilitation programme but not sure where to start?

Have you only looked into the services provided by the NHS so far?

Well if this is the case, then you are in the right place. A Rehab 4 Addiction we work with the rehab centres in the Kerrier area to match potential clients with their ideal rehab centre.

Without tried and tested referral services we can find you the perfect rehab centre that has the facilities and experiences to help you.

Why should you use our services?

Many would argue that since all of the NHS provided substance dependencies are provided for free you should just rely on them to aid in your recovery.

While the NHS offers wonderful services, the sad truth is that the country’s mental health services are vastly overworked. They are already stretched so thin, they can’t offer the individual care many struggling with substance abuse need.

The NHS services also require you to prove you are struggling enough to be able to use their rehab services. Even then you are placed on long waiting lists that when you are finally able to receive the treatment it may not be in the Kerrier area.

With Rehab 4 Addiction all you have to do is call 0800 140 4690 and we will begin your free assessment of needs.

In this assessment, we take the time to get to know you. Your struggles, your fears and most importantly what you want to get out of your stay at a rehab centre.

We understand that after someone suffering from drug or alcohol dependency reaches out for help, speed is key. Once our assessment is complete we will make a referral to match you with the best possible rehab centre in the Kerrier area.

We are speedy, efficient and we won’t force you to prove you are deserving of our help. All you have to do is ask and we will happily provide.

What will happen in rehab?

While every rehab centre is different the treatment itself tends to be very similar no matter where you end up.

To begin with, in order to give your body a fresh start and your mind the best chance to focus on recovery, you will undergo a detox.

A detox is a process of ridding your body of drugs and alcohol so that you can be weaned away from your dependency on substances.

During this process, you will be monitored day and night until it is completed. This is because detox can be dangerous when done alone, it should only ever be attempted when properly supervised by a fully trained medical professional.

The staff at the rehab centre will be fully capable of keeping you as safe and as comfortable as possible through the detox. They will be able to administer any needed medical attention including providing medication should the withdrawal symptoms prove too much for you.

The entire detox process is designed to be as easy on your body as possible so that once you are finished you can focus on your recovery.

A very important stage in your recovery is attending therapy sessions.

We understand that drug or alcohol dependencies rarely develop on their own. They are instead a trauma response brought on by extreme circumstances such as abuse, mental health problems or a dramatic change in circumstances such as homelessness.

Over time what was once used as a way to ignore the pain caused by the trauma has become something just as damaging.

This is why in order to begin the recovery journey you must be able to work through said trauma.

Depending on the severity of the mental health issues you may be referred to private therapy sessions. Here you will be able to regularly talk to a therapist and together you can create a set of tools to aid you in dealing with your triggers that won’t be harmful to your health.

In most cases, however, you will just have to attend group therapy. This is when others in the rehab centre can join you and a fully qualified therapist in sitting down and sharing their experiences.

You will be able to connect with people who truly understand what you are going through letting you feel not so alone throughout the recovery process.

Cognitive behavioural therapy and motivational therapy will also be key treatments used for your substance abuse.

Cognitive behavioural therapy is the practice of challenging unhealthy behaviours such as drug or alcohol cravings and working to replace them with safer alternatives. You will be taught coping mechanisms to avoid relapses and improve your overall mental health.

Motivational therapy is designed specifically for those struggling with substance abuse in mind and works to improve their mental health.

A very important part of your stay at a rehab centre is the relapse prevention plan.

A relapse prevention plan is designed just for you and your needs, it consists of tools to help you avoid triggers for your cravings.

It also includes a health plan ranging from a nutrition plan to an exercise schedule so that the negative effects of prolonged substance abuse can be reversed.

Life after rehab

Following your stay at rehab, you may be worried you will return to the drugs or alcohol you worked so hard to avoid.

Let us assure you it is normal to feel this way.

Rehab centres offer expert aftercare services so that you are not just on your own once you leave the centre.

These services include follow up therapy sessions and the recommendation of local support groups in the Kerrier area.

These support groups allow you to work alongside others towards long term recovery. You can build relationships with these people and create a support network filled with people who have been where you are.

You are given accountability and can have your progress monitored by a trained professional who will attend every meeting.

What to do now?

Well, you made it this far. That means you must be serious about wanting to begin your recovery journey.

To get started all you have to do is call 0800 140 4690 and your free assessment can begin.

Our staff is ready and waiting to take your call and you are ready and waiting to begin your new life. This is the beginning of a better future.

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