Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Kidlington

Are you living in or nearby the area of Kidlington and considering attempting to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction problem. If so, congratulations, you’ve definitely made the right choice for yourself and your future.

It’s also important that you know that you’re not alone.

There are a significant number of people from all walks of life struggling with addiction in your area, and therefore there are local rehab facilities available to you.

It can be overwhelming to distinguish which rehab facility offers the most appropriate treatment for you and which is reputable in their field, however, we’re here to help!

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we have a wide range of partners, both in Kidlington and across the UK, who provide a high standard of drug and alcohol rehab treatment programmes.

All are regulated by the CQC (Care Quality Commission), which means that you can be confident that your care is at the top of their priority list.

Most of our team here at Rehab 4 Addiction are in recovery, so we have been where you are now and can answer any questions that you may have about the process.

If budget is an issue, we totally get that some people will choose independent recovery over professional help.

Unfortunately, the relapse rate is very high in individuals who attempt to recover alone. Aside from dangerous withdrawal symptoms, it’s impossible to fully address the psychological connection you have with substance use independently.

We can help you find an option to suit your budget, get in touch today on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

Why it’s important to find the right type of drug and alcohol addiction treatment programme

Much like your struggle with addiction, each experience of addiction recovery will be individual. Not everyone is affected in the same way and there are different severities of addictive behaviour, so it’s important that your treatment is tailored to you.

Whilst there are community-based recovery programmes offered through the NHS in most areas, the waiting lists for such treatment are notoriously long.

It is also additionally difficult to obtain a place on a residential rehab course, which is the most recommended form of treatment for those with moderate to severe addiction problems.

It’s important that both mental and physical addictions to drugs and/or alcohol are destroyed as a part of your recovery treatment, and investing time and effort into the wrong type of rehab can not only result in a failure to achieve your recovery goal but also deter you from future attempts.

Even where short-term sobriety is achieved, relapses are more frequent when the root cause, contributing triggers and any dual diagnoses are not addressed through your treatment.

How do I source appropriate drug and alcohol rehab in Kidlington?

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we are able to provide a range of effective treatment options in and around the Kidlington area, which directly correlates to the level of your addiction.

Through a short assessment, we can determine the severity of your addiction and therefore recommend a suitable rehab option for you.

In the majority of cases, we are likely to recommend one of our partner residential rehab facilities, as this is proven to provide the optimum recovery potential for those with moderate to severe drug and/or alcohol addiction problems.

All of our partner facilities are pre-approved by us, so you can focus on recovery and be safe in the knowledge that you will be treated with the utmost care by trained medical professionals who specialise in addiction treatment.

We don’t require a GP referral and can often turn around your admission within one day.

We can also answer any queries or concerns that you may have about the rehab process in general. We even offer referrals outside of Kidlington if you would prefer to travel further away from home to recover.

Our help is offered completely free of charge and you will be treated respectfully, with all personal information treated in the strictest confidence.

Will I be able to maintain my newly found sobriety?

Those who attend suitable residential rehab programmes have a substantial chance of achieving sustained sobriety.

Whilst this can take longer for some individuals than others, depending on the specific factors contributing to their illness, those who demonstrate a continued desire to achieve and maintain sobriety are the most successful

Rehab programmes vary in length depending on your needs, however, a typical recovery programme is around 28 days and consists of both medically assisted detox and substantial psychological therapy.

Aftercare services are generally provided for at least 12 months following your discharge from the programme, helping you to maintain your newly found sobriety out in the real world.

Even if you are concerned about relapse, you will not be left to fend for yourself, with our 24-hour phone support available to immediately address such concerns through contact with your original programme leads.

To start a new and fulfilling life in Kidlington, get in touch with our friendly team for advice about starting your recovery journey.

We can help you achieve your recovery goals without the wait, contact us on 0800 140 4690 at Rehab 4 Addiction.

 

 

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