Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Kington

You may be feeling embarrassed to reach out right now, or ashamed of your situation. You may be feeling stressed at the prospect of searching for treatment, or overwhelmed by the amount of options before you.

You don’t have to feel like this.

With Rehab 4 Addiction, you could instead feel understood and cared for by our friendly admissions team, some of which have experienced addiction themselves in the past.

You could feel relaxed as we search for the right treatment for you, and hopeful and excited to embark on your personal journey to recovery.

We understand how just easy it can be to feel defeated by your addiction, but there is another way. Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690, or fill in our online form to receive a call back at a better time. Your recovery can start today.

How we can help you find a rehab

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction we strive to simplify the often complicated process of getting admitted to rehab.

We do this by assessing our clients early on in the admissions process and working quickly to use the information gained through these evaluations to match them to their perfect treatment facility and methods.

The first of these assessments will likely take place over the phone. You will be assessed by a member of our friendly admissions team, and they will ask you a series of questions surrounding you and your addiction.

These questions may ask about details such as the general severity of your addiction, the length of time you have used for, the substance or multiple substances you have used, the method of your abuse (for instance, snorting, smoking or injecting), and if you have a family history of substance use at all.

This data will help us begin to create your treatment plans, and will also assist us in narrowing down your options for treatment facilities.

It could be decided that you are better off staying local and choosing a drug and alcohol rehab in Kington, or you may find it is recommended that you go to a facility further afield that may specialise in a certain treatment that you need.

Once we have finished our search for suitable rehabilitation centres we will present the findings and suggestions to you, for you to then make the final decisions. It is at this point that you will be referred and admitted to your chosen drug and alcohol rehab.

We understand that at this crucial and vulnerable phase of recovery, time is everything, and time spent searching can be dangerous for the individual struggling to cope with an addiction.

This is why we work hard to ensure this process is not only a simple and easy one to experience, but is also as speedy as possible, whilst still being thorough.

By getting you placed into a suitable rehab as soon as we can we increase your chances of reaching a full recovery that much more, and lessen the chances of you experiencing an unwanted relapse whilst waiting for treatment.

Drug and alcohol rehab in Kington

When you arrive at your chosen rehab facility, which will most likely be a drug and alcohol rehab in Kington, you will have time to get comfortable in your new surroundings.

You will be given time to unpack, get familiar with the layout of your new home, and meet the team and maybe other clients that are being treated at the same time.

It is at this point that you will undergo the second assessment. This one will be performed by a doctor and will further evaluate aspects of your addiction, this time focusing mainly on your mental and physical health.

Again, this data will go towards your recovery and will help us streamline the details of your bespoke treatment plan.

If you have not already, you will undergo a full drug and alcohol detox.

Though this phase of treatment can be daunting for those entering rehab, it is one of the most important steps on the route to recovery and is necessary to experience if you wish to live a substance-free life once again.

During your detox, it is likely that you will experience a number of side effects. These withdrawal symptoms can include dizziness, fatigue, mood swings, muscle pain and headaches.

Any side effects that you do experience are completely normal and expected, and the team at your rehab will be on hand to guide you throughout. If needed, a doctor can prescribe medication to ease some of the symptoms.

After your detox, it will be time to start the main bulk of your treatment; therapy and counselling. What you participate in will be directly decided by the results of the two earlier assessments, so we cannot at this time detail exactly which treatments you will encounter.

However, some of the most popular and common forms of therapy include:

It is likely that you will not only experience just one of these forms of therapy but instead a mixture of a few methods that work together to offer a more rounded treatment.

You may also experience other forms of treatment such as contingency management, which offers incentives like prizes or money in return for desired behaviour.

When you eventually leave your drug and alcohol rehab in Kington, you won’t be alone. We will stay with you throughout your adjustment period, and even beyond if necessary.

You will be provided with a detailed aftercare plan that will guide you through your new life, and if you do need to get in contact with us again, our free-to-call helpline is available 24/7.


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