Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you struggling with addiction problems? Has your life become unmanageable due to a repeating pattern of substance abuse? If the answer is yes, and you’re ready to commit to lasting, positive change, we at Rehab 4 Addiction can help you get the help that you need.

Rehab 4 Addiction is an expert referral service that specialises in finding rehab facilities for those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. We have the ability to refer you to residential treatment facilities all around the country, including here in the Kirkby and across Merseyside.

Perhaps you’re hesitant to commit to rehab, due to various things you might have heard. In the hope of shining more light on the rehab process, and dispelling some myths surrounding it, we have answered some of our most frequently asked questions below.

Do I need to go to rehab?

Understandably, this is a question that a lot of people ask when considering their options to get help for addiction. There is a misconception that, in order to benefit from and be eligible for rehab, a person has to be at a crippling level of addiction or to have completely destroyed their lives through drugs and alcohol.

This is unfortunate, as it may put off those who need help from pursuing it because they feel that their own addictions pale in comparison.

The truth is that rehab can be beneficial to anyone whose relationship with drugs and alcohol has made their lives more difficult – even if the substance is not a constant presence in their lives, and even if you haven’t been abusing substances for that long.

There are a great number of different treatments available throughout the rehab process, and each one could work towards improving your life and allowing you to recover from addictive behaviours.

To discuss with a trained professional whether rehab is the right choice for you, speak to one of our advisors in confidence on PHONE NUMBER.

How do I find the right centre for me?

We know that there is a somewhat overwhelming amount of choice when it comes to recovery. That’s why Rehab 4 Addiction is here to help you choose the right course of action for you.

We just ask that you approach the process with an acknowledgement and acceptance of your addiction and the commitment to real change.

When you’re ready to reach out to us, we will conduct an assessment to determine what kind of treatment will be right for you. This will be dependent on a number of different factors.

For example, we will take into account the severity and length of your addiction, your triggers, and other practical factors such as timeframe and personal finances. Please note that all of this information is held in strict confidence.

Once we have got to know you better as an individual, we will be best placed to recommend and refer you to a treatment facility that has the right kind of services to aid your recovery.

Does rehab have to be residential?

No, not necessarily – a lot of rehab facilities are purely residential, but there also some that only have outpatients, and some who have a mix of both. It is entirely possible that the best course of action for you would be to enrol at an outpatient facility.

Recovery is a complex issue, but broadly speaking, outpatient facilities are usually more suitable for those whose addiction and/or mental health issues are milder, whereas residential rehab is more appropriate for those with symptoms ranging from moderate to severe.

You may not be sure which is right for you – this is something that will be determined during your consultation once you speak to one of our advisors. There are both kinds of rehab available within the Kirkby area, and we will help you decide which is appropriate for you.

How long will I be in rehab?

Again, this depends upon your personal factors – rehab and recovery are not one-size-fits-all. If you’re going to be an inpatient at a rehab facility, then you should bear in mind that rehab can last for up to 28 days. This is generally considered enough time to establish new behavioural patterns and to give you the tools you need to stay in recovery going forward.

We understand that this is a big commitment, especially if you have a busy lifestyle or dependents. This is something we will talk about during our free consultation, and we will be completely transparent as to the timeframe and costing of your treatment.

What does rehab actually involve?

When you arrive at your rehab facility, an expert mental health professional will help you to put together a treatment plan that is moulded to your individual needs and recovery goals.

This will include a range of different therapies, which could include group sessions, individual counselling, as well as more holistic activities such as yoga and mindfulness meditation.

The aim is to discover and explore some underlying issues behind your addiction, and the possibility that these issues either contributed to starting the addiction in the first place or are worsening your condition now.

It is of vital importance that you trust the plan, and commit to it from the outset. We understand that the course may include a number of different therapies that you are not familiar with, and perhaps even wary of. This is understandable, but we encourage you to approach these activities with an open mind, and an acceptance of the idea that they may help you.

How do I start the process?

If you’re ready to acknowledge your addiction and embrace real, lasting change, call Rehab 4 Addiction to speak confidentially with an expert advisor. Once we have conducted our assessment, we will help you find the help that you need at a facility within the Kirkby area.

Rehab is a challenging process, but it is one that is absolutely worthwhile. Take the first step today and invest in your future.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

 

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