Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Lees

Within Greater Manchester, there is an increase in drug and alcohol addictions.

According to Public Health England, there is a higher rate of alcohol-related deaths than the national average.

If you are worried about yourself or a loved one, contact Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690. We can help you access private treatment and see you into rehab as soon as possible.

If you are struggling with addiction it will only get worse until you seek professional help. If left untreated addiction can have irreversible effects on both your body and mind and can even cause death.

If you are looking for local treatment in Lees or further away, we can help.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we can take the hardship out of looking for a rehab clinic and do it for you, only providing you with the best quality clinics suited to your needs.

What are the differences between residential and outpatient treatment?

It can be very overwhelming when considering seeking professional help for addiction.

A quick google search for rehab in your local area can present hundreds of rehab clinics with some promising quick results and others cheap fees.

For some people, this is enough to put them off searching further.

By calling our team we can use your information and find a rehab clinic best suited to your requirements such as budget and location.

When you call us, we will conduct a short assessment to access information such as the severity of your addiction, your budget for treatment, and your medical history.

All of these things can help us find the perfect clinic for you.

Residential treatment is considered the most effective form of treatment for addiction.

This is because it distances you from your everyday life including the triggers and distractions that come with it.

This form of rehab can allow you to focus solely on yourself and your recovery.

Residential rehab is also far more intense and provides stability and routine, something most clients find very beneficial.

From detox programmes to group therapy everything is housed under one roof including provided meals and laundry making private treatment an excellent option.

Some people, however, will prefer to seek treatment from their own homes and visit daily clinics instead.

This is known as outpatient treatment and is only recommended for those with mild addictions.

Outpatient treatment is a more relaxed approach to addiction treatment and requires a significant amount of willpower and trust in yourself.

Whatever your decision, at Rehab 4 Addiction we promise to support you every step of the way.

What causes drug and alcohol addiction?

Most people struggling with substance abuse issues begin to consume drugs and alcohol without ever thinking it will become a problem.

The most common causes of addiction are stress, trauma, mental health disorders, genetics, and social influences.

Whilst substance abuse and substance addiction are different, the former can very quickly turn into the latter.

Addiction is a habitual behaviour which most people don’t set out to become involved in. Many people use drugs and alcohol as a coping mechanism for difficulties in life.

There is usually not just one thing that causes addiction, but rather a complicated mix of factors that cause a person to become addicted.

What causes addiction for one person will be completely different for someone else.

Addiction is a way of self-medicating for many people and helps them deal with emotional or physical pain as well as past traumas.

This includes things such as depression, childhood trauma, chronic pain, work and family pressure, or post-traumatic stress disorder.

Residential rehabilitation is considered a very effective form of addiction treatment because it relies on understanding.

Staff understand that addiction is multi-faceted and can set out to help you overcome your problems.

They do this by creating personal programmes and allowing you to undergo a medically observed detox. Residential treatment allows you to treat both the body and the mind.

Residential treatment is considered so effective because it takes into consideration the behavioural issues of addiction as well as the psychological and mental aspects.

Contact Rehab 4 Addiction today

To begin your journey to sobriety, call our team today on 0800 140 4690. We can help you find the best treatment programme for your addiction in the Lees area.

We understand that seeking professional help can feel daunting but admitting you have a problem with drugs or alcohol can help you begin a fresh start in your life.

If you are committed and ready to make the first steps in your recovery journey chat to a member of our friendly team today.

We promise to offer free and confidential advice at all times. Many members of our team are also in recovery so know what you may be feeling.

Seek help today and call Rehab 4 Addiction.


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