Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Lutterworth

Do you live in Lutterworth and are currently struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction? Are you looking for professional help so that you can reach long-term sobriety? If so, Rehab 4 Addiction can help you.

With a wide variety of treatment programmes available, our team can help you heal both your physical and psychological health.

By committing to residential treatment for an average of 28 days you can begin to take back control and live a healthier, happier life.

Have you struggled with addiction for a while? Have you considered treatment but always talk yourself out of it? Are you struggling with your mental health due to substance abuse? Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Our team can offer confidential, judgement-free advice at all times making sure you are fully informed of all the options available to you.

Each day can feel like a monumental battle when you have an addiction. We do not want you to feel like this anymore and ask that you get in touch with us as soon as possible.

Don’t let your addiction worsen, access the care and compassion you deserve today.

What treatments are on offer at rehab?

Residential clinics typically consist of detox and therapy programmes. Most clients have to take part in detox programmes to allow their body to adjust to life without the substance it craves.

Detoxing can be difficult, but it allows your body to rid itself of toxins and begin to heal in a controlled environment.

Medical staff are on hand at all times to manage your progress and can even prescribe medication if it is needed.

Medication is often used to ease withdrawal symptoms that present themselves as a result of detoxing. These symptoms can range from mild to severe therefore we do not recommend trying to detox at home.

Detoxing usually takes around two weeks if you are facing a severe addiction. The minimum timeframe for a detox programme is usually around ten days though this depends on your addiction.

Once you have completed a detox programme, you can begin therapy. Your chosen clinic in Lutterworth will be able to offer you a variety of therapies, from traditional to modern.

Some examples of the therapies on offer include cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy, and family therapy.

Holistic therapies such as yoga and meditation are also encouraged as they can significantly increase your chances of long-term sobriety.

Why should I call Rehab 4 Addiction?

One of the biggest aspects of addiction is denial. Many people refuse professional help because they believe that their addiction isn’t severe.

Because of this shame and avoidance, they are allowing their addiction to worsen, putting further pressure on their physical and mental health.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we know that asking for help can be hard. Many of our helpline advisers are also in long-term recovery and have experienced rehab first-hand.

Sadly, there is a stigma attached to addiction which makes many people feel ashamed about speaking out.

However, most clients often wish they’d contacted us earlier due to the high levels of support our team can offer.

We promise to treat you with compassion and care at all times from the minute we answer your call.

The first step in any journey to recovery is to commit. Once you are ready to leave behind your addiction, call our team on 0800 140 4690.

From this, we can begin conducting your pre-admission assessment.

This assessment takes place during your telephone call with one of our advisers and can help us better understand your relationship with drugs and alcohol, your budget for treatment, and your goals whilst in rehab.

Once your assessment is complete, we can present you with a handpicked selection of rehab clinics and treatment programmes that we believe suit your criteria.

We understand that private treatment isn’t the cheapest option but there is no waiting list for services. This means you can be admitted to a local treatment centre a lot faster than if you were to access public treatment.

NHS treatment, or treatment offered by charities, can be very beneficial to the right individual but if you are struggling with a severe addiction, residential rehab is your best option.

This form of treatment has been proven time and time again to be the most effective and can help you reach sobriety quickly if you are willing to commit to rehab and all that it offers.

Choosing the right rehab clinic is very important, if the right treatment centre isn’t selected it can cause drawbacks in your recovery journey and even relapses.

Allow us to take the stress out of selecting the right clinic and call Rehab 4 Addiction today. Since 2012 we have ensured that all of our clients are provided with the most appropriate clinic that suits their recovery needs.

The importance of aftercare

You will be supported by your clinic in Lutterworth for up to twelve months from the day your treatment ends.

The first year of sobriety is very important as you have to put into place the skills and values learned during your time in treatment.

Before your treatment ends, you will be expected to work with support workers to create a relapse prevention plan that will help you should any problems arise.

Whilst you will be expected to take responsibility, your clinic will help you every step of the way. Rehab 4 Addiction can also help you should you need our support.

Our phone line operates 24 hours a day, meaning you can call our team any time or if you would prefer, you can speak to us on live chat.

You will also be placed into contact with local support groups in Lutterworth such as Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous.

These groups can help you create support networks with local peers who are also in recovery. Supporting each other in recovery can significantly reduce the chances of relapsing.

If you are ready for rehab, call our compassionate team today who can help kickstart your journey to sobriety.


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