Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Lymm

Finding the right drug & alcohol rehab in your local area of Lymm can be a difficult task when you’re also dealing with the realisation of a drug or alcohol problem.

With many rehabilitation centres across the country, it can feel overwhelming looking for the right place for you and at a suitable distance from your home life.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we aim to alleviate this added pressure from your addiction recovery by tailoring a suitable rehabilitation programme specific to you and your needs.

We’ll get to know you, what issues have formed as a result of your addiction and let you know the many ways in which we can help you get onto a better path in life.

Whether you’re looking for advice on how to treat your drug or alcohol problem or if you’re ready and committed to full rehabilitation, we’re here to support you!

We work in the Lymm area to get the best treatments for those suffering from substance misuse, abuse or addiction. Rehab 4 Addiction gets to know our patients on a level that makes our services need specific and tailored to you.

What’s the first step?

If you’ve come to the realisation that a drug or alcohol problem is present, it can be daunting for many to reach out. Simply acknowledging your problem is your first step to a steady recovery and for simply being here you should know that you’re on the right path.

You may have noticed that your alcohol consumption has taken over, or that you’ve started drinking at many different times of the day. Maybe your health has declined, or you’ve noticed a dependency on a substance.

Although many often fear being judged, rehabilitation is always the best route to make a big change in your life and you should not be afraid to reach out.

Rehab 4 Addiction in Lymm wants you to know that you are not alone. Our phones are open any time of day so you can give us a call exactly when you feel ready.

No matter the time, if it’s in the afternoon or in the early hours, our friendly staff at our drug & alcohol rehab in Lymm are really just here for you when you need us most.

Our welcoming staff will have a little chat with you about your problems and how they may be affecting your daily life. Then we’ll explain some of the therapy options available and get an understanding of your preferences.

That way, we can tailor drug or alcohol rehabilitation programmes specific to your unique needs and preferences.

Noticing substance abuse in others

Maybe you’ve noticed it in yourself, or maybe you’re beginning to notice it in others around you. At work, in the family or maybe a friend, if someone is showing signs of substance abuse it’s important to take note and offer an intervention to those who may not have noticed for themselves.

There are multiple signs in which substance abuse can show. Has your friend been avoiding conversations over their consumption? Or a family member is unable to fulfil past responsibilities.

The following is a list of behavioural signs and symptoms that may show they are suffering from a substance abuse problem:

  • Showing conflict in relationships,
  • Unexpected mood changes or mood swings,
  • Changing friendship groups frequently,
  • Getting into trouble or picking fights,
  • Consuming more alcohol than usual,
  • Lack of commitment to typical responsibilities,
  • Calling in sick or arriving late to work often,
  • Irrational responses to conversations or situations,
  • Smelling of alcohol on their clothes during the day,
  • Having a lack of personal hygiene or physical appearance,
  • Changes to their complexion.

If you do believe that someone close to you is showing a number of these signs, it may be time to sit them down and have a frank conversation about how they’re feeling.

At Rehab 4 Addiction in Lymm, we can offer advice to those worried about having this conversation as intervention can be a difficult task to pursue.

However, we’re here to offer advice to anyone who wants to look out for a loved one or colleague. Our friendly staff at our drug & alcohol rehab in Lymm are ready around the clock to listen to you whether it’s someone around you that you’re concerned about or if you have noticed these signs in yourself.

We do advise that these types of conversations should always happen at a time where the person in question cannot be under the influence, during the morning for example. Being calm and reassuring are your main aims, to let them know that you’re there to support them and that it’s not an attack.

Be ready for a mixed reaction as people who suffer from substance problems tend to justify their consumption or try to avoid the conversation entirely.

Treatment options available

At our drug & alcohol rehab in Lymm we know how every addiction is different and therefore the recovery process is different for everyone. That’s why we offer so many options when it comes to treatment.

Part of addiction is psychological and getting to the underlying reason for the affliction means getting to know you. We can offer this in numerous ways, from one-to-one counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to group support sessions.

Based on your level of comfort speaking to others, we’ll get in you on a therapy course that suits your needs.

Although it can feel scary at first, group therapy sessions have shown to offer a stronger and long-lasting recovery in many of our patients who opt for this treatment.

Sharing your experience in the presence of others who really know what it’s like to go through a similar experience builds a strong bond between the participants.

This can be really effective for that post-rehabilitation as there is a stronger support network to keep you on track and motivated to lead a healthier lifestyle going forward.

It can also help you build trust and understand the experiences of others around you that may have been affected by your problem since you’ve changed.

There are over a hundred drug & alcohol rehabilitation centres in England alone so that we can reach those in need just when they need it most.

Detoxification and rehabilitation is available to those suffering with all levels of addiction, from substance abuse, misuse to full addiction. We’re here for everyone.

Take the plunge

If you’ve noticed the change in yourself and you’re ready to break away from the shackles of your drug or alcohol problem, Rehab 4 Addiction is here for you.

All you need to do is give us five to ten minutes of your time so we can get a rough understanding of your problems and how they may be affecting you.

Then once we understand your treatment preferences, we can get busy tailoring you a rehabilitation programme to get you on the pathway to recovery. Our friendly staff are just a phone call away on 0800 140 4690.

Drop us a line and we’ll get you on the right path to long-term recovery and completely different lifestyle where you can feel happier and healthier for longer.


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