If you’re living with a drug or alcohol addiction problem, it’s perfectly normal to be apprehensive about recovery options.
If the concept of rehab is completely new to you, or you have tried and failed at recovery in the past; you may, understandably, feel concerned about your potential to recover.
Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand the intricacies of Addiction and recovery. Most of our team are in recovery themselves so are well-placed to answer any questions that you may have concerning your addiction or the recovery process in general.
There is no judgement here, and we will deal with your call with compassion and confidentiality
Get in touch with us today at Rehab 4 Addiction and we will help you to source the help that you need.
Our number is 0800 140 4690, or you can request a callback through our contact form. All calls are free and completely confidential.
It can be very difficult to recognise addiction in yourself and even more difficult to acknowledge one, even if you know it’s there.
Addiction creates a sense of innate denial within those suffering, which prevents them from identifying the seriousness of their illness.
It’s incredibly important that you are able to acknowledge that you are struggling with an addiction problem, before embarking on your recovery journey.
Number of key signals to look out for when trying to establish whether you need professional help with your addiction. Consider honestly, whether any of the following common signs of addiction are applicable to your life.
If so, it’s highly likely that you need to seek out professional medical help for your addiction; which is a disease that must be treated, like any other.
Is perfectly possible to remain in Madeley to attend drug and alcohol rehab through one of our reputable partner rehab centres.
Whether you are recommended outpatients or residential treatment there will be an option locally to you, which we can refer you to, through a simple process.
Some people prefer to travel away from home to deal with a drug or alcohol addiction for fear of local acquaintances or colleagues finding out.
Whilst there is no shame in attending rehab, the ongoing stigma surrounding drug and alcohol addiction in the UK, can make some people feel shameful about seeking help. In reality, this is the bravest and most positive step that you can take.
Depending on the type of rehab chosen, treatments will vary quite substantially. It’s worth pointing out, however, that if you have an established addiction problem, it’s highly likely that we will recommend residential rehab, given its high success rate.
Residential rehab consists of a personalised treatment program that will seek to address both your mental and physical connections with drugs and alcohol.
You will be assessed by doctors who specialise in the area on admission and then experience a range of treatments as well as support day and night.
The initial part of your treatment program will consist of a medically assisted detox. This will include a gradual reduction of substances to minimise withdrawal symptoms and constant safety monitoring by trained medical professionals.
Attempting the detox process independently comes with many risks, however, this is the safest possible way to gain your sobriety.
One sober he will have the opportunity to fully focus on the next part of your treatment program which will entail treating your mental connection with drugs or alcohol.
This will involve attending a range of modern psychotherapy sessions based on your own personal needs as well as one-to-one counselling from an addiction recovery specialist.
You will re-enter society with a stringent relapse prevention plan in place and full access to aftercare services, which are located conveniently in Madeley, and will help you to maintain your sobriety post-rehab.
It may be difficult to comprehend a life without drugs or alcohol, however, it certainly is possible, regardless of how long you’ve had an addiction problem, to recover and maintain that recovery indefinitely.
However, it is important to realise that addiction is a disease that has no cure and therefore there will be a need to commit your future efforts to maintain a sober life.
Once you have reached sobriety, it will become easier to understand how life without drug or alcohol use is both possible and enjoyable.
Through attendance to regular aftercare sessions and local Madeley-based abstinence services such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, you will be able to maintain your motivation and your newfound control.
At Rehab 4 Addiction we provide a range of services including advice support and referral to one of our reputable drug and alcohol addiction treatment centres.
Through a short assessment process, we will be able to determine the severity of your onus and therefore make our recommendations about treatments based on that knowledge.
The referral process is fast and efficient with no need for lengthy waiting lists and no need for GP referrals. When you’re ready, we will assess your needs and point you in the right direction with our pre-admission process.
In some cases, you’ll be able to begin your treatment within days. No matter whether you choose to stay local to Madeley or recover elsewhere we can help you on the path to your recovery today.
Pick up the phone and speak to us here at Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690, or request a callback through our contact form. All calls are free and completely confidential.