Rehab 4 Addiction

Battling addiction can be an extremely painful and lonely experience. Although we may be able to struggle in addiction for a while, even years, there comes a time when we have to face up to addiction and commit to resolving the issues underneath it.

Although it may be a daunting step to take, there is no better place to do this than in a rehab facility, where you can access multiple recovery services under the same roof.

When you do find yourself seriously considering the idea of rehab, there are still a number of practicalities to consider. For example, you might be wondering how much rehab would cost, how long you would need to stay in the facility.

That’s why organisations like ours exist – to help you get more clarity, understand the process better, and whenever you’re ready, refer you to a rehab facility that is right for you.

Rehab 4 Addiction is a referral service that works with rehab facilities all over the country, including here in Market Harborough in Leicestershire. Everyone experiences addiction differently, and every rehab centre will have a slightly different emphasis on different kinds of treatment.

That’s why it’s best to have someone on your side who has in-depth knowledge of recovery and can help you to make the right decision on where you go for rehab.

When you’re ready to acknowledge your addiction and commit to recovery, please call us on 0800 140 4690 to speak with a trained Rehab 4 Addiction consultant.

We will be happy to answer any questions you might have and, whenever you’re ready, we can begin an initial assessment in order to better identify your particular needs and goals for recovery.

Recovery – a personal journey

As all human beings are unique, so too are the specific aspects of their addiction. If we consider two individuals who suffer from alcoholism, we can be sure that they will have started drinking problematically for different reasons, at different times in their lives, and that it will have impacted their lives in different ways.

Taking this into consideration, it makes sense that perfect sense that rehab is a highly personalised process, every step of the way.

This is the purpose of our initial phone assessment with you – to identify the specific characteristic of your addiction, and to get to know you better as an individual. This might include some questions about when your addiction started to take hold, what impact it has had on your personal life, and what your current circumstances are.

We understand that you might be hesitant to talk to a stranger about such personal matters, but please be assured that any information you give us will be treated with complete confidence. Once we have a clearer picture of your situation, we can refer you to an appropriate facility within the Market Harborough area.

This personalised approach is something that will carry on in rehab, too. One of the first things you will do is sit down with one of the on-site professionals and put together a specific treatment plan that is centred around you.

This may involve a number of different therapies and activities, all of which are designed to give you the best possible chance of recovery. Similarly, as you come to the end of your time at the rehab, you and a professional will draw up a detailed plan to give you the best possible chance of staying in recovery once you leave.

This might include avoiding certain situations and persons that might jeopardise your ongoing recovery. Although some of these choices might be tough, be mindful of how important staying in recovery is.

Attending rehab locally in Market Harborough

We offer rehab placements in locations around Market Harborough and the surrounding areas. We find that most of our service users prefer to stay close to home when recovering. There are a number of reasons for this, including proximity to their support network, and being comforted by familiar surroundings.

Staying local could also potentially give you the opportunity to attend rehab as an outpatient, staying at home and travelling to the rehab centre by day. This is something that will only be recommended where appropriate.

If you are suffering from a toxic set of circumstances at home, such as antisocial neighbours or a toxic or abusive partner, it is likely that a residential rehab would be a better fit for you.

There are many advantages to being a resident in the facility – it can provide respite from chaotic home life, and you wouldn’t have to worry about missing or being late for a session since travel would not be a consideration. This is one of the issues that will be discussed during your initial telephone assessment.

The cost of rehab

Another factor to take into consideration is your personal budget, as we currently only refer to private rehab facilities. We understand that this can be a concern, especially as addiction can often have a negative effect on one’s personal finances.

Our advisors will be able to give you full clarity on what the cost of treatment would be, how long it will take, and any finance options that you might have available.

Despite the image often portrayed on reality TV, rehab is not something that is reserved for the wealthy and celebrities. Rehab is affordable and helps millions of regular people recover from addiction year in, year out.

When you weigh up the cost of rehab against the cost and misery of further years or decades of addiction, it becomes obvious that rehab is very much a worthwhile investment.

Get help in Market Harborough today

If you’ve reached a headspace where you’re ready to accept and acknowledge your addiction, you are ready to take the first steps into recovery. Call Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690 to speak to a friendly, trained advisor. When you’re ready, we can begin your assessment and get you the help that you need as soon as possible.

We understand that you may be in a lot of pain at the moment. Many of us have experienced addiction first-hand, and we know those feelings all too well.

Please be assured that recovery is always possible, and that you can get the help that you need. We’re here to help you with the practicalities of starting your journey towards a new life, free from substance abuse.


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