Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Middlewich

Reaching out for professional help should not be a source of shame.

If you are struggling with substance misuse issues, recognising that you have a problem and reaching out for help is the best thing to do.

Substance abuse can have major effects on an individual as well as on society as a whole. Not only can it cause your relationships and career to fall apart but can also destroy both your physical and mental health.

Addiction can also have more fatal effects and was responsible for nearly 5,000 deaths in England and Wales during the year 2020.

Rehab can be challenging but it is your safest and best chance of recovering successfully. By seeking professional help, you can work with trained medical staff who specialise in addiction recovery.

Residential rehab is considered the most effective way of treating addiction and has helped thousands of people across the UK overcome their substance abuse issues.

Why should I enter a residential facility?

Once you have admitted your problem with drugs and alcohol, the next step is to consider where you are going to receive treatment.

Some people rush into the first treatment centre they find which isn’t always a good idea.

To find success in recovery, you must enter the most suitable treatment programme.

Fortunately, Rehab 4 Addiction can help you and take some of the weight off your shoulders. Whilst the idea of recovering alone may sound enticing, it can have further damage to your health.

Going ‘cold turkey’ and stopping your consumption of drugs can cause your body to go into shock, with permanent effects. Even undergoing a detox with community support can place you at risk, especially if your addiction is severe.

Whilst outpatient treatment can be very advantageous to some people it is in your best interest to choose the treatment you will benefit from the most.

We will support you during this time and can help refer you to a local facility in the Middlewich area.

Entering a residential facility can ensure your wellbeing is made a priority at all times. It allows you to leave behind distractions and triggers in favour of luxury and serenity.

Staff are on hand at all times to make sure you are transitioning into your tailored programme well and can offer medication during the detox programme if it is needed.

Because of this, residential treatment boasts far greater benefits than attempting to recover at home.

What happens in rehab?

Clinics in the Middlewich area will vary in the types of treatment they provide.

Some clinics focus on more spiritual and holistic practices whereas some prefer more traditional methods of addiction treatment and therapy.

However, one thing private clinics have in common is that they offer a safe and neutral space for all clients to detox and recover.

Treatment programmes are tailored to all clients to offer maximum chances of success. This is a huge benefit to private treatment and is very rarely offered from public treatment like that of the NHS.

When you enter your chosen facility, you will be assessed by staff to determine your current physical and psychological state.

This allows them to cater your treatment programme directly to your requirements.

From this, you will be expected to complete a detox programme to remove all toxins from the body. This is the safest method to reduce consumption and is very effective for almost all clients.

This programme can be very unpleasant, but it is important to remind yourself it is temporary and can be managed. Staff will be on hand 24/7 to manage any withdrawal symptoms that appear.

After you have completed this programme you will be able to begin therapy. There is a wide range of therapies on offer at residential rehab such as:

Workshops are also on offer to help you develop crucial skills and knowledge that will help you upon your sobriety journey.

What are relapse prevention skills and aftercare?

Aftercare is a continued part of your programme that carries on when you return home.

It ensures you are supported during your first twelve months of sobriety through weekly therapy sessions and meetings with staff from your clinic.

During your time in treatment, you will also work closely with a support team to create a relapse prevention plan.

This can be useful in challenging times and can allow you to put into place healthy coping mechanisms learnt in rehab as opposed to unsafe old ones.

Aftercare programmes are a benefit to private treatment and like your programme, will be designed exclusively to your needs.

Begin your recovery journey today

If you are ready to take the next step, call Rehab 4 Addiction today. Through a pre-admission assessment, we can help you find the most suitable rehab facility.

Opening up to our team may feel anxiety-inducing as many people with addictions often struggle silently. Although our team are strangers, we can offer professionalism and compassion at all times.

We understand your feelings and offer zero judgement to all clients. During your telephone call with us, we promise to listen and acknowledge how you feel.

Once you begin to share how you feel, it becomes a lot easier. This is also a reason why group therapy is so effective.

It may feel difficult to open up, but we guarantee it becomes easier.

When talking to our team we can determine your budget for treatment, your location, your age, your gender, and a variety of other factors that can influence your recovery.

Attempting to do this alone can be frustrating and exhausting, by calling a referral service like Rehab 4 Addiction you can be on your way to a treatment facility within a matter of days.

Don’t wait for things to worsen, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

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