Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Mildenhall

Are you currently living in the Mildenhall area? Are you struggling with an addiction? Are you looking for professional support so that you can overcome your addiction?

If so, the team at Rehab 4 Addiction can help. Living with an addiction to drugs or alcohol can strain every aspect of your life.

Our team are here to help you get back on track and begin a new chapter.

We can help you find the best treatment programmes in the Mildenhall area that are catered to your every need. If you are ready to commit to treatment, call our team today on 0800 140 4690.

We understand that you may feel embarrassed to make that first call but many of our team are also in recovery and understand how you are feeling.

We treat every client with empathy and zero judgement so that you can kickstart your recovery in the safest hands.

What happens at rehab?

Rehab differs depending on your treatment options and the duration of your programme. Most clients enter residential rehab for around 28 days.

During your stay, you will be provided with tailored treatment to ensure maximum chances of success. The key to this success is to slowly remove the consumption of drugs or alcohol until it is no longer required.

This is done through a detox programme that is medically overseen by staff. This is a challenging part of treatment, but it is far safer to do in a clinic than at home.

Attempting to detox at home can lead to complications in your physical and mental health. At your chosen clinic, staff can support you at all times and can prescribe medication to manage withdrawal symptoms.

To supplement this, therapy is offered to help you heal the psychological effects of addiction. Many people often ignore the effect of addiction on their mental health, but to us, it is very important.

Many clinics also offer dual diagnosis treatment which means you can be treated for mental health problems and your addiction.

The main aim of rehab is to help you access recovery.

By opting for private treatment, you can gain access to a multitude of benefits including personalised care and treatment programmes that can ensure your success, if you remain committed.

All we ask is that you are invested in rehab and what it can offer so that you can experience the true value of treatment.

If you are ready to leave behind your addiction to drugs and alcohol, contact our team today who will be happy to take your call.

How can Rehab 4 Addiction help me?

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we aim to take a weight off your shoulders during this stressful time. We can do this by referring you to a facility that we believe best suits your requirements.

All we ask is that you phone us on the number provided for us to be able to begin your pre-admission assessment. Here, we will ask you several questions relating to your addiction.

This is not something to worry about, but rather enables us to find treatment programmes that suit your situation.

Answering these questions as honestly as possible will allow us to better determine the kind of treatment you will receive.

Below are some examples of the questions we may ask during your telephone call:

  • What substance are you currently addicted to?
  • How long have you been struggling with substance abuse?
  • Have you tried to seek professional help in the past?
  • Does anyone know that you have an addiction?
  • Where are you wishing to recover?
  • What are your goals for treatment?
  • Are you currently working?
  • Are you committed to treatment and recovery?

Once we have a better understanding of your addiction, we can refer you to a clinic that has the tools and facilities needed to help you recover.

The thought of an assessment may sound scary, but our team are full of friendly staff who can make this process as easy as possible.

What can I do if I don’t want to attend rehab in Mildenhall?

Although many clients wish to recover within their local area, it is not uncommon to want to move further afield.

The home environment and local area can be a great source of anxiety for many people and can trigger individuals who are attempting to recover from addiction.

Sometimes there are social and emotional ties to an area that make it incredibly difficult for a person to recover successfully.

Whilst we to advocate for localised recovery, this isn’t always an option for everybody. Our team promise to listen and can find you a rehab clinic within a location of your choice.

If you wish to attend a rehab clinic further afield, we can always cater to your needs.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we can create a referral for you to access treatment anywhere in the UK and even abroad.

Kickstart your recovery today

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand that taking the first step can be difficult. Admitting that you have a problem with drugs and alcohol can be one of the hardest things to do.

For a long time, you may have been able to function without thinking you require professional help. However, this isn’t healthy and can cause your addiction to spiral further.

By opting for professional treatment, life can begin to get easier. You won’t need to hide anything or keep secrets from friends or loved ones.

Attending residential rehab can help you to free your body of drugs and alcohol. You can also gain access to leading therapies to help your mind heal.

Rehab can help you shape a different future for yourself, so why wait? Make that life-changing call today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in an enquiry form.

Alternatively, you can speak to a member of our team via the live chat function located on our website. Don’t let addiction rule your life, speak out today.

 

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