Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you considering undertaking a drug or alcohol detox in Morley? If so, we are here to help.

We are Rehab 4 Addiction. Founded to assist those involved in substance misuse, we offer a wide range of services and help you find the treatment you need.

Over the last 5 years, we have supported thousands of people in drug and alcohol rehab across the country, many of which now live their lives without drugs and alcohol, and now we can help you.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

There is no shame

If you are feeling shame or embarrassment for being here, trust us when we say there is no need. Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we treat everyone as human, we understand the complexities of life and how they can lead to drug or alcohol abuse.

Although it may feel like it, seeking help is not something to be ashamed of, in fact, it is an act of bravery. By reading this you are one step closer to recovery, and we think that’s great.

We hope you’ll let us help the rest of the way.

Why seek out our help?

We know that quitting drugs or alcohol alone can be a difficult and lonely process. Many try and don’t succeed, in fact only around 12.5% of people are able to quit drink or drugs unassisted.

This leaves many people in difficult situations, wanting to quit but being unable to, and sometimes falling deeper into drug and alcohol abuse as a result. Regrettably, many of these people end up dying at the hands of this addiction to drugs or alcohol.

One answer is though many succeed in stopping the habit of drinking or using drugs for a while, they do not address the underlying reasons of why it became a habit in the first place. Therefore, even if a person experiences a period of time when they do not take drugs or drink, a relapse is likely on the horizon if the original causes of the initial addiction remain.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we recognize that these underlying causes are not the same for everyone, so we spend time getting to know you and what led you here, in order to tailor your treatment to you.

We have experience not just with other patients dealing with drug or alcohol abuse, but also dealing with it ourselves. Many of our own medical staff and therapists have been addicted to substances in the past, and we know what you are going through. This only makes us more equipped to assist you on your journey to a better life.

What are your options?

If you do decide to come to Rehab 4 Addiction for help, you have made a brave first step. But what are your options when you do so?

Residential treatment is one form we offer. Here, you are removed from the ‘using environment’ you are familiar with whilst you receive treatment, which aids recovery by eliminating the possible triggers of the environment that led you to drug and alcohol abuse.

Another option is ‘home detox’ or outpatient treatments. These are best for people who have the self-discipline to succeed with the treatment without 24/7 support from our team.

Each treatment will have advantages and disadvantages, and whilst we almost always recommend residential treatment due to the constant professional support, we are on hand to help you decide which options you prefer.

The treatment

When you contact us, we first carry out an assessment by phone. This assessment is free and simply allows us to understand you as a patient more clearly.

We look at information such as the duration of your addiction, the severity of the drug or alcohol abuse, and the possible existence of any underlying health conditions or mental health issues you may be suffering from.

After this initial call and admittance into our rehab facility, you will meet our team of therapists and highly-trained medical staff who will be on hand to show you around.

You will also meet with a doctor, who will perform a secondary exam on your physical and psychological health.

What we learn from these two assessments helps us discover what the best forms of treatment for you will be.

You may receive a prescription for medication to ease the withdrawal symptoms you will most likely be experiencing. This is the detox part of the treatment, and it is an essential process that flushes your system of toxins.

This will undoubtedly be a difficult period of time for you, but detoxification is the first step towards a normal life, and the Rehab 4 Addiction team will be there to help you through this tough stage.

The treatment, which will vary from patient to patient, will continue until you are well enough to leave our care. When this happens, it will become your responsibility to care for yourself again. Though this may seem daunting at first, we assure you that in our care you learn all the vital information and techniques necessary for heading back into the world.

We also have a 24/7 support line available for those who have left our care.

Our help and treatment could save your life. And we hope you make the call to embark on your personal journey to create a better one.

We look forward to helping you through this challenging time.

To learn more about Rehab 4 Addiction, access treatment in Morley and across West Yorkshire, contact us today on 0800 140 4690.


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