Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Newbiggin by the Sea

Are you seeing a problem with your alcohol or drug consumption? Has your consumption begun to increase or vary throughout the day? Are friends or family commenting on your behaviours? Are you still struggling to admit that it’s becoming a problem?

It’s oftentimes hard to come to terms with the fact an addiction may be present. Whether that’s yourself or a family member. Denial can be a coping mechanism for many, leading to avoidance behaviours and isolation.

Suppressing the severity of addiction can be detrimental in many ways, blurring the reality you’re living in. Although it may seem you are protecting your loved ones through denial, to either avoid judgement or maintain self-value, it becomes more harmful further down the line.

Addiction doesn’t just affect you physically but also mentally and spiralling into a state of dependence can bring out harmful behaviours that affect not just yourself but those around you. At Rehab 4 Addiction in Newbiggin by the Sea, we understand the importance of acceptance.

Owning up to addiction and having the courage to reach out for professional help is one of the biggest steps you can take. And your next step is full commitment.

By committing to our drug & alcohol rehab in Newbiggin by the Sea, you are not only looking for a brighter future in yourself but able to repair any damaged relationships from your past.

Our drug & alcohol rehab is here to help you lead a different life, to bring you back to where you should be and help you see a brighter future without dependency.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we understand you may have reservations when it comes to entering rehabilitation and that’s why we aim to make the process as simple and smooth as possible. Our initial assessments are taken over the phone, any time of day, so that you can reach out to us exactly when you’re ready to.

Our friendly staff are there to get to know you, to understand your addiction and to tailor a rehabilitation programme to your individual needs.

Understanding denial and reaching acceptance

Denial is a very common emotion that is experienced not only in addiction but in multiple mental health problems. As mentioned previously, it is used as a coping mechanism to adapt to reality and present yourself in a way you want to be seen by others.

Oftentimes you may feel embarrassed or nervous to speak up about your problem through fear of judgment, shame or abandonment.

Rehab 4 Addiction recognises this, and we understand it can be challenging at times, but we want you to know we’re here for you, to help you get through it and we have no judgments about how you got to where you are.

We only want the best for you, and only through accepting your problem can you create a real change.

Overcoming denial can be tricky at times but taking a look at your problem with a fine-tooth comb can really bring to light how drugs or alcohol may be affecting you.

You may find yourself blaming others for your consumption, such as a bad day at work. Concealing usages such as drinking alone or hiding cans.

Defensiveness can become prevalent by defending your actions as a choice. Dismissing conversations about consumption is also another major indicator of denial. But a false agreement to make a change can be the most hurtful to those around you.

By understanding how drugs or alcohol is affecting your behaviour and therefore your life, you can begin to accept that an addiction is present. Once you have accepted you are ready to visit our drug & alcohol rehab in Newbiggin by the Sea and finally make a change in your life.

All we need from you is commitment.

Committing to our drug & alcohol rehab in Newbiggin by the Sea

Once you’re in the mindset for change and ready to commit to lifelong recovery, our friendly team are here to welcome you.

With inpatient and outpatient options, we offer a wide range of therapies to get you on the pathway to recovery.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, you’ll be in safe hands and will experience a comfortable transition into residential rehab. We’re committed to a handheld approach so you can feel secure in your journey from detox to discharge.

You’ll have a number of treatment options available to you and guidance on the best treatments suited to your needs.

Your family members can experience the journey with you and add to the support you’ll need to make your changes permanent. You’ll be offered a range of aftercare options and we’ll give you the tools you need to continue your journey alone.

Through group support sessions you can build relationships with others suffering from similar problems, who understand what you’re really going through and who can motivate you to keep going post-rehab.

A number of our patients have praised these sessions as a way to create a stronger support network after your inpatient journey.

We’re here to get you to a better state of mind and not just to remove the drug from your body. We’ll give you the support you need to work on yourself, overcome the habit both physically and emotionally, and improve your overall quality of life.

Personalised service for all

At Rehab 4 Addiction in Newbiggin by the Sea we know that addiction is different for everyone. In turn, so is recovery.

That’s why we tailor our treatment programmes to every individual that walks through our doors. We do this by offering the widest selection of treatment options possible. Understanding your needs and preferences helps us to tailor a plan specific to you.

Why not give us a call today on 0800 140 4690? We’ll take just five minutes of your time to get to know you. Let us know how your addiction is affecting you and those around you, and your treatment preferences.

Then we’ll get to work on creating smooth and personalised treatment programmes just for you.

We’re available to chat around the clock, any hour of the day. Our friendly staff are here to answer any of your questions and get you on a pathway to recovery as soon as possible.


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