Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you from the Newcastle-under-Lyme area and are struggling with your addiction? At Rehab 4 Addiction we can offer you free and confidential advice by getting in touch with us on 0800 140 4690.  We offer help and support across the Shropshire area, offering drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

If you are suffering from painful withdrawals from substances such as drugs or alcohol this could be an obvious sign that you need immediate help.

By choosing to find a rehab clinic in the Newcastle-under-Lyme area you can begin taking worthwhile steps to eliminate your substance misuse. You can also expect to receive immediate support through specially selected treatment programmes, all accessible in your local area.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we know the importance of attending rehab and have seen excellent success rates in many of our clients. Clients who succeed the most are ones who are dedicated to recovery and are committed to seeing change.

We offer high-quality treatments across the UK and can help you find support in the Newcastle-under-Lyme area. Our staff are on standby waiting to receive your call. We can offer you a friendly chat and free advice whilst remaining confidential and professional at all times.

What treatment is on offer in Newcastle-under-Lyme?

Whilst the NHS does offer free services in relation to drug and alcohol addiction it is worth noting that these services are limited and often accompanied by long waiting lists.

For clients with a limited dependence, these free services may be beneficial in producing positive results. However, for those with deep addictions, it can hinder progress and recovery.

We encourage residential rehabilitation for those with moderate to severe addictions, so we can work alongside you in your recovery. We can monitor you closely and can offer invaluable care. Some people are put off from the financial aspect of this course of treatment, but there really is no better way of receiving help.

If you are worried about the prices of treatment our staff can help break down ways of accessing support that may not be as expensive as you think. Residential care can provide you with the support and routine you need as meals are provided for in addition to laundry services.

We encourage sleep schedules and offer various types of treatment alongside your addiction support. Many clients have enjoyed creativity-based treatments such as art and music therapy as well as acupuncture and meditation.

By speaking to our team, we can determine the most successful route for you. This could be outpatient treatment or a residential stay in one of our clinics.

We can help to determine this after speaking to you personally and assessing the severity of your addiction. We listen closely and take your aims into consideration, helping you find the best facility.

It’s also important not to ignore the psychological aspects of addiction. Many clients feel like they’re struggling due to years of undiagnosed mental health issues that can arise with the abuse of substances.

We believe it is crucial to acknowledge this and work closely with you in proven and recommended psychologically driven treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy, one-to-one or group therapy, family therapy, and also coping mechanism support sessions.

We want you to look after your mind as well as your body and believe these sessions are truly invaluable.

What is detoxing?

If you’ve suffered from withdrawal symptoms before, chances are your body has been going through a detox. When a person abruptly stops giving their body the substance that it so heavily relies on, the brain begins to adjust to the sudden drop in chemicals. This can result in unpleasant symptoms, but we aim to manage this as best as possible for you.

In order to continue on your treatment programme, you must first enter a detox stage. This is the process where all traces of alcohol and drugs are removed entirely from a person’s body.

We aim to minimise the impact of withdrawal and by detoxing in a monitored setting you are overseen by medical professionals who have the ability to prescribe medical help if needed.

Attempting to detox alone is rarely successful and can result in you experiencing painful withdrawal symptoms for no reason, as many become demotivated and crave the dependant substance again.

By detoxing in a professional facility, you are far more likely to succeed and only have to experience withdrawal for this duration, instead of again and again.

The importance of consistency

If long-term recovery is your goal, then it is extremely important you receive the treatment you need. If you find yourself distracted, then it is likely your commitment will waver and the temptation of drugs and alcohol increase.

We don’t want this to happen therefore we usually offer a stay of up to 28 days. This can ensure that during the month-long stay you are consistently exposed to recovery programmes and have the time and resources to really set yourself on the road to a healthy recovery.

If you are dedicated to seeing positive results you should consider immediate admission to a residential clinic. However, when it comes to addiction recovery there are no quick treatments.

Treatment requires your effort and determination. There may be bumps in the road but that’s why Rehab 4 Addiction is at your side. If you are constantly reminded of your goals for recovery, we can expect to see you committed.

By maintaining a steady pace on your journey to long-term sobriety you can finish treatment sooner as opposed to later.

We want to provide you with realistic expectations and by speaking to one of our helpline advisors you can discuss your wants and needs. Our staff speak to many people each day so don’t let feelings of shame and confusion cloud your need to seek help. You’ve made it this far, don’t turn back!

We know that, for a person struggling with addiction, a future free of substances can be scary but taking that initial step can see you one step closer to a happier and brighter future, free from the throes of addiction.

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

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