Rehab 4 Addiction

Do you live in Newham and struggle with drug or alcohol addiction? If you need to attend drug and alcohol rehab in London, know that you are not alone and that help is available by simply contacting us today on 0800 140 4690.

Many people continue to struggle with addiction because they are scared to reach out for help. Others may resist the idea that help is needed due to denial.

These problems are compounded by the fact that the Government has significantly reduced the amount of public funding available to charities and other public services that traditionally offered addiction treatment.

The need to get help before it’s too late

Since addiction is a progressive disorder, simply hoping your addiction will ‘go away’ will not make your situation any better. In fact, ‘doing nothing’ will only ensure your situation will progressively get worse.

Across the United Kingdom, tens of thousands of people’s lives are ruined at the hands of drug and alcohol addiction simply because treatment is not sought. In fact, around fifty thousand lives are lost each year due to alcoholism or drug overdose.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we urge you to avoid this fate by contacting us today on 0800 140 4690. You should not wait until your addiction has ruined your life before you decide to seek out help.

Whilst there exists no ‘cure’ for drug or alcohol addiction, your condition may be arrested through abstinence.

How we can help in Newham

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we assist you in selecting the most appropriate treatment provider in Newham so that you may begin to live your life without drugs or alcohol, and thereby arresting your addiction before it ruins your life.

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, we carry out an important telephone assessment so that we can assess your addiction. We then match treatment providers in Newham that we feel are suited to assisting you with your recovery.

Types of treatment available in Newham

Treatment options available in Newham are offered on an outpatient or inpatient basis, or a combination of the two. If you require a medically assisted detox programme, you will generally begin your treatment by remaining within a residential clinic for at least seven days.

Following this period, you may decide to undergo an extended rehabilitation programme on a residential basis, or alternatively, to continue therapy sessions on an outpatient basis.

Giving you the tools to live life without substances

The therapy you will receive during your inpatient or outpatient treatment programme helps you identify the underlying emotional causes of your addiction to drugs or alcohol.

You will be given the tools to understand and cope with these issues without trying to cover them up with substance misuse.

You will also be taught a number of practical strategies that help you avoid relapse. Avoiding relapse is an essential element of long-term ‘sober living’.

The dangers of not seeking out help

If you attempt to give up alcohol or drugs alone, you will likely struggle. Why? Because addiction causes powerful cravings and even withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to ‘get clean’.

This commonly results in early relapse. Studies indicate that less than ten per cent of people who suffer from addiction manage to achieve their recovery goals without the benefit of professional intervention and help.

When you attend a structured recovery programme in Newham, your chances of achieving your long-term recovery goals are significantly improved.

This is because you will benefit from proven therapy and counselling techniques that were specifically designed to assist those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction.

You will also be surrounded by others who also embrace ‘sober living’. Peer support is a highly effective technique to help you achieve your long-term recovery goals in Newham.

The case in favour of residential treatment

If you choose to attend a drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation clinic in Newham, you remove yourself away from your ‘using’ or drinking environment. This means you will not be blighted by temptation and bad influences whilst you detoxify and rehabilitate.

Instead, you will be surrounded by supportive peers and professionals who will help establish sober and drug/alcohol-free habits.

During your initial detox programme, you will address the physical aspect of your addiction to drugs and alcohol. This involves taking medication to help you alleviate withdrawal symptoms.

These medications will also treat psychological cravings you experience when you withdraw from your substance of choice. Over the course of your detoxification, your physical dependency on drugs or alcohol will slowly but surely begin to subside.

Following the completion of your detoxification programme, you will then begin to benefit from therapy sessions that seek to treat the psychological component of drug or alcohol addiction.

Therapy sessions are conducted in groups or on a ‘one to one’ basis. You will benefit from traditional ‘talking therapies’ and a number of holistic/complementary therapies.

You will develop self-confidence and self-esteem so you may take your life in new directions that do not involve drug or alcohol abuse.

In Newham, residential rehab typically requires twenty-eight days in order to complete. You may attend shorter programmes, but this is generally only advisable if you have attended a treatment programme in the past.

Some may require up to six months in a residential facility, particularly if severe mental health issues are flagged up during the pre-admission assessment.

Following the completion of residential rehab, you will also benefit from aftercare follow-up and sessions. Aftercare sessions help you stay sober once you have initially begun your recovery.  Locations we serve in London include WandsworthMertonHarrowSouthwarkLewishamGreenwichHounslowLambethCroydonEnfieldEalingIslingtonHaveringCamdenWestminsterHillingdonRedbridgeHackneyNewhamBromleyBarnetChelsea and KensingtonKingston-Upon-Thames, and Notting Hill.

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