Rehab 4 Addiction

Do you or a loved one seek drug or alcohol rehabilitation services in the Northampton area?

Fortunately, Northampton is not without its fair share of drug and alcohol treatment centres. In fact, Northampton is home to some of the United Kingdom’s addiction treatment centres.

You will receive a detox followed by a highly structured regime of therapy and counselling sessions. This helps you build a solid mental foundation that supports the required lifelong recovery process.

Modern rehabs in Northampton offer evidence-based treatments. Medicated detox follows NICE Guidelines. These treatments include cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy and modern psychotherapy.

About treatment options available in Northampton

Northampton offers a myriad of professional treatment programmes for drug and alcohol addiction. This varies between private and NHS treatment facilitators.

The last decade has seen a dramatic decrease in the amount of Government funding available to drug and alcohol addicts and so the vast majority of treatment providers are entirely private.

This means you are able to gain access to a treatment programme without undue delay, but the cost associated with private treatment is prohibitive for many ordinary working people.

This is where Rehab 4 Addiction is able to help your plight. When you make contact with Rehab 4 Addiction our knowledgeable counsellors advise you on drug or alcohol treatment available in the Northampton area.

Rehab 4 Addiction offers drug and alcohol rehab in the East Midlands, including Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Rutland and Lincolnshire.

Effective treatment options in Northampton

One potential form of treatment in the Northampton area is residential rehabilitation treatment. This form of treatment is unique in that patients are required to leave their homes and live within the treatment centre for around two weeks to a month.

During this period patients receive 24/7 medical attention from a team of highly qualified professionals. Alternative forms of treatment include home-based and outpatient options.

For some, Rehab 4 Addiction may recommend a residential rehabilitation programme for your drug or alcohol addiction.  This is where home-based or outpatient treatment may carry risks.

Here you will be armed with the necessary mental strength to fend off drug and alcohol cravings once you return to your normal life following the conclusion of your treatment programme.

Once you begin your residential treatment programme you must be willing to undergo a detox programme. Fortunately, a number of prescription drugs allow withdrawing from drugs or alcohol whilst minimising withdrawal symptoms.

Once detox is complete you will then attend a number of therapy sessions.

These sessions are designed to address the mental component of drug and alcohol addiction. Therapies take the form of holistic therapies, cognitive behavioural therapy, psychotherapy and 12-step work.

Once rehabilitation concludes you also receive aftercare sessions. This ensures your recovery is not short-lived. Rehab centres typically offer around twelve months’ worth of aftercare sessions.

You are usually required to travel to the rehab centre during the weekend in order to receive aftercare treatment.

Contact Rehab 4 Addiction without delay

Get your Northampton based drug or alcohol treatment off to a winning start by calling Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Alternatively, contact us through the website and a member of our team will respond to you shortly.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Northamptonshire, including Northampton, Corby, KetteringWellingborough and Towcester.

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