Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Olney

It can often feel isolating and overwhelming when dealing with a drug or alcohol-related problem alone. Maybe you’ve been worried for some time that your consumption has gotten out of hand or that maybe you have become dependent on the substance of choice.

Understanding addiction is present or that something needs to change in regard to your consumption is the first, most courageous step you will take.

Our drug & alcohol rehab in Olney is here to help you take the next steps.

When it comes to addiction, no matter the severity, Rehab 4 Addiction is here to help people relieve themselves from the struggles and reach a better lifestyle for the better.

We have no judgment on the reasons behind your addiction and can be there for you exactly when you need it.

At our drug & alcohol rehab in Olney, we offer a wide range of treatment options so that we can tailor a plan specific to your needs.

We understand the necessity of detoxification but also acknowledge that this is not where recovery ends.

Substance abuse and addiction are as much psychological as they are physical and that’s why we aim to reach the underlying problems and solve the mental health issues that may coincide with your addiction.

Reaching out for help can be scary but having the knowledge you’re in safe hands with our highly trained professionals can give you the peace of mind you’ll be on the right track for long-lasting recovery from addiction.

Rehab 4 Addiction in Olney can offer the care you need right when you need it most.

The right treatments for you at the right time

Oftentimes it can be difficult what treatment you need and when. Through our assessment process, our drug & alcohol rehab in Olney can help you understand exactly what it is you need to get on the right track at the right time.

There can be an overwhelming amount of information online and you may be wondering where you should go or what steps you need to take. Through our initial assessments, taken over the phone by one of our friendly staff, we can pinpoint exactly what it is you need.

Some detoxes can take longer than others and that’s why we aim to get to know you on a personal level so we can give you the best possible treatment programme.

At our drug & alcohol rehab in Olney we have a wide range of treatments, from detox right through to aftercare. We’ll always tailor a programme to suit your specific needs because we know that addiction is different for everyone, and therefore recovery can also be very different for each patient.

We’ll give you options from inpatient to outpatient treatments but will always recommend residential rehabilitation to secure a long-lasting recovery without fear of relapse in the future.

While it may feel like a big and daunting step to take, oftentimes it is life-changing and can prevent you from drifting back into old habits.

Some outpatient treatments will require you to visit our drug & alcohol rehab by day in order to receive the treatment you need but this can also lead to temptation when not taken completely away from the substance in question. This is why we’ll always recommend residential stays.

Being able to detox and experience withdrawal symptoms means you can get to a better place without being tempted to slip back into old patterns.

At Rehab 4 Addiction in Olney, we also recognise the importance of treating the psychological side of addiction.

With a wide range of talking therapies available, we’ll aim to get to the root of the problem, why it may have started and any underlying mental health conditions present.

Opening up and being ready to face your addiction

Talking therapies are an important step in the process of full rehabilitation. Rehab is not just a one-top fix-all process, but a life-changing and mindset-altering intervention that will give you the tools you need to create a life-long recovery.

We want you to live your life to the fullest and being able to open up and speak about these problems means we can work together to resolve stress, anxiety and depression that may be prevalent in your life. The types of mental health issues that lead to addictions and also perpetuate them.

Although some people may prefer one-on-one therapies such as counselling or cognitive behavioural therapy, many of our patients have noticed the benefits of group support sessions.

Sharing and listening to others who share similar problems and paths can give your insight into your own addiction and also build bonds that last.

Many people who chose to attend group support sessions find they have a stronger support network after they leave our care. Meaning recovery is supported and motivated outside of our drug & alcohol rehab in Olney.

Sharing your experience with others can also lead to lifelong friendships as well as show you the way to repair any damaged relationships due to your addiction.

Commit to a life-long change

Simply visiting this page shows you have completed the first hurdle in your recovery process. You have accepted and acknowledged that an addiction is present, and your next step, the most important one, is to commit to life-long recovery.

Our friendly team are available around the clock to ensure you’re welcomed in exactly when you need it most, and all we need from you is full commitment.

Being able to commit to a rehabilitation programme and stick to the new way of life you’ll find yourself in will give you a better quality of life overall and afford you a healthier mindset.

Our consultations are really easy to do, take only five minutes and are non-obligational.

Just give us a call when you’re ready on 0800 140 4690 and we’ll have a chat about your problems, where you want to be and what your preferences are when it comes to therapy.

Once we have a better understanding of who you are and what you need, we’ll tailor you a treatment programme so that you can be on your way to a better life as soon as possible.

 

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