Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you worried about someone in your life whom you believe may be addicted to drugs or alcohol? Are you questioning how far things will go before they seek professional help? Do you think they would benefit from residing in a rehab clinic in the Merseyside area?

Seeing someone you know suffering from addiction can be tragic to witness. You may see them change before your very eyes and wonder how it even happened. You may have tried to help them before but to no avail.

Often those with drug and alcohol addictions fail to see how severe their addiction is. Perhaps you have only just recognised the signs of addiction in a friend or a loved one and are blaming yourself for not spotting the symptoms earlier.

Whatever the issue, you cannot blame yourself. When someone you know is struggling with an addiction, they will try their hardest to keep it a secret. You may only begin to see the signs when the addiction reaches severe new heights.

What can I do to help?

You may believe, for example, that if a family member is battling an addiction you are required to do everything in your power to help. If you are not medically and professionally trained to deal with addictions, you cannot allow yourself to be responsible for providing treatment.

There are many ways you can offer support without trying to ‘cure’ the addicted person. This could be, but is not limited to:

  • Offering to help financially, if you are able. Rehab can be costly but is the most effective way to recover from an addiction. You could offer your friend or your loved one a loan or payment towards their stay which may help ease their anxiety around the financial aspect of treatment. But please only do so if you are able, do not get yourself into debt as there are other ways of accessing rehab safely
  • Listening and offering support. This will be one of the most crucial elements as they seek treatment. They may be feeling lonely and isolated but by offering encouragement and support whilst they find and enter treatment, they can feel motivated to enter recovery successfully
  • Value their feelings. People suffering from drug and alcohol addictions often experience extreme mood swings, this is not necessarily aimed towards you, although it may feel hurtful. When suffering from addiction the way an individual act is not a true representation of themselves. As a friend or loved one it is important if you want the addicted individual to seek help, that you encourage them on their journey and intently value things they tell you. Some conversations may feel awkward or sad to have but it is important to start talking

What can Rehab 4 Addiction do to help?

At Rehab 4 Addiction we can take away the stress and anxiety of finding a rehab clinic in the Ormskirk area. By calling our team on 0800 140 4690 we can discuss any concerns and worries you may have and offer free, confidential advice on how you can support a friend or a loved one through their addiction.

When searching for treatment at a rehab centre, we have to make sure that each client’s needs are taken into consideration and met accordingly. If you want to attend rehab away from home, we can also discuss this with you.

What treatments are on offer at rehab in Ormskirk?

Before your admission to a rehab clinic in Ormskirk, we will assess you to determine which programme is best suited to your needs. We will also take into careful consideration your mental and physical state, so we can see the effect addiction has had on your life and create a plan to ensure successful recovery in the future.

Before you enter treatment, we will inform you of what you can expect, so you can best prepare for residential rehab. We also expect you to remain committed at all times and aim to see the treatment through to completion.

From this we can then determine which type of programme is needed; detoxification, rehabilitation treatment or a combination of the two. We will never add any hidden charges when you choose Rehab 4 Addiction and promise to make all treatments inclusive to a pre-agreed price.

We offer our clients 24/7 medical supervision, nursing, and therapy as well as medication (as required), and nutritious meals. We can offer placements at short notice too.

What are the next steps?

Our helpline advisers are available at all times and are ready to take your call. If you have any questions no matter how big or small one of our team will be happy to discuss it further on 0800 140 4690.

When you contact us on the above telephone number, we will ask you to talk in detail about your concerns. This may be difficult for you, but we understand and will be patient and non-judgemental.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we offer support, not judgement. If you are calling about a friend, a colleague, or a loved one we can discuss arranging an intervention and offer tips and support for how you can best handle the situation. We know this is a stressful time in your life so let us help you, we can make the next steps together.

Watching someone close to you struggle with a drug or alcohol addiction can be painful to watch. You may feel like you haven’t done enough or that by trying to help you have pushed the addicted individual away.

You mustn’t blame yourself and by ending up on our webpage today we know you are making the right decision, with their safety your main concern.

Addiction can put a huge amount of pressure not just on the individual suffering but on their friends and family. We can offer you help and support, any time, day or night. Give us a call today, let’s step into a brighter future.

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