Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Oswaldtwistle

Many people suffering from addiction will feel conflicted at this point in their journey. On the one hand, they will most likely recognise the damage it’s doing and will want to get everything back together.

On the other hand, they may be apprehensive about a drug and/or alcohol-free life. They may also feel like recovery is impossible. All of these feelings are completely normal and valid.

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Oswaldtwistle, Rehab 4 Addiction is here to help. We know how hard it can be to even reach out.

We want you to know that there’s always hope for recovery. Addiction can’t be cured, only managed. But with the right support, you can get your life back on track.

You might not realise it but you’re making a start now by reading this page.

How can rehab 4 addiction help?

Of course, you’ll probably have also come to this page to find out what Rehab 4 Addiction can specifically offer you. As addiction is such a wide and diverse subject, the support we offer also reflects that.

The first stages of your rehab journey will likely involve a few assessments. The first of these will also be alongside informal chats where we’ll find out more about your personal circumstances.

You can call us or send a message and, with that information, we’ll be able to advise you on the best path. Of course, our number and website are also open for more general advice if you need it. I

f you’d like us to, we can also create a personalised treatment plan.

As well as a detox to remove any remaining addictive substances from your system, the second assessment (a mental and physical one this time), will be completed before you start any treatment. From there, you may encounter several different paths, depending on what we’ve established in those initial conversations.

We have a bit more information on the specific kinds of treatment most commonly available during rehab lower down on this page.

Finally, we have residential facilities in several areas, including drug and alcohol rehab in Oswaldtwistle. These centres have areas for treatment, alongside residential and recreational areas, with easy access to everything you could need to recover.

Inpatient vs Outpatient

While the privacy and seclusion of inpatient rehab help some people, others may do better staying at home. That’s also not the only thing to consider in this situation.

Some people may be coming in from toxic home environments, where their recovery won’t be supported. Some people also have more severe issues and benefit from being taken away from temptation.

Others might prefer (and might be able to handle) organising their own treatment. It all just depends on what’s right for you.

The importance of timing

Your recovery from addiction may depend on several factors. These include your overall personality, the substance you’re addicted to, how severe your addiction is – and how long you’ve been addicted for.

Like many other disorders, early intervention could be the key. Within the sphere of addiction, we should also note that this is sometimes in the form of a literal intervention. Or it could mean you intervening on your own behalf, through treatment.

Dependence could develop and may also worsen if a drug or alcohol problem is left for too long.

This can result in a wide range of withdrawal symptoms, including:

  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhoea
  • Sweating
  • Seizures
  • Hallucinations
  • Insomnia

All of these symptoms are why professionally guided detoxes are so important.

We can completely understand your reluctance to get help. If you reach out as soon as you can, you’ll have a higher chance of long term recovery.

Long term recovery

Speaking of long-term recovery, let’s look at how it can be achieved even after your initial treatment.

One of the main ways we’ll try to help prevent relapse is via an aftercare programme.

This will largely consist of treatments already available during the main part of rehab:

1. Therapy and counselling.

Unpacking mental health issues is a huge part of the entire rehab process. You could come across various kinds, from art and music therapy to talking therapy to motivational interviewing. It’s all designed to help you heal mentally and eventually move forward, having fully confronted any and all issues.

2. Support groups.

These give you access to an entire network of people who will understand exactly what you’re going through.

3. Workshops.

Whether they’re completed in a residential rehab or outside of it, workshops can be vital, as they help you learn more about various health and addiction-related issues. They’ll also help you develop life skills to fight addiction and have a healthier lifestyle well into the future.

Rehab 4 Addiction will also still be available for advice and support if you’re ever struggling. As we said before, all you need to do is get in touch with us.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690,

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