Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Oxted

Do you consume excessive amounts of alcohol or drugs? Do you recognise the signs of addiction within yourself? Do you live in the Oxted area and are searching for professional help?

Reach out to Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Our team are here for you during this difficult time and can provide quality advice and guidance.

With our help, you can access private addiction treatment without being placed on long waiting lists. If you are ready to take back your life, call us today.

What is addiction?

To those who aren’t currently struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can be difficult to understand why someone would use something that causes them harm. When someone is suffering, reason does not exist.

To satisfy cravings and urges, people take the substance they are addicted to, to help themselves feel better. This is a saddening cycle but one that we can help break.

Addiction is a chronic disorder that affects both the body and mind. It can feel incredibly hard to talk about addiction as there is a stigma attached to it within society.

One of the biggest ways to spot an addiction is if you continue to use drugs and alcohol but are aware of the consequences.

Addiction can begin very innocently for a lot of people. What starts as a few drinks after work can soon become a cycle that is hard to break.

Along with the health issues, the long-term effects of substance abuse can be catastrophic, not only for yourself but for those around you.

People may start using drugs and alcohol as a coping mechanism for various aspects of their life.

From stress to trauma, substances often numb the pain felt for a short time. However, the effects can be fatal.

How can Rehab 4 Addiction help me?

Whilst your first port of call may be to visit the NHS website or your local GP, this isn’t always as accessible as you may think.

Unfortunately, the NHS is under immense strain and inpatient treatment to a residential rehab facility is very hard to find.

Public and community treatment like local support groups can be beneficial but they are not always enough to help people, especially those struggling with severe addictions.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we offer a variety of treatment options that are personalised to your needs. This increases your chances for success in sobriety.

Accepting that you have a problem can be incredibly difficult but once you have completed this step you will have officially kickstarted your path to recovery.

Once you are ready to accept help, our team can step in. By calling us today on the helpline number provided we can have an honest chat in which we discuss your addiction further.

We can also begin an assessment to determine what kind of care we believe you would benefit from.

We understand you may feel uneasy and shameful about opening up; however, our team are on hand to provide excellent judgement-free advice at all times.

Many of our helpline advisers have also struggled with addiction in the past and can remain honest about the benefits rehab can provide to you.

There is a wide range of clinics available in the Oxted area and further afield so we can always ensure you receive a specialised referral that will fit your criteria and goals for treatment.

How long will I have to wait to begin treatment?

After you have completed your telephone assessment, we can begin your admission process immediately. With private treatment, there is no need to wait and treatment can begin as soon as possible.

With the information we gather via the telephone we can pass this on to our specialists who can then recommend a shortlist of clinics that suit your requirements, from location to budget.

When you enter a residential facility, you will most likely be expected to complete a 28-day programme. 28 days is considered the perfect amount of time for new habits and skills to be formed.

All clinics in the Oxted area will conduct a physical and psychological assessment to determine your current health.

This allows staff to prescribe treatment that they believe can help you successfully overcome your addiction.

By choosing private treatment you will be able to gain access to bespoke programmes catered to your every need.

From laundry to mealtimes all provided for you, all we ask is that you focus on yourself during this time.

Rehab and beyond

During your initial introduction to rehab, you will be asked to complete a detox programme. This removes all toxins from the body in a safe and controlled environment.

This part of treatment can be difficult, however medical staff will be on hand 24/7 to manage any withdrawal symptoms that appear.

Once you have finished your detox programme you will be able to focus on therapy. This part of the treatment allows you to heal mentally in both group and individual sessions.

Therapy can be a great tool to help you develop healthy coping mechanisms and work on understanding the root of your addiction.

After your time at rehab has concluded, support from your clinic will be extended into the home. This is called aftercare and can help you during your first twelve months of recovery.

During your time in treatment, you will be able to develop a plan to ensure relapse prevention.

If you are ready to see a change in your life and want to overcome your addiction, what are you waiting for? Don’t wait to hit a rock bottom, call us today.

Rehab can give you a second chance and can help treat your addiction in a safe, welcoming environment.

The sooner you call us, the sooner we can begin to help you.

Call today on 0800 140 4690 or speak to an adviser on the live chat function located on our website.

Alternatively, complete an enquiry form and a member of our team will be in contact with you as soon as possible.

 

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