Rehab 4 Addiction

Although the disease of addiction is universally a painful experience, it is a well-established fact that every addiction is different. Aside from being addicted to different substances, each person will also have their own different triggers, different underlying psychological issues, and a different set of circumstances that led to their lives becoming unmanageable.

Just as every addiction is different, every person’s treatment should be tailored to them, taking into account their own specific needs and circumstances.

It’s important to note that recovery from addiction is entirely possible, but is certainly not one-size-fits-all.

While there are many options available, if you’re struggling with addiction, it is worth considering a stay in a residential rehab facility. Rehab is unique in that combines a series of different treatments and therapies under one roof, while also providing respite away from our personal lives, which may have become chaotic and stressful due to addiction.

If you want to find out more about the recovery process, and how you can be referred to a rehab facility in the Paignton area in Devon, you can call Rehab 4 Addiction confidentially on 0800 140 4690, and speak to one of our trained advisors today.

Preparing for Rehab in Paignton

Rehab 4 Addiction is a specialist referral service that can you help you find the right treatment centre in the Paignton area. However, before this process can begin, there is some preliminary preparation that you will need to undertake.

In the first instance, you need to have an acknowledgment of your addiction, and an acceptance that your life has become unmanageable. Furthermore, you need to commit to the process of changing your life for the better, no matter how challenging that may be in the short term.

If you approach the process with this attitude, we can help you. We understand that there is an overwhelming amount of choice when it comes to the various treatments and facilities dotted around the UK.

Once we have assessed your needs and circumstances, we will be able guide you to the right facility for you, and to answer any questions that you might have about the process.

How does the rehab process work?

Once you’re in touch with one of our Rehab 4 Addiction Advisors, we will conduct an assessment to find out more about you as an individual. Specifically, we will aim to find out more about the severity of your addiction, your current life situation, and what your goals are for recovery.

Once we’ve got to know you better as a person, we will be in a position to recommend a treatment facility that is right for you. Once you arrive at the facility, a trained professional will put together a treatment plan that is individually tailored to your needs.

It is likely that the first step of this treatment will be a full detox, which will be supervised by a medical professional. This supervision is vital, as attempts to detox without supervision can often be fatal.

As you approach the end of your stay, you will put together a relapse prevention plan with a member of staff at the facility. This will outline the steps you can take in your new life to ensure you have the best possible chance of avoiding relapse and staying sober.

Can I attend rehab in Paignton?

Yes, we can help you find a rehab facility in the Paignton area. When it comes to residential rehab, there are some people feel compelled to get as far away from their hometown as possible while they recover. However, we find that most people prefer to stay close to home. Both of these are viable options that we can discuss during your consultations.

Aside from just avoiding homesickness, staying near home does have its own set of potential benefits within the context of rehab. For example, it opens the opportunity of involving your family members in the rehab process, if your advisors think that is appropriate for your recovery plan. An example of this would be family-led counselling sessions, overseen by a medical professional.

What happens after rehab?

Stepping out into the world again after rehab can be a daunting prospect, but with the skills, knowledge, and techniques you will have picked up during your stay at a rehab facility, you will be prepared to start your new life free from substance abuse.

Rehab is the beginning of your new life, but it’s vital to remember that staying sober is an ongoing challenge. This is why, as you approach the end of your stay in rehab, a trained professional will put together a relapse prevention plan that is tailored to your own needs and challenges.

On top of this, you will be encouraged to attend support groups on an ongoing basis, which may or may not be based around the 12-step programme, as used in Alcoholics Anonymous. Regular visits to a safe space where others are going through the same challenges will be helpful to your recovery.

As part of your relapse prevention plan, you may be tasked with making some difficult lifestyle choices, such as severing ties with a toxic friend if they have the potential to jeopardise your recovery. Although these choices may be difficult to make, it’s important to remember that staying in recovery is the most important goal in your new life.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today

We hope that the preceding has given you more of an understanding about what residential rehab is, and how it works in practice. If you’re ready to take the next steps towards recovery, you can speak confidentially with one of our trained advisors today by calling Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690.

If you’re ready to acknowledge your problem and the need for personal change, we can make the transition to rehab in Paignton as smooth and efficient as possible.

 

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