Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Penkridge

Searching for the right treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction can be confusing, complicated and stressful, but, it doesn’t have to be.

With Rehab 4 Addiction, an advisory and referral service for those struggling with substance or behavioural addictions, the process of admission into a suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Penkridge can be simple, and quick.

With an easy and efficient enquiry and admissions process and no long waiting lists, you could be placed in your perfectly matched addiction treatment facility in no time, and on your way to a full recovery.

We understand that at this time you may have many queries and concerns about our processes, and what rehabilitation might look like for you.

Some frequently asked questions are answered on this page, but rest assured that our friendly admissions team are on hand 24/7 if you don’t find the information you are looking for below.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690 to begin an enquiry for yourself or a loved one, or fill in our online form to receive a callback.

How much does rehabilitation cost?

Whilst there is not a set cost when it comes to addiction treatment as all clients will require different treatment methods and facilities, we know that cost is a huge factor to consider when choosing suitable treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction.

We also know that sadly, many individuals battling addiction have gone and will continue to go without adequate professional care due to these expected costs.

We do not want this to be the case for anyone in need of addiction treatment, so we ensure that we offer our referral and advisory services to anyone – regardless of financial situation.

If you are someone that has concerns or worries over the possible costs of outpatient treatment or a rehabilitation programme, please do not hesitate to mention these to our admissions team when you enquire.

We try our best to work around the needs of our clients, and this includes unpredictable, low or even fluctuating financial situations. We will discuss what it is you are concerned about and together we can find a solution for your treatment options going forward.

How long will I be in rehab?

The average time spent on a rehabilitation programme in a drug and alcohol rehab in Penkridge is around 28 days.

Of course, each client and each addiction is different, meaning every treatment plan followed throughout rehab has to be different, too.

This means that some may complete their programme within or sooner than this 28 day period, whilst some will inevitably need longer to recover.

There is no shame if you are someone who requires longer in rehab in order to reach a full recovery.

This will be due to many factors that will have directly impacted your needs for treatment that are now out of your control, such as your family history, weight, age, physical and mental health, the length of time you have used for, the substance or multiple substances you have used, and the overall severity of your drug or alcohol addiction.

Whilst these factors cannot now be changed, there are a few things that can give you a higher chance of leaving rehab sooner rather than later.

These include going into rehabilitation with a positive attitude, and being open and willing to participate in all treatments and therapy that is suggested for you via your treatment plan.

Though simply having an optimistic outlook may sound cliché, it directly impacts how you do in treatment, just as being unwilling to take part or having a negative attitude towards treatment and rehab, in general, is likely to slow down your progress.

Another way to ensure that you do not spend any more time than necessary in rehab is to not focus on the ‘finish line’ of recovery – mostly because this does not exist – but also because focusing on the end of the journey means you will not be focusing on the present moment or giving it your all in treatment.

We recommend instead concentrating on the progress you have made along the way, which will spur you on to continue improving rather than disappoint you because you haven’t arrived at the end just yet.

What treatments will I receive?

At the beginning of your enquiry and admissions process with Rehab 4 Addiction, you will undergo a few simple assessments that will evaluate the general state of your mental and physical health, help us learn more about you as a client, and tell us the details of your specific drug or alcohol addiction.

These assessments will help determine what your needs for addiction treatment are, and what your treatment plan should include.

Because you will be following a bespoke, personalised treatment plan throughout your rehabilitation programme based on these results, we cannot at this time tell you exactly what types of treatments you will participate in.

However, some of the main forms of treatment and therapy include:

You may also encounter contingency management, which is a treatment that incentivises good or desired behaviour with prizes or money.

You are also likely to experience a drug and alcohol detox when you arrive at your chosen rehab facility.

Though this may be daunting, a detox is a necessary and important step on the road to recovery from substance addiction, as it flushes the toxins left behind by drink or drugs from your system.

This allows you to begin the rest of your treatment on a ‘clean slate’, and will help your body begin to heal from the damage drugs and alcohol inflicted whilst you were actively using.

To find out more about what treatments you are likely to encounter in your chosen drug and alcohol rehab in Penkridge, call us today on 0800 140 4690.

We are able to discuss briefly the conditions of your addiction, and suggest which treatments will be beneficial to you.

 

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