Rehab 4 Addiction

Alcoholism and drug addiction are believed to affect around one million people in the United Kingdom. Peterborough is no exception when it comes to drug and alcohol addiction.

The good news is that if you suffer from drug or alcohol addiction, and you live in Peterborough, help is on hand. Our team offers a free signposting service for people seeking effective addiction treatment in Peterborough.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand it takes bravery to seek help for both drug and alcohol addiction.

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand the difficulties you are likely experiencing when you first seek out help for your addiction. This is fully reflected in the manner in which your call is received when you contact Rehab 4 Addiction.

Many of our call handlers are themselves living in recovery, so our approach offers you the maximum amount of compassion and understanding.

Both drug and alcohol addiction negatively affect your life in many ways. Addiction is harmful and even hazardous to all you come into contact with, but particularly those closest to you. Addiction impacts your family in several ways, including emotionally and financially.

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, it’s thus likely you are seeking treatment that will allow you to eradicate addiction once and for all.

Inpatient rehab treatment in Peterborough

One potential way to overcome an addiction to drugs and alcohol is to undergo rehab treatment at an inpatient unit. Here, your addiction will be treated via a clinically supervised detox process.

The psychological component of your addiction will be treated via the use of modern therapy and counselling techniques.

You will be taught how to cope with cravings that might cause relapse, and you will be taught how to enjoy your life without the need to take drugs or drink alcohol.

Drug and alcohol addiction is usually a crutch to cover up deeper emotional and psychological problems. If you merely remove drugs and alcohol without addressing these emotional problems, it is highly likely you will relapse shortly following the completion of your rehab programme.

For this reason, Rehab 4 Addiction advocates treatment providers in Peterborough that offer advanced therapy techniques that address the underlying emotional causes of drug and alcohol addiction.

Undertaking these therapies ensures you are able to enjoy your life with utter and unconditional happiness. In short, the ‘void’ created when drugs and alcohol are removed is very much filled by helping you rediscover other cleaner and safer activities.

Why it’s necessary to go to rehab in Peterborough

Undergoing a drug or alcohol detox alone and without medical assistance is inadvisable for many reasons. When you undergo a detox, you will begin to experience withdrawal symptoms.

Some of these symptoms may cause a fatal seizure or cardiac arrest if not correctly treated. When you undergo a clinically supervised detox at an inpatient rehab in Peterborough, you will benefit from the highest possible standards of medical treatment.

This level of care ensures you will not experience fatal withdrawal symptoms whilst you undergo a detox programme.

All staff employed at our partner clinics in Peterborough are highly trained. Many hold advanced medical degrees and certificates.

All rehab clinics are also regulated and regularly inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Individual CQC reports are made available for each clinic via

The vast majority of people undertaking a detox without clinical support will relapse. Simply continuing to take drugs or alcohol will reverse rollback many withdrawal symptoms that are experienced when detox is attempted.

It is very difficult to complete detox without giving in to cravings and the obvious need to prevent withdrawal symptoms.

Fortunately, the treatment Rehab 4 Addiction recommends in Peterborough offers you the help and support you will require to make your detox a success.

What type of rehab treatment is available in Peterborough?

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of addiction treatments in Peterborough. The clinics we recommend offer you a variety of self-funded and state-funded treatment options.

However, the vast majority of people seeking rehab treatment in Peterborough will choose to self-fund their treatment for a number of reasons, including:

  • Self-funded rehab treatment is immediately accessible. Unlike council-funded treatment, you will not need to join a lengthy waiting list until treatment becomes available
  • Generally, self-funded treatment is of a higher quality when compared to council-funded rehab treatment. When you attend a self-funded rehab clinic, you will benefit from available resources. This includes the facilities on offer and the quality of professionals who will dispense your rehab treatment

Reach out for support today

If you are worried about your addiction to drugs or alcohol, get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Bedfordshire, including Luton, Peterborough, Dunstable and Leighton Buzzard.

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