Rehab 4 Addiction

Rehab 4 Addiction offers drug and alcohol detoxification and rehabilitation services in Plymouth. This service is offered on an inpatient basis, meaning you live within a Plymouth rehab centre whilst you receive medical assistance throughout your stay.

During your time at a Plymouth rehab centre, you receive expert therapy sessions led by a trained counsellor. You also receive assistance from a range of medically qualified professionals who ensure your detox takes place in a safe and caring environment.

To learn more, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

The first step to recovery

Many of you may have attempted to rid your life of drugs and alcohol through sheer willpower. You may have attended an Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meeting in Plymouth and got involved in various hobbies in order to distract you from drug and alcohol use.

However, it’s equally likely that you’ve continued to relapse despite your efforts to achieve your recovery goals.

If you relate to the above, it’s likely you will benefit from expert addiction treatment in Plymouth. Why? Because when you attend a Plymouth drug or alcohol rehabilitation centre, you will receive proven treatments that are known to reverse the fortunes of even the most chronic of drug or alcohol user.

How? Because our partner rehabilitation clinics in Plymouth insist on offering proven therapy techniques that have evolved over the last decade. These techniques include cognitive behavioural therapy, psychotherapy and a plethora of holistic therapies.

How to access drug and alcohol treatment in Plymouth

We hope you are excited about the possibility of attending a Plymouth drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre. In fact, you are probably wondering how you may gain access to this addiction treatment in Plymouth.

When you make contact with our admissions staff, we conduct a short assessment. This ensures you are placed in a Plymouth rehab clinic that suits your needs.

During this assessment, we determine the severity of your addiction to drug or alcohol. This information is then fed back to our consultant psychiatrist who utilises this information when prescribing you with a suitable detoxification programme.

What to expect at rehab

The rehab is located adjacent to the shore. This means you will enjoy seafront views. The rehab offers single occupancy bedrooms with ensuite facilities. The downstairs area has two large recreational rooms and four therapy rooms. There is a large private garden area.

The dining room has access to a grand piano, a plus for those who are musically talented. The rehab employs kitchen staff, including a professional chef, to prepare your daily meals.

The rehab maintains a multi-disciplinary staff made up of various medical and addiction experts. This includes psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses and professional therapist. There is also a number of laypersons who form part of the rehab’s recovery community. These people offer everyday expertise in 12-step programmes, mindfulness and other holistic therapies.

Requesting more information

If you are ready to gain instant access to a Plymouth drug and alcohol rehab centre, contact the team at Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690. Alternatively, contact us through this website through the contact form.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Devon, including Plymouth, Exeter, Barnstable, Bideford, Torquay and Barnstaple.

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