Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Poplar

If you believe you or someone you love may be experiencing an addiction, it is crucial that you get in touch with us as soon as you can.

By contacting us here at Rehab 4 Addiction, you can set in motion a speedy enquiry and admissions process that will work to get you placed in a suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Poplar in no time.

You could be on track towards a full recovery with the help of our experienced and friendly team, and a personalised treatment plan created specifically for you and your needs.

We know just how hard this can be – many of our team have experienced addiction themselves – but we also know that your recovery is possible, and all it takes to make it a reality is to reach out to us today.

Call us on 0800 140 4690, or fill in our online form to receive a callback, and you could soon be living the new, healthier and substance-free life you want.

Our philosophy

It is our duty here at Rehab 4 Addiction to offer our help to everyone that needs it.

We do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexuality, or even the severity of your situation. If you are someone experiencing any level of a drug or alcohol addiction and wish to find a suitable treatment, we will strive to help you as much as we can.

We are a safe, welcoming space where you can feel free and comfortable to discuss your addiction. Our members have been in similar situations to you before, as many have experienced addiction themselves in the past.

This makes us the best equipped to help and offer advice and support, but also the most understanding of what you are currently going through, making Rehab 4 Addiction a judgement-free zone.

We deal with all enquiries quickly and confidentially, and any data we collect from you along the way during the admissions process will only ever be used to determine your needs for treatment and rehabilitation.

How do I know I am experiencing an addiction?

It can be extremely difficult to figure out if what you are experiencing is an addiction or not.

This is especially true for those that are much more in denial about the severity of their situation; admitting you have a problem at all is hard enough without having to admit it is a full drug or alcohol addiction.

At this time it is sometimes helpful to listen to those around us.

If you do not think your condition warrants professional intervention or assistance, try to ask trusted friends or family members what they think you should do – It is sometimes easier to hear it from the mouths of loved ones rather than strangers.

It may be difficult, and you may still wish to deny it or even lash out at them for their response, but it is an important step in your recovery journey to recovery to acknowledge your situation.

If you are still unsure, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do I turn to drugs or alcohol for comfort when I am experiencing difficult feelings or going through a tough event?
  • Do I use these substances as a way to cope with feelings I do not wish to feel?
  • Has my physical appearance changed drastically recently? Have I unexpectedly lost weight?
  • Do I experience withdrawal symptoms after a period of time without substances? (symptoms of withdrawal can include sickness, fatigue, mood swings, light-headedness and headaches)
  • Has my tolerance for the substance I use increased since my first use? Does it continue to increase with each use?
  • Do I up the dose of the substance each time I use it in order to achieve the same ‘high’?
  • Am I experiencing heightened symptoms of an existing mental health disorder like depression or anxiety?
  • Am I more on-edge and angrier than usual? Am I lashing out at loved ones for seemingly no reason?
  • Am I avoiding responsibilities/events/people at work or in my social life? Am I avoiding these to instead use the substance?
  • Do I have a secret stash of the substance hidden somewhere?
  • Am I lying to loved ones about my use of the substance?
  • Is the substance all I think about? Do I struggle to focus on much else?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, we recommend reaching out immediately to Rehab 4 Addiction, on 0800 140 4690.

Even if you only responded positively to a select few questions, we still suggest getting in touch with us, as we can discuss which ones you answered yes to and can identify if you are experiencing addiction or not.

This can help us determine what your next steps should be, and if necessary, help us to get the process of your admission into a drug and alcohol rehab started right away.

Don’t wait to reach out

When it comes to drug and alcohol addictions, time is extremely precious.

When left untreated addiction can spiral out of control very quickly, and can cause severe – sometimes permanent – damage to the body and brain.

This is why it is important to reach out to us here at rehab 4 Addiction as soon as possible.

Even if you believe your situation is not as ‘bad’ as others, or that you have it under control, our enquiry and admissions team can still guide you through what your next steps should be.

Everyone can benefit from a drug and alcohol rehab, no matter the seriousness of their condition, so reaching out even if you don’t think it exactly necessary, can sometimes save your life in the long run.

If you don’t feel like reaching out for professional help just yet, or if doing so seems too daunting or scary, maybe start by talking to a trusted friend or family member first.

They may be able to contact us on your behalf, and suitable treatment can be found for you just the same.


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