Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Rainham

Do you live in Rainham? Do you want to recover from drug addiction but don’t know how to access professional treatment? Are you concerned about your options for treatment and would like to find out more?

All over the UK, many people are unfortunately suffering from addictions, whether it be behavioural addictions or drug and alcohol addictions. You are not alone and there is help available to you.

If you are willing to accept that you have an addiction, you can move towards entering a local rehab clinic in Rainham.

The very fact that you have found yourself reading this webpage today means that you may have already taken the necessary step of acknowledging your problem with drugs and alcohol.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we can help you during this difficult time by locating the best rehab clinic for you, getting in contact with them and supporting you throughout this entire process.

If you are ready to attend rehab, get in touch with us today on 0800 140 4690.

What causes addiction?

There is no exact cause for addiction and reasons vary for each individual. Drugs and alcohol, for example, can change how you think and act. For most people, this starts as a very enjoyable feeling but can quickly become a necessity to function.

People with addictions often experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop taking the substance their body craves.

These symptoms can feel very unpleasant but can be effectively managed if in a medical environment such as a residential facility.

Some people believe that they can attempt to detox at home which is never advised or promoted by Rehab 4 Addiction. In this instance, you can make your addiction far worse as you spiral out of control.

Many factors play a role in addiction such as mental health disorders, genetics, environment, social groups, and trauma.

What kind of treatment is offered at rehab?

Addiction is a chronic condition that affects you both physically and psychologically. Therapy can be a great tool if utilised correctly and can help you take back control of your life.

Within rehab therapy can give you to chance to learn healthy coping mechanisms as well as help you explore the root of your addiction.

Some of the forms of therapy on offer at rehab include:

How can I encourage a loved one to enter rehab in Rainham?

Whilst many people search for help for themselves you may also be worried that someone you love requires professional help.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we can help provide support and advice on how you can help a loved one overcome their battle with addiction.

Do you know that a family member or friend is consuming substances daily? The best thing to do in this situation is not to confront them but rather to encourage them to open up to you.

Most people struggling with addiction will find it hard to open up and admit they have a problem. By opening up a conversation you can let them know that you are there for them during this time of hardship.

If you find that your family member or friend is refusing to accept your help and continuing with their destructive behaviour it may be time to request further support through our services here at Rehab 4 Addiction.

We can provide intervention services, which means a professional interventionist can attend your home or a neutral space to begin a discussion with your loved one regarding their addiction.

This usually helps them see the severity of their problem and can kickstart their journey to recovery.

What happens after rehab?

Once you have completed your bespoke treatment programme at a residential clinic of your choice you will return home to continue your journey.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we work with treatment providers across the UK who provide excellent aftercare services.

This means that your clinic will remain in touch with you for at least the first twelve months after your treatment has ended.

During this time, they will invite you to attend weekly therapy sessions and will signpost you to local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.

Aftercare services can make the transition back into the home environment a lot easier and you can stay in touch with both staff and peers met at your clinic.

Are you ready to make that change? Are you looking to create a better future for yourself and your family?

Call our friendly team today on 0800 140 4690, speak to us on live chat, or fill in an enquiry form and we will get back to you immediately.

 

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