Rehab 4 Addiction

Many people consume drugs and alcohol but not all are in control of their consumption. Sometimes this consumption becomes addictive. Rehab 4 Addiction is here to help those with addiction in Rowley Regis and across the West Midlands and provide support throughout treatment.

Many people turn to drugs and alcohol as a recreational way to relax perhaps after a busy week at work or at a party with friends. For many, this is an occasional use and will never become a lifelong issue but for some, that first step can trigger a huge problem that seems to snowball further and further changing every aspect of their life.

A lot of people with addiction problems require help from centres such as ourselves at Rehab 4 Addiction. We understand that sometimes you need a helping hand. If you are located within or around the Rowley Regis area and want to make that first step, give us a call today on 0800 140 4690.

Perhaps friends and loved ones have encouraged you to reach out to us? Or perhaps you’ve taken the first step yourself to research more about your addiction and are considering getting help?

Whatever way you’ve heard about us, you’ve already made progress. We now need you to contact us, so we can help you further. We believe in your progress wholeheartedly and know you can begin to transition into recovery with our help.

We know that there are feelings of shame and embarrassment attached to seeking help for addiction, but at Rehab 4 Addiction we want to see you flourish.

Our team is full of friendly and highly trained counsellors, many who’ve learned about addiction counselling through needing it themselves. They’ve overcome their addiction and are living happy lives in recovery wanting to help others make great changes.

There is no judgment in our facilities and once we’ve initially met you for assessments, we can begin to find a treatment centre in Rowley Regis that is best suited to you.

What causes drug and alcohol addiction?

Not everybody who uses drugs and alcohol becomes addicted, but some people do. You may be asking ‘why does it only affect certain people?’ More often than not there are underlying health issues such as mental illness that are triggered by common drug and alcohol use.

Many people turn to substance abuse as a way to cope with mental health issues, in an attempt to distract and suppress feelings without seeking professional help. Turning to drugs and alcohol makes recovery very hard and at Rehab 4 Addiction we understand this.

Coming to rehab can be life-changing but the moment you begin to address this needed change, you can begin your transition into recovery.

With addiction you cannot wake up and decide to stop abusing drugs and alcohol it is a long process but one that we believe we can help you with.

Spotting signs of addiction

Physically and psychologically addiction will always take a toll on the body and mind. The body is under a lot of strain and this can manifest in mental health issues as well as physical health issues.

You will more than likely notice you feel unwell and experience pain after a short while which can subsequently have a huge impact on your life.

Addiction always needs to be dealt with immediately. Under the influence of drugs and alcohol you can become violent and accident-prone as well as distanced from friends and family who want to see you recover.

You may also struggle with things such as maintaining your job and fall into financial trouble too, all significantly impacting your physical and mental health.

Once you hit a point of no return it can feel like life is over. When a person struggling with addiction loses their job and family, they are unsure where to turn to next. Life seems to become harder and many people turn to crime and dangerous activity.

This doesn’t have to happen. At Rehab 4 Addiction we want to help you make positive changes in your life and help you into recovery.

What we can offer

We understand prospective patients will feel nervous and anxious that is why we want to create a restful and safe environment for all. Feelings of vulnerability and apprehension about what rehab is truly like are bound to surface but rest assured we aim to ease your feelings of uncertainty by welcoming you into our clinic with open arms and professionalism.

Our rehab facilities are comfortable and with friendly staff always on hand, you will have access to bespoke treatment options to suit your needs. Most treatment plans are set for 28 days which may seem like a long time to be situated in one of our clinics, but it is truly for the best.

We provide assessments upon arrival to evaluate your health and wellbeing as well as offering a detox period. This may seem daunting as you deal with withdrawal symptoms, which can be unpleasant to experience but will be managed by our staff to ensure your wellbeing and safety.

We treat all patients as individuals with specific treatments tailored to help you. We offer various therapies as well as relapse programmes managed by professionals.

What happens after?

After your treatment at one of our rehab centres, our staff will begin to prepare you to return to your regular life. We are extremely aware that the twelve months after treatment can be tough, that’s why we offer help in the form of ongoing therapy and drop-in sessions for you when you need it.

At Rehab 4 Addiction your aftercare is still as important to us as when you begin your treatment. After you have completed your stay at rehab, we provide a safety net to allow you to get back on your feet without stress and worry.

Are you ready to make a change? Call us on 0800 140 4690 today, let’s do this together.

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