Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Royal Wootton Bassett

Over 500,000 people in the UK suffer from drug or alcohol addictions. Unfortunately, only a fraction seek professional help. When untreated, addictions can have a devastating effect on your life.

That’s why Rehab 4 Addiction in Royal Wootton Bassett is here for all kinds of people suffering from drug or alcohol-related problems, no matter their severity.

You are not alone. We’re here to give you the guidance you need in order to live a happier and healthier life in the long run.

At our drug & alcohol rehab in Royal Wootton Bassett, you can be assured that the right treatment is waiting here for you. Our initial assessments are quick and easy to do, by phone call, and we’ll map out a journey for you to get you where you need to be.

Admitting you have a drug or alcohol-related problem can be a difficult task, even to yourself. As people suffering from addictions are often the last to realise.

Many tend to deny that they rely on substances to function or get through the day, and oftentimes downplay consumption or justify behaviours. But if you’ve recently come to the conclusion that you have a problem, reaching out for help is your next step.

Are you ready to commit?

Recovery from addiction is a lifelong commitment. There is no quick way out or simple cure. Long-term recovery needs dedication. Even post-rehabilitation you will need to commit to the process.

This means you need to be ready to devote yourself to a life without the substance. You will have to make many changes to your lifestyle and routine, but these will be for the better of yourself and for your quality of life.

Do you feel like your addiction has gone too far? Have you noticed your addiction has an impact on those around you? Do you notice how much your addiction consumes your daily life? Do you want to take back control? Are you ready for an addiction-free future?

If you’re experiencing any of the above, then it’s time to speak to our friendly staff at Rehab 4 Addiction in Royal Wootton Bassett.

If you’re ready to be freed from the shackles of addiction, finding the right rehabilitation programme for you is closer than you think.

We’ll give you advice on the steps you need to take, guidance to get you on the pathway to recovery and extended support post-rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is not just about detoxing the body, but also changing the mindset and that’s why we’re here to treat the psychological side of addiction as well as the physical side.

Finding a Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Royal Wootton Bassett

If you’re really ready to turn your life around and dedicate yourself to a drug or alcohol-free life, it’s time to find the right rehabilitation centre for you.

Finding the right centre for your needs can be an added task to an already courageous and stressful journey ahead. That’s why Rehab 4 Addiction aims to cut out this added pressure and find you the right centre at the right time.

We’ll source and refer you to the right clinic that will treat you with the best programme suited to you. Although there are many to choose from, we aim to alleviate this search for you so you can get on your recovery journey sooner.

It’s not uncommon for those who seek rehabilitation to want to be treated a little further away from home. Especially if your drug or alcohol problem is enabled by your surrounding environments or stemmed from a stressful place such as work or home life.

We highly recommend that for a stronger and long-lasting recovery you take on a full 28-day rehabilitation programme at a residential drug & alcohol rehab in Royal Wootton Bassett.

That way you can receive the help and support you need around the clock with our trained practitioners on hand.

As you work through your treatment plan, you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms during the detoxification process.

This can be a really hard process to handle alone at home and with our team available we can give you the guidance you need and offer prescribed medications for those suffering from severe withdrawal.

Going it alone or going ‘cold turkey’ at home on your own can also lead to relapse really quickly. It’s better to have strong support upfront, in the beginning, that way you are less likely to relapse so early on.

As an inpatient, you won’t be in your usual settings and there will be no substances nearby to enable a relapse compared to at-home treatment. We aim to keep you away from temptations while we work through the psychological side of your addiction.

What about your family?

Family and friends are always welcome to come and visit you at our drug & alcohol rehab in Royal Wootton Bassett during your residential.

It is also advised to add family therapy into your treatment plan to help them understand your problem and how to support you through your journey and beyond.

You may feel your addiction has had an impact on their life as well as yours and family therapy is a safe place to discuss your problems with the guidance of our therapists. This way we can support your family through your recovery as well.

We’ll help guide your family through this tough time and offer them insight into what causes addiction.

We’ll also give them the tools they’ll need to help support your journey post-rehabilitation.

When you’re working on yourself, you shouldn’t have to do it alone and this is why having a strong support system is paramount to long-lasting recovery.

Are you ready to ask for help?

If you feel like you’re ready to change your life, to move past the shackles of addiction and into a new part of your life, all you need to do is give us a call.

We’re just a phone call away twenty-four hours of the day, ready to lend you an ear. All you need to do is set aside five to ten minutes of your time to discuss your problems, the environments that trigger your addiction and the support network you may already have.

We’ll discuss a number of treatment options available and give you a tailored plan based on your preferences.

Why not give us a call today on 0800 140 4690, and we’ll get you on a pathway to a better and brighter future.


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