Rehab 4 Addiction

This is undoubtedly a challenging time for you. You may feel like giving up, or like you’re falling even further into the cycle of drug and alcohol abuse. If this sounds like you, we’re thankful that you’re here now.

We are Rehab 4 Addiction, and we’re here to help.

We’re here to help you through the process of admitting you may have a problem with drugs or alcohol. We’re here to help you find a treatment and rehab service that is right for you. And we’re here to help you towards a full recovery, and a better life.

Below are some of our most frequently asked questions, but if you require any more information, or wish to make an enquiry about drug and alcohol rehab services in Rushden, please do not hesitate to call us today on 0800 140 4690.

How quickly will I receive support?

As soon as you reach out to us, your road to recovery will have begun.

Delays are common when looking for a drug or alcohol rehab, but here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we eliminate these setbacks by putting your rehabilitation needs above all else. We know that any time spent on a waiting list is time that your determination to refrain from drugs and alcohol can deplete quickly.

From the very first phone call, we can assess your needs and get the ball rolling with your treatment; we are likely to discuss your addiction – the severity, length, and how it has affected you – and with this data we can start referring you to the right rehab services in Rushden right away.

This time it is key, although it may be difficult, to be completely honest with us. Any information you give us will go directly into finding you the best care and treatment specifically for you, and any false information you give us could interfere with this, causing the types of delays that we strive to avoid.

How much does drug and alcohol rehab cost?

The cost of drug and alcohol rehab can obviously vary from patient to patient, with a number of different factors determining the overall expense of treatment. These include the length and location of your rehab, the delivery of treatment and any medication you may be prescribed.

However, despite this, the most important factor for deciding the cost of drug and alcohol rehab, is you. We take the budget of clients into account at Rehab 4 Addiction, and we understand that not everyone will have depths of savings to dip into, and some will have unpredictable, ever-changing budgets.

Rest assured that no matter where you stand, you will receive some form of rehab and treatment.

What can I expect?

At a rehab in Rushden, you can expect a warm and welcoming environment. Our team of therapists and highly trained medical staff will be on hand to assist you at all times – in a safe and judgment-free zone. This is especially true for residential rehab, where you will have access to 24/7 support and anything else you may need all under one roof.

You can expect a wide range of possible addiction treatments available to you and a personalised treatment plan created for you from data we gather over the course of your admission.

You will undertake a drug and alcohol detox to start your recovery with a clean bloodstream and will be given any medication necessary to ease withdrawal symptoms you may experience at this challenging time.

Your progress will be consistently monitored by our staff, but it’s not as daunting as it sounds. There are no tests you have to pass, and one failure or relapse will not mean expulsion from the facility.

We understand how difficult quitting can be (we actually do – most of our team have been through a drug or alcohol addiction themselves), and we recognise that progress is not always linear.

You will be supported and cared for no matter what, we just ask for your cooperation and willpower to succeed.

When you eventually leave our care, we won’t abandon you. You can still expect to receive support if you should require it, with our 24/7 helpline ready to help.

Getting help for a loved one

If you’re here not for yourself but for a loved one and wish to know what you can do to help, Rehab 4 Addiction may have what you are looking for.

Maybe your family member or friend rejects the idea that they are in need of treatment for their drug or alcohol addiction, perhaps they refuse to even admit they have a problem with drink or drugs at all. If this is the case for someone you love, you may be interested in the intervention services we offer in Rushden and across Northamptonshire.

With these services, we reach out to your loved ones and inform them of their need for drug and alcohol rehab, and detail the possible consequences of not seeking treatment immediately.

The skilled interventionists at Rehab 4 Addiction have all previously been addicts themselves, so they know better than anyone what you and your loved one are going through.

This makes them prepared to approach this difficult situation with understanding, empathy, and a helping hand that your friend or family member will be unable to refuse.

We outline our intervention services here. You can also get in touch with us about these services on 0800 140 4690. Alternatively, you can contact us through our online contact form.

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