Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you currently living in Ryde? Are you thinking about seeking support for your addiction? At Rehab 4 Addiction we can take the difficulty of finding a drug or alcohol rehab out of your hands.

Although the Isle of Wight is a popular tourist destination and is often thought of as picture-perfect, it is still unfortunately subject to drug and alcohol addictions. Like many parts of the UK, Ryde is home to many addicted people for whom each day is growing more unbearable. Sadly, this can pose a challenge to the island’s health services as well as social services.

Choosing the right treatment or rehab clinic can be extremely hard, especially if you have a severe addiction or are trying to help someone you love. It may be made more difficult by the geographical limitations of the Isle of Wight.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we can help you in your journey to recovery or, if you are seeking support for someone you know, we can signpost you towards various clinics and offer intervention. By calling us today on 0800 140 4690 we can help provide guidance and support.

Do I need to attend rehab?

Ask yourself the following questions to determine if you need professional help:

Has your substance abuse spiraled? Can you go without administering drugs or alcohol for 24 hours? Does the thought of your chosen substance consume you? Do you keep your drug or alcohol use a secret from friends or family?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then rehab may be for you. Once you acknowledge that you have a drug or alcohol addiction you may believe you can stop any moment you like. This can be very dangerous and even fatal. We advise you to get in touch with us immediately so we can offer you support and residency at a local rehab clinic.

Attempting to stop by yourself, often referred to as ‘going cold turkey’, can leave you experiencing painful withdrawal symptoms without the tools to properly manage them.

By attending rehab, we can help you detox in a safe environment overseen by medical professionals. Our staff can also prescribe medication should you need it.

Trying to detox at home can result in your addiction worsening as you relapse and use drugs or alcohol again. Not only can rehab in Ryde enable you to withdraw from drugs and alcohol in a safe place, but it can help you psychologically overcome your addiction too so you can aim for a brighter future.

What types of addiction can be treated at rehab?

At Rehab 4 Addiction we offer support and guidance for many types of addiction. Some of the addictions we specialise in are:

  • Cocaine addiction
  • Cannabis addiction
  • Heroin addiction
  • Benzodiazepine addiction
  • Sex and love addiction
  • Food addiction

By speaking to our team of trained advisors we can discuss your particular addiction in more detail and help you get the support you need. We can offer referrals to local rehab clinics and help you overcome your addiction as soon as possible.

Do you only offer private referrals?

Whilst the NHS can offer excellent help for drug and alcohol addiction these services are often highly sought after and can result in long waiting lists. Many patients struggling with addiction then lose hope and end up relapsing.

We offer private treatment as a way of seeking immediate and personalised help, tailored to your needs as an individual. Obtaining treatment privately can reap a wide range of benefits including same-day admission. By choosing to receive treatment privately you will have access to around-the-clock care in a luxurious facility.

Our staff offer support at all times and private treatment often means you have a great chance of staying in recovery in the future. At Rehab 4 Addiction we offer aftercare as part of our treatment plans meaning you have the right to attend support groups and call us for up to a year after your time at rehab has ended.

The things you learn during treatment can help you stay sober and create a life free from substance use.

How will you know which rehab is for me?

At Rehab 4 Addiction we don’t believe in prescribing a one-size-fits-all kind of attitude to our clients and their treatment. We understand you as an individual and value your needs as well as your expectations of treatment and recovery.

For us to refer you to a rehab clinic in Ryde we first have to determine if this method of treatment is suitable for you. We can do this by conducting a pre-admission assessment in which we ask you to remain as honest as possible about your drug and alcohol addiction.

By doing so we can provide you with the treatment you need. This may be the first time you’ve openly spoken about your addiction; we know it can be scary, but it is worth it.

Based on the information we gather we can then pass it on to the rehab clinic we believe best suited to your needs. If they believe you are a suitable candidate for treatment, then we can begin admission. We will always remain in touch with you during this process and ensure that the treatment offered is bespoke to you and your needs.

What’s next?

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, get in touch with us immediately. We can help you seek treatment from a clinic in Ryde that can allow you to gain control of your life.

We have helped thousands of people across the UK choose a happier future free from addiction, and we urge you to do the same. Our helpline advisors are ready to see you into a drug and alcohol-free life so call us today on 0800 140 4690 or complete an enquiry form and one of our friendly staff will be in touch as soon as possible.

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