Rehab 4 Addiction

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of drug and alcohol treatment options in Sheffield. These treatment options include outpatient and residential detox and rehab clinics. You receive a chemically assisted detox followed by a series of therapy sessions.

Therapy sessions are conducted by highly qualified psychologists who help you identify and then neutralise thoughts and feelings that promote addictive behaviours.

Our Sheffield treatment partners treat most varieties of addiction include drug, alcohol and behavioural addictions. Rehab or outpatient treatment requires a commitment of time and energy.

It is not possible to reverse many years’ worth of drug or alcohol abuse in a week or two. The road to recovery requires hard work and attention.

Fortunately, most of this work is conducted for you by professional staff.

To book into a Sheffield-based drug or alcohol rehab, call us today on 0800 140 4690.

How does the pre-treatment assessment work?

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction we conduct an assessment over the telephone. Here you must answer a series of questions relating to your addiction. We determine the severity and duration of your addiction to drugs, alcohol or gambling.

This information determines how we recommend treatment providers. Sheffield’s treatment providers may be suitable for certain people but not for others. The assessment allows us the ability to effectively match your treatment needs to a selection of treatment providers.

Following your assessment, we pass your details onto treatment providers who contact you directly. Of course, we shall obtain your permission before this step is taken. You now gain access to multiple treatment providers in less than ten minutes.

Using Rehab 4 Addiction will therefore circumvent many hours worth of stressful research you would otherwise be required to undertake.

How does rehab treatment work?

The treatment you receive largely depends upon the nature of your addiction. If you are addicted to alcohol, heroin or methadone then you must complete a medically assisted detox.

This is because these drugs cause a physical addiction where cell structures in the brain have been altered due to addiction. Detox precipitates physical withdrawal symptoms that must be controlled using medication.

These medications prevent seizure, hallucinations and cardiac arrest. Other drugs such as cocaine, ketamine and behavioural addictions such as gambling do not involve physical withdrawal symptoms.

Your addiction is said to be ‘perceived’ rather than physical. Here you do not require a detox.

In both scenarios, you will require therapy sessions. These sessions include psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. Therapy aims to defuse negative emotions that promote your addictive tendencies.

Therapy requires time in order to be correctly implemented. For this reason, we recommend you attend therapy for at least fourteen days on a residential basis and then up to a year on an outpatient basis.

This commitment to therapy significantly reduces the risk of relapse during your fragile first year in recovery.

What is the importance of extended care/aftercare?

Extended care is also known as ‘aftercare’. Extended care is vital for long-term recovery. Sheffield’s treatment providers offer a generous extended care package. This care lasts for around twelve months.

Extended care sessions take place either at a residential or an outpatient treatment unit. You will generally attend these therapy sessions at least once a week. Treatment providers hold these sessions typically on a Saturday.

This ensures the maximum amount of people are able to attend.

Therapy sessions typically take place in group settings, although you will also take part in one-to-one sessions with a therapist. Extended care is vital during the first six months of recovery. This is because you are most at risk of experiencing relapse during this time.

Below we list times, dates and venues for Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings taking place in Sheffield:

 

Town Venue Day Time
Sheffield Lunch Rm 46, Victoria Hall, Norfolk St Friday 13:00
Sheffield Morning Solution Room 46, Victoria Hall, Chapel Walk Saturday 10:00
Sheffield Step Lunchtime Room 46, Victoria Hall Methodist Church, Norfolk St Wednesday 13:00
Sheffield: Beginners Houlden Hall, 11 Norfolk Row Wednesday 19:00
Sheffield: Lunch Rm 49, Victoria Hall, Chapel Walk Monday 13:00

How can I find out more information?

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today for an assessment to learn about addiction treatment options in Sheffield and across South Yorkshire. During this assessment, we assess your unique treatment needs. With your permission, we refer your details to several treatment providers located throughout the Sheffield area.

Call today on 0800 140 4690 or contact us through this website.

Rehab 4 Addiction offers drug and alcohol rehab options across Yorkshire, including Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, Middlesbrough, York, Wakefield, Hull, Doncaster, Barnsley, Halifax, Huddersfield, Harrogate, Rotherham, and Cleveland.

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