Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Shepshed

Do you live in the Shepshed area? Are you currently struggling with an addiction? Unfortunately, there are thousands of people in the UK in the same position.

This places a high demand for NHS treatment with long waiting lists and failure to secure a personalised programme.

By calling the team at Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690 we can ensure you receive tailored treatment for your every need.

We are here to help you begin your journey to recovery and can provide instant advice and support.

Our services are immediate meaning no long waits for referral or admission.

Call today to begin your pre-admission assessment and let our team discuss the amazing benefits rehab can provide.

What is residential rehab?

Residential rehab is a form of treatment in which you leave your home environment in favour of staying at a local clinic. It has been considered by many the most effective form of addiction treatment.

Staff at your chosen clinic will always take into consideration your requirements so that they can present you with a personalised programme catered to your needs.

Residential rehab can allow you the time and space to recover successfully. Your health and wellbeing are made a priority at all times with staff consistently encouraging you to reach your potential.

Staff at your clinic are specialists in their field with years of experience in treating addiction.

This form of treatment can help you focus solely on sobriety and can allow you to recover in a positive and calm environment.

Removing yourself from your home environment also takes away distractions and triggers. This proves that you are willing to recover and demonstrates a level of commitment before treatment has begun.

Residential rehab also allows you to detox in a secure and controlled environment, minimising the risk of relapse which is significantly higher if done at home.

By choosing residential treatment you will be able to complete a range of high-quality, evidence-based programmes allowing you to heal both mentally and physically.

Staff at your clinic can help you work on creating positive coping mechanisms and healthy skills so that you can begin your new chapter of sobriety in an excellent position.

Why should I select rehab in Shepshed?

You can experience the benefits of localised recovery by selecting a recommended rehab clinic in the Shepshed area.

For most people, selecting a rehab clinic in their local area can promote motivation and a higher chance of long-term recovery.

This is because you will more than likely be familiar with your local area, therefore admission into a clinic won’t be as challenging.

Having family and friends close by can help all parties involved as they can attend therapy sessions with you.

Even knowing they are close by in the local area can help ensure you remain invested in your programme.

However, if this is something you don’t want to engage in then we are happy to discuss treatments further afield when you call us.

We want to make sure that we source the most suitable rehab clinics for our clients and will always keep your best interests at heart.

How confidential are the services provided by Rehab 4 Addiction?

We understand that seeking professional help is a big step. You may be worried about the reaction of friends, family, and even your employer.

However, your admission through Rehab 4 Addiction will remain confidential at all times unless you choose to share this with others.

Attending a residential rehab clinic can ensure you are protected from stigma and judgement.

You will be located in a safe and comforting environment with staff who make your recovery a priority at all times.

Rehab is a very private journey for most people and our team offer zero judgement at all times.

You can call us for free and speak confidentially to a member of our team today by reaching out on 0800 140 4690.

What treatments are on offer at rehab?

The types of treatment on offer will vary for each client. This is a huge benefit to private rehab and allows you to experience a programme dedicated entirely to your needs.

By visiting a rehab clinic in Shepshed you will be provided with a programme that suits your expectations and goals for recovery.

Most clients will have to complete a detox programme before they can move on to therapy. This will promote physical withdrawal in a medically observed environment.

By engaging in a detox programme there is a high likelihood that you will experience withdrawal symptoms.

This can be a very challenging part of the detox programme, but staff are available at all times to help you manage any unpleasantness.

Partaking in a detox programme at a rehab facility is a far better way to overcome the physical effects than doing it at home.

At-home detoxes are never encouraged by Rehab 4 Addiction and can result in very dangerous effects on the body and mind.

Therapies on offer at rehab include, but are not limited to:

These can all help to motivate psychological repair, ensuring you are on your way to a life of sobriety.

Life after rehab

After the completion of your treatment programme, you will gain access to aftercare. This can help you feel supported during the first twelve months of sobriety.

Aftercare will be offered by your chosen clinic and means you can experience weekly therapy sessions, meetings, and community help.

Transitioning back into your home environment can be tricky but we only work with treatment providers who offer aftercare.

We also want you to know that our team are available to offer advice and guidance any time you need it.

If you are worried for yourself or a loved one, call us today on 0800 140 4690. Kickstart the recovery process and accept the help you deserve.


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