Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you located in or around Skelmersdale? Are you struggling to steer clear from the influence of drugs and alcohol? Are you concerned for a loved one or family member who is suffering with an addiction?

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we’re here to help you. Our services are discreet as we offer tailored treatment programmes in a professional and private environment.

We know that many people are suffering from addiction in the U.K. We would like you to know that you are not alone and just by visiting our website you have made a step toward a brighter future free from drugs or alcohol. It is 100% possible for you to enter recovery and live a substance-free life. The road ahead may be tough, but we are by your side the whole way.

We offer rehabilitation centres to clients who are seeking control over their substance misuse. By staying with us in one of our clinics in Skelmersdale you are surrounded by highly trained staff who are willing to help you on your journey.

We consider our rehab clinics as one of the best ways to recover from addiction as you are around others who understand, in a distraction-free zone.

Should I consider residential rehab?

We ask almost all prospective patients to consider residential rehab treatment. We ask this for the main reasons that you are supported 24/7 by staff and peers which means you are far less likely to relapse than in a home setting.

We also provide nutritious meals at all times as well as highly recommended therapy sessions and post-treatment programmes to ensure your safety after you complete your stay with us.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we are dedicated to helping you find the best rehab clinic to combat your addiction. We are also devoted to working alongside you to develop a plan to suit your circumstances and budget as well as your goals for recovery.

There are many ways to contact us if you are interested in entering residential rehab in the Skelmersdale area or even if you just have questions you want to be answered about rehab or addiction.

You can find an online chat service available at all times on our website as well as a phone line to call us and enquiry forms. Our staff is more than welcome to answer any queries you may have.

After your treatment has concluded we also offer aftercare sessions on an outpatient basis that take place each weekend. We want to minimise the risk of relapse and ease you back into reality with the support from our friendly staff and medical professionals.

What causes addiction?

We still don’t know exactly how addictions are formed and each person struggling with addiction has completely different reasons and causes for their use. Drugs and alcohol can immensely change how we feel about ourselves which is a huge indicator into why people rely on and consume these substances.

Being a substance user with addiction means that once you stop using drugs or alcohol you will experience withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms are defined as physical or psychological effects that follow the abrupt discontinuation of drugs or alcohol. These withdrawal symptoms present physically as the dependence the body has on the substance being misused.

Will withdrawal be difficult?

After becoming dependent on drugs your body adapts to the presence of them at all times.

When you stop taking the substance that you are addicted to, the brain goes through many chemical changes. It tries to re-establish a new ‘normal’ meaning the chemistry within your brain is changing very quickly which can produce many negative effects, some that can even be life-threatening. Withdrawal symptoms vary with the severity of each addiction and the particular substance being used.

We don’t want you to experience this difficulty alone and believe that at Rehab 4 Addiction we can provide you with a safe and comfortable place with treatments available such as medical detoxing overseen by professionals.

Detoxing at home can result in a very unpleasant experience, so please call us today on 0800 140 4690 to discuss entering residential rehab in Skelmersdale and across Lancashire.

The only thing we require is your commitment to enter recovery. You must be willing and committed to receiving help and getting better in order for any treatment program to work.

How can addiction affect people?

Addiction affects many people, sometimes it’s not just the addicted person themselves but also their friends and family. Addiction can cause a negative strain on many aspects of your life leading to financial issues, relationship issues, and personal issues.

You may suffer from extreme mental health issues to that can slowly destroy, what feels like, every aspect of your life.

There have been many studies into how addictions are formed and the true extent of addiction on a person and their wellbeing. Some researchers suggest genetics, whilst others contribute addiction to environmental and social factors such as who a person chooses to surround themselves with and if they are drug or alcohol users too.

There may be painful parts of life that cause people to misuse drugs and alcohol as they seek an escape. Grief, loss, money problems and mental health issues can be just a few of the many things that cause people to turn to drugs and alcohol which further spirals into addiction.

Let us help you

Rehab 4 Addiction wants to support you and help you make healthy choices as you enter recovery. We believe everyone deserves a second chance and with your permission, we can pass on your information to treatment providers in Skelmersdale that we believe can help you during this tough time.

We offer a wide range of drug and alcohol rehab across the U.K and depending on your circumstances you could qualify for free or subsidised treatment.

Telephone us on 0800 140 4690 to discuss this further. We are confident we can provide the utmost care to you at this troubling time so get in contact today.

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