Rehab 4 Addiction

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a range of drug and alcohol rehab treatments in Somerset. This varies from outpatient, residential and home detox treatment options. The majority of treatment providers we work with in Somerset offer treatment on self-funded bases, although we also offer a number of statutory options.

For more information, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of drug and alcohol rehabs in South West England, including Dorset, Somerset, Devon, Cornwall, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, and Bristol.

Getting help for your addiction

Do you or your loved one struggle with drug or alcohol addiction? Perhaps you’ve lost a job, lost a relationship or struggle with money as a result of your drug or alcohol use. If so, this is strong evidence you suffer from an addiction.

Perhaps you have struggled with an addiction to drugs and alcohol for many years. You may have even sought out treatment in the past but struggled with the all-to-common relapse cycle.

How we can help today

If you relate to the above, at Rehab 4 Addiction we are confident we can help? Why? Because we work with many Somerset rehab treatment providers, and we assess your needs before we make a referral.

This ensures you are put in front of treatment providers who are well placed in helping you overcome your unique addiction problems. This also means you do not risk attending a rehab treatment provider that’s poorly suited to your needs.

Rehab 4 Addiction works with highly reputable rehab treatment providers in Somerset. These providers treat the ‘full gamut’ of addictions, including drug, alcohol, gambling and behavioural addictions.

These centres offer you a range of modern treatment approaches that are highly effective at treating the underlying emotional causes of your addiction. These approaches typically include CBT, 12-steps, psychotherapy and holistic therapies.

What happens during treatment

Each treatment centre we refer you to is required to carry out a full psychiatric assessment when you arrive. This ensures your needs are met. The first hurdle you must overcome is detoxification.

The psychiatric assessment determines the severity of your addiction and your general state of mental health. Based on this information, a tailored detoxification and rehabilitation plan is put in place.

You will be a given a suitable dose of medications designed to treat withdrawal symptoms you will face during the first few days of rehabilitation.

During your detoxification, you will receive supervised medical assistance. This ensures you are fully treated should you suffer from an unexpected yet deadly seizure.

Your medications may be increased should the risk of seizure arise. Medical professionals are on hand 24/7 to ensure you receive ample attention during this testing time.

Getting help for a loved one

Perhaps your loved one resists the notion that professional addiction treatment is needed. If this is the case, Rehab 4 Addiction offers you and your family a timely intervention service in Somerset.

Here, we reach out to your loved one and inform him or her of the need for addiction treatment, and the potential consequences that may arise if treatment is not sought immediately.

All of our interventionists are recovering addicts, so we know exactly what your loved one is facing. This also allows us to approach intervention from an empathetic standpoint your loved one is highly unlikely to resist.

Receive help today

Fed up with your drug or alcohol use? Ready to regain control of your life from the jaws of addiction? If so, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Receive instant rehab treatment in as little as an hour following your initial call. All of our partner rehab clinics in Somerset are CQC inspected.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Somerset, including Yeovil, Weston Super Mare, Taunton, Glastonbury, and Bath.

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