Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Southminster

If you’re living under the weight of a drug or alcohol addiction and have decided that it’s time to look into recovery options, NHS addiction treatment services are probably the first on your list.

Whilst the NHS does offer an incredibly valuable service nationwide, including drug and alcohol rehabilitation options, the unfortunate reality is that underfunding in this area of medicine has led to substantial waiting lists, meaning that securing the help that you need is incredibly difficult.

The good news is, private rehab is available locally to you in the Southminster area, as well as right across the UK, through our network of partner addiction treatment services.

Although many people will assume that private rehab is out of reach for them financially, there is a wide range of options available to suit different budgets.

There are also some facilities that accept payment plans, with the main priority being that their services are accessible to all.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction for free today on 0800 140 4690, or request a callback through our contact form.

All calls are completely confidential and you are under no obligation and we can talk through the different options available to you, as well as offer advice regarding your illness, should you need it.

What type of treatment is available at a private drug and alcohol rehab facility in Southminster?

Those with well-established drug and alcohol addictions will more than likely be recommended to our residential rehab partners in Southminster, although outpatient treatments are also available in the area.

Addiction is a lifelong condition and therefore there are three distinct recovery stages to work through in order to arrive at a sustained recovery that you can maintain comfortably for years to come.

This consists of detox, psychological care and rehabilitation and aftercare.

Whilst initially unpleasant, detox is an essential part of the process, which sets you up for the remainder of your treatment. It aims to remove all toxins from your system to allow greater focus on your mental health.

Through a private residential rehab centre, this will be carried out at a professional detox clinic, offering a safe environment, where you will be monitored 24/7 and be offered prescription medication to ease the withdrawal symptoms.

The remainder of your residential stay will be spent focussing on diminishing your psychological attachment to drugs and/or alcohol.

Through a range of therapy treatments, you will learn what triggers your substance use, how to unlearn the addictive behaviours and replace them with healthier behaviours, and how to prevent future relapses.

A combination of individual therapy, group therapy and in some cases, family therapy; will help you to understand that you are not alone in your illness and that it’s possible to repair any damage caused by your addiction to date.

Why does private residential rehab result in higher recovery success rates?

Private residential rehab has proven time and time again to be the most effective form of addiction recovery treatment for those with moderate to severe drug and alcohol addictions.

There are a whole host of reasons why this is the case, not least the access to support and care around the clock from doctors and other medical professionals who specialise in this form of addiction treatment.

Many clients also benefit from the isolation from their daily routine and influences, as well as the opportunity to build a new support network and build relationships with other attendees.

Beyond that, this type of rehab facility is designed with calmness and relaxation in mind, which creates an environment that aids focus on your recovery.

Some of the many amenities that you can expect to find in our Southminster based residential rehab centre are:

  • Private en-suite bedrooms
  • Leisure and spa activities
  • Social events and classes
  • Nutritionally balanced meals
  • Other daily needs are taken care of, such as laundry and cleaning
  • Wifi and access to technology
  • A rural location with privacy and gardens available

Is it possible to make a referral on behalf of a loved one?

If you’re here looking to help someone that you care about, then we can help you to source the addiction recovery services that they need and even help you to set up an intervention.

It’s important to realise, however, that it will be impossible to help an unwilling participant, so those you are referring for treatment must be willing to recover and be committed to the rehab programme.

It’s not easy to approach others about their substance use and although this is usually done from a place of love and concern, you will need to be ready for the potential that you will be met with denial and defensive behaviours.

Denial is, unfortunately, a common trait of those with active addictions, so it’s important to be prepared to be persistent. We can help and support you throughout this process.

Don’t delay, we can begin pre-admission today

Whether you wish to refer yourself or a loved one for addiction treatment, we will be happy to help. When you call, we will need to ask a series of questions surrounding the substance use, such as type, frequency and amount of substances used.

We will also need to be aware of any pre-existing physical or mental health conditions.

This information will allow us to recommend the best course of treatment for you or your loved one. We understand that addiction is a difficult thing to talk about, and our call handlers are highly experienced in this area, with many in recovery themselves.

We are here to answer any questions or concerns that you may have about the referral or rehab process.

Whether you choose to attend drug and alcohol rehab in Southminster or would prefer to travel further from home to recover, we can provide access to a reputable partner who specialises in drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

We won’t need a GP endorsement, as this is a self-referral service, and we can sometimes organise an admission date within hours.

Contact us today at Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

All calls to this number are completely confidential, free of charge and you are under no obligation.


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