Rehab 4 Addiction

Recovering from addiction is already hard enough – you don’t need the added stress of trying to figure out where to go and what to do. That’s what Rehab 4 Addiction is here for. Here, we’ll tell you everything you could ever need to know about drug and alcohol rehab in St Neots, as well as recovery from addiction in general.

Recovering with Rehab 4 Addiction

If you choose to seek out drug and alcohol rehab in St Neots with Rehab 4 Addiction, we’ll craft a personalised plan specifically for you. If you’re new to the world of addiction recovery, you might not have considered the importance of this.

But every single case of addiction is different – different outside circumstances, different addictive substances, different traumas you might need to work through, different overall personalities of the people getting help. Addiction is large and complex and doesn’t have a one size fits all solution, as handy as that would be.

Specifying what you need right from the start is one of the best things that can be done. That’s why all Rehab 4 Addiction treatment plans are made when you initially contact us, as the first step in your individual journey. The next step will most likely be some form of assisted detox, then it will diverge depending on what came up in the earlier conversation.

Some of the treatments you may be directed towards include various kinds of therapy and counselling, reflexology, massages and support groups like alcoholics anonymous. Addiction works on two levels: a mental one and a physical one.

Conquering both is what makes addiction so hard to manage, which is why we offer a range of treatments as listed above, that cover both sides.

Why residential rehab could be right for you

There are also two different paths you could take with the kind of rehab you go through. The two main categories? Inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient, or residential rehab, is the kind that we’re focusing on today. It’s designed for those with a moderate to severe addiction and

Residential rehab could be the right choice for you if you would benefit from having lessened access to addictive substances while you recover and if you would benefit from having continual access to treatment.

On a surface level, addiction might seem very easy to deal with – but as we’ve highlighted here, there are many complex factors behind it. If you’ve acknowledged that you have a problem, then it’s best to seek professional help as soon as possible. If you leave it, the problem could get much worse and treatment could get much more difficult.

To get more technical, at Rehab 4 Addiction we have a few key signs to understand if a person needs some kind of rehab, whether it’s inpatient or outpatient. These are:

  • Neglecting responsibilities due to your addiction, primarily being hungover under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • It’s affected your work life, whether it’s through unemployment or disciplinary action
  • Those around you, especially loved ones, have noticed a change in your behaviour, or if you’re lying to them about it.
  • Toxic habits leading to financial difficulties
  • You want to stop consuming the addictive substance but can’t
  • Attempts to stop have failed and/or have resulted in withdrawal symptoms
  • You’re considering suicide or self harm

If you’ve read through that list and some of the things on it seem all too familiar, it’s probably a good idea to reach out.

Drug and alcohol rehab in St Neots

We’ve already discussed the different options for treatments and you’ll be glad to hear that nearly all of them are available near St Neots! This includes support groups, therapy and residential rehabs.

There are also lots of aftercare options available to you locally – programmes like alcoholics anonymous, Narcotics anonymous and SMART recovery will always be around, in addition to all the therapy we mentioned earlier.

And remember that if you’re ever struggling, even if you feel like you’ve been through all of this and exhausted all of your options (as well as yourself), you can always get back in touch with us and we’ll help pick you back up.

Addiction is a lifelong battle – but with the right help and support, you have the strength within you to keep fighting. All of our team are all living their lived ‘in recovery’. You can contact us today on 0800 140 4690.


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