Rehab 4 Addiction

In Stourport On Severn there are drug and alcohol rehabilitation services to suit each individual. Whatever your circumstances, there will be treatment options. All backgrounds and people are catered for.

Whether your addiction is mild, moderate, or severe, there are professional teams with high-end services ready to support you in your quest to reduce or cut out alcohol and drugs.

People go to rehab for different reasons. Some might be seeking the start of a new life of recovery and abstinence. Others go to have a break from the substance.

For people with the most severe addiction it could be the last chance to choose life over a terminal diagnosis. Whatever the reason, there is a space for you at rehab.

Going to rehab to stay may feel daunting. After many years with every thought and behaviour geared towards an addiction, the idea of stopping can be overwhelming. It’s true that the treatments and therapies you’ll engage with won’t be easy either.

In order to gain sobriety, however, you must be prepared to make new and different choices to the ones that have been supporting your habit. As hard as this might be to quit, living a life solely focused on drinking and doing drugs results in a lifestyle that is even harder.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we know that you can gain sobriety. So long as you’re ready and determined to do what it takes, you can change your life and future.

What happens at rehab?

At rehab, residents gain medical, psychological and emotional support. The team of staff work towards giving you the healthiest foundation for recovery.

The start of a residential means detox. This is especially important for those living with physical dependencies. Doctors are available to prescribe and oversee medical detoxes. These last between 7-10 days.

After detox, psychological and emotional therapies begin. Staff lead people through one-to-one and group sessions where they learn how to face triggers and cravings. This is also the time when the underlying causes of addictions are unravelled.

Preparing people to take control of their choices means showing people how to control patterns of thought and resulting behaviours. All of this is worked on.

At the end of rehab, an aftercare plan is put in place. There are groups and sessions that can be accessed for 12 months after the initial stay. An aftercare plan helps to ensure people maintain their resolve and keep accepting support. This enables recovery on into the future.

Is it a good idea to stay at a rehab centre near where I live?

There are various viewpoints on this and ultimately it’s up to you. In Stourport On Severn there are inpatient and outpatient options.

Historically, people have chosen to attend rehab at a town some distance from where they live. For some this works. It provides a totally new environment and this can be very useful.

Nowadays, people are given the option to go to a local rehab. Doing so means that there are increased opportunities around therapies.

When a person stays near to where they live, family therapies are easier to navigate because people can easily get to the centre. Many find comfort in being in a familiar area when going through an uncomfortable experience.

Finally, breaking a habit and successfully managing triggers in a place you usually succumb to triggers can be very effective in helping you to repeat the positive behaviour.

Are you ready to say goodbye to drugs and alcohol?

No matter what challenges there are in life, there’s never a “right time” to face them. When a person says they want to wait for a specific time it’s usually because they aren’t prepared to face cutting the substance out of their life.

This can be because the drink and drugs are still enjoyed in some way, or because of the amount of work needed to overcome the addiction.

It’s incredibly hard for many people to stop using a substance. This is why support and expert knowledge and guidance is required.

A person might be ready to go to rehab yet say it isn’t the right time. This can be due to fear of not feeling totally equipped. The nature of attending a rehab means that people are fully supported in every aspect to have a comfortable detox and to start appropriate therapies.

There are doctors, psychiatrists, therapists, and mental health nurses around to support you. A residential means staying with peers too, people who are experiencing very similar addictions, cravings, and triggers as you.

A personalised referral process

Perhaps you want to find out more. Maybe you’ve decided that you definitely want to go to rehab or access local outpatient alcohol and drug services. You’ll want the most suitable treatment option for you in Stourport On Severn. At Rehab 5 Addiction, we know the importance of a personalised referral process.

When you contact us, we hold a pre-assessment which allows us to gather all the necessary information from you to understand your rehabilitation requirements.

The severity of the addiction will be taken into account along with your lifestyle and day-to-day commitments. Considering your budget will also influence our recommendations. A stay at rehab is one of the most worthwhile investments people can make.

One of our highly trained members of staff will talk you through the options available for you. At this time, you also get the opportunity to ask any questions you might have.

Rehab 4 Addiction wants you to have the smoothest referral process possible. After the assessment, you’ll then be fully supported into a swift entry into drug or alcohol services.

What do you do next?

All you have to do now is contact Rehab 4 Addiction and say you want to find out more about alcohol or drug treatment in the Stourport On Severn area.

You’ve already taken a huge step by admitting you have an addiction, the next step is choosing to have treatment.

There will be tough days where all feels helpless, but people recover every single day. You can too. All of our team are all living their lived ‘in recovery’. All of our team are all living their lived ‘in recovery’. You can contact us today on 0800 140 4690.

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