If you or a loved one is suffering the effects of addiction, you may not know where to turn. But luckily, that’s what Rehab 4 Addiction is here for. To help you sort through the mess that can be this very difficult journey.
You may also be looking for rehab treatment that’s closer to home. Luckily, Rehab 4 Addiction has locations and resources for drug & alcohol rehabs in Kent, as well as many other kinds of addiction.
Here, we’ve gone through what we anticipate to be some of your most pressing questions, in the hopes that we’ll be able to clear up some of the confusion.
Looking over an overwhelming number of options, you may be questioning if now is the right time to seek help. Will it get better if you simply leave it for a while? Unfortunately, this is a bit too idealistic.
The truth is it will always be very difficult to recover from addiction without the support of professionals. For this reason, it’s important to reach out as soon as you can. In addition, the worse your addiction is the more urgent it may be to get help before it’s too late.
As we’ve touched on previously, most people go into this process inexperienced and that can make it hard to know what kind of treatment you need to access.
When you first speak to Rehab 4 Addiction we’ll develop a personalised treatment plan. To use an example, someone with a moderate alcohol addiction would not have the same experiences as someone with a severe addiction to prescription medication.
You can’t treat both of them in the same way in some kind of bizarre one size fits all system. So what is the solution? At Rehab 4 Addiction when we speak to people who need help, the first thing we do is direct them towards specified treatment.
This personalised treatment could take many forms, including:
Support from Rehab 4 Addiction doesn’t just stop when you’ve come home from residential treatment or finished an at-home assisted detox. It’s important to know from the start that this is a continual journey and as such Rehab 4 Addiction has a variety of aftercare treatments available.
These include the support groups we talked about earlier, as well as continued access to therapy and workshops.
And remember that if you’re struggling you can always call us again and check back in, to get as much help and support as you need.
Call us today on 0800 140 4690, and take the first steps into your new life.