Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Thirsk

Have you noticed a change in your behaviour due to addiction? Are you worried about a friend or family member and believe they would benefit from professional help?

Addiction can spiral out of control very quickly and destroy many aspects of your life. At Rehab 4 Addiction, we advise you to reach out for our help as soon as possible.

If your addiction is left untreated, it can cause havoc on both your physical and psychological health.

If you have already taken that brave step and believe you need help, our team can support you today.

One of the hardest steps is acknowledging your problem and realising that you can’t treat your addiction on your own.

Our team are full of friendly and compassionate individuals, many of them also in lifelong recovery.

If you are worried about your use of drugs or alcohol or are concerned about a loved one’s consumption, we urge you to call us today on 0800 140 4690 and allow us to offer you guidance during this challenging time.

How can Rehab 4 Addiction help me?

By deciding to call us today you can expect to speak to a compassionate human about the hardships you are facing.

We can assist you with zero delays and help you access all of your options surrounding addiction treatment.

Unlike the treatment offered by the NHS or charity services in Thirsk, there are no waitlists for our services.

We help all clients seek the assistance they need immediately and although private rehab isn’t the cheapest option, we offer a handheld approach at all times to ensure you are made a priority throughout every stage of the process.

We make sure that the clinics we offer our clients can provide bespoke treatment programmes and individualised care at all times.

By calling our team today we can begin our pre-admission assessment which can help us to source the most suitable treatment programmes and clinics that cater to your needs.

Our staff almost always recommend inpatient treatment, otherwise known as residential treatment, as this has proved to offer the most benefits and can significantly increase your chances of long-term sobriety.

Treatment programmes usually last around 28 days meaning you can then return home.

Your return home should enable you to put into place all the skills and knowledge learnt at rehab to ensure a smooth transition from treatment to the home environment.

Residential treatment can offer a home away from home with no distractions or negative influences available. This means you can focus entirely on yourself and your recovery, paving the way for your success.

What are the signs of addiction?

There are many signs that someone is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction. Being able to recognise these signs is important as you can help a friend or loved one seek the treatment they deserve.

One of the biggest signs to look out for is changes to their physical appearance followed by a change in behaviour. People suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction may feel confused, angry, paranoid, and depressed.

You may also notice that they have recently lost a lot of weight, have red eyes, discoloured skin, and are also suffering from insomnia.

Approaching someone you love about their addiction can feel tough. You may be worried about how they will react and what you can do to help them.

If you are unsure how to approach this conversation, we ask that you first call us as we can offer you advice.

What is a detox programme?

Most of the clients we help into treatment have to begin their treatment programme with a detox. This isn’t a pleasant experience, but it is necessary in order to withdraw from addictive substances.

Detoxing at a medical clinic can help you remove all toxins that have built up in the body due to substance abuse.

This causes the body to undergo withdrawal symptoms which are very unpleasant but can be effectively managed at all times by medical staff.

Withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous if you attempt to detox at home which is why, at Rehab 4 Addiction, we never advocate for any of clients to try this alone.

If completed correctly a detox can significantly boost your chances of recovery. Taking part in this programme at a medical facility can help you heal your body in a safe environment.

Staff are available to monitor your progress and can help you with any discomfort experienced.

Detoxes can take around ten days to two weeks depending on the severity of your addiction. Once this programme is completed you will then be able to move on to therapy.

What does dual diagnosis mean?

Upon your arrival at your chosen rehab facility, you will be assessed both physically and psychologically, as previously mentioned.

This is so staff can cater treatment programmes to your needs and can see what you need to succeed. It is during this point that they can diagnose any underlying mental health conditions.

For many people, this is the reason an addiction has developed.

Mental health treatments are offered at residential facilities but unfortunately not through many outpatient treatments or NHS treatments which can leave many clients prone to relapsing.

Dual diagnosis treatment is a huge benefit to residential rehab and can help clients understand the root of their addiction whilst simultaneously working on improving their mental health.

It ultimately means that you can begin treating your addiction and mental health conditions at the same time.

Call our team today

If you are ready to see a change in your life and have recognised your problem with drugs or alcohol, call our team today on 0800 140 4690.

You may have already taken the brave step of admitting you have a problem; in which case we urge you to contact us today.

The sooner you contact us the sooner we can help you access the high-quality treatment you deserve.

Let us help you leave behind your addiction forever.


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