Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you struggling with alcohol addiction? A difficult thing to admit at times, to those around you and to yourself. But if you’ve realised you need to seek help, you have come to the right place. Rehab 4 Addiction offers a range of rehabilitation and detoxification services for those suffering from alcohol addiction in the Tower Hamlets area.

Rehab 4 Addiction provides tailored advice and referrals to rehab clinics within your local area of Tower Hamlets. We aim to make you feel secure that you’re in the right hands. We know that looking for the right rehab centre can be a task, and often times a stressful one.

But we want to make this a hassle-free process for you. With a high-end referral system that locates the best centre near you, you can feel in safe hands and will no longer need to hunt for the right place.

Is alcohol rehabilitation right for you?

Often times seeking help can be a tough decision to make once you have realised the weight of your struggles. Accepting that you need help and reaching out is simply your first hurdle. Now that you’re here and you’re ready for help, we want you to know that we are with you on your journey.

There are many misconceptions about alcohol rehabilitation. Some people may feel the only option is going ‘cold turkey’, which can be a daunting thought itself and a lonely place to be. Others may believe rehabilitation is not for them, that it might not work, or that they may relapse afterwards. At Rehab 4 Addiction in Tower Hamlets, we want you to know you are not alone. We are here. We are ready to help you on your pathway to recovery.

The main problem with throwing away your alcohol and going ‘cold turkey’ is that the deep-rooted problem is not addressed. It takes away the substance but doesn’t solve the connection and this can often lead to relapse.

Access to alcohol is still there and it is easier to slip into old habits. But you need to learn what it is that lead you to your alcohol addiction. Through addiction therapy we’ll ask you all the important questions to get to the root of this problem.

Alcohol rehabilitation treatment in Tower Hamlets can help you reach this realisation in a safe environment, away from your usual spaces and most importantly, away from alcohol and what triggers your addiction.

Is there alcohol rehabilitation in Tower Hamlets?

One of the top questions that may be running through your head is if there are alcohol rehabilitation centres near you. At Rehab 4 Addiction we know that searching for a rehab centre in your local area can be a stressful task. However, we aim to alleviate this added problem and bring you the right guidance in a timely manner with referrals to clinics tailored to your personal needs.

How does alcohol rehabilitation at Rehab 4 Addiction in Tower Hamlets work?

A pre-admission assessment will be given over the phone by our specialists. Please set aside five minutes to answer some basic questions about your addiction.

Following the assessment, you will then be invited to attend our residential rehabilitation centre in Tower Hamlets. Treatment programmes last for around 10-28 days, depending on the severity of your alcohol addiction and withdrawal symptoms.

At Rehab 4 Addiction in Tower Hamlets, no matter the severity of addiction, all patients receive 24/7 medical attention from our rehabilitation experts. These experts include psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses. Chronic addicts who suffer from depression and anxiety may find themselves better suited to the longer period of stay for better results.

However, acute alcohol withdrawal requires around 5-7 days. During this time, you may be prescribed medications tailored to your withdrawal experience. Upon completion, you will feel ready for counselling.

Detoxification is a great milestone to overcome and the first step on your journey to recovery. You will also receive expert advice on nutrition at our Rehab 4 Addiction centre. Having a healthy body is pivotal to long-term recovery.

Embracing the help from each of our specialists can enhance your quality of life, reduce the risks of relapse and strengthen the road to recovery. We do advise you to stop eating sugary foods and caffeine whilst staying at our residential in Tower Hamlets or across the London region in order to support your body during withdrawal.

Following detox, you will then begin a regime of counselling and therapy sessions. This is where the work really begins. We work together to understand your addiction, identify and isolate negative thoughts, teach you ways of changing your behaviours and provide coping mechanisms to solve addiction triggers away from alcohol.

We also offer holistic therapies at Rehab 4 Addiction in Tower Hamlets. These include mindful meditation, Reiki, reflexology, yoga, music therapy and art therapy.

These therapies can combat previous addiction triggers such as stress and arm you with powerful ways to fight them in future. All of these sessions are facilitated by psychiatrists who hold advanced degrees in substance misuse counselling. These modern therapy techniques include cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy.

If you are ready to take your first step, our alcohol rehabilitation programme in Tower Hamlets is available to both NHS and privately paying patients. Please allow our expertly qualified team to steer you in the right direction and guide you on the road to recovery.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

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