Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and alcohol abuse can not only be detrimental to your psychological health but to your physical health also. And if these abuses become an addiction, they can negatively affect your entire life. From personal relationships to professional goals, there’s nothing a drug and alcohol addiction could destroy.

This is where we come in. Rehab 4 Addiction exists to help you find the treatment you need in order to get your life back on track, in a place best suited to you. We do this by not only taking into account your treatment needs, but your budget needs also.

We are a team of people who once suffered from addiction ourselves, and so we understand the journey you’re about to embark on, and the fight you face in order to reach your rehabilitation destination.

To get booked into a Tynemouth-based drug or alcohol rehab, give us a call on 0800 140 4690.

Start your journey to a better you with Rehab 4 Addiction today.

What you can expect during rehab

You’ve already made the biggest and most important step; decided to seek help for your addiction. By choosing Rehab 4 Addiction, you’ve placed your future in the hands of experts who know exactly what you’re currently and about to go through and will be with you every step of the way.

In Tynemouth, the location of your accommodation will be quiet and picturesque. While safely tucked away from the temptations that are found in the outside world, we guarantee you’ll be observed by leading experts around the clock.

To begin your rehabilitation journey, you must first undertake the detoxification process. This basically means you’ll be avoiding all toxins, to ensure that your system is completely drug and alcohol-free. The detox programme itself generally takes around 5-7 days to be fully completed.

If there’s one thing everyone knows, whether you’ve been through it personally or not, it’s that withdrawal can be a messy and uncomfortable experience. However, you can feel safe in the knowledge during this uncomfortable process, you’ll be monitored by medical professionals at all times.

Then, once you have reached ‘stabilisation’, the same professionals will begin to delve deeper into the more psychological side of your addiction and shall begin treatment by way of various types of therapies.

Rehab and Therapy

Of course, the detoxification process plays an incredibly important role when it comes to your overall rehabilitation treatment experience. However, rehabilitation itself is not only the process of detoxing your body. It actually involves a wide variety of counselling and therapy techniques too, and for a good reason.

It may seem obvious to some, however many others are unaware of the fact that without any sort of therapy and counselling treatment, your sobriety is more likely to not last. This is due to the fact that more often than not, the reason behind your addiction is a psychological one.

While detoxing focuses mainly on the more physical aspect of your addiction, therapy tends to focus more on the psychological aspect of your addiction. In more basic terms, therapy seeks to ask (and more importantly, answer) the question; ‘Why?’. And by doing so, will not only give you a greater chance of getting sober but of staying sober too.

During these therapy sessions, the aim will be to uncover what emotional causes may be the root of your addiction. Once this is achieved, you will then be equipped with the tools and techniques created to help you overcome whatever these causes may be, and most significantly, to do so in ways that do not involve drug and alcohol consumption.

Life after rehab

In order for you to receive the most sufficient, and therefore successful, care possible, our highest recommendation for treatment in Tynemouth combines both residential and outpatient treatment. This is because the more treatment that is available to you, the higher chance you have of staying sober once your rehabilitation journey has come to an end. Outpatient treatment is provided via what is known as ‘aftercare sessions’.

Aftercare sessions give you the opportunity to return to your treatment centre for either weekly or bi-weekly check-ups, depending on preference. These sessions more often than not happen during a weekend in order to benefit you most. Holding aftercare sessions over the weekend means there’s less of a chance that they’ll clash with any other commitments you may have during the week, such as going to work.

It will also benefit you to know the location of your areas local Alcoholics Anonymous group within Tynemouth and all of its surrounding areas if need be.

How much could rehab cost?

When it comes to cost and expenses when concerning drug and alcohol rehab, it can pretty much vary depending upon what centre you decide to use, the length of time you must stay at the centre and whether or not you choose to either sleep in a single or multiple occupancy room. Luckily there are a vast amount of options available to you, giving you a chance to select the one best suited to your circumstances.

For example, if you decided to go for a 28-days rehab stint, you’d be looking at paying around £8,000-£10,000 for a single occupancy room. However, if you chose to reside in a multi-occupancy room, the cost would be around £6,000.

If you’d rather go with a 10-day detox and single occupancy room, the price ranges sit around £3,000-£6,000. Again, if you’d rather have a multi-occupancy room, the price would vary from £2,000 to £4,000.

There is also the option to undergo a home detox, which means you wouldn’t have to take up residency in a rehab centre at all. This may sound ideal for some, and it can certainly be the cheaper of the options, however, it also means that you have no shielding at all from potential temptations. In any case, home detoxes have been known to work for many people.

For a home detox, you can expect to pay around £1,500. As mentioned above, the cost of drug and alcohol can vary, and it may be the case that we inform you of the exact prices you should expect to pay for rehabs local to your area once we’ve spoken to you directly.

For more accurate information, please feel free to contact our helpline today.

How are we able to help you?

Whatever your individual addiction needs may be, we aim to get you the treatment best suited to you and your own personal circumstances. But how does Rehab for Addiction achieve this?

When you first get with our team, the first thing we’ll do is carry out a short assessment. The reason behind this is so that we are able to match you with the most perfect addiction treatment clinic in Tynemouth for you as possible.

In fact, chances are we will recommend up to a handful of clinics, depending on your own circumstances. This way we can ensure that we are giving you the best start possible.

Start today and get the help you deserve

If you believe that you’re truly ready to face your drug or alcohol addiction head-on, and do whatever it takes to take back control of your life alongside the experts, get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction today.

You can do this by either calling us on 0800 140 4690 or contacting us through our website here. We are incredibly eager to help you get back to being the best you can be and support you in combating your addiction once and for all.  We offer help and support across Northumberland.

 

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