Rehab 4 Addiction

If you are concerned you no longer have control of the substances you’re using or are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction Rehab 4 Addiction is here for you. We have a wide range of facilities and treatments available to aid recovery and prevent relapse in the future.

At Rehab 4 Addiction in Uxbridge, we pride ourselves on tailored treatments that take you every step of the way. With our health care professionals on hand to guide you through the whole recovery process, from detoxification, withdrawal management, and relapse prevention through a number of psychiatric programmes.

If you’re looking for a drug & alcohol rehab in Uxbridge, Rehab 4 Addiction can get you where you need to be with our quick and easy consultation process.

We’ll listen to your individual needs and map out a programme that works best for your personal affliction, whether it be substance abuse or drug or alcohol addiction.

We know that every day is important when you’re suffering from addiction and recommend reaching out at the earliest possible time. So, if you’re feeling hesitant to find the right treatment, drop us a call and let us do the work to get you on the right path for you.

Professional Support at Rehab 4 Addiction in Uxbridge

We know that reaching out for help is not an easy task. A lot of people feel embarrassed or ashamed of their addiction, troubles, and behaviours.

But oftentimes these same people go on to say they wish they’d looked for help sooner. Shame should never stop you from seeking help and if you’ve found yourself at a point where you’ve reached our website, that is a clear sign that you’re ready.

From the moment you make the call, we’ll treat you as an individual and aim to mitigate any difficulties experienced in a compassionate and dedicated way.

The first step you must take at Rehab 4 Addiction is to commit to your recovery. Your mindset will need to change alongside your attitude towards addiction and you need to be fully committed to getting clean.

We’ll also recommend you give us insight into your familial life and any close relationships that may be affected by your substance abuse or addiction. We’ll need to understand your support network and those around you who can aid in your post-rehab recovery.

When you reach out to our drug & alcohol rehab in Uxbridge, you’ll begin with an initial assessment consultation, which is completely free and confidential.

Here, we’ll outline your troubles and hesitations, understand your support network and get to know what you’re looking for in terms of treatments as we offer a wide range of in and outpatient programmes.

Once completed, and you’re ready to begin a recovery plan with us, we’ll draw up a drug or alcohol rehabilitation programme tailored exactly to your needs.

We believe that choosing the right treatment for you is essential to long-term recovery and relapse prevention. Rehab 4 Addiction in Uxbridge will ensure you’re provided with the appropriate drug & alcohol rehab for you in your area. We want to be there for you every step of the way.

Understanding Dual Diagnosis

After your initial assessment, you’ll be welcomed into our drug & alcohol rehab in Uxbridge to view our facilities first-hand. Here, we’ll introduce to you our keyworkers who will be alongside you throughout the duration of your rehabilitation from drug or alcohol addiction.

It’s here where we’ll get to know you more as an individual. At Rehab 4 Addiction we know addiction is different for everyone, and that means that rehabilitation is different for everyone too.

Through identifying the root of the addiction, we can pinpoint any underlying mental health conditions you may be experiencing, whether that be prior to the addiction or as a result of your substance abuse.

If we do identify any mental health issues, we will then begin to provide separate mental health support alongside your detoxification and rehabilitation recovery. This will aid you in a brighter mindset and alleviate triggers in the future. Understanding the root of your problem is the best way to ensure long-term recovery.

This is the key difference between residential drug & alcohol rehab in Uxbridge compared to outpatient solutions. With dual diagnosis, we’re able to treat underlying issues effectively alongside rehabilitation and relapse prevention.

Detoxification, Withdrawal, and Therapy

Most of our clients will need a period of detoxification to flush the substance out of the body and remove the physical need for the drug. Flushing away harmful toxins that may have built up as a result of drug or alcohol abuse.

Your body will have become accustomed to these substances and will crave them during this process but breaking the cycle of dependency is essential to getting your addiction under control.

Although this is an unpleasant process for all, everyone experiences withdrawal differently and we have healthcare professionals on hand to prescribe any medications or support necessary to alleviate these symptoms during the process.

Withdrawal symptoms can vary from mild to dangerous and therefore trying detoxification at home is not often recommended. As we chip away at your access to drugs and alcohol, you’ll experience discomfort, but our caring staff is always on hand, 24 hours a day.

Depending on the severity of your addiction, detoxification can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks, but we will assess your severity prior to the process.

Once you have completed your detox, therapy can begin. At Rehab 4 Addiction in Uxbridge, we offer a wide range of one-to-one therapy alongside support groups and alternative therapies.

For those who struggle to communicate verbally how they’re feeling often find art or music therapies the best way to express their issues and find resolve.

For those who find communicating with other people struggling with similar issues the best way to express and share emotions, support groups are in place for you in our drug & alcohol rehab in Uxbridge.

Listening to fellow addicts and their recovery can uplift and enhance your journey as well as introduce to like-minded people looking for a better future within themselves. This can also lead to a stronger support network outside of your usual familial settings, where you share the journey of another and understand the inner workings of the problem and release together.

Relapse Prevention at Rehab 4 Addiction

Once you have travelled through detoxification, found release during therapy, and acknowledged the triggers or environments that lead you to a dark place, you may begin to wonder what relapse would look like.

However, with the help of our medical professionals, we’ll articulate the signs of relapse and continue to provide you with post-rehab aftercare.

We do not expect you to fend for yourself, our relapse prevention programmes are created with you in mind and the longevity of your recovery. Although you must take this responsibility on yourself, we have steps in place to prevent you from falling backward.

You’ll need to avoid triggering situations, places and people that may tempt you back into drug or alcohol use. However, we are always just a phone call away.

First Consultation

To get started with us today, all you need to do is set aside five to ten minutes of your time for a phone call consultation. It’s completely free and confidential, we’ll let you know a programme best suited to the details you provide on this call so be ready to talk openly with one of our welcoming advisors.

Call today on 0800 140 4690 and we’ll have a chat about your troubles and get you on the right pathway in no time.

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