Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Verwood

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand the challenges surrounding drug and alcohol addiction, so if you’re looking for advice or guidance, then we’re here to help.

If you live in the Verwood area, we have a partner rehab facility nearby, so when you’re ready to consider recovery, we can refer you to trustworthy and local rehab facilities in no time.

If you’re concerned about your substance use, but unsure whether you’re experiencing addictive behaviours, we have the knowledge and experience in this area to help you to recognise addiction in yourself.

You’ll need to be honest with us, and with yourself, but whilst it can be frustrating news to discover that you’ve developed an addiction, the sooner you acknowledge the problem, the sooner you can begin your recovery.

We can help with advice, referrals or recommendations of addiction treatment facilities in Verwood, so whatever your needs, contact our team now on 0800 140 4690 or ask for a call back via our web form.

We’re available 24 hours a day and assure you that all conversations with us are completely confidential.

What will happen if I delay addiction treatment?

Addiction is a progressive condition, so by delaying your recovery, you’re simply giving it the opportunity to get worse.

As addictions are easier to treat early on, this means that even with help, you will find it more difficult to recover, the longer you’ve had an addiction present.

That being said, it’s never too late, so if you’ve had a longstanding addiction, there are still recovery options available to you so long as you’re motivated to recover.

Aside from the increase in the intensity of the addictive behaviours, you are also leaving yourself vulnerable to damage to the mind and body.

If you’ve managed to avoid lasting damage so far, then you’re in a great position to begin your recovery journey. When left untreated, both drug and alcohol addictions can lead to life-threatening physical and mental health issues.

Lastly, don’t forget the impact drug and alcohol use has on other aspects of your life. Relationships, career, finances; all of these things can suffer when you’re living with an addiction.

Don’t wait until issues arise in every aspect of your life, address your addiction now, and you can avoid many potential regrets.

Why we recommend residential rehab over outpatient treatments

Residential rehab offers the highest chance of recovery from a moderate to severe drug or alcohol addiction, so we would generally recommend this treatment option above all others.

There are outpatient options available in the Verwood area, however, these are generally only helpful to those with emerging addictions, not for people who have been struggling for some time.

Residential rehab is far more comprehensive, covering both the physical and the psychological aspects of your illness.

Treatments are targeted specifically for your experience with addiction, and this personalised and structured approach to rehab has proven to be much more successful than simply detoxing.

Another benefit to residential rehab is the intensity of the treatment. A typical rehab stay is around 28 days, although they vary based upon need.

During this time you have access to 24-hour support and will have a full schedule of daily treatment sessions, whereas, with outpatient treatments, there is often a wait of a week or more in between sessions, giving you the opportunity to lose your motivation.

Many people owe their ultimate success to the fact that staying at a residential rehab clinic for a substantial duration, kept them away from their usual environment.

This gives you the chance to focus on your recovery without the temptations and negative influences that surround you in your usual daily life.

This is often enough time to become confident in your sobriety and develop tactics to stay motivated when you do eventually complete your rehab and return home to Verwood.

What can I expect from a residential rehab facility in Verwood?

We have a network of partner rehab facilities across the UK, however, if you choose to recover near to home in Verwood, then you can be confident that you’re in safe hands.

All of the rehab facilities that we work with are regulated by the Care Quality Commission, which holds them to high standards of care, no matter the level of luxury accommodation offered.

On admission, you will have a personalised plan developed for you, which will contain medically assisted detox and a range of modern psychotherapy treatment sessions, based on which will be more helpful to you.

Medically assisted detox at a professional clinic offers you the safest possible method of detox, as your withdrawal symptoms will be managed as far as possible, and you will be monitored for your own safety throughout.

Once sober, you’re more able to focus on the psychological aspect of your illness, and through the use of one to one counselling and a range of therapy types, you will begin to uncover the driving factors behind your continued substance use.

You will learn how to control the things that trigger your addictive behaviours, and learn new healthy habits to replace the negative ones.

A wide range of therapy sessions are offered at residential rehab, and they will include treatments such as:

Will I be cured of my addiction permanently?

It’s important not to think of rehab as a cure for addiction. Unfortunately, addiction is a disease that does not currently have a cure, however, it can be very well managed with continued efforts to do so.

We know that the first year post-rehab is the most difficult, as you will need to readjust to your new sober lifestyle, that’s why all of our partner rehab facilities offer extensive aftercare services following your residential stay.

This will include regular progress checks with your counsellors and encouragement to attend local abstinence groups in the Verwood area.

It’s perfectly possible to achieve sustained recovery from your addiction, so long as you’re willing to stay motivated.

This will become much easier once you’re sober and have addressed the issues surrounding your substance use, so what may seem unrealistic now, is honestly possible, you just need to have faith in yourself and the rehab process.

Reach out to Rehab 4 Addiction today

Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to find the care you need, whether this is locally, or you would prefer to recover elsewhere for the sake of anonymity, we can refer you to a reputable rehab provider, without the need to get GP endorsement, or wait on a lengthy list.

Contact our helpful team here at Rehab 4 Addiction today and we can begin the pre-admission process immediately for you.

Our lines are open 24 hours a day on 0800 140 4690. Calls are free of charge and will be treated in the strictest confidence.



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