Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Wadebridge

Though at times it may not feel like it, there is hope.

Though at times it may feel like there is no end in sight to your suffering, there is help.

And, though at times it may feel like that help is unreachable, there is Rehab 4 Addiction.

We are here to offer our advisory and referral services to anyone experiencing a drug or alcohol addiction.

With our support and guidance, you could soon be placed in a suitable and local drug and alcohol rehab in Wadebridge, and on your way to a full and long-term recovery.

We know just how debilitating an addiction can be, and how confusing searching for the right treatment is when you are attempting to juggle so much.

This is why we are here. With our speedy admissions process and simple assessments, we work to match you up with your perfect treatment facility and treatment methods, giving you the best possible chance at a new life.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in our online form to see how we can assist you on your road to recovery, or to begin an enquiry for yourself.

Our philosophy

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we pledge to assist, guide, and offer our services to any individual in need.

Our purpose is to help those struggling to deal with substance and behavioural addictions to seek the treatment they need, and to support them throughout their journey to recovery.

To do this, we cannot discriminate between individuals. We do not and will not ever treat clients differently than others due to their addiction, race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, or sexuality.

We try our best to uphold these values, as well as maintain Rehab 4 Addiction is a safe, judgement-free space where clients can feel comfortable discussing sensitive and personal topics.

If you feel that we can do better, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Can I recover at home?

A question you are likely to have asked yourself on your search for addiction treatment is, can I recover at home?

The answer to this question is complicated, as it relies on many different factors such as your character, your addiction, and other personal aspects of your life.

It is possible for some clients to recover at home, whether that be through 100% DIY detoxes and at-home treatment, or through outpatient treatment where a majority of the time you reside at home but visit the clinic of your choosing regularly.

However, this is not always the case for every client.

This is because recovering at home can come with many drawbacks.

Drawbacks are commonly negated when it comes to residential treatment in a drug and alcohol rehab in Wadebridge.

One of the main obstacles faced when recovering at home is the lack of support throughout your attempt to withdraw.

If you are someone who has access to a supportive network of friends and family members, then you may be more likely to succeed in an at-home recovery than those who are not so lucky.

If you have no one to help or support you through the process of detoxing and withdrawing, then it can become almost impossible to safely carry out these processes, and avoid cravings and temptations at the same time.

If done incorrectly, without supervision, or without the right medical knowledge, a drug and alcohol detox can turn south quickly, and in severe cases, can even cause death to the individual.

When alone you are also much more susceptible to temptations and will struggle to avoid them much more than if you had assistance from another person or multiple persons.

Recovering at home also brings with it easier access to further substances.

Nowadays it is easier than ever to order drugs and alcohol straight to your front door, and without the support mentioned earlier, this only makes cravings that much harder to ignore when you are as vulnerable as you are whilst withdrawing.

In a residential rehab programme, no substances are allowed on-site at the rehab, meaning it will be impossible to gain access to drugs or alcohol, no matter how much you wanted to.

Though this can sound daunting at first, it is a highly effective and necessary component of recovery.

Another aspect of treatment that you miss out on when recovering at home is therapy.

Through therapy and counselling at rehab, you can hope to learn more about yourself and your addiction, identify your personal triggers, learn how to avoid them, discover new coping techniques to replace old ones, and overall prepare yourself for a substance-free life back home.

Treating these psychological factors of addiction is crucial if a full and long-lasting recovery is sought, but at home, this is rarely even thought of.

This can mean that even if the physical side of addiction is treated with a withdrawal from substances and a full drug and alcohol detox, the impact from the forgotten mental side of addiction can still cause an unwanted relapse to occur.

For these reasons and many more, we will almost always be recommended a residential rehab programme through a drug and alcohol rehab in Wadebridge over a risky at-home recovery option. Rehab is the most effective route to recovery from drugs or alcohol and is the only option that offers the most benefits to clients with the least amount of disadvantages.

Recovering in rehab means that you have a constant support network surrounding you, even if you may not have one at home, it means that you have no access to further substances, that both aspects of addiction are treated properly, that detoxes are safely carried out by professionals, and that you are given the highest chance of living a life in recovery after your stay.

All this under the one roof, too.

For more information on what a drug and alcohol rehab in Wadebridge could offer you, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us via 0800 140 4690, or by filling in our online form to receive a callback.


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