Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Waltham Cross

Rehab 4 Addiction is an advocacy and referral service that can help you access bespoke addiction treatment in the Waltham Cross area.

Are you worried about your consumption of drugs or alcohol? Are you watching from the sidelines as someone you love battles with addiction?

If so, we are here to help.

By calling our team today on 0800 140 4690 you can kickstart your journey to recovery.

If you are currently living in the Waltham Cross area, we can begin your pre-admission assessment so that you can enter a local facility as soon as possible.

The pre-admission assessment is nothing to be worried about. It helps us gather more information about your relationship with drugs and alcohol, your goals for treatment and your budget.

All of these things allow us to determine your physical and psychological needs so that we can begin to source the best local clinics that suit your requirements.

By calling us today you are under no obligation and can talk to our friendly team about any worries or concerns you may have.

Why is private treatment advocated?

Although private treatment isn’t always the cheapest option, we can help you find a clinic that fits your budget. You can also explore payment methods through plans or medical insurance.

Private rehab often prides itself on no hidden costs with one lump sum paid before admission.

At a residential facility, you will be expected to undergo treatment for around 28 days. You may feel worried about moving away from home during this time, but it is important to remember that this is all temporary.

Most clients feel that they need to be removed from their home environment to make progress.

A private residential facility can act as a neutral space and most are fitted out to luxurious standards.

This means that during your time in treatment you can gain access to high-quality amenities such as gyms, massage rooms, hot tubs, and swimming pools.

Entering a residential facility can allow you to commit and invest yourself into treatment without any of the distractions found at home or elsewhere.

You may also begin to see it as an opportunity for you to remove yourself from places surrounded by negative influences.

This is also the difference between public treatment offered by the NHS and outpatient care. Whilst both of these treatment forms can be beneficial, they require you to attend a clinic each day whilst living at home.

For many people, this can cause triggers to present themselves and relapses to occur as there is less of a routine and structure available.

What are the underlying causes of addiction?

For hundreds of thousands of people in the UK, mental health problems cause them to turn to drugs and alcohol.

Normally this is because substances are used as a coping mechanism for things such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Most people tend to use drugs and alcohol as a quick fix. Taking these things might feel nice at the time but there are many negative effects on both the body and mind after prolonged use.

If you are struggling with the psychological effects of addiction, we will always advise you to enter residential treatment.

We won’t deny that many clients do not like the thought of residential rehab and are reluctant to commit but by speaking to our team we aim to take away any anxieties and worries you may have.

We can also break down any misconceptions you may have surrounding rehab, so you are in a far better position to begin your journey to sobriety.

There are, of course, also a variety of factors that also cause addiction such as your social environment, genetics, stress, trauma, and abuse.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we will always treat you as an individual and promise to offer professional support and guidance during this time in your life.

What is detoxing?

If you are dependent on a substance such as drugs or alcohol you will be required to complete a detox programme at your chosen facility.

Detox programmes allow the body to expel any toxins that have built up during your addiction.

Undergoing this in a medical facility may sound intimidating but you are in the safest hands and staff will be able to oversee you at all times ensuring your safety and wellbeing are made a priority.

We can’t deny that this is a hard part of addiction treatment. You will find yourself tested physically and psychologically but if you are committed to recovery there is no reason why you shouldn’t succeed.

You may have questions regarding detoxing at home too. At Rehab 4 Addiction we do not advise this as it can bring with it a host of fatal effects.

Detoxing at home means you have no access to medical supervision or medication to help ease withdrawal symptoms.

Your best chance of success is to detox at a residential facility. Here you can find yourself in professional care 24 hours a day.

Staff at your chosen clinic will be able to monitor and help you during this hard time which is significantly better than attempting yourself at home.

Once you have completed your detox programme you can begin to partake in a variety of therapies, all designed to help heal your mind.

Make the best decision of your life

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand that each person struggles with addiction in different ways. Because of this, we offer the best treatment options to help you enter sobriety.

We aim to work with you throughout every step of the treatment process and can help to identify your preferences so that you will find all of our recommendations favourable.

Once you have completed treatment you can begin to return to your life but with a positive mindset and healthy coping mechanisms.

Staff will also help you create a relapse prevention plan during your time in rehab so that you are well equipped to deal with any issues should they arise.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 to find out more about the personalised care we offer.


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