Rehab 4 Addiction

Addiction is one of the hardest, most consuming struggles a person can go through – but you don’t have to face these challenges alone. Rehab 4 Addiction has far-reaching treatments covering a wide range of addictions in locations across the UK.

It all starts with a simple chat with one of our experts, where you can discuss your personal circumstances and figure out a way to move forward from there.

Specifically speaking about alcohol rehab in Walthamstow, Rehab 4 Addiction has a number of options for both inpatient and outpatient treatment, which we’ll go into further detail on below.

The first steps

One of the most important steps you can take is to acknowledge that you have a problem and that you need help for said problem. In doing this, you start to take away the power of the addiction and put that power back in your own hands.

This can be one of the hardest stages to overcome for various reasons, including feelings of denial, a fear of what comes next and possibly a fear of what support you might have.

But confronting, processing and defeating these fears will put you on much more steady ground as you proceed with the rest of your treatment plan.

Once you’ve started on said specialised treatment plan, one of the first processes offered to you with Rehab 4 Addiction will be a detox. Speaking medically, “detox” means the amount of time it takes for drugs or alcohol to be flushed out of your system after you start.

Without a detox, without getting these substances out of your body, it will be even harder to stop the addiction from controlling you, to the point where your system may even become dependent on it (also a reason why it’s important to get help as soon as possible).

But it isn’t something you should pursue without expert support and withdrawal symptoms can be severe, especially with certain drugs such as opiates.

Counselling and therapy

Addictions aren’t just physical: scans of affected people have proven them to be disorders that alter the way the brain works on a structural level. With this in mind, one of many forms of treatment you may be offered is counselling and other mental health therapies.

Counselling is primarily distinguished from similar treatments by the fact that it’s not as specialised – this is again a case where different things may be offered to you depending on your personal needs.

The skills learned from such treatments can include ways of coping, as well as changing the way you perceive both addiction and mental health in general.

Furthermore, specialist mental health treatment can be essential, as it allows you to get to the underlying roots of your problems in a way that just attempting to solve the addiction on a surface level wouldn’t.

Where can I find a rehab near me?

As we mentioned earlier, any treatment course through Rehab 4 Addiction will start off as a simple phone call with one of our experts, where your personal needs will be determined. If you’re recommended an inpatient programme, the closest to Walthamstowe is our London rehab facility.

Treatments on offer there will include the aforementioned counselling and therapy, alongside various workshops, detoxes and expert assistance overall.

But when we discuss treatment here, we’re of course not just talking about inpatient, residential treatment.

What kind of aftercare is available?

Even after you’ve finished full treatment, that won’t be the end of your journey. A variety of aftercare options will also be available to you, some of the most prominent being support groups such as alcoholics anonymous and continued counselling/therapy.

This will also be part of your treatment plan and will be available to you for as long as you need it. Addiction is often a lifelong battle, so it’s important to keep fighting once the hardest parts of recovery are over.

How much will rehab cost?

With hundreds of rehab choices across the country, we can only really tell you the costs of Rehab 4 Addictions treatment in specific detail (otherwise we might be here for a very long time!).

At Rehab 4 Addiction’s residential rehabs, a 10-day detox with single room comes to £3,000 to £6,000, while 28 days (the longest programme and the most common length) is £8,000 to £12,000 for single occupancy or £6,000 for multiple occupancies.

Meanwhile, if you’re recommended and choose to go for an at-home detox, that will usually come to £1,500.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

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