Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’ve arrived at this page, it’s likely that you are suffering from addiction, or are concerned about someone you know who is. While researching help is certainly a positive step, you may be somewhat overwhelmed about all the various different options there are for treatments and rehab centres. That’s where we at Rehab 4 Addiction can help.

Rehab 4 Addiction is a specialist referral service that operates around the UK. We’re here to get people the help for addiction that they need, in a facility that is right for them. Everyone’s addiction is different, so take advantage of our expert guidance to find the right rehab facility for you.

If you’re ready to acknowledge your addiction and accept that you need to change for the better, we are here to help. Call us confidentially on 0800 140 4690 and we will find you the right help in the Washington area in Tyne & Wear.

Am I ready for rehab?

Ultimately, this is a question that only you will be able to answer. A person is ready for rehab when they have accepted and knowledge their addiction, and are committed to change their life for the better. Until this is the case, there is very little chance that rehab can be successful on a long-term basis.

It is likely that the longer you put off coming to this place of acceptance, the more difficult and lengthy your rehab process will ultimately be. Whenever you are ready, Rehab 4 Addiction is here to help with all the practicalities of finding a rehab centre in Washington.

How much does rehab cost?

As everyone’s addiction treatment is different, depending on their personal circumstances. Because of this, the amount of time required for those individuals to stay in rehab varies, and therefore so does the cost involved.

For the most part, a spell of 28 days in residential rehab is what is recommended. This is enough time to form new habits, gain new knowledge on addiction, and put safeguards in place to reduce the chance of relapse.

Although a lengthy rehab spell may be costly, we encourage you to think about investment vs. reward. It may be that a cheaper or free service is available, but it is unlikely that it will be as genuinely transformative as residential rehab would be.

Throughout the consultation process, we will offer full transparency around the cost and length of treatment that will be required.

How does rehab work?

As with many areas of mental health, there are a lot of misconceptions around what rehab actually involves. Below is a step-by-step guide to how the process of rehab will unfold, once a Rehab 4 Addiction advisor has referred you to the right facility.

Supervised detox

One of the first steps of rehab is usually to undergo a detox, under proper medical supervision. The aim of this exercise is to reduce consumption of whatever substance you are addicted to, in a safe and gradual manner.

As your consumption reduces, it is likely that the physical symptoms of withdrawal will intensify. Rest assured, these physical sensations will pass. Although it is very challenging to go through, this is a necessary part of rehab, and you will be in the best possible place to deal with the physical aspects of withdrawal.

Admission into rehab

Once you have been referred to an appropriate facility by a Rehab 4 Addiction advisor, you and a mental health professional will put together a personalised treatment plan. This unique plan will take a number of different factors into account, including the severity of your addiction, what your various triggers are, and how addiction has affected your day-to-day life.

The medical professional at the centre will ask a series of questions in order to assess your needs, challenges, and recovery goals. Based on that information, they will put together a detailed schedule of therapies and other rehabilitative activities. This could include group sessions, solo counselling, and other holistic approaches such as mindfulness meditation.

Psychological support

It is very likely that any addiction has some kind of underlying mental health difficulty which either caused the addiction in the first place, or is exacerbating it at present. Any rehab facility that you will be referred to will have mental health professionals on site to help you through whatever challenges you’re dealing with.

As well as helping you through periods of acute stress, these professionals can also help to educate you on addiction and surrounding issues, giving you perspective on and putting some healthy coping techniques in place.

Preventing relapse

As you approach the end of your time at rehab, you will sit down with a recovery professional and outline the steps that you can take in future to minimise the chances that you will relapse and fall back into addiction. This will involve identifying new psychological techniques and coping strategies, along with identifying old habits to stay away from.

You may find yourself having to make tough decisions to maintain sobriety – for example, cutting off contact with a friend or loved one, if they are likely to harm your recovery. Although this will no doubt be hard, it’s crucial to remember how important your recovery is.

Aftercare services

Your journey into recovery does not end when rehab does – in fact, that it just the beginning of your new life. Staying in recovery will require ongoing effort on your part, and the professionals at the rehab facility will be able to advise and guide you on what your aftercare options might be.

As well as sticking to your relapse prevention plan, this could involve going to 12-Step meetings, staying in counselling, or any other treatments that give you the best chance of keeping you sober and growing into your new life.

We hope that the preceding information was helpful, and that you now better understand the process of rehab, and how we can help. If you are ready to move into recovery, you can call us today on 0800 140 4690 to speak to an advisor in the strictest of confidence.

 

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