Rehab 4 Addiction

Have you been considering recovery from addiction for some time? Perhaps the impact prolonged drug and alcohol abuse has on your life has become overwhelming or family and friends have shown concern about your usage.

Whatever has brought you to the point where you are considering overcoming your addiction issues, you’re making the best possible choice for you. The next step is finding the support that you need to help you conquer your rehabilitation.

Whether it’s a fairly new habit or you’ve struggled with addiction for many years, it’s certainly possible to recover and with the right support and help, your probability of achieving long-term sobriety rises dramatically.

If you’re committed to your recovery, then a professional addiction rehab treatment facility offers you a promising option to do so.

There are some excellent drug and alcohol rehab centres available in Wath Upon Dearne. It may be daunting trying to figure out which treatment and which facility is right for you, but here at Rehab 4 Addiction, our referral team is on hand to advise you on the best course of treatment and help you obtain a place in a local Wath Upon Dearne rehab centre in South Yorkshire of your choosing.

How do I get a place at rehab?

First of all, we will take you through our short assessment as a part of the pre-admission process. This helps us to advise you about what treatments will be helpful to you based on your own personal experiences of addiction, as well as how your addiction affects other aspects of your life and any side effects that you experience.

Once you have chosen the right level of treatment for you, we can go through your options for Wath Upon Dearne-based facilities that offer that type of programme.

Using our referral services can help you bypass lengthy admissions and waiting lists, enabling you to book an immediate admission date. This can help you to sustain focus on your goal and prevents a delay in treatment from turning to self-doubt and reluctance to continue with your recovery efforts.

Our team of experienced referral agents are knowledgeable, compassionate and supportive. They will get to know you and your struggles with addiction in complete confidence and without judgement.

Reach out today and let us get you started on your road to recovery. We’re here to answer any questions about the process and you will find further information about rehab below.

Do I need to attend a full rehabilitation programme?

In order to achieve long-term recovery from addiction, it’s essential that both the physical and psychological connections to addictive substances are addressed.

There can be endless reasons that people develop addictions and many of them include prior mental health issues or some type of traumatic event. Without acknowledging and addressing the root cause of your addiction, it’s unlikely that a sustainable recovery will be achieved.

Unfortunately, the many aspects of recovery treatment recommended are impossible to achieve independently, which is why a professional structured rehab program offers the best opportunity to recover.

Those with newer addictions and lower consumption levels can potentially benefit from community-based treatment options, such as the NHS rehab programme, however, these are very much based around self-reliance and this trait is not common amongst those with addiction, as the physical and psychological changes caused throughout substance dependency reduce the capacity for self-control and management. Unfortunately, this often leads to cycles of recovery and relapse.

High quantities of drugs and alcohol used consistently over a long duration can cause a number of chronic disorders. Addictions also increase over time, so if they are not tackled when first recognised, it can make for a longer, more challenging road to recovery further down the line.

If you’re committed to your rehabilitation then you’ve already taken the most important step towards recovery. The next step is to ensure you allow yourself the best opportunity to diminish your drug and alcohol addiction, through commitment to a professional and comprehensive addiction rehab programme.

Why consider a Wath Upon Dearne based residential rehab programme?

Some people with addiction problems will prefer to recover elsewhere, however many clients favour local programmes in order to reduce impact on their lives and disruption to their family.

Family members are able to visit you at rehab on designated days, so having them nearby can be beneficial for both parties. If you preferred to recover further afield, we are also able to arrange this for you.

Our partnering drug and alcohol rehab facilities in Wath Upon Dearne offer a peaceful and private environment from which to recover, allowing you the opportunity to fully focus on your goals, despite being close to home.

You will have access to a range of leading addiction treatments, as well as professionally trained medical care and support around the clock.

Residential rehab facilities offer a calming and welcoming environment, where your daily needs, such as meals and social activities are taken care of for you.

Each client will have a personal rehab programme developed for them, which will be assessed and altered throughout your stay if it’s felt necessary to do so, with the overriding goal being to provide you with the best possible support in order to recover and maintain your sobriety.

What sort of treatments can I expect?

The exact treatments that you will experience are dependent upon your independent recovery programme, which will be based on your individual needs. Each programme, however, will consist of a structured holistic approach of renowned addiction treatments, which, when offered in unison, offer the maximum chance for addiction recovery.

One of the most common treatments is a safe and professionally administered detox with full medical support in order to minimise withdrawal symptoms. This is necessary in order to reduce the physical connection to substances and therefore weaken the addiction prior to moving on to the psychological treatments.

A range of psychological treatments will follow, such as one to one counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy and group therapy, with a variety of alternative therapy options such as working with art or music.

Throughout these therapies, you will learn more about your addiction, what your triggers are and why they affect you and how to begin to ignore them.

This provides a strong basis for continued sobriety and coping mechanisms will be put in place to ensure that you do not submit to temptations, once the residential aspect of your recovery is complete.

How long will it take to recover?

In order to maintain long-term sobriety, it’s important to realise that recovery is a lifelong effort. That effort, however, is greatly reduced over time and your rehabilitation will put you on the path for a sustained recovery.

The addiction rehabilitation programme will vary in length depending on your individual needs. It can also be impacted by other factors, such as your personal commitment and whether you have additional mental health issues outside your addiction.

The recommended length for a successful rehabilitation programme is 28 days. This duration has shown to give the best chances to overcome addictions to the point where your continued recovery is maintainable at a personal level.

Having said that, aftercare services will always be available should you feel that your resilience is faltering and need some extra support and motivation.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690, and take the first steps into your new life.

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