Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Wellington

If you’re one of the many people across the UK who are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, you might be beginning to wonder whether it’s time to seek help.

Drug and alcohol addictions take hold very quickly and the longer you suffer from the addiction, the longer the road to recovery will be. That’s why seeking help as soon as you grow concerned is key to a successful recovery.

There are a number of treatment options available to those struggling with drug and/or alcohol addictions, however, perhaps the most renowned is private residential rehab, which has the highest success rates for these addiction types.

These programmes work so well as they target both the physical and psychological aspects of your addiction, making you much more resilient to relapses.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, our team of addiction recovery advocates are here to help you find the right recovery journey for you.

They are highly experienced rehabilitation referral specialists, who can help you not only determine the level of addiction you are currently experiencing, but the best treatment programme to help you.

If you live in Wellington or the surrounding area, we have a local partner addiction recovery centre that we can recommend. Let us help you find the right drug or alcohol rehabilitation programme for you.

Calls to us are free, confidential and non-judgmental.

Outlining the benefits of residential drug and alcohol rehab?

Private residential rehab provides a structured and holistic approach to addiction recovery. You will receive 24-hour care and support on your recovery journey.

All of our partner rehab facilities here at Rehab 4 Addiction are regulated by the CQC (Care Quality Commission) and are staffed with experienced doctors, counsellors and other medically trained addiction specialists.

On admission to the rehab programme, your doctor will provide you with a tailored treatment programme, which is designed specifically to address your personal experience with addiction.

Detox

The first treatment you experience is likely to be detox. This is nobody’s favourite part of addiction recovery and is known to be difficult and uncomfortable, however, attending a professional detox clinic within the rehab environment offers you the absolute safest way to tackle this.

Whilst withdrawal symptoms are inevitable and can be dangerous in some circumstances, having trained medical staff at hand to help minimise your symptoms and monitor your safety makes for a more comfortable experience.

It also kick-starts your motivation for the next stage of your recovery. Independent detox attempts are not advisable due to the potentially fatal risks involved in this process.

Psychological care

Once you have overcome your physical addiction to drugs and/or alcohol by attending detox, you will be in the best possible state of mind to focus on your psychological recovery. This is where your emotional triggers and the cause of your addiction problem will be addressed.

Through a range of modern psychotherapy treatment sessions, you will learn a range of coping mechanisms to prevent you from returning to old habits, once you’ve left rehab.

You will spend time with a trained counsellor and they will be able to diagnose any comorbid mental health issues, which will be dealt with throughout your stay, and you will be referred on to further support post-rehab, if necessary.

Aside from one to one time with an addiction recovery counsellor, you will also attend a range of therapy sessions, including, but not limited to:

Daily and recreational needs

You will have nutritious meals provided throughout your stay and there will be access to recreational activities, which are intended to help you build healthy habits, to be maintained once you complete rehab.

This includes a gym/spa and gardens as well as opportunities to forge friendships and support networks with your fellow residents.

Aftercare support

Some people are apprehensive about residential rehab because they think that after an intensive support system for a prolonged duration, it will be difficult to maintain sobriety alone.

In reality, however, there are substantial aftercare services provided post-rehab, which are intended to maintain a familiar routine, as well as support your maintained recovery.

How to find a reputable drug and alcohol addiction recovery facility in Wellington

Rehab 4 Addiction has partner rehab facilities across the whole of the UK, so whether you decide that you would like to recover locally in Wellington or further afield, we will be able to recommend the ideal programme and location for you.

We understand that asking for help can be daunting, which is why we make the whole process as quick and painless as possible for you.

We will take you through a short assessment to establish the nature and severity of your addiction. This then allows us to tailor our recommendations to your precise needs.

Unless your addiction is very new or mild, it’s highly likely that we will recommend residential addiction recovery treatment, as this offers the best outcome for those with drug and alcohol addictions.

That being said, there are outpatient programmes available, so we can help you to determine what will suit your needs and lifestyle best.

Reach out today and begin the journey to sobriety, no matter if your addiction is days or years old, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel with rehabilitation.

Call us today on  0800 140 4690.

 

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