Rehab 4 Addiction

In highly populated areas such as Welwyn Hatfield, substance abuse is on the rise. It is now easier than ever to gain access to drugs and alcohol, at any time of day or night. Because of this localised rehabilitation are needed now more than ever before.

More and more people are turning to rehabilitation centres to get their substance abuse under control. They want to live happier and healthier lives just like you do.

Like them, you have to start somewhere. That somewhere is here, by calling Rehab 4 Addiction. Let us find you the perfect rehabilitation centre to start your journey to recovery.

Through our initial assessment, we will discuss your needs and use this to make a referral to a rehabilitation centre, best suited to providing you top-quality care. We aim to help you understand your relationship with substance abuse and build a set of tools to avoid cravings.

What is rehab?

Rehab, is a rehabilitation centre designed to help those dealing with drug or alcohol dependency. It provides a number of services and workshops aimed at improving both your physical and mental health.

It offers a lifeline and a support system for those dealing with substance abuse. Thanks to dedicated and professional staff you will receive the best care possible.

The biggest benefit of finding a rehabilitation centre is the services they provide that are not available without them.

One such service is detoxing. A detox is a process of ridding your body of drugs and alcohol in a safe and controlled environment. Rehabilitation centres have fully trained medical staff, who are able to supervise your detox 24 hours a day.

Attempting a detox on your own can be dangerous and result in serious harm being done to your body. Rehabilitation centres have staff who can keep you safe and offer medication should the withdrawal symptoms prove too much for your body to handle.

Detox is a necessary and important step towards recovery. However, if you desire long term recovery it is only the start of your journey.

The next step of your journey is supported by your rehabilitation centre and is made possible thanks to their facilities.

To ensure long term recovery it is important to get to the root of your substance abuse so that you can understand what triggers your cravings and what changes you need to make in order to live drug and alcohol-free.

This is done through group therapy sessions, where you are able to share your experiences of those also struggling with substance abuse. You are able to talk about your problems in a judgment-free environment and be supported by a mental health specialist.

Rehab is recommended as it has an overall positive effect on a person’s physical and mental health. Detoxing and therapy are at the core of the recovery programme, they are built upon by various workshops that will take place during your stay.

These include nutrition workshops that will teach you how to prepare balanced meals and to prioritise healthy eating habits over your cravings.

Regular exercise classes to improve your health and begin to negate the effects substance abuse has had on your body. Most importantly, they offer social interaction that allows you to build healthy interpersonal relationships that will develop into a support network.

Why do you need professional help?

Substance dependency is first and foremost a mental illness, and like all mental illnesses no matter how strong or determined you are, you can only go so far on your own.

To achieve long term recovery you will need help from people who aid in peoples recovery for a living.

Substance abuse affects your mental state, it can make you act irrationally and experience extreme mood swings. Due to this, it is important that once you have decided you want help and are considering finding a rehabilitation centre, you must act quickly.

Rehab 4 Addiction lets you tell us you need the help and then we handle the rest. We understand it is never an easy decision to make, but we can promise we will make finding the right rehabilitation centre as hassle-free as possible.

Finding the right-centre

We know that as every person is unique, so are their experiences with substance abuse. No two people looking for treatment for drug or alcohol abuse in the Welwyn Hatfield area will need the same kind of support.

While you could attempt to find a rehabilitation centre yourself based on others recommendations, this will only be so reliable.

Our dedicated staff will take the time to get to know you and make a referral using their years of experience. We take your needs into account and find the perfect centre with programmes and facilities designed to best help your recovery.

Life after Rehab

At this point in your journey picturing a drug and alcohol-free life can be hard. But it is a real possibility, as long as you are willing to put the work in and get help.

Many worry about what will happen when they have finished their stay in a rehabilitation centre. That without being constantly monitored and supported they will relapse and give in to their cravings.

There is no shame in needing to return to rehab after you have left. Recovery is not a straight path but rather a winding road that has hills and valleys dotted throughout. If you relapse you haven’t failed until you refuse to try again.

You won’t leave rehab without support. During your stay, a relapse prevention plan will be put together. This can include regular therapy visits and joining a local support group.

The idea behind these being that it will give you someone to check up on how you’re doing. To keep your mental health up and help you deal with cravings. By having a support system in place you will have accountability and people who are on hand to aid in your recovery.

This won’t be easy, but it is the start of your life drug and alcohol-free. We know you’re capable of this, you just need to be willing to ask for help.

For a free assessment of needs please call, our dedicated staff members are standing by waiting to help. You can contact us today on 0800 140 4690.

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