Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you ready to seek professional help for your addiction in Westhoughton in Manchester? Are you looking to turn your life around and begin your journey into recovery? Regardless of your addiction, at Rehab 4 Addiction we can help you begin to understand your problems allowing you to move forward towards a happier future.

If you have found yourself scrolling through our website today there is a chance you require help for an addiction. Perhaps you are searching for support and are ready to put your addiction behind you.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we can help you with specific treatment programmes tailored to your needs.

You may be feeling overwhelmed at how you can receive help and are worried about the implications going to rehab may have on your personal relationships or career. We can help you through this difficult time, so rest assured you have come to the right place.

What can treatment provide for me?

Deciding to receive treatment and get help for your addiction can be a huge decision. Struggling with addiction can turn your life upside down. Your self-esteem may reach an all-time low, and you may not feel worthy of receiving help. This simply isn’t true. We encourage you to reach out to us immediately to discuss entering residential rehab.

Your addiction may have affected many aspects of your life-ruining your relationship with yourself and your loved ones. Your performance at work may suffer greatly or you may find yourself unemployed.

Your physical appearance may change suddenly, and you could begin to experience painful withdrawal symptoms. The physical and psychological effects of addiction can be fatal.

Struggling with an addiction can feel like a rollercoaster of emotions and feelings. Some days you may feel great until you can’t provide yourself with the ‘high’ you need. Some days may leave you suffering from dangerous withdrawals which can significantly impact your ability to choose recovery.

Your relationships with friends and family could also suffer but as you enter treatment, we can begin to help you improve upon this as well as providing support to your family.

As you begin to make the first steps toward recovery, our trained staff can help you confront your addiction problems. Our professional team can help you get your life back on track and help you gain confidence in all aspects of your life.

How can I access treatment?

Accessing treatment could seem like a long road ahead. You may feel like there is no point in receiving help due to long waiting lists from the NHS. If you choose to receive treatment through one of our private clinics you can access support almost immediately. All we ask is for you to call our helpline on 0800 140 4690 and provide more information to our staff.

There may be very limited resources available through your local doctors and there are unfortunately no rehab facilities available should you choose to seek help through the NHS, though that is not to say they cannot provide adequate and helpful advice.

Getting in touch with us means that we can pass on your information to private treatment providers through a referral. When this has been completed, we can find immediate placements in Westhoughton, suited to your needs.

All the treatment offered at Rehab 4 Addiction is available on a private basis meaning you will be provided with a treatment programme tailored to your individual requirements. From detox programmes to relapse prevention our staff can offer support day and night.

Contacting us by telephone is the best way to receive immediate help and advice. Perhaps you are worried that your substance use is slowly turning to addiction or you require assistance intervening for a friend or colleague. Whatever the problem, we’re here to help.

We can also help if you fill in one of our enquiry forms detailing any issues you are facing. We don’t want to see you struggling alone, let us help today.

How long will I be in rehab?

We can’t determine how long your treatment will last as each individual client differs. We offer most clients a stay of 28 days or longer depending on the severity of their addiction. 28 days allows us the right time to help you detox and begin to understand your addiction as well as the effects it may have on others.

We can also equip you with the right tools, gained in various therapies, for making a positive difference in your life when you return to society. This can come in the form of relapse prevention and family therapy, ensuring you are on your way to a successful recovery.

Upon your consultation with one of our team, followed by a referral, we can determine how long your treatment could last. We recommend a stay of 28 days to complete treatment though this can be discussed in more detail once we have referred you to a provider in Westhoughton. At the beginning of your stay, you may feel tempted to use drugs or alcohol again.

However, completing the full duration of treatment can see you less likely to relapse and have greater chances of long-term recovery in the future.

How can Rehab 4 Addiction help me?

Our team offers free and confidential support at all times. If you are feeling nervous or embarrassed to call remember we have been offering help for addiction for a long time and our main priority is helping you receive the support you need.

Many of our staff have received help for addictions in the past and wouldn’t be where they are in life without a helping hand and someone to talk to. Sometimes we all need help in life and you are brave for speaking out about your addiction, we understand this may be the first time.

We promise to listen as you share your addiction worries with us and hope to remove the weight that has been bearing on your shoulders.

After our call, you may feel happier knowing you are one step closer to reclaiming your life. Our team is ready to take your call so pick up the phone and call today on 0800 140 4690.

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