Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Winchcombe

Are you currently living in Winchcombe and are unsure about your ability to recover? Are you worried that rehab won’t be effective for you if you choose to stay in your local area?

Recovering locally is a source of anxiety for many of our clients. We understand there are concerns about recovering so close to home with triggers and distractions around every corner.

However, this only applies if you consider outpatient rehab. For the majority of our clients, we recommend residential rehab, especially if you are wanting to remain local.

If localised recovery is worrying you, find out more about what residential rehab can offer by reading our webpage. You may find you are more comfortable with it than you think.

By contacting the team at Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690 you can chat to a helpline adviser who will offer judgement-free and confidential advice at all times.

With commitment, a tailored plan for rehab can be yours.

What are the benefits of rehab in Winchcombe?

Localised recovery brings with it a lot of benefits. Some of these benefits include comfort and convenience.

By opting for a rehab clinic close to your home, you will have a far easier time transitioning into a facility.

By staying in a residential facility, you are actively removing any negative influences whilst remaining close to familiar settings, family and friends.

The involvement of family is another huge benefit to this mode of rehab. Sadly, family members are also impacted by the effects of addiction and can therefore find family therapy very useful.

By remaining local you and your family can benefit from partaking in therapy together, allowing them to embrace rehab too.

The idea of remaining local may feel daunting, especially if you have considered rehab for a while and thought you would like to move somewhere new.

Localised recovery isn’t always an option for everyone but offers greater convenience.

If you do not wish to recover locally, our team can talk you through your options. At Rehab 4 Addiction we advocate for accessible and inclusive care at all times.

We listen to our clients and take into consideration all requirements.

Why should I seek professional treatment?

Many people avoid professional treatment due to the cost associated with private rehab. This means that they are more likely to try and recover on their own.

However, with rehab, it is important to place suitability over cost any day. Whilst you may think you are saving money; you could be costing yourself damage to your health.

Low-cost rehab is usually low-quality. This is due to the lack of investment in treatment therefore your programme is not tailored to your individual needs.

If you are searching for high-quality rehab, reach out to our team today.

We can help you access the best treatment that is catered to your every need. If you are invested and committed to what rehab has to offer, what are you waiting for?

By calling our team today on 0800 140 4690, we can begin a pre-admission assessment that is designed to compile data about your addiction.

This means we can begin to select clinics that we believe you would benefit from attending.

What is a pre-admission assessment?

Although any kind of assessment feels daunting, this is nothing to worry about. The pre-admission process is what makes professional treatment so effective.

To find a clinic that caters to your needs, we must find out information about you.

During your call with a helpline adviser, we will ask questions relating to:

  • Your history and relationship with drugs and alcohol
  • Your current physical and mental health
  • Any side effects you may have endured
  • Your goals for treatment

The aim of this assessment is so that we can determine the most effective form of treatment. Suitability of treatment is very important as it can predict how successful your time in rehab will be.

The more suitable the treatment, the greater chances of long-term recovery.

After your assessment is complete, we will pass on your information to our team who specialise in sourcing the best rehab clinics for our clients.

With their expertise, you can expect a referral within a few days. Private rehab means there are very rarely any waiting lists, unlike that of treatment offered by public services.

Once you have chosen your preferred clinic, either in Winchcombe or further afield, we can begin to assist you during your transition. By utilising our services, we aim to take some of the stress away from accessing treatment.

This means that once you receive your referral you can take time to prepare yourself for treatment.

What services are available post-rehab?

Although high-quality rehab can pave the way for future success, your investment into recovery outside of rehab is equally as important.

To maintain sobriety, aftercare services will be offered by your chosen clinic. This means that you will be invited to weekly therapy sessions, meetings, and support groups to ensure you remain motivated.

Your first twelve months in recovery are very important and can shape your future success. Therefore, your investment and motivation must remain high.

Your clinic will also be able to signpost you to local groups within Winchcombe such as Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous.

Creating support networks with local people can be a great way of meeting people also in recovery. This way you can support and motivate each other during this journey.

If you are ready to experience all that rehab has to offer, contact us today. Rehab can change your life in the best possible ways and allow you to remove all traces of drugs and alcohol from your life.

From healing your body to changing your outlook on life, residential rehab is your best option for successfully combating addiction.

To contact us, you can call us or speak to an adviser via the live chat function on our website. Alternatively, you can fill in an enquiry form and a member of our team will be in touch shortly.

 

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