Rehab 4 Addiction

The harsh reality is that you are extremely unlikely to succeed in your fight against drug and alcohol addiction without going to rehab.

Going to a drug and alcohol rehab in Woking will remove you from all the bad influences and distractions that serve to pull you back to drug and alcohol use.

When you go to rehab in Woking, you begin to live a better life in every way possible.

Rehabs save thousands of lives each year, and we are confident that rehab can transform your life too.

What Can Rehab 4 Addiction Do?

Rehab 4 Addiction is a free helpline staffed with expert advisors who are available to take your call 24-hours a day.

We are able to help either those directly suffering from addiction or concerned family members who are not willing to simply sit around idly as their loved ones’ lives are ravished by drug and alcohol addiction.

Our track record in Woking speaks for itself: many of those we have helped are now living a life free from substance use.

There is a number of inpatient and outpatient rehab services in Woking that could be well-suited to meet your needs.

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All rehab recommendations are based on the information you offer during our initial telephone assessment.

Addiction is traumatising for all who witness it, especially for young children who are likely to develop an addiction themselves due to this trauma.

The good news is that all of this pain and suffering is either reversible or avoidable with the right sort of care and therapy offered at drug and alcohol rehabs in Woking.

To find out more, Call our expert team today on 0800 140 4690.

Drug & Alcohol Rehab In Woking

If you live in the Woking area and are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you are not alone.

Addiction is more common than many people realise, and it can be incredibly difficult to break away from the hold that these substances have over you.

Choosing to take steps towards recovering from an addiction is an admirable decision.

There are a range of treatment options throughout Woking, from residential rehab centres to outpatient programmes and even home detoxes.

Our team at Rehab 4 Addiction is here to guide you in the right direction.

How Do I Know If Rehab Is Right For Me?

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If you are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction then you are likely to benefit from rehab, but it’s important to remember that rehab is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ process.

The length of your stay and the type of facility you select are all determined by the severity of your addiction and any underlying factors that may pose a barrier to recovery.

Many people may benefit from an outpatient or home detox programme, allowing them to recover in the comfort of their own home while continuing with their work and family responsibilities.

However, patients at high risk of experiencing dangerous withdrawal symptoms, suffering a relapse during the detoxification process or committing acts of violence against themselves or others are unlikely to be approved for an outpatient or home detox programme.

If you can relate to any of the below criteria, an inpatient rehab programme will likely be the safest and most effective method of recovery for you.

  • I am regularly drinking more than 30 units of alcohol a day
  • I have experienced severe withdrawal symptoms in the past, such as delirium tremens or alcoholic seizures, and therefore detoxing from home could be potentially dangerous
  • I have been diagnosed with (or suspected to have) a co-occurring mental health disorder which may increase my chances of relapse
  • I have previously attempted to recover from home or as an outpatient, but have experienced frequent relapses
  • I have become verbally or physically aggressive when intoxicated or attempting to detox from alcohol or other substances
  • I have been diagnosed with (or suspected to have) Wernicke’s encephalopathy
  • I have experienced suicidal thoughts and/or self-harm urges
  • I meet six or more of the DSM-5 criteria for substance use disorders (detailed below)

In these cases, controlled and medically-supervised detoxification along with intensive counselling sessions within a residential rehab setting will be recommended.

Is Rehab Covered By Health Insurance?

Sometimes the cost of rehab can become a barrier between your addiction and a full recovery.

However, by understanding your rights and what is available to you is a big part of breaking down this barrier. 

In short, drug & alcohol rehabs in Woking are covered by health insurance but this can depend on the help you have.

For example, employee health insurance can often cover rehabilitation, but it will involve a discussion with your employer as they will need to understand the situation at hand. 

Private health insurance can also cover substance rehabilitation, but it will depend on your provider 

Is Rehab Available Through The NHS?

When it comes to NHS providers, there are several services available. However, funding is notoriously hard to gain.

You may find yourself waiting on long lists for even the basic services. 

There is funding available, however gaining government funding for rehabilitation can be very difficult.

There are many steps to the process but keeping good records of your experience is pivotal to this.

Keep track of your addiction, from a dual diagnosis and assessments to meetings and other appointments for health problems that may have arisen from your addiction. 

You’ll need to be referred, but it’s important you always follow your keyworker’s recommendations during this process.

You’ll also need to show your commitment to change over a long period of time before you’ll eventually have a full assessment for government funding for residential rehabilitation. 

This is often a long process, but through perseverance, it is achievable with patience.

Our friendly staff are available around the clock to help you learn more about this NHS process.

Speak to one of our team today at our drug & alcohol rehab in Woking for a better understanding of the services available.

Inpatient Or Outpatient Treatment In Woking

We’re here to give you a better understanding of the pathway to recovery.

As mentioned previously, when you’re assessed against the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders and placed on the ASAM criteria of care, it’ll become clearer what treatment is best for your individual needs. 

You may want to think about the pros and cons of the different services available.

The following lists should give you a better idea of what to expect from both inpatient and outpatient treatments.

Inpatient Treatment Pros:

  • Around the clock care from qualified staff
  • You’ll share your experiences with others going through the same journey
  • Structured routines mean no distractions from triggering environments
  • Nutritious meals are provided for a healthy body and mind
  • Therapy options will give you the tools and skills needed to continue your recovery, both during and after your stay
  • You can work with your family to rebuild relationships

Inpatient Treatment Cons:

  • You can’t come and go as you please
  • Days are structured, including waking times, mealtimes and therapy sessions
  • Childcare isn’t provided, therefore you must plan arrangements prior to your stay
  • You’ll also need to take leave from your employment
  • Many insurers only cover outpatient treatments

Outpatient Treatment Pros:

  • You be able to alter your social and living environments immediately
  • You can still attend work and carry out other responsibilities such as childcare
  • This treatment is typically covered by insurance

Outpatient Treatment Cons:

  • You’ll be faced with triggering places, people and environments
  • You’ll have access to the substance of choice
  • Day-to-day life can be distracting for recovery
  • You won’t be around other people who are also in recovery, and therefore won’t be able to build as strong bonds with them. This can often be the foundations to a successful support network after rehab
  • Therapy can also be limited compared to a residential stay where help is on hand around the clock

Hopefully, this information can inform your decisions when it comes to treatment options and preferences.

However, if you want to learn more, our drug & alcohol rehab in Woking is available to offer advice any time of day.

Assessment And Diagnosis During Admissions

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Although many people imagine the rehab admissions process to be a stressful and overwhelming experience, this couldn’t be further from the truth.

Once you have selected your chosen rehab clinic you will be assessed by a medical professional, either over the phone or in person.

This may involve undergoing several assessments to determine the type and severity of your addiction including blood tests and various psychological tests.

The most common assessments used in a residential rehab setting include:

  • The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria
  • The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) criteria
  • And the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) which are explained in more detail below.

Call our expert team today on: 0800 140 4690.


The ASAM criteria is a holistic approach and method of assessment, often used by medical professionals during the admissions process as a way to assess each patients’ needs.

It involves several different criteria, commonly known as the six dimensions.

Your responses to these criteria and questions will provide the framework for your addiction treatment throughout your stay in rehab.

The six dimensions of the ASAM criteria are as follows:

  • Withdrawal Potential: How severe is your addiction and have you experienced withdrawal symptoms in the past?
  • Physical Conditions: Do you have any physical conditions or ailments that may affect your recovery?
  • Mental Conditions: Do you have any mental, emotional or cognitive conditions that may affect your recovery?
  • Interest in Change: Are you motivated to change your ways?
  • Relapse Potential: Do you have a prior history of relapse?
  • Lifestyle and Environment: What does your living environment and lifestyle look like? Will this affect your recovery?

Once a doctor has assessed these six dimensions, they will be able to create a personalised treatment programme that best suits you and your individual needs.


Another technique that is commonly used to determine the severity of the addiction and create an effective treatment programme is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) criteria.

This criterion identifies four specific categories that can effectively categorise the nature of the addiction.

The patient will be asked a series of questions and will receive points for each category according to their answers, which reflects the severity of their addiction and lays the groundwork for their treatment programme.

The four categories of the DSM-5 criteria are as follows:

  • Impaired Control: Are you frequently increasing your dosage of the substance and using more than you originally intended? Have you attempted to reduce or completely stop your intake of the substance but have been unable to?
  • Social Problems: Are you neglecting your home, work and family responsibilities in favour of using the substance, and/or regularly choosing your substance use over other activities?
  • Risky Use: Is your use of the substance posing a risk to yourself or others? Have you experienced negative consequences as a result of your substance use but continue to use it?
  • Physical Dependence: Have you developed a tolerance to the substance and need to use more of it to achieve the same effects? Do you experience withdrawal symptoms when you are unable to use the substance?

This criterion allows medical professionals to categorise whether the addiction is mild, moderate or severe.

If the patient meets 2-3 of the criteria their addiction is classed as mild, 4-5 criteria being met could indicate a moderate substance use disorder while 6 or more criteria may classify their addiction as severe.


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As part of your assessment, before you are admitted into a rehab clinic, a medical professional may perform the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) to determine the severity of your alcohol addiction.

This test is a short questionnaire containing ten questions relating to your behaviour around alcohol.

You will be asked to score each question from 0 to 5, with each score reflecting the number of points you will receive.

The ten questions of the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test are as follows:

  • How often do you have a drink containing alcohol?
  • How many units of alcohol do you drink on a typical day when you are drinking?
  • How often have you had 6 or more units if female or 8 or more if male, on a single occasion in the last year?
  • How often during the last year have you found that you were not able to stop drinking once you had started?
  • How often during the last year have you failed to do what was normally expected from you because of your drinking?
  • How often during the last year have you needed an alcoholic drink in the morning to get yourself going after a heavy drinking session?
  • How often during the last year have you had a feeling of guilt or remorse after drinking?
  • How often during the last year have you been unable to remember what happened the night before because you had been drinking?
  • Have you or somebody else been injured as a result of your drinking?
  • Has a relative, friend, doctor or other health worker been concerned about your drinking or suggested that you cut down?

Your answers to questions 1-3 will reflect your alcohol intake, questions 4-6 concern your level of dependency on alcohol and questions 7-10 are based on the consequences of your alcohol use.

A score of 8 or more may indicate that your relationship with alcohol has become unhealthy and potentially hazardous.

If you score more than 13 points, you may be struggling with an alcohol use disorder.

Understanding How An Intervention Works

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The decision to seek help for an addiction and enter a rehab clinic or treatment programme may be the most difficult step you have ever had to take.

Many people take years to come to terms with the reality of their addiction, while others simply refuse to acknowledge or believe that they have a problem.

This can be extremely painful for their family members and close friends, who may feel helpless and frustrated as they watch their loved one sink deeper into an addiction.

In this situation, an intervention may be the most effective technique.

It is thought that the shock of seeing their friends and family members, gathered together in one room for the sole purpose of confronting them about the effects of their addiction, maybe the push needed for the affected individual to seek help.

However, this type of confrontation can quickly become heated.

This is why it is recommended to utilise the services of a professional interventionist or counsellor to diffuse the situation if needed.

An alternative option is Community Reinforcement and Family Training, often known as the CRAFT technique.

This method focuses primarily on the family members and loved ones, rather than the affected individual.

It gives them the tools and techniques required to effectively live and interact with someone with an addiction, ignoring negative behaviour and rewarding positive actions.

CRAFT can strengthen family bonds while slowly helping the affected person to understand the impact of their behaviour on others.

It is also an empowering form of intervention that has seen much success in recent years.

What Is The Cost Of Rehab In Woking?

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Contrary to popular belief, inpatient rehab is not reserved for the rich and famous.

Depending on the type of facility you select, the length of your stay and the type of accommodation you choose, you may find rehab more affordable than you originally assumed.

A 10-day stay at a residential rehab can cost between £2,000 and £6,000 depending on whether you opt for a single or shared room. Alternatively, a 28-day stay may range from £6,000 to £12,000 in similar circumstances.

Some people opt to detox from alcohol and other substances at home, which is a cheaper option at around £1500.

While this can be an effective way to begin your recovery journey it comes with a significantly higher risk of relapse due to the lack of psychological counselling and monitoring.

It’s also important to note that you will need to meet specific criteria to be accepted into a home detox programme.

We recommend that you get in touch with our team at Rehab 4 Addiction for more exact prices that can be tailored to your specifications.

Call our expert team today on: 0800 140 4690.

How Long Will I Be At Rehab?


The majority of rehab centres in Woking offer comprehensive treatment programmes that range in length between 30, 60 and 90 days.

Some people merely choose to attend rehab to undergo a medically-assisted withdrawal, and these programmes are usually between 7 and 10 days long depending on the type of substance and the severity of the addiction.

The most effective programmes are usually no shorter than 30 days as this allows time to tackle both the physical and psychological aspects of the addiction.

Your medical team will decide on the recommended length of your stay as part of the admissions process and will take your budget and other lifestyle responsibilities into account.

Private Rehab VS Council-Funded Rehab

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While we primarily refer patients to private rehab clinics, we understand that many people simply do not have the budget to facilitate this option.

Thankfully there are several council-funded rehabs available throughout Woking which will admit patients at a reduced price or even free of charge.

While private rehab is the more expensive option, you will benefit from a quicker and easier admissions process and many people find that they can enter treatment just a few days after deciding to recover.

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Council-funded rehab is much more affordable, but patients are often subject to long waiting lists and may not receive a place for weeks or even months.

There is often a wider range of therapy treatments available at private rehab clinics, with many offering holistic treatments such as equine therapy, outdoor therapy and art therapy.

These may not necessarily be available at a council-funded rehab, so it’s important to keep this in mind when choosing between the two options.

If you are struggling, call us to discuss your options.

We can advise you for free on a wide range of services including financing, treatment packaging and referrals.

Alcohol Home Detox

For many people, the idea of an alcohol home detox may seem appealing.

It is often much more comfortable to withdraw from alcohol in the familiar surroundings of your own home, and this form of treatment can be much cheaper than an inpatient rehab stay.

As withdrawing from alcohol in a non-hospital setting can be extremely dangerous, anyone opting for a home detox is subject to strict criteria that must be met in order to receive approval for this treatment.

You must be drinking less than 30 units of alcohol each day and have no history of severe withdrawal symptoms such as alcoholic seizures, as well as an absence of any prior suicide attempts or self-harm.

Before the process begins, you will be medically assessed to ensure that both your physical and mental health is at an appropriate level.

The doctor will prescribe any anti-withdrawal medications such as Librium, which can alleviate many of the more uncomfortable and unpleasant side effects of detoxification.

They will also regularly check in on you throughout the process via telephone calls.

It’s important to remember that a home detox is still medically supervised, unlike a self-detox which is not recommended under any circumstances.

Is It Dangerous To Withdraw From Alcohol Without Medical Assistance?

The symptoms of alcohol withdrawal can range from merely uncomfortable to dangerous and life-threatening, and seemingly mild side effects can worsen very quickly.

There is never a situation in which a patient should undergo the detoxification process without the supervision of a medical professional.

The most dangerous aspect of alcohol withdrawal is the very real possibility of developing severe withdrawal symptoms, such as alcoholic seizures or delirium tremens.

These can lead to severe medical complications or even death.

Common symptoms of delirium tremens include the following:

If you are planning to detox from alcohol, it is highly recommended that you do so with medical approval and supervision.

This may be within a residential rehab clinic, as part of an outpatient programme or during a professional home detox.

For advice about the best way to withdraw from alcohol, call our expert team today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab For Alcohol Addiction In Woking


As the most widely used addictive substance in the UK, alcohol addiction can cause many physical and psychological health issues if left untreated.

The brain and body become used to functioning with large amounts of alcohol in the system and begin working harder to compensate for the depressant effects.

This is what causes withdrawal symptoms when the alcohol is removed.

Medication taken during the detox phase can help to calm feelings of anxiety, as well as soothe agitation and restlessness while reducing the risk of seizures, allowing the patient to focus on their recovery.

As well as physical detoxification you will also benefit from a range of therapy options during your stay at rehab including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and 12-Step treatments.

This addresses the emotional issues behind the addiction and provides the mental tools and techniques required to recover in the long term.

Rehab For Cocaine Addiction In Woking

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Cocaine is an illegal stimulant drug commonly used at social events due to its confidence-boosting and euphoric effects.

It is a highly psychologically addictive substance due to its ability to increase the levels of dopamine in the brain.

Over time, many people struggle to experience pleasure and become unable to function during daily life without the use of cocaine.

There are many rehab clinics throughout Woking that specialise in cocaine addiction, removing the patient from any potential triggers and providing extensive counselling in the form of CBT, motivational interviewing and group therapy.

Over time, this can help to rewire the brain and the patient will find that they are no longer psychologically dependent on cocaine.

The patient mustn’t be exposed to cocaine during the recovery process and as a result, many rehab clinics provide 24/7 monitoring to ensure that they remain free from temptation throughout the duration of their treatment.

Rehab For Heroin Addiction In Woking

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Heroin has gained a reputation for being one of the most difficult drugs to recover from due to its powerfully addictive properties.

A form of opioid derived from morphine, this substance has an intense effect on the brain’s reward system and causes feelings of extreme pleasure and well-being.

As heroin is so physically and psychologically addictive, it is necessary to attend rehab as part of the recovery process.

Many people relapse during the withdrawal phase due to intense cravings, so 24/7 medical monitoring is required.

The first step is complete detoxification to remove all traces of heroin from the body.

To make this process more comfortable many rehab clinics offer a less-addictive substitute, such as methadone, which provides a similar sensation but with fewer health issues.

Other medications that may be prescribed in heroin rehab include Buprenorphine and Naltrexone.

Once the patient is no longer subject to extreme cravings and withdrawal symptoms they will be able to begin the psychological process of heroin rehab.

They will undergo intensive counselling, tackling the issues that may have led to the addiction and developing healthier habits and techniques.

For advice on heroin rehab, call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab For Cannabis Addiction In Woking

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Many people will argue that cannabis is a completely safe substance with no ill effects, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.

While not physically addictive, long-term use of cannabis can result in a psychological addiction as well as several physical and mental health problems.

These may include an increased risk of schizophrenia, anxiety and an increased heart rate.

As this substance continues to gain popularity, there has been an increase in the number of people entering rehab to treat a cannabis addiction and many rehab clinics now specialise in treating these patients.

The process of cannabis rehab involves removing any triggers and temptations while undergoing counselling such as CBT.

This is to learn healthy ways to deal with stress and difficult emotions without reaching for substances.

As cannabis can cause apathy and a lack of motivation, many people benefit from motivational interviewing techniques which assists them in finding reasons to recover and better their lives.

What Types Of Therapies Are Available In Woking?

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Counselling and other therapeutic treatments are arguably one of the most important aspects of residential rehab.

Many of our clinics in Woking provide a large range of treatments to tackle the psychological issues behind addiction and assist patients in developing healthy coping strategies.

Some of the most popular therapy treatments available at Woking rehab clinics include:

If you are interested in receiving a specific type of therapy, it is recommended that you research the various treatment centres in Woking to ensure that your selected rehab clinic offers this service.

If you are unsure, our team will be happy to assist.

Receiving A Dual Diagnosis

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It is not uncommon to be diagnosed with a mental health disorder as well as an addiction during the rehab admissions process.

This is known as a dual diagnosis and it is estimated that up to 40% of addiction sufferers should recieve this diagnosis.

Living with addiction alongside a mental health disorder can be extremely difficult, as the two often interact with each other.

Many people who are struggling with their mental health begin to self-medicate with drugs and alcohol, while those with an addiction may be more prone to experiencing anxiety and depression.

Some mental health disorders that may be present alongside addiction include:

Simply removing the addictive substance is not enough to treat a dual diagnosis, as the patient requires ongoing care and support to manage the symptoms of their mental health disorder whilst preventing future relapse.

How Can I Prevent Relapsing After Rehab?

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It’s normal to be concerned about the possibility of relapsing after your treatment programme has ended.

Thankfully, several preventative measures can be taken to increase your chances of long-term sobriety and recovery.

The majority of rehab clinics offer an extensive aftercare programme extending up to 18 months after treatment.

This may involve ongoing counselling, admission into the centre’s alumni programme and other activities designed to prevent relapse.

During your last week of treatment, you will be encouraged to create a relapse prevention plan with the help of your medical team.

This allows you to anticipate any potential triggers or problems that you may face after leaving the clinic and ensure that you are prepared.

This may involve some hard choices, such as removing yourself from friendship groups that revolve around substance use or leaving a stressful and toxic work environment.

It is also recommended that you attend ongoing counselling sessions.

This can be either as part of your rehab’s aftercare programme or on an independent basis, as well as joining local support groups to form social connections and reduce any feelings of loneliness or isolation.

Long-term recovery after rehab involves a lot of hard work and focus, but the potential rewards are limitless.

What Are The Alternatives To Rehab In Woking?

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While inpatient rehab is an extremely effective method of recovery, it is not the only option available.

If your lifestyle or budget is unable to accommodate a stay in rehab, there are numerous other ways to recover from an addiction that is available to the vast majority of people.

Local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous have proven to be valuable lifelines for many people struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction.

These organisations run regular, free meetings across the world allowing current and former sufferers to share their experiences and form strong social bonds.

Outpatient and home detox programmes may also be a viable option if you meet the criteria, allowing you to keep up with family, work and home responsibilities while recovering from an addiction.

You may also be referred by your GP to any relevant programmes that may be helpful, such as the 12-Step programme and other drug and alcohol action groups.

If you are a friend or family member of someone with an addiction, you can find support at the various Al-Anon family group meetings dotted throughout Woking.

Here you will meet with other people who will be able to relate to your situation and find much-needed support and understanding during these regular meetings.

Call our expert team today on 0800 140 4690.

Which Rehab Treatments Are Right For My Needs?

There exist many forms of rehab treatments.

Working out a suitable form of treatment for your needs can be overwhelming.

To help us locate a suitable rehab treatment on your behalf, we offer you a free telephone assessment.

Generally, outpatient rehab is suitable for less severe forms of addiction.

However, the vast majority of people who suffer from addiction will require residential rehab instead.

To recommend the most appropriate form of addiction treatment, we offer you a free assessment.

During this assessment, we determine the history of your addiction.

All information you provide during this assessment is utterly confidential.

We ensure that you begin a rehab programme with a fitting level of support and care.

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Residential rehab in Woking offers you 24/7 care.

You will also be surrounded by medical experts during your detox.

In contrast, if you undertake an outpatient treatment programme, you will go home at the end of each day’s session, so you are not removed from bad influences that could topple your recovery ambitions.

Residential rehab is also far more intensive than outpatient treatment, particularly when it comes to therapy.

During residential rehab, you will benefit from many one-to-one and group therapy sessions each day.

During rehab, therapists will help you to determine the root causes of your addiction to drugs and alcohol. You will learn to cope with negative emotions in healthier ways.

You will also benefit from specialist trauma therapy.

This is vital given many people who suffer from addiction also experienced traumatic events in the past.

Will I Need A Detox?

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If you require a medically assisted detox, going to a residential rehab really is non-negotiable.

A detox requires around 10 days to complete.

You will require 24/7 medical assistance during your detox.

You will need a supervised detox if you are addicted to a physically addictive drug that will cause physical withdrawal symptoms when you begin to detox.

When you undertake a clinical detox at a residential drug and alcohol rehab in Woking, you will be supervised by medical practitioners throughout the 10-day process.

A doctor will also prescribe you medications to support your detox.

These medications prevent fatal withdrawal symptoms from arising.

Aftercare Offered By Drug And Alcohol Rehabs In Woking

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Another distinct advantage of residential rehab is aftercare.

Aftercare ensures you are assisted with putting into practice the skills you developed at a residential rehab.

Maintaining your recovery is key, and aftercare helps you in meeting this objective.

Family members are also allowed to attend aftercare sessions.

Above all, aftercare ensures you are following a structured plan with the maximum amount of help both from the rehab clinic and from your loved ones.

Call our expert team today on: 0800 140 4690.

Start A New Beginning Today

To learn about drug and alcohol rehab options within Woking and the surrounding area, be sure to contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

We are here to help you take those first vital steps on the road to recovery.

No matter how severe your addiction is, help is always just a call away.

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