For someone who struggles with an addiction to drugs and alcohol, it is common to feel lost, alone, and completely overwhelmed by everything relating to your substance abuse. It can also be difficult to find the right places to get appropriate help and support whenever you feel you’re ready to do so.
Maybe you’re local to the Oxfordshire area, and you’ve been considering joining an addiction treatment programme at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre, but you’re just not which is the right place for you? This is where Rehab 4 Addiction comes in.
Our goal is to find out everything we can about you and your history with addiction and then using this confidential information to match you up with the treatment programme that would be best for you and your personal circumstances.
We can also discuss the various treatment options available to you, and the differences between outpatient treatment and residential rehabs.
Our goal is to get you the help and support you not only need, but deserve, and we want to do this for you as soon as possible. So, if you feel you’re both mentally and physically prepared to commit to your sustainable rehab journey, get in touch with our team today.
There are so many options available when it comes to addiction treatment for drugs and alcohol, it can be difficult to find the right fit for you and your circumstances. Obviously, they all promise the best possible outcome, so how do can you figure out where to put your trust?
This is why so many people turn to Rehab 4 Addiction first. When you contact us, we will carry out a free initial assessment directly with you over the phone.
We do this in order to get a better idea of who you are, your addiction history and your overall recovery goals. From there will we select the rehab facility (and in some cases, a handful of rehab facilities) we believe would suit you best, and where you’d get the most help and support.
In most cases, residential rehab is recommended. This is especially true for people who have a very severe dependency on drugs and alcohol and are serious about trying to overcome their addiction.
The thought of residential rehab may very well be a daunting one, but when you compare it to the detrimental effects fuelling a serious addiction can have on your life, committing yourself to time in residential rehab pales in comparison.
Not to mention, it has been proven that those who do opt-in for residential rehab addiction treatments and are able to fully complete their stay have a better chance of reaching their sustainable recovery goals and are less likely to relapse in the future.
This is due to the intensive nature of the professionally monitored programmes you’ll find at a residential rehab.
There are rehab options available to you which allow you to work through your programme while staying at home. These are known as ‘outpatient’ treatments. Outpatient treatments may seem like the more pleasant option to some, however, it’s good to keep in mind that your clinic visits would happen during the day, which means at night you’ll be left to your own devices.
Those who do suffer from a drug and alcohol addiction know that temptation is everywhere, especially in your own home. Whether you live alone or live with people who are not sober, even if they just have the occasional drink, being in that environment while trying to kick your drug and alcohol addiction could have disastrous consequences.
It’s for these reasons and more that when it comes to trying to recover from a drug and alcohol addiction, we recommend seriously considering doing so by way of a treatment program that takes place in a residential rehab facility.
Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we have years of experience under our belt. This means we have worked with people who suffer from all types of addictions at varying severity levels, people who are looking to get sober and get as far away from their addiction and any triggering substances as possible in the long term.
Many people who contact us enquire about the medically assisted detox process, which is a vital step you must complete if you wish to give yourself a decent chance of recovering from your addiction. This can take anywhere between 5-7 days to fully complete, and it can be a nasty experience, however, it is incredibly beneficial.
The detoxification process kickstarts your recovery journey by helping to purge your body of toxic substances. Once completed, it can motivate you even more to complete the rest of your addiction programme.
Another important factor regarding addiction treatment is the ability to commit yourself fully to the programme you’re a part of. If you’re able to spare the time, it’s definitely worth considering doing a full 28-day stay, allowing you to work through the recovery process properly and at a more leisurely pace.
Spending as much time as possible at a residential rehab facility means you have the opportunity to go through all the intensive therapies and education that is available to you.
This allows you to truly begin to understand why you may have developed your addiction in the first place, what underlying issues may be there and how you can avoid any potential future relapses.
While 28 days may sound like a long period of time when compared with the rest of your life and the better future you’re working towards, it actually seems very insignificant. And trust us, when it’s all over, you’ll be so glad you pushed through it!
There is a vast amount of rehab centres dotted all across the United Kingdom, which means that you’re never short on options when looking for addiction treatment.
Some clients prefer to stay local when seeking help and support for their drug and alcohol addiction, whereas others prefer to do attempt recovery from a distance. Either option is perfectly valid.
The real problem when looking for a suitable recovery programme is knowing which one is right for you. How can you ensure that the addiction treatment you select will offer you the high-quality, caring, professional care you deserve?
This could be the only chance you have to fully throw yourself into your recovery journey, and don’t want to feel like you’ve wasted your time or money at the end of it.
This is exactly why we recommend you give yourself the best possible start and take advantage of the services Rehab 4 Addiction can offer you. When you contact us, we guarantee to make sure we only refer you to the finest treatment centres possible.
We are partnered with a number of high-quality rehab clinics across the UK, so you can be assured that we would never recommend a facility that was anything less superb. After all, your success is our success, and there’s nothing we want more than to see you reach your goals and begin to live the life you deserve to live.
One of the reasons you may currently be seeking the help and support offered by a drug and alcohol addiction rehab centre in Woodstock, or even further afield, is because you’re ready to acknowledge your addiction, and you understand you need help.
You may have already tried to get this support from the NHS but have found it difficult and were put off by the lengthy waitlists.
Unfortunately, continual cuts to the NHS have led to important services such as drug and alcohol addiction treatments being spread thin and rationed out, meaning you are able to gain access to help you may need.
The main problem is, most people who suffer from a drug and alcohol addiction and wish to begin on the path to recovery, can’t afford to wait. Waiting may cause further consumption, resulting in further damage to both your mental and physical well-being. The longer you have to wait, the more severe your addiction may become.
That’s why we believe it’s worth getting in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction and benefiting from our services immediately. Due to our vast number of contacts across the UK, we are able to get you fast admission to the right rehab facility, and the sooner you begin your journey to recover, the sooner you can benefit from the treatment programs available to you.
From the moment you pick up the phone to the moment you enter rehab could be a little as 48 hours, meaning you could reach the point of sustainable recovery and be living the life you not only want but deserve within the next few months.
Delaying your recovery journey could result in a number of negative effects on your health, mental well-being, personal relationships, and even your finances, so why wait?
Get in touch with our helpful team today. You can do this by calling us on 0800 140 4690, or by contacting us through our website.