Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Yateley

If you are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction and live in the Yateley area, here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can help.

Our experienced team of addiction recovery advocates are available around the clock to provide advice, support and referrals for a variety of addiction treatments in your local area and countrywide.

As many of us are, ourselves, in recovery from alcohol or drug addictions, we understand the day to day reality of your situation and how difficult it can be to admit that your usage has spiralled out of control and become an issue.

Acknowledging your illness is a bold and beneficial move, which can have life-changing results if you are supported in your decision to seek help and pursue recovery.

Everything that you tell us will be treated in the strictest confidence and there is no pressure to attend rehab if you’re not ready to do so.

However, successful sobriety will be reached more easily, the earlier into the addiction that you commit to your recovery.

To take the first steps, contact us now on 0800 140 4690 for free.

How to find suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Yateley

Once you’ve taken the positive decision to attempt to recover from your addiction, the next step is to find a suitable treatment centre and decide where you would like to attend the programme.

It can be overwhelming to know which type of treatment offers the best chance of recovery or which facility is reputable, which is where we come in.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we have partner rehab facilities available across the UK. If you want to stay close to home, then it’s possible to recover locally to Yateley, however, some clients will prefer to travel further afield, and there are plenty of options available to do so.

Although we are able to offer different programmes and facilities to suit different budgets, all of our treatment centres are regulated by the CQC (Care Quality Commission) and offer the same high standards of care.

Using a short assessment, we will be able to determine the level of addiction you are suffering from and make recommendations for treatment based on that finding.

Those with mild addictions may benefit from outpatient treatments, although if your addiction is determined to be moderate to severe, it’s likely that we will recommend you attend a residential rehab programme, as this is proven to be the most effective course of treatment.

How will attending drug or alcohol addiction treatment in Yateley benefit me?

The overall aim of residential rehab is to address both the physical and psychological aspects of your addiction, help you to gain sobriety and teach you how to maintain it, post-rehab.

As different individuals will have very different experiences with addiction and be addicted to different substances, there is no one size fits all programme, so this will be tailored to your specific needs.

The process of residential rehab treatment

Whether you choose to recover in Yateley or elsewhere in the UK, the predominant treatment structure follows the abstinence method of rehab, which has been used successfully to treat drug and alcohol addictions around the world for many years.

A medically assisted detox is therefore likely to be the initial treatment-experienced within a residential treatment programme. You will be monitored constantly throughout a professionally administered, medically assisted detox within the facility’s clinic.

This offers the safest option for detox, which can bring on life-threatening symptoms if attempted independently.

With this type of detox, your substance use is reduced gradually and medication may be offered, in an attempt to minimise the impact of your withdrawal symptoms. Once you’re achieved sobriety, you will be prepared for the next stage of recovery.

The remainder of your stay will consist of a range of modern psychotherapy treatments, which will seek to address the root cause of your addiction and diminish your triggers.

You will have access to one to one sessions with an experienced addiction counsellor and attend a number of other psychological treatment sessions, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy and motivational therapy, amongst others.

Throughout these treatments, you will formulate a relapse prevention programme to help you to maintain your sobriety, once you leave the rehab facility. You will also have access to a substantial level of aftercare services once you have been discharged.

These help you stay motivated on the path to sustained recovery and can include group support such as Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous.

The long-term effects of untreated drug or alcohol addiction

There are a wide range of potential outcomes if you ignore your addiction problem, from loss of relationships to physical and mental health issues and in some cases, even death.

Don’t end up as another statistic, reach out for help today and give yourself the chance of a better future.

We can find you the help you need and get you started on the path to recovery as soon as you’re ready to do so.

Get in touch with the team at Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 and help guarantee your tomorrow.

 

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