Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Fowey

Overcoming addiction is hard and kicking the habit for life can be even harder. Rehab 4 Addiction is ready to help those in Fowey and the surrounding areas and help reduce the risk of relapse after rehabilitation.

Those looking or starting to look for rehabilitation options may have discovered that there are seemingly endless options available.

The decisions you make, aided by Rehab 4 Addiction if chosen, are influenced by a number of factors.

These include budget, individual differences, the severity of addiction, and treatment programme suitability.

Not every individual is the same when it comes to addiction. This is why Rehab 4 Addiction’s first steps are to assess your current situation and advise as to what is most suitable for you.

As well as being experts in the field of addiction, our team is ready to greet any call with the same non-judgemental and confidential approach.

With just a short phone call, we may be able to suggest and admit you to one of our rehabilitation centres in and around the Fowley area.

Rehab 4 Addiction has a wealth of experience behind it, meaning that any suggestion we make will be made with your best interests at its heart.

With a range of treatment programmes, support networks, and aftercare plans, Rehab 4 Addiction hopes that we can help you find the most suitable course of rehabilitation possible.

Call us on 0800 140 4690 to ask any questions or begin your rehabilitation journey today.

Finding the best treatment programmes

Understanding the different treatment programmes available can be important before entering a rehab centre, but it is not essential.

Rehab 4 Addiction scours the suitable options for you and presents each one to you before making any decisions.

But how does Rehab 4 Addiction know what is most suitable for me?

Generally, this comes in the form of an assessment, either over the phone in a telephone consultation or later in the process.

Either way, this assessment often feels like a normal conversation in which your addiction is discussed, including origins, severity, substance type, and other necessary factors.

Receiving this information then allows us to research different rehabilitation centres available, including the services they offer.

For example, if we have a client who also has accessibility issues, we will not suggest any difficult-to-access centres.

Whether you choose to enter a rehabilitation centre or not, this information will help us to tailor specific treatment programmes as well, allowing us to suggest rehabilitative activities such as group therapy or specialised exercise classes.

These are just a few of the options available, so please call Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690 if you would like more information or if you are ready to move forward with your rehabilitative care.

The first stages of rehabilitative recovery

In most cases, detoxification is the first step of the process. By removing harmful substances from the body, you are leaving yourself with a much more positive mindset, attitude, and outlook to rehabilitation.

Because detoxification occurs so early in the rehabilitation process, many people see it as a daunting and sometimes impossible task.

However, regardless of your additional history and experience, it is not suggested to attempt this alone.

Some potential withdrawal symptoms include nausea, vomiting, seizures, headaches, heart complications, and hallucinations.

Most rehabilitation centres have a specific detox clinic for this process, though others sometimes provide alternatives.

Whether you are entering the detox clinic for a short time, or if it is part of your longer rehabilitation, medical staff will be available 24/7 to provide essential care and support during this time.

With assistance and vital support from the centre’s staff members, you will gradually move away from substance abuse and towards recovery.

Once the detoxification process is fully complete, you will be able to begin more specialised and tailored treatment programmes throughout the centre.

Physical and mental treatments

If detox is a necessary step to your recovery, then the remainder of the suitable treatment programmes will follow.

Detox allows the body to be ‘primed’ for treatment programmes. Once this is completed, you will be more physically and mentally prepared for the treatments that follow.

Some of the most common treatments include:

Completing a treatment programme with both physical and mental elements will allow you to return to relatively normal life in Fowey, equipped with all the tools you will need to manage your addiction.

Most centres offer support within a certain time period of leaving a rehabilitation centre due to the risk of relapse being highest during this time.

However, you are never truly left alone to deal with and manage your addiction.

Almost 50 people died due to drug poisoning in Fowey in 2020[1], and this only scratches the surface of drug-related deaths, ailments, and other associated issues.

Rehab 4 Addiction is available 24/7 to take your calls, discuss your problems, and generally advise you on suitable steps and stages to progress your rehabilitation.

No matter if you are an individual returning to rehab or if it is your first time, Rehab 4 Addiction wants to help you.

Contact us on 0800 140 4690 to receive more information on anything you have read or to receive more specialised advice for yourself or a loved one.

  1. Office of National Statistics; Number of deaths related to drug poisoning, persons by local authority, England and Wales, registered in each year between 1993 and 2020


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