Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Ottery St Mary

Do you feel like your life is being dictated by an addiction to drugs or alcohol? Are you constantly looking for the next fix? Is addiction taking over your life?

If this sounds familiar to you or for those around you, then it may be time to call Rehab 4 Addiction and start discussing your rehabilitation options.

Rehab 4 Addiction has helped thousands of people in the UK, as well as many from Ottery St Mary and the surrounding areas.

In Devon, over 60 people died from drug poisoning in 2019 – a number that shows no sign of decreasing[1].

This is why we understand how difficult this process can be for people going through rehab for the first time, and also for those returning to the rehabilitation after a relapse.

Taking the time and effort to properly research rehab options and associated treatment programmes could impact your life in the best possible way.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690 to start discussing today.

Analysing the different options available will help you to understand the programmes that may be most suitable for you.

Discussing this with our team will also give you the best possible start to your recovery journey.

Advantages of residential rehab

Choosing residential rehabilitation centres is a great step in the direction of recovery. Allowing yourself to recover in a specialised and supported environment gives you the best tool possible for a full recovery – focus.

The removal of distractions, triggering stimuli, and reminders of your past lifestyle will release tension in the process of rehabilitation.

This environment is perfect for completing treatments, working with supervisors, and personally tailoring your roadmap to recovery.

By contacting Rehab 4 Addiction, we can grant you instant access to several services depending on the severity of your addiction.

Every person who walks through our doors is different – there are never two cases of the same nature. This is why we understand the importance of individual and personalised care.

Our staff are here to support you through our recommended rehabilitation trial programmes.

We also provide a strong aftercare system, giving you access to group therapy, talking therapy, and other therapies, alternatives to those of a medical nature.

In Ottery St Mary, our rehab centres’ primary goal is to provide and administer long-term treatment options, meaning they are designed to reduce the risk of needing to be re-admitted.

However, despite Rehab 4 Addiction’s best efforts, we still require as much hard work and positive intentions as we put in.

What if I don’t go to rehab?

If you choose not to enter a rehabilitation centre or take part in suggested treatment programmes in Ottery St Mary or in other areas around the UK, you are at a much greater risk of long-term damage and an endless cycle of addiction.

Without assistance, rehabilitation is incredibly difficult. This is mainly due to the range and variety of services available through Rehab 4 Addiction.

By opting out of these services, you risk irreversible physical and mental issues. All of these problems are catered to by our staff and programmes available.

We provide structured and tailored programmes for every individual that we treat.

Inpatient experience in rehab

Once inside one of Ottery St Mary’s rehabilitation centres (or elsewhere in the UK), you will begin your treatment immediately.

The earlier the treatment can begin, the faster you will be able to return to life in Ottery St Mary and avoid long waiting lists that you may encounter when trying to access care through the NHS.

As an inpatient in rehab, your journey will vary from everyone else’s. The relative difficulty, experiences within the centre, and length of stay is different for everyone who walks through our doors.

Rehab 4 Addiction is at the forefront of medical care and treatment for addiction, meaning that we have a range of treatments available.

The more modern treatments include activities such as yoga, music, art, and exercise therapies, as well as the more traditionally thought of treatments in both physical and psychological areas.

For the first step of treatment, Rehab 4 Addiction often suggests a complete detox – removing the build-up of harmful substances and toxins as a result of drug and alcohol abuse.

Though this may sound distressing or troubling, we assure you that our staff will support you through every step, no matter how serious or minor the issue may be.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today to start discussing the right treatments for you.

The bigger picture – long-term recovery

One of the most common worries about entering rehab isn’t the treatment itself, but what happens after.

Leaving a rehab centre, especially after a long admittance, can be an unsettling experience.

Nevertheless, we are here to reassure you and provide support throughout your recovery – even after leaving one of our centres or treatment programmes.

Rehab 4 Addiction provides comprehensive aftercare for all our clients.

From putting you in touch with those who have similar experiences, or suggesting your next group therapy session, never feel as though you will not be supported.

By calling us today on 0800 140 4690 then you are making the best decisions for yourself and those around you. Our primary concern is your health and wellbeing.

Any call you make to our staff will be treated as highly confidential and our staff are specially trained in handling your needs professionally, non-judgementally, and in the friendliest manner possible.

This is a difficult step to take, so please reach out to us with any questions or queries you may have.

  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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