Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Rothbury

Do you feel as though your drug or alcohol addiction is beginning to alter your behaviour?

Are you struggling in your work, with relationships, or with money problems associated with addiction? These could all be signs that you need to seek help.

Contact Rehab 4 Addiction to start discussing your options in the Rothbury area.

Addiction can change lives much quicker than most expect. Recognising the problem and finding help as soon as possible is just as important as the rehabilitation itself.

When addiction is left untreated, it can go on to cause much more damaging and long-lasting effects that could stay with someone for a lifetime.

The members of our team at Rehab 4 Addiction are friendly, understanding, and non-judgmental in their handling of your circumstances.

Rest assured, all calls will be considered on an individual basis, giving you the most personal and tailored care possible.

Ready to take this first step? Do you need help in managing your addiction?

Please give Rehab 4 Addiction a call on 0800 140 4690 to begin your rehabilitation journey today.

What is an addiction?

Not everyone displays or suffers from addiction in the same ways. In most cases, this is also true for rehabilitation treatments and programmes that will be used to treat it.

Sometimes, an addiction can display itself in the form of changes in physical appearance, shifts in behaviour, and an increase in behaviours such as paranoia, confusion, and irritation.

Some more physical signs include redness in the eyes, weight loss, discolouration of the skin, and dark circles from lack of sleep (or insomnia).

If you are worried about your addiction or the addiction of someone close to you, then identifying and talking about the problem can be extremely difficult.

Not sure if it’s an addiction? – talk to a member of our team regardless, we will be able to help through a telephone consultation.

Rehabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction

In the Northumberland area, there were over 30 deaths in 2020[1]. This is a relatively consistent number, with no sign of decreasing in the future.

Rehab 4 Addiction can admit you to a centre after just one telephone consultation, so there is no need to join long waiting lists such as those found through the NHS.

Though private care is not a cheap option, removing the need to wait greatly reduces the impacts that addiction can have on a person’s long-term health.

By entering care immediately, you are avoiding the harmful impacts that can come as a result of drug or alcohol abuse.

Our services are specifically tailored to each client that we aid. The initial telephone conversation is designed to get to the roots of your addiction and therefore your needs and requirements because of it.

Most often, we suggest residential rehabilitation centres. Staying in a custom-functioned establishment allows you to focus solely and wholly on the different treatment options that we offer.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today to start discussing the options that are best for you.

Diagnosis and treatment

The first step after entering a rehab centre is to complete a full physical and psychological assessment.

Not only will this allow our specialised staff to further tailor your treatment programme, but it will also allow them to get to know you as an individual.

No decision is made without including you as part of the discussions, and all treatments are selected and recommended with your best interests at the centre.

In a residential rehab centre, we are able to offer both physical and psychological treatments hand-in-hand, to follow the initial assessment.

This type of ‘dual diagnosis’ is not available through many other service providers. For example, some cases through the NHS and local charities are not able to provide mental health care as well as physical recovery.

This is one of the many advantages of staying in a residential centre and why it is our most suggested form of holistic treatment.

Detoxification from drug and alcohol abuse

In a large majority of cases, addiction treatment begins with detoxification. This refers to the process of removing the build-up of harmful toxins and chemicals still in the body due to past drug and alcohol abuse.

The detox process is different for everyone depending on the length of abuse, type of substance, and more specific factors such as dosage.

Completing a detox at home is not recommended, purely because of the health risks associated. Some withdrawal symptoms are more extreme than others, and supervision is recommended in almost all cases.

Within a residential centre, specialised staff will be on hand 24/7, including medical staff, social support team members, and visitors if requested.

The process of detoxification can take a different amount of time depending on the factors mentioned previously. Most clients go through the detox process within around 2 weeks, but again, this is different in every case.

Treatment options in Rothbury

There are plenty of options available in and around the Rothbury area.

From attending solo counselling sessions to talking therapy groups, Rehab 4 Addiction will consider all the treatments that will be most effective for you and your requirements.

For example, an extremely common and modern type of therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), is recommended to most clients due to its adaptiveness and flexibility for a wide range of situations.

Contact Rehab 4 Addiction to ask any questions, discuss your options, and start your road to recovery today. Our team is waiting to receive your call on 0800 140 4690.

  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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