Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Wiveliscombe

Looking for rehabilitation centres, treatments, or programmes in the Wiveliscombe area?

If you live in or around the Somerset area, Rehab 4 Addiction can help you find suitable options for yourself or a loved one. Contact us today to see how we can help you.

If you believe yourself or a loved one is suffering from addiction, then it may be time to contact Rehab 4 Addiction.

By contacting us today, we will be able to provide specialised, professional advice for every individual case that walks through our doors (or gives us a call!).

The realisation and admittance of addiction can be extremely difficult to overcome but taking the first step and talking about the issue is the best thing to do.

No matter if you are a returning recoveree or a first-time rehabilitation seeker, Rehab 4 Addiction offers support to every individual.

This not only extends to the individual with addiction but also to their families and loved ones.

In some cases, those suffering from drug or alcohol abuse do not often believe themselves to be in danger or to have an issue.

Short-term effects such as headaches can be easily treated, but it is for the long-term effects that rehabilitation is necessary.

For example, those who have been suffering from addiction for a long time may require more serious or urgent care for health complications such as strokes, seizures, and heart attacks.

Addiction doesn’t just affect the individual; it can also affect the friends and family around them.

Whether this is due to financial issues, career problems, or relationship strains, addiction affects almost all aspects of life.

It’s not too late to start rehabilitation. If you’ve had one, two, three, more, or no attempts, Rehab 4 Addiction will help and advise you from any stage of the process.

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

Being admitted to a rehabilitation centre

At Rehab 4 Addiction, you can be admitted to a rehabilitation centre after just one initial consultation.

Usually conducted over the telephone, this is one way our team can assess your situation, needs, and suitable next steps.

In contrast with other service providers available, there are no waiting lists for our services.

When admitted to a rehabilitation centre, you will undergo a full examination, assessing both physical and psychological factors.

This classifies as ‘dual diagnosis’ and enables us to suggest the most appropriate treatment programmes, including mental health services if appropriate.

Rehab 4 Addiction is committed to treating you, meaning that we will not advise for services that are not necessary for your recovery.

Every treatment programme will be specially tailored for you and adapted throughout the process.

Private residential care can be expensive, but Rehab 4 Addiction promises fair prices for our services and professional care. Getting care as soon as possible is in the best interest.

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation in Wiveliscombe

If you have looked at different rehab options in the past, then you may have been inundated with possibilities and decisions.

Not knowing where to start, as well as continuing to deal with the impacts of addiction is an unpleasant experience.

Entering rehab is not what it is stereotypically portrayed as on TV or in film. Rehabilitation is the chance to focus on yourself and your wellbeing within a safe and supported environment.

Individual elements may also be glorified. Programmes such as therapy can seem intimidating but are often the most effective ways to overcome your ailments and re-join ‘normality’ in your life in Wiveliscombe.

In the Southwest of England, there were over 450 deaths from drug poisoning-related incidents[1].

This number has been on the rise since 2017.

Contact us today to discuss any addiction-related issue, no matter how serious you feel it to be.

Detoxification from drug and alcohol abuse

Detoxification is the most common first stage of rehabilitation in a large number of cases. To start working towards recovery, you must first move away from old habits and chemicals.

During detox, your body expels the harmful toxin build-up that may have arisen due to long-term drug and alcohol abuse.

As part of this process, most people experience a range of withdrawal symptoms. These can range from mild to severe.

Some people experience cold sweats, shivering, and headaches whereas other people may require medical supervision for issues such as hallucinations and insomnia.

Attempting to detox at home is generally not recommended. Due to the risks mentioned previously, this can be potentially dangerous, and supervision is always recommended, even if just precautionary.

A detox is not usually a pleasant experience, but it is essential prior to recovery.

The body can have severe reactions, but in a rehabilitation centre you will be under 24/7 care, and medical staff will be on hand for every issue.

Starting rehabilitation today

Encompassed as part of rehabilitative care, most centres offer comprehensive aftercare. The aim of rehab is to reduce the chances of needing to return.

This is why we equip you with the tools and mindset you need to manage your addiction alone.

Nevertheless, you will never truly be left to deal with your addiction alone. Rehab 4 Addiction is always on the other end of the phone.

Call us on 0800 140 4690 to discuss your addiction or the addiction of someone around you.

  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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