At Rehab 4 Alcoholism we are well known for our hard work and dedication in defeating alcoholism.
With access to over 100 rehabs throughout the United Kingdom and abroad, we can offer free advice and immediate access to rehab services throughout the country to cover most budgets, locations and circumstances.
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Rehab 4 Alcoholism offers an industry-leading assessment with one of our experienced admissions officers conducted in complete confidence.
Our admissions team helps you through assessments and outlines potential treatment options available. Your needs are our main concern when considering treatment options.
Our team helps you to select rehab that’s right for your needs.
Although we cannot guarantee you will not relapse following treatment, we believe the odds of you succeeding are greatly increased if you select the most suitable treatment provider from the outset.
Many of our team have been in your situation themselves, so we know exactly what you are going through right now.
If you are suffering or you suspect a loved one is suffering from an alcohol addiction call us on 0800 111 4108.
Getting sober is something that’s worth achieving for both your own and your loved one’s best interests. Reaching out for help is never easy, but we are here to support you ever set of the way. When you contact us, we help you select treatment in your local area that will help you achieve your long-term recovery goals.
We know how you might be feeling right now because all of our helpline advisors have been in your position before. We wish to give you the belief that achieving long-term recovery from alcoholism is possible when you select a suitable recovery programme. If you believe your alcohol-use is beginning to control your life, then you are probably suffering from an addiction.
This is likely to be the case if you require greater quantities of alcohol in order to feel the desired effects. It’s also likely that you have attempted to moderate or stop your drinking but failed to do so. If you feel you are drinking alcohol to suppress negative feelings, then it’s highly likely that you are alcohol dependent.
Contact us now to learn rehab options in your local area. Benefit from our vast network of specialists treatment providers both locally and nationwide.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we understand that addiction is a family disorder. We also understand how hard it can be to seek out help for your loved one.
Living with an addict is never easy. It’s likely you have witnessed your loved one’s life spiral out of control. In most instances, addiction almost always causes a destructive relationship between addicts and their loved ones.
If you have lived with an addict for more than a year or two, it’s likely you are now exhausted. However, you still have a strong desire to support your loved-one so that he or she may turn over a new chapter.
With our help, we are able to locate rehab treatment that will achieve this exact aim. Once you have truly realised the need for professional intervention, you are well on your way to establishing a long-term solution to your loved one’s addiction troubles.
We maintain close relationships with alcohol rehab centres throughout the United Kingdom.
In order to find a relevant treatment centre simply input your location or postcode into the conveniently placed box below or call our admissions team on 0800 111 4108.
Getting into recovery isn’t easy. Going through a detox merely treats the body. However, addiction is a disease of the mind. This means a thorough rehabilitation programme is required.
In order to treat the emotional causes of addiction, each rehab clinic we recommend offers world-class therapy sessions. These sessions get to the core of your addiction from a mental standpoint.
Therapy helps to prepare you for the long-term battle against cravings and relapse.
Therapy techniques on offer at our network of rehab clinics typically include psychotherapy, family therapy, and holistic therapies.
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