At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we help people suffering from alcoholism to gain access to the best rehab clinics in Bolton. If you’ve found yourself in the grip of alcohol addiction and you’re struggling to break free without expert help and support, don’t despair. We have links with many leading treatment providers in the area, many of which are very luxurious and equipped with modern, state of the art facilities. If you want to recover from alcoholism within pleasant and highly comfortable surroundings, we can assist.
Before we can help you to gain access to a top Alcohol Rehab clinic in Bolton, you will need to complete our pre-admission assessment. This assessment is quick and thorough and can be completed over the phone. It simply allows us to find out more about the nature of your addiction and your requirements, enabling us to suggest the most appropriate treatment providers. Our counsellors have an excellent knowledge and understanding of the problems you’re facing, with many of them have suffered from and overcome alcoholism themselves. Therefore, you can rest assured that we only have empathy and compassion for your situation and we’ll never judge you. We only have your best interests at heart and want nothing more than to help you make a full recovery.
When you’re admitted to a rehab clinic in Bolton, a psychiatrist will write up a treatment programme that’s tailored to your needs, giving you the best possible chance of making a full recovery. Treatment is likely to involve a combination of medically assisted detoxification and one to one and group therapy sessions.
These sessions, which are conducted by experienced psychotherapists, are intended to tackle any deep-rooted emotional issues that may be contributing to your alcohol addiction. When you leave the rehab centre in Bolton once your treatment programme is complete, you’ll continue to attend therapy sessions, as this will make it a lot less likely that you’ll go back to your old ways and begin drinking again.
If you’re ready to take the first step to a sober you, why not contact our team? Call us on 0800 111 4108, or message us through the website to get in touch. We can help anyone over the age of 18. Unfortunately, if you’re under 18, you must speak to social services instead to access the expert medical support that you need.