Do you live in Bournemouth and require treatment for alcohol addiction? Why travel long distances for alcohol addiction treatment when you can access world-class treatment right here in Bournemouth?
All you must do if contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108. We accept last-minute admissions, meaning you can gain access into our rehab centre in under 24 hours after making first contact with our admissions team.
When people think of Bournemouth, they probably think of nice sandy beaches and a picturesque English seaside town. However, Bournemouth has much more to offer.
This is particularly true when it comes to alcohol rehab centres. If you live in the Bournemouth area, then you are fortunately enough to have a variety of treatment options within a relatively short driving distance from your home.
In Bournemouth, Rehab 4 Alcoholism offers residential rehabilitation programmes with a variety of durations. The typical programme lasts for 28-days in duration, although we also offer shorter rehabilitation programmes between 5 and 21-days in duration.
We commonly recommend 28-day programmes because most people will require a month's worth of therapy sessions to ensure relapse does not occur when they leave the rehab centre.
Shorter rehab programmes are usually recommendable to people who have attended a similar programme in the past but have relapsed for one reason or another.
The simple truth is that the longer you remain in the rehab centre, the more likely you are to remain in recovery when you return to your home.
Making the decision to defeat your alcoholism begins with a phone call. When you contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism, our friendly admissions advisors will walk you through your various treatment options in Bournemouth. We feel this initial assessment can make a world of difference when it comes to matching your needs to a suitable treatment provider in Bournemouth. If the pre-admissions assessment is rushed, you may be placed into a poorly suited recovery programme which will waste your precious time and money. For this reason, we carry out a quick yet thorough assessment of your needs before a particular treatment provider is recommended to you.
We principally recommend private fee paying treatment. Whilst this requires an outlay of money, we urge you to view this outlay as an investment and not as an expense. If you continue to abuse alcohol, the cost of this abuse will be far greater than investing in your rehabilitation treatment. The cost of continuing to drink alcohol includes loss of family life, loss of career, loss of your health and ultimately this may result in death.
For more information on the treatment, contact our admissions team today on 0800 111 4108. A member of our admissions team will inform you of your various treatment options in Sheffield when you call. All information is kept confidential and we do not require a referral from your GP.