At Rehab 4 Alcoholism we believe it's never too late to be who you should have been, even if addiction is standing in your way. The first step to getting somewhere is to decide you’re not going to stay where you already are. You don't have to do it alone, no matter what you're going through. There is a treatment programme that is right for you and we are going to help you find it. We can help you find a rehab clinic specific to you
Take back control of your life and know that you are not alone when it comes to defeating your alcoholism. Let Rehab 4 Alcoholism help you. No hassles, no judgement. Just the help you need to get you to where you want to be. Call Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108
Addiction treatment is about saving lives, helping people regain hope and learning to manage life without alcohol. Selecting the right rehab clinic is of critical importance, because they are not all the same.Our unique approach has helped thousands of people in Liverpool achieve lasting recovery from alcoholism, and we are confident we can help you too.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we believe alcoholism is a brain disease. It is not caused by anxiety. It is not caused by depression. Thanks to Rehab 4 Alcoholism you can receive the right treatment for your illness whilst maintaining your anonymity.
Many of you reading this message may be in denial about your addiction to alcohol. To assist, below we ask a series of questions designed to help you determine whether you suffer from an addiction to alcohol or not.
If you answer YES to at least three of these questions, it's highly likely you suffer from an addiction to alcohol.
Here's the questions that help you determine whether you truly do suffer from an addiction to alcohol or not:
If you are certain you suffer from alcoholism having asked yourself the above questions, it's essential you do not delay in seeking out professional assistance for your problem. Contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108.
Now you've decided you do suffer from alcoholism, you are now ready to learn how treatment is planned out. When you attend one of our rehabilitation centres in Liverpool, you must undertake a medically assisted detoxification programme. This phase of treatment seeks to purge your system of alcohol toxins built up over the years.
Detoxification causes a number of potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms. To mitigate these symptoms, you receive medications designed to assist your detoxification without suffering from a seizure or hallucinations.
Following detoxification, you then take part in therapeutic sessions designed to treat the emotional causes of alcoholism. These sessions make use of effective addiction therapies such as CBT, mindfulness and psychotherapy. These therapies aim to teach you positive ways to cope with life's stresses in ways that do not involve substance misuse.
It's hard to help someone when their pride keeps them from facing the truth. And the truth is they're hurting themselves and the people who love them the most. When you try to intervene, their answer is usually the same: "I'll quit tomorrow". But tomorrow rarely comes.
If this situation seems familiar, you may benefit from Rehab 4 Alcoholism's intervention service. This involves one of our counsellors talking to your loved one about the reality of addiction. And because our counsellors have experienced addiction first hand in their own lives, your loved-one is typically highly responsive to our approach. Intervention results in your loved one's agreement to seek residential rehab treatment in over 90% of cases where it is employed.
The majority of interventions are conducted over the telephone. If this fails, one of our counsellors will travel to your home in order to carry out the intervention in person. To learn more about this service, call Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108.
Following the conclusion of your residential detoxification and rehabilitation programme in Liverpool, you will be encouraged to attend weekly support groups in your area. The most common support groups in Liverpool are run by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and SMART Recovery.
Below we list venue details and meeting times for AA groups taking place in and around Liverpool. Please check with the venue in question before you attend to ensure the below information is correct.
|Location||Venue||Day and time|
|Liverpool Big Book Step Study||88 Rodney St, (entrance at gable end on Upper Duke St).||Wednesday, 19:00|
|St Michael's in Chinatown||St Michael's in the City, Upper Pitt St||Saturday, 21:00|
|St Nicholas||St Nicholas Church Hall, (upstairs), Chapel St||Tuesday, 19:00|
|St Nicholas||St Nicholas Church Hall (upstairs), Old Church Yard||Monday, 19:00|
|St Andrew's||St Andrew's Church Hall, Clubmoor, 176 Queens Drive||Friday, 19:00|
One in ten UK citizens will suffer from addiction problems at some stage of their life. The good news is that many of these conditions are treatment. If you or a loved one are addicted and unable to quit, call Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108 for a confidential assessment and insurance check. Most health insurance is accepted by our partner treatment centres. Call us today to speak to someone who can help. One call can change your life!