All treatment providers we recommend are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) or Care Inspectorate.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism offers a free helpline for people seeking out drug and alcohol rehab and detox services in Wiltshire. To begin the process, contact us today on 0800 111 4108 and we shall explain the treatment process to you in depth. When you contact us, we carry out a free assessment. This assessment allows us to match your needs to the most suitable treatment provider in Wiltshire.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism has compiled a database of addiction treatment providers in Wiltshire. These providers include charities, the NHS and a number of private clinics. Each facility specialises in treating specific addictions. When you contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we help you select the right clinic for your specific addiction, taking into account any dual diagnosis issues you may also require treating.
Before we recommend any particular treatment, we determine your history of addiction, any physical or mental health issues you suffer from, and any other relevant information relating to your addiction. This information will then be used to match well-suited treatment providers in Wiltshire.
Generally, we recommend most of our clients begin their addiction treatment at a residential rehab provider. Here, you will receive treatment under medically supervised conditions. The physical aspect of your addiction will be treated through detox. You will also receive therapy sessions taking place in either group or individual settings. Attending a residential rehab clinic also means you will not feel isolated whilst you undergo your treatment.
During your rehab programme, you will be surrounded by a multi-disciplined team of psychiatrists, therapists and support workers. The level of care means you will not risk relapsing whilst you undergo your treatment. Withdrawal symptoms will be treated and monitored throughout your detox programme. This significantly reduces the risk of you suffering from a seizure or other potentially deadly condition that’s synonymous with drug and alcohol detoxification.
Addiction rehab providers we recommend in Wiltshire are all regulated by the Care Quality Commission. This guarantees the level of care you receive during your rehab programme is above a certain standard set out by the Government. You will benefit from a well-structured rehab programme that incorporates many aspects of modern day therapy and counselling techniques. You will discover the underlying causes of your addiction. You will then learn actionable strategies to manage these causes without the need to take drugs or drink alcohol. You will also discover a range of strategies that significantly reduce your vulnerability to relapse.
A full rehabilitation programme requires around 4-6 weeks to complete. The initial detox programme may be completed in as little as 5-7 days, depending on the severity of your addiction. During your rehab programme, you will benefit from daily counselling, workshops and holistic therapies. The overall aim of rehab is to set in motion your long-term recovery. The programme aims to promote long-term abstinence. You will be introduced to the 12-step framework. This framework forms the basis of popular support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
For more information on attending rehab in Wiltshire, contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108. All programmes we recommend also offer structured aftercare sessions on an outpatient basis. To get your recovery off to the strongest possible start, contact us today without delay to receive your free telephone assessment.
For more information on going to rehab in Bedfordshire, contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108. This call will only last a few minutes, but it may change the rest of your life for the better. Ensure your rehabilitation is highly tailored and effective by contacting us today. Every caller will be fully assessed to ensure any recommendation we make is tailored to your unique rehab needs.
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