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    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Fleetwood

    Are you in the Fleetwood area and struggling with addiction? Do you feel overwhelmed at the thought of rehab? Speak to our team at OK Rehab on 0800 326 5559.

    If addiction is left untreated it can cause severe damage to your physical and mental health. Make that change and seek professional help as soon as possible. Our team of friendly, trained advisers can help you discuss your options for treatment and the benefits that rehab in Fleetwood can provide you.

    All we ask is that you acknowledge your problem with drugs or alcohol, remain committed to treatment, and are ready to enter rehab. Get in touch today for a free and confidential assessment to determine the best rehab clinic for you.

    Should I seek help?

    It can feel very overwhelming thinking about receiving professional help. You may think of your addiction as mild rather than severe and believe you would benefit from home treatment rather than residential. This is a completely normal way of thinking and often people struggling with addictions are the last to truly see the damage that has been done.

    Addiction is a chronic disorder that requires the help of professionals to overcome. It means you have little to no control over your actions which affects every aspect of your life from your relationships with others to your physical and psychological health.

    It is often said that if you are unable to go one whole day without using substances, you are suffering from an addiction. If this is the case for you, we strongly advise that you seek professional help.

    Addiction affects people from all walks of life and is often used as a coping mechanism for mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression as well as severe stress and trauma.

    At OK Rehab we understand that there may never be a ‘right time’ to seek help, perhaps you have childcare commitments or work commitments that are stopping you from reaching out. It is important to remember in this instance that rehab usually lasts less than one month and can help you combat your addiction for life.

    If you are reading this webpage today, then it may be an indicator that you are ready to receive help but just don’t know where to begin. You may not understand the differences between private and public treatment or inpatient and outpatient. Our job is to equip you with the necessary resources so that you can make an informed decision to access the most suitable treatment programme.

    I feel overwhelmed with the options on offer, what should I do?

    This is a normal feeling to have and we understand that beginning to look for treatment can be a stressful experience. By getting in touch with us we aim to take some of the weight from your shoulders and do the hard work for you.

    At OK Rehab we have been operating for over twenty years and in this time have built relationships with contacts and providers all over the UK. By telling us more about your addiction, your medical history, and your current circumstances we can begin to refer you to rehab clinics in the Fleetwood area.

    Some people with mild addictions opt to seek treatment in the comfort of their own home, permitting there are no distractions present, though this isn’t always an option for those with severe addictions.

    Others choose to seek clinics specifically for detoxing or for the types of therapy on offer. Always remember that this is your choice, and we are here to help offer guidance and advice where necessary. Our phone lines are open all hours of the day meaning we are here to talk when you are ready.

    What happens at rehab in Fleetwood?

    When you arrive at your chosen clinic you will be assessed by a trained practitioner so that staff can compile a tailored programme suited to your needs. All of the clinics that we partner with understand the importance of rehab as a personal journey so configure personalised programmes to ensure you are receiving the right care at all times.

    Most programmes begin with a detox. This can feel unnerving, but the aim of a detox is to reduce consumption slowly instead of abruptly stopping in what is known as ‘going cold turkey’. This gives your body time to adjust and purge itself of any toxins.

    Trying to do this at home is never advised and can cause irreversible damage. This is due to withdrawal symptoms that present themselves. These symptoms are unpleasant but can be managed effectively at a residential facility with the help of trained professionals and prescribed medication.

    After your detox is complete you will be able to move on to therapy. This can help you gain control back over your life by helping you break down aspects of your addiction and working through them. Mental health disorders can be both a cause for addiction as well as a consequence, so it is important to heal the mind when in rehabilitation.

    There are many types of therapy on offer including:

    • Cognitive behavioural therapy
    • Dialectical behavioural therapy
    • Group therapy
    • Family therapy
    • One-to-one counselling
    • Holistic therapy

    There are also a variety of workshops and classes that can help you regain control of your career, finances, and your relationships that have suffered due to addiction.

    After rehab has concluded you will be equipped with the knowledge and resources to succeed in your new life as well as to manage your sobriety effectively.

    Call us today

    One of the hardest parts of recovery is admitting that you are struggling. Once this is done you can open the door to a new life of abstinence and happiness.

    Whether you are looking for inpatient or outpatient treatment we can help you source the most effective programme suitable to all of your needs.

    Begin your new chapter and say goodbye to addiction forever with the help of OK Rehab. Call us today on 0800 326 5559.

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