By waiting to seek help for your situation, you are putting yourself – and your loved ones – at risk, and you may be causing damage to your mind and body that will be irreversible if left untreated. Don’t waste another day, and reach out to us here at OK Rehab as soon as you can.
We can help you find and self-refer yourself into suitable treatment, such as a drug and alcohol rehab in Isleworth. With our support and guidance, you can hope to reach a full and long-term recovery by receiving treatment right away, in a rehabilitation facility proven to be the most beneficial to you.
It is time to beat your addiction, and OK Rehab can help in that fight.
Call us today on 0800 326 5559 to begin an enquiry for yourself or a loved one who may be experiencing an addiction. Alternatively, you can contact us through email or our online form.
We’ve been there before
No really – we have.
Many of our team here at OK Rehab have experienced a life altered by addiction before, and are now living in recovery and helping others to do the same.
Because of this, we understand what it takes to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction, and the steps that need to be taken to reach a substance-free life. With this invaluable knowledge from our own experience, and also the experience of guiding past clients to successful recoveries, we now support thousands of clients across the United Kingdom to reach their goals of new and better lives.
With our help, you could soon be placed in a local drug and alcohol rehab in Isleworth, and on your way to a full recovery.
We know what is best when it comes to addiction treatment, so call us today on 0800 326 5559 to see what your recovery journey could look like.
The fear of rehab
It is very common, thanks to many negative portrayals of addiction and rehab shown on screen and online, to fear, or even avoid rehabilitation altogether.
We understand that rehab can be seen as a scary place – where you are taken away from your normal life and forced to withdraw from substances – but the reality of rehab is far from what these damaging stereotypes will have you believe.
Rehab is a warm and welcoming place for anyone experiencing a drug or alcohol addiction and is the most effective and efficient route to reach a recovery from such. Though of course substances are usually banned on the premises, this is obviously for the good of the clients.
Rehabilitation offers a safe space for you to come to terms with your addiction, and receive the help you need in the company of highly trained and friendly members of staff, and other clients in similar situations to yourself.
Through judgement-free therapy and counselling sessions, you can learn more about yourself and your addiction, identify your personal triggers, learn how to avoid them, discover new coping techniques, and overall prepare for a substance-free life back home. You can also share your stories and hear some from other clients, and create bonds that can continue even after you leave the care of your chosen rehab.
Rehab also offers a healthy detachment from your usual home environment and allows you the time, space and support you need to begin prioritising and focusing on yourself and on the journey ahead of you, without any distractions from the outside world.
Here at OK Rehab, we only want what is best for our clients, and we know that a drug and alcohol rehab in Isleworth is what is best for you. So, don’t let any nerves or fear stop you from receiving the vital addiction treatment that you deserve, and get in touch with us today.
Recovery takes work
Though it is the best option for addiction treatment, rehab is no easy one-way ticket to recovery or a spa treatment that is to be enjoyed.
Rehabilitation and recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction takes time, effort, and dedication. In order to provide you with the desired results, rehab needs participation and hard work from you, so that it and you can both reach the highest potential possible. Without this, your recovery journey will most likely not be as fruitful as you hoped.
This can sound scary and daunting at first, and many individuals are put off opting for rehab as their treatment option for this very reason, but there are many simple ways that you can help yourself get the most out of your rehabilitation.
Participation is key. Rehab will oftentimes require you to take part in treatments and therapies that you are not familiar with, and that may even be a little uncomfortable (for example, some find speaking up and sharing stories in group therapy to be very challenging).
The important thing to remember is to not shy away from the task at hand and to realise that every treatment suggested to you is there to help you reach a full recovery, and heal from your addiction. Ease yourself into treatments if you need to, but always try and participate and join in as much as you can – it will get easier over time!
As for getting uncomfortable, this is unfortunately highly necessary and inevitable for most individuals going through rehab. Addiction impacts the mind just as much – if not even more – as it does the body, so if you wish to recover from such, therapy and counselling is needed.
It is obviously common during many forms of therapy to delve into your past, family, etc., in order to find the root causes of your drug or alcohol addiction and to help you heal at the source itself. Though getting uncomfortable may be hard at first, just like participating, it will become easier the more you commit and allow yourself to speak up.
Rehab is hard work, and recovery takes time, but this does not mean in any way that it is impossible. Your recovery is still very much possible, and a drug and alcohol rehab in Isleworth is the most effective route to it.