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    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Tamworth

    If you are looking for addiction treatment in Tamworth, look no further. At OK Rehab we can offer free and confidential advice via our helpline. Call us today on 0800 326 5559 and talk to one of our many advisors who can offer you support and guidance during this difficult period.

    Our philosophy

    We believe everyone should have fair access to inclusive addiction treatment. At OK Rehab we advocate for accessible addiction treatment for all. Everyone has the chance to turn their life around, no matter how tough their current situation may be. We have been operating since 2000 and for many years we have helped people throughout the UK and beyond find the most effective forms of addiction treatment.

    Professional help shouldn’t have to inaccessible. Addiction is a chronic condition that requires the help of trained professionals to overcome. By attending rehab, you can begin to look after your body and mind once again.

    We have been operating for over 20 years meaning we have provided lifesaving help to many people. Many members of our team have been to rehab for addiction and have successfully turned their lives around. By admitting you have a problem and accepting help you can begin a fresh chapter in a happier place.

    Will I need to detox?

    If your addiction is severe you will be asked to undergo a detox programme either before or during your stay at a Tamworth facility. Though you may feel apprehensive about this, detoxification is a very important part of treatment and helps your body successfully rid itself of any toxins.

    Once you have completed a detox programme you can begin to rehabilitate with the help of therapy. Without detoxing you may find that your chances of recovering successfully are very small. It is much easier to detox in a facility where staff can monitor your wellbeing at all times. We know detoxing can be hard, but you will always have access to medication if it is needed as well as support from staff and peers.

    Many people struggling with life-threatening addictions like to think they can detox alone at home. We do not recommend doing this and the results can be fatal. Though we can offer outpatient treatment to those who fit the criteria, this doesn’t mean you will have to go through anything alone. You will still receive support from clinic staff and therapists to aid you with your recovery.

    I’m worried about staying sober

    The main goal for recovery is to remain sober. Abstaining from substances such as drugs and alcohol requires a lot of commitment and determination. By attending rehab, you can equip yourself with the support and skills necessary to stay in recovery for life.

    Support networks, whilst you are both in and out of treatment, can be amazing. Groups such as Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous can offer you help in the form of an external support network separate to family and friends. You should also make use of the aftercare services that are put in place to help you transition back into society successfully.

    Staying sober also depends on the lifestyle you lead and who you choose to socialise with. After treatment has concluded it is important to remember why you want to stay abstinent. Leaving behind toxic relationships can be vital in ensuring you stay on track.

    Where does treatment take place?

    At OK Rehab we offer both inpatient and outpatient treatments in Tamworth. We recommend inpatient treatment at a residential facility as it offers the most effective results. However, we are aware that you may have commitments or other factors in your life that won’t allow you to access this form of treatment at this current moment.

    Inpatient treatment is considered effective because it removes any triggers and distractions that may cause your addiction to worsen. It allows you to step outside of your home environment and seek help in a professional space.

    We work with high-quality rehab clinics that offer luxurious services from the treatment they offer to facilities such as swimming pools and gyms. The state-of-the-art facilities can help you get back on your feet and focus on healing yourself.

    How can I prepare for rehab?

    Preparing for rehab can involve things such as telling friends and family you are receiving treatment. It is also important to tell your employer and explain why you will be absent, though this is completely your choice. Getting in touch with your chosen clinic can also help to eliminate any stress you are facing as they can provide a list of things you may need during your stay.

    It may also be helpful to compile a list of things that you want to take. These items can include:

    • Comfortable clothes
    • Pyjamas and nightwear
    • Toiletries such as deodorant and soap
    • Books to read
    • iPad or iPod
    • Notebooks and pens
    • Journal
    • Lined paper and envelopes write letters

    Health and safety are taken very seriously so there may be some items that are prohibited with good reason. It is also important not to forget any forms of identification or paperwork that needs signing.

    Get help today

    Are you ready to accept help and begin a new chapter? You deserve support and guidance so do not be afraid to speak out. Call us today on 0800 326 5559 our staff are ready and waiting to take your call. All conversations are kept confidential and it is free to speak to us.

    If you would prefer to fill out an enquiry form instead, please do not hesitate. A member of our team will be in touch shortly to discuss any queries or concerns you may have. We can always offer guidance to you to ensure that your decision to go forth with professional treatment is a well-informed one.

    The treatment providers we recommend are always fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in England or the Care Inspectorate (CI) in Scotland.

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