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Wrexham

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    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Wrexham

    Due to Wrexham being a densely populated area of North Wales it has a wide variety of rehab centres and many options for addiction treatment. Whether you are looking for inpatient or outpatient treatment call us today on 0800 326 5559 to discuss how we can support you.

    Accepting professional help can be hard but it is much easier than trying to recover alone. We work alongside licensed therapists and medical professionals to ensure you are receiving the best quality care at all times.

    How can OK Rehab help?

    OK Rehab is a recovery advocate service founded by staff who are living successfully in recovery. We have been advocating for accessible addiction treatment since 2000 and always promote inclusivity. We want to help you rebuild your life and make positive, long-lasting changes.

    We believe addiction treatment should be focused on you as an individual and encompass the goals and lifestyle changes needed to help you flourish into the best possible version of yourself. Our helpline advisors have all sought help for some form of addiction in the past so know how scary it can feel reaching out for professional help.

    If you are actively searching for help with your addiction, we can facilitate effective treatment and place you in contact with local providers in the Wrexham area.

    What happens at rehab?

    Many people fear attending rehab due to misconceptions about the forms of treatment on offer or the mindset that it is only available for the rich and famous. The treatment on offer at rehab is tailored to you as an individual and is evidence-based meaning it has resulted in high success rates in the past. By speaking to an OK Rehab advisor today we can help talk you through your options.

    If you are worried about the financial side of rehab, there are many ways to find a treatment suited to your budget. Some forms of medical insurance can cover rehab or detox programmes and you could find clinics that arrange payment plans too. We want to help you feel less anxious about the decision to go to rehab and remind you that it is often considered the most effective way to recover from drug or alcohol addiction.

    Rehab can provide you with safety and structure whilst recovering from addiction. You can begin to heal both your body and mind in a safe environment with support from professionals and your peers.

    What forms of treatment are on offer?

    The treatment you receive depends on the severity of your addiction and the substance you are addicted to. If you are struggling with an alcohol addiction you can greatly benefit from alcohol detoxification. The safest way to undergo an alcohol detox is under supervised conditions in a medical facility. This way staff can ensure your safety and wellbeing at all times and offer medication if it is needed. We can also arrange for you to detox at your own home, though this is not encouraged if the addiction is severe.

    Detox programmes are also available for drug addiction. Many people addicted to heroin and prescription medication such as benzodiazepines will need to undergo a detox programme to begin to heal their body. Detoxes in a residential facility can be life-saving due to the level of professional care available. After detoxing you can begin to recover psychologically and heal your mind. This is through the form of therapy such as one-to-one and group therapy.

    Therapy can be crucial to your recovery process and can allow you to explore tricky thoughts and feelings that may be tied to your addiction. Many clinics also offer holistic forms that allow you to heal your spirit as well as your mind. Holistic therapy can help you become a healthier and happier individual.

    We can also offer addiction rehab for teenagers. Witnessing your child or a young adult you know descent into addiction can be heart-breaking. We work with specialist treatment providers who can assist with young people’s addictions and help them adjust their lifestyles accordingly to leave drugs and alcohol behind forever.

    How can I prepare myself for rehab?

    One of the best ways to prepare yourself for attending rehab is by talking to friends and family. You can help explain how long you will be in rehab, your expectations whilst you are there, and your plans for when you finish treatment. It can feel awkward and anxiety-inducing talking about your addiction, but it can help you in being honest with people and attempting to repair any broken relationships.

    A successful recovery also depends on the level of support you receive outside of rehab. By informing loved ones of your decision to attend rehab they can help arrange plans such as looking after children and/or pets for you if you have any.

    It can also be extremely helpful to talk to your employer about your treatment plans. If your boss isn’t very understanding it may be worth using your holidays to attend rehab but remember they should be as accepting and professional as possible.

    It may feel very daunting but will help lift a weight off your shoulders and allow you to focus on becoming sober. Telling your employer that you will be taking time off to attend rehab also shows them you are committed to recovery.

    You can get in touch with your chosen clinic for a list of items to bring with you during your stay. They can also answer any questions you may have about your upcoming visit.

    Call us today

    It is important to receive the right form of treatment for your addiction and at OK Rehab we can help you every step of the way.

    There are many options available that can see you combat your addiction in a safe environment. Give us a call today on 0800 326 5559 or fill out an enquiry form and a friendly member of our team will be in touch very shortly. Don’t delay, get the help you deserve.

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