Rehab 4 Addiction was founded to assist those affected by substance misuse and their loved ones. We offer a range of services, and help signpost you to the most effective treatments. This includes alcohol rehab, drug rehab, detox services, intervention, aftercare and outpatient counselling. Our helpline advisors are committed to helping you in your quest to locate effective treatments for addiction.0800 140 4690
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Selecting effective addiction treatment options could not be easier. From residential rehab to outpatient therapy, we are able to connect you with a treatment provider who is able to offer a treatment package to suit your needs. A medically assisted detox combined with a few weeks stay in a residential rehab is widely recommended. This will be followed by an aftercare programme on an outpatient basis.
Help is only a telephone call away. When you contact us, we guide you through every step in select treatment.
Schedule a start date that suits your needs. We are also able to arrange immediate admission into a residential rehab.
We are able to arrange transport to a rehab clinic of your choosing. Begin with a medicated detox & residential rehab.
Are you worried that a loved one might be hiding an alcohol addiction from you? If so, you should know the signs to look out for. People with alcohol use disorders (AUDs) can become very adept at hiding their drinking, even from those closest to them. Alcoholism in the UK is unfortunately very common. There […]
Mutual support groups place those who are struggling with addiction into a group of peers who can offer their insight and encouragement during recovery. Groups are typically attended solely by people who share the same, or similar, issues, but may also be attended by their family and friends. Attending a mutual support group is free, […]
Alcohol shakes refer to uncontrolled shaking, typically in the hands but also in other parts of the body. They can be sporadic or they can happen continuously. Shakes and tremors typically affect middle-aged and older people, although they can happen to people of any age. Though tremors themselves are rarely dangerous, they can make it […]