If you’ve begun your search by looking up a ‘rehab near me’, you were likely faced with a wide array of addiction treatment options.
These can start from low-cost options with free local health services like the NHS which don’t tend to be that effective, to private drug and alcohol rehab centres like our rehab in Copeland.
Some of the downsides to receiving free treatment with the NHS is that you’ll often be given a long waiting time which just sadly a result of their lack of resources and funds.
Whereas our drug and alcohol rehab are in the best position to offer you our exceptional addiction treatment programme immediately, with the assurance that we’ve helped countless people achieve their long-term recovery goals.
Particularly in the UK, we frequently see an attitude of people not feeling comfortable to open up and discuss their concerns surrounding their addiction.
This is a dangerous frame of mind which could lead other people who are struggling to overcome their addiction to alcohol or drugs to believe that they don’t need professional support; this couldn’t be further from the truth.
If you were to leave your addiction untreated, it would never get better on its own, only worse which could potentially cause life-changing damage. We urge you to take this opportunity to speak with our admissions team and don’t let addiction take control of your life.
We can show you how to live your life free from substance abuse. Call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at email@example.com for more information.
Are you wondering whether you have an Addiction?
You might have attempted to convince yourself that you don’t need any professional drug and alcohol rehab support when it comes to your addiction.
This feeling of wanting to deal with it on your own isn’t unusual for someone who’s suffering from addiction but trust us when we say you don’t have to go through this alone. There are thousands of people out there in the same position as you and even more people who are willing to help you recover.
One of the main difficulties that people struggle to overcome is actually admitting to themselves that they have an addiction. It’s quite natural to downplay your symptoms and try to hide your condition altogether as we don’t want to be seen to have a weakness.
We commonly see people come into our rehab in Copeland with both a drug or alcohol addiction and mental health problems; this is known as a dual diagnosis.
Living with both an addiction and poor mental health can have a damaging effect on your ability to make clear decisions meaning you may not even recognise that you have a problem which needs addressing.
We frequently see people who have a drug or alcohol addiction believe that they are in control of the situation, however, this of course isn’t true; the substance is in control of you.
It’s important to remember that it’s not just your life that you’re impacting, but the lives of your loved ones around you. We have an exceptional team who have years of experience in delivering addiction treatments and devote all of their time and efforts to helping you win your battle against addiction.
What can cause an Addiction to Alcohol or Drugs?
There isn’t one right answer when it comes to what may have caused someone to become addicted to alcohol or drugs, it’s more likely a number of reasons which may have resulted in an addiction.
To help us determine the underlying reasons of your unique condition, we’ll work with you during a screening assessment to discuss the nature of your addiction and see if we can identify any triggers.
One of the most common reasons why people become addicted to alcohol or drugs is because of poor mental health such as depression, anxiety, or bipolarity.
Some other common reasons why people may have developed a drug or alcohol addiction could be that they’re struggling to deal with the end of a relationship, stressful situations at work, an unresolved childhood issue, or grief.
How can our Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Copeland help you?
Have you ever thought about rehabilitating at home without any professional advice? You’re not alone if you have.
Many people find this option quite appealing as they can attempt to detox from alcohol or drugs in the comfort of their home, however, this is strongly advised against.
A drug or alcohol detoxification brings with it many risks which are just amplified when you try it at home alone. The many dangers surrounding detoxification stem from withdrawal symptoms which can include mild nausea, fluctuating temperature, headaches, dizziness, and in severe cases, hallucinations, insomnia, and delirium tremens (DT’s).
Our team are there for your safety, they’ll supervise the process 24/7 and can administer prescription medication when needed to ease any discomfort.
It doesn’t matter what stage of your addiction you’re at, whether you’ve been a long sufferer of substance abuse or you’ve only just begun to notice the terrible effect it’s having you, we’re ready and motivated to help you overcome this awful disease and create a future that you can look forward to.
With our evidence-based therapies, dedicated team, and holistic approach, we’re confident that our drug and alcohol rehab in Copeland can guide you along your road to recovery.
You’ll also receive 12 months free aftercare with us to help with your transition back into homelife after completing your residential addiction treatment.
We’ll equip you with life-changing tools allowing you to live a life free from alcohol or drugs. Invest in yourself today and contact 01908 489 421 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.