Drug & Alcohol Rehab Derby
Here at Help4Addiciton, it is our mission to ensure that anyone suffering from addiction from all over Derby is able to get help, when they want it. We are a rehab for addiction service that helps you get exactly what you need, to help you get off drink or drugs. No matter what substance you misuse, we will find the right rehab clinic in Derby and get you off drink or drugs, for good.
Alcohol addiction is a common problem all over England and Wales, with drug addiction not too far behind. We want to stop the spread of the addiction epidemic and get you back on the path to recovery – and a normal life. When clients come to us it is because they have decided they want to get off drugs but don’t know how, don’t have the confidence, or simply want to quit for good the first time they try. We can help.
If this sounds of interest to you then there are two ways to get in touch. The first is to use our online consultation service. Answer the questions provided and one of our non-judgmental, friendly staff will get back to you as soon as is possible. Alternatively, you can pick up the phone and call us, right now, on 0203 955 7700. We are ready when you are and won’t leave you to fend for yourself.
How Help 4 Addiction works?
We help those that are suffering from alcoholism or drug addiction and who want to go into rehab. Once you have lived with an addiction for a certain length of time it becomes everyday normality. We find it increasingly difficult to break those cycles, particularly if we try to do it alone. You need a support base to break free, and you need it to work correctly the first time around. When it comes to detox and rehab, some people simply don’t get a second chance to quit drinking or get off drugs.
So: here at Help4Addiciton, our ethos is to place those that need help with the right rehab clinic or facility for them. It might sound arbitrary to place people in rehab centres in Derby, already near where they live, but this simple act does much more than you might think at first glance.
The act of specifically matching people to the right rehab clinic for them is akin to a dating app matching you with others. The likes and interests are considered and processed for matches. If a dating site randomly matched you with others you had nothing in common with, it wouldn’t be a highly successful site. As it is with rehab clinics in Derby.
To get better – as in, to get off drink or drugs – you need the best possible circumstances around yourself. You need the right blend of medication and therapy, as well as the right range of holistic treatments to keep you calm and relaxed. While some of us live an active life and need a rehab clinic near us with sporting facilities, others are more creative, and perhaps prefer art therapy or writing to help them process their old habits into new ones. This is where we come in.
Here at Help4Addiction we match the person’s specifications to the rehab clinic that will work for them, based on their likes and dislikes. This allows us to have a high percentage of former patients who have successfully gotten off drink or drugs, while simultaneously giving our clients the best chance at success. We want you to quit drinking or drug taking. We want you to recover. In order to maximize your possibility at sobriety, we go the extra length to find exactly what you need.
Put simply, when you quit drinking or taking drugs with Help 4 Addiction, you do better than you would without us. Call us now on 0203 955 7700 if you want to test this theory.
What to Expect from Derby-Based Rehab Clinics?
While drug rehab and alcohol rehab are two different things, they do come with striking similarities. The first thing you will need to do is to detox so that the chemicals you have used are completely gone from your body. This might mean you take a few days to come off alcohol in a managed, controlled environment, and it might mean you take weeks to properly adapt to life without heroin or cocaine. Whatever length of time your detox plan takes, it is important that you don’t go ‘cold turkey’ without medical supervision or advice. We would always advise that you talk to your GP before you go ahead with quitting all at once. You may even wish to enquire about eligibility for the Help 4 Addiction home detox kits (which have certain conditions).
When you have completed this difficult first stage, the new challenge is to stay away from the substance you have been abusing and not give in to your cravings. To do this, your rehab clinic will use a mixture of techniques. You will be expected to attend group therapy sessions most days of your rehab program. You will also be invited to private sessions with a therapist to try to uncover why you felt the need to do drink or drugs excessively to begin with. Once you get to this stage, you will begin to understand that drink and drug addiction are as much of a symptom of unhealthy coping mechanisms as they are a problem in their own right.
If you can get to the bottom of the psychological reason you have for becoming addicted in the first place, you will better be able to resist temptation. Similarly, your therapists will teach you healthy coping tactics so that you don’t need to resort to addiction if similar situations arise in the future. This is a difficult process that takes time and effort. You may wish to stay in therapy for a long time after rehab, just to make sure the extra help is there for you.
After this, it is all a waiting game. The more opulent your rehab clinic, the more likely they are to have a variety of activities which will keep your mind off drugs at least a little. Different hobby materials will be available in each rehab clinic near Derby, which is another reason a service like ours is so useful. We can help you find a rehab clinic based on the things that you like to do. This ought to give you a higher chance at quitting and staying off drink or drugs for good.
Drink and drug Addictions in Derby
Does Derby even have a problem with drink and drugs? Of course it does. Every single region of England suffers at the mercy of alcoholism. On a Friday and Saturday night every city in the south becomes alive with party goers, all drunk on easily available alcohol. Drugs, although harder to get hold of, are equally as big a problem.
Anyone living in Derby for any length of time knows that the city centre is pretty much a no-go area after dark. Worse still, Black Mamba is a killer drug known to be sold freely in the streets of the city. Back in 2017, the Derby Telegraph took some terrifying shots of people passed out on the streets at the hands of this drug, with paramedics tending them. Derby City Council have issued guidance on the matter, but it seems insubstantial by comparison to the scale of the problem. It is estimated that the UK government spends around £3.5 billion a year treating alcohol misuse through the NHS. As you can imagine, this is a huge chunk of the public purse that ought to be being spent elsewhere.
Help is Available in All Areas of Derby!
We never turn away a face that needs help and falls under the jurisdiction of NHS England and Wales. We want you to come to us because we want you to quit drinking or taking drugs. You can get help as an outpatient, in private rehab clinics, via online therapy – and in any number of other ways. What is important is that you take that first step and reach out. We are here to help, but if we don’t know you need that help then we can’t issue it.
We cover all areas of Derby and Derbyshire with our help for addictions service, but some of the areas we most often hear of include:
- Darley Abbey
- Little Chester
- New Zealand
- Pear Tree
- Pride Park
- Shelton Lock
- Sunny Hill
But don’t’ forget that we also see clients from all over England and Wales. If you live outside of Derby city, in the surrounding countryside, then do not hesitate to call us. If you want to get off drugs or stop drinking for good, we can help.
Contact us now on 0203 955 7700 and don’t put your recovery off for a single second longer.
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