Help 4 Addiction provide specialist services, designed to get you off drink and drugs. If you have lost some of your life to substance abuse, we want you to call us for a no-obligation chat. Even if you haven’t made your mind up about quitting yet, and you just want to talk it through – we want you to call.
Our organisation was set up by an ex addict who wanted to help others in the areas where he felt addiction rehab services were lacking. For the thousands of addicts that exist in the UK right now, it is thought that less than a fifth of them reach out for the help they need to quit. Support is out there, and there’s no reason not to take it. When you do quit drinking or get off drugs, your quality of life will drastically improve. You give yourself the chance to start over again… just like our founder. He is living each day, proving that rehab treatments can work.
If you want to start your journey to recovery with Help4Addiction, call us right away. Our number is 0203 955 7700 but you can also catch us via our online consultation service if you don’t have the confidence to call yet. You are at the heart of all we do, let’s take things at your pace.
How Much Does Rehab Cost?
The cost of rehab will depend on what type of rehab you want to choose. In general, you will be restrained to the following options in terms of type:
- Residential or Outpatient?
This will directly impact the cost of rehab. Most outpatient clinics cost less because there are less staff members involved, and you don’t need to stay overnight. Most residential rehab clinics, however, will cost slightly more. The average cost is around the £1400 mark for rehab in the UK.
- Therapy Based Rehab
The majority of rehab clinics nowadays use different types of therapy to get to the bottom of your addiction issues. Usually, when someone is addicted, it is because their emotional circumstances have driven them to uncomfortable behaviour patterns. This discomfort forces them to rely on chemical substance misuse to deal with those emotions. The aim of therapy in rehab is to treat the underlying reasons and prevent you using drink or drugs as a coping mechanism. All this being said, it doesn’t affect the cost of rehab unless you decide to take additional therapies.
- Short Term or Long Term
Another element that will directly impact rehab clinic costs is the length of time you need to engage with the rehab services for. If you have had an ongoing addiction through many years, it is unrealistic to expect you can just give it up in a month. It is going to take time, effort, and work. With persistence you will quit drugs or alcohol, but obviously length of time spent using the services will increase the cost. A good tip here is to find a service that includes aftercare. A rehab clinic that supports you by telephone or group therapy sessions in the months after your initial recovery but doesn’t provide full service, can help you out if you don’t have the money to spend. Call us today for more expert advice.
- Added Extras
Many rehab clinics offer high-end facilities with a focus on luxury. Private rehab, if it is residential, will cost the most but is also more likely to include some special treatments. It might be that your choice of rehab clinic needs to have a gym or spa room attached, it may be that you want to have a games room to keep you occupied. Other added extras might cover holistic treatments like Reiki or massage, while others might focus on exercising outdoors. Needless to say that the when you are surrounded by extras, your time in residential rehab will pass quicker. On the other hand, you could just take a few books or a laptop to an NHS facility and still get better.
So as you can see, the costs of rehab will differ depending on both the rehab clinic you choose, and your individual needs. If you are particularly worried about the cost, call us so we can set your mind at ease. The thing about rehab clinics is that you are investing in your own future. It is far better to borrow the money and pay it back, than it is to never try in the first place. Trust us. We have dealt with hundreds of people, just like you, who all say the same thing.
How Long Will I Spend in Rehab Clinics in Oxford?
Rehab takes a different time for every different person that goes through it. That being said, we have produced this rough guide as to how long rehab should take. If you are struggling or are simply reluctant to go into rehab over time constraints, then it may help soothe your worries. Oxford has plenty of rehab clinics for you to choose from, but it is best not to make that choice based on the length of time they estimate it will take for you to recover. The reason for this is that scientifically speaking, each individual takes a different time for treatment to be considered successful. Rehab clinics that boast they can get you off drugs or get you to stop drinking quickly, might not be telling the whole truth.
You will suffer from withdrawal symptoms differently, for a start. Alcohol withdrawal might take a few weeks to get over, but heroin withdrawal will need to be carefully managed using fewer addictive substances. As you can see, the length of time spent in rehab differs per person.
It is precisely for reasons like this that you need a service like ours. Call Help4Addiction today to get one of our experienced team to help you make this huge decision. We will always do our best by you and do our best to get you clean. You can find us on 0203 955 7700 or you can contact us via our online consultation and someone from our delightful team will be in touch soon.
What About My Mental Health While I Recover from Addiction?
There have been extensive studies into the links between alcohol or drug addiction and depression. It has even been realised that addiction can be a direct result of this awful mental health problem. Those who suffer from depressive episodes but are experiencing less of them or are learning to manage their conditions better over time, are said to be ‘in recovery’. So you can be in recovery from an addiction, or from a mental health problem such as depression. Obviously, there are striking differences between the two, but the terminology used is the same for a reason. It can take years to recover from depression and you might still be susceptible after a decade of work. This is the same as how it might take years to overcome an addiction enough to be able to be around the substance you abused without giving in to it. We see this all the time in those that have quit drinking and can no longer spend time in a bar.
When you are recovering from an addiction and you have a pre-existing mental health condition – you need to get extra help. We can’t stress this enough. You are doubly at risk of suicide in this state. Getting off drink or drugs will be one of the hardest things you go through in your life. Even if you are considered mentally healthy, it can still be difficult. If you are already at risk, you need medical staff around you to watch your back while you recover. It is simply the safest way to operate.
Contact us now for more advice on your mental health while you recover. Reach us at 0203 955 7700.
Help is Available for All Areas of Oxford!
We aim to provide our services for those living throughout the Oxford city area. We also extend those same attentive rehab help services throughout the surrounding countryside. So if you happen to live just outside of town, or if you live on a rural farm or in a village, we can still help you. We service the whole of England and Wales, in fact, in our mission to lower those drink and drug death statistics. England and Wales could be drink and drug addiction free. If we make a determined enough effort, we can do it. It all starts with you making one phone call to engage with Help 4 Addiction, today.
If you live in:
- Florence Park
- Headington (Hill, New or Old)
- New Botley
- New Hinksey
- New Marston
- Norham Manor
- North Oxford
- Port Meadow
- St. Clement’s
- St. Ebbes
- St. John Street region
- St. Thomas
- Science area
- Temple Cowley
- Walton Manor
Keep in mind that we are not exclusive to Oxford, so if you live in those outlying areas, we can still provide you with the support you need to get into rehab. Call us for the best rehab near you, on 0203 955 7700. You can reach us whether you want to start rehab today, or whether you just want to chat about how you would do it at a later future date. There is no pressure, nor any judgment, when you call us. Give us a ring and see for yourself.
Other Related Areas To Consider For Rehab
Bedfordshire, London, Birmingham, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire, Dorset, Bournemouth, Manchester, Huntingdonshire, Middlesex, Northumberland County, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire County, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Sussex,West Midlands, Devon, Derbyshire, Cumberland, Durham, Newport, Swansea, Derby, Kingston-Upon-Hull, Portsmouth, Northampton, Reading, Bolton, Middlesbrough, Huddersfield, Peterborough, Warrington, Hemel Hempstead