Addiction Rehab & Detox Treatment Centres in Sheffield
At Addiction Helper we work with the most successful detox and rehab clinics in Sheffield and Yorkshire. Through our close relationships with them, we know which addictions and conditions they treat and what their treatment programme involves. This means that we can find the right detox and rehab clinic for you and your circumstances.
The addiction centres near Sheffield offer an excellent level of care and a range of detox and rehab treatments to give you the best chance of a healthy, long-term recovery. They provide a safe, structured environment to address the physical and psychological issues behind addiction and to give you the coping strategies you need for a life free of drugs or alcohol.
Aftercare treatment– for a life free of addiction in Sheffield
Recovery from any addiction, whether it be drugs, alcohol, gambling or gaming, is a lengthy process. It doesn’t end as soon as the individual has completed a detox and rehab programme. Aftercare is just as important. Going home after residential treatment can be difficult and relapse is a real possibility. Clients need support and aftercare is essential for the client to become re-integrated into the real world and to live a life free of substance abuse. Clients with a healthy aftercare plan are more likely to stay sober than those without.
The rehab clinics in and around Sheffield offer a structured programme of aftercare. Clients are given a tailor-made care plan which can include individual counselling, nutritional support and attendance of Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. We can arrange for a trained Sober Companion to stay with the client for between 3 days and 6 months. And we can administer random blood tests to check for alcohol or drug use.
Family relationships can break down through addiction. It is therefore equally important that families and carers are given continued support once their loved one has left residential addiction treatment. In the Sheffield area, families can be given counselling and supportive psychotherapy, and are encouraged to attend Al-Anon meetings. Aftercare helps families to better understand the illness that is addiction and relationships can be re-built.