Kington Rehabs

Addiction Helper Rehab LIVESEARCH shows every Alcohol and Drug Rehab centre in kington and provides a complete overview of each facility including reviews from previous treatment centre residents.

While there are many individuals in Kington using substances such as drugs or alcohol in moderation, there are others unable to function without them. Substance abuse is a big problem in all parts of the UK and is affecting the lives of countless people. Once a tolerance to alcohol or drugs develops, there is a need to consume more of the substance to achieve the desired feelings. However, in doing this, the risk of developing a physical dependence increases. A physical dependence on alcohol and drugs can lead to a devastating addiction that will, more often than not, require professional help if it is to be overcome. Thankfully that help is available by way of both drug and alcohol rehab in Kington.

It is important to remember that substance abuse and addiction are not only problems for those who abuse the substances. There is a commonly held belief that addicts are only harming themselves and that if they are unwilling to quit the substance to which they are addicted, they should be left to their own devices. The reality is that addiction has a knock-on effect on family members, friends, and general society. Another unhelpful belief is that addicts are somehow to blame for their own situation. It is these opinions that can prevent those affected from reaching out for help from providers of alcohol and drug rehab in Kington and other parts of the UK.

As a referral service, Addiction Helper works hard to break down the barriers that are preventing affected individuals from accessing rehab in Kington and beyond. We want you to know that there is no shame in being addicted to alcohol or drugs. You did not choose to be an addict; nobody does. You are also not to blame for your illness. Just because you chose to use alcohol or drugs in the first place does not mean you chose to be an addict.

Overcoming the Stigma of Addiction with Rehab

The stigma that is attached to addiction can make many of those affected reluctant to get help. Being classed as an addict is often seen as something to be ashamed of so sufferers usually prefer to hide their illness from others or pretend that it is not happening. They believe that if their situation is ignored, it might go away and then everything will be okay once more. This rarely happens.

What is more likely to happen is that the illness will progress, and the individual’s situation will get worse. We want you to know that you do not have to continue living under a cloud of addiction. You have nothing to be embarrassed about and you will never face judgement or disapproval from us or anyone else in the addiction services industry.

Unlike those with little to no experience of addiction, we know why this illness occurs. We understand that it is an illness that can affect absolutely anyone, and we know that those affected are no more to blame than those who have cancer can be blamed for their illness.

We also know that to overcome the stigma of addiction you are likely to need professional help. Both drug and alcohol rehab in Kington is readily available to those that need it, and we can help you to access it. All we require is to speak with you first.

Let Us Help You Find Drug or Alcohol Rehab in Kington

You may have been hoping that we could just recommend a provider of alcohol or drug rehab in Kington here and that you would not have to speak to anyone. You should know that the only way for us to recommend a programme that will work for you is to talk with you and get an idea of what your treatment requirements are.

It would be irresponsible of us to tell you who to approach for treatment without first knowing what level of substance misuse you are dealing with. If we were to do this, it could mean that you are referred to a programme that does not meet your needs or is far more intensive than you require.

We want to talk to you to find out how severe your illness is. We also want to know if you have commitments at home or at work that could affect the type of programme we recommend. In addition, we would like to know what your preferences are and what type of budget you have. This way, we can make sure that you are matched to a treatment provider that you are completely comfortable with.

Featured Kington Alcohol & Drug Detox Treatment Centres

What to Expect from Alcohol or Drug Rehab in Kington?

Before you commit to a programme of recovery though, you might want to find out a bit more about what you can expect from rehab in Kington. What you should know is that the recovery process is typically made up of three elements. Below is a brief explanation of each:

  • Detox – Detox programmes aim to address the physical aspect of the addiction. It is necessary to break the cycle of substance abuse before you can move on to deal with the emotional and psychological issues. Detox programmes usually last for between one and two weeks and during this time, your body will expel the chemicals and toxins that have built up due to your substance abuse.
  • Rehabilitation – Rehabilitation programmes are provided by organisations such as private clinics and the NHS – they are inpatient or outpatient based. Inpatient programmes are concentrated and provide the fastest and most time-consuming approach to getting well. Outpatient programmes run at a slower pace alongside daily life.
  • Aftercare – Aftercare is the process that helps with maintaining sobriety. It is usually included as part of a rehab programme and is available for up to a year after the programme ends. However, aftercare support is also provided by local support groups such as Narcanon, Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous.

For more information on the recovery process, call Addiction Helper today and speak to one of our friendly advisors. Our free and confidential services are available 24-hours a day; as well as information and advice on addiction and recovery, we can answer any queries you may have or provide you with a free assessment to help you gauge the severity of your illness. Call now to find out more about how we can help you or someone you love, overcome addiction for good.

We offer dedicated local treatment across Herefordshire including Bromyard, Hereford, Ledbury, Leominster and Ross-on-Wye.