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24 hours rehab

Call Now for Immediate Confidential Help and Advice 02038 115 619 

24 hours rehab
Immediate Access for help and advice
02038 115 619

The goal of rehab is far more ambitious than just getting you to give up drugs. The actual target of treatment is to help you find the real you – the person who can be happy without using drugs. It is by finding yourself that you will be able to build the type of life that will be so satisfying that you never feel the need to abuse any substances again. With the help of a quality drug treatment centre, you can begin to rebuild your life and find happiness.

Addiction, over time, steals things from you. It not only causes you to lose opportunities, money, self-respect, and relationships, it also steals your hopes and dreams. This means that you lose sight of who you really are as your life begins to revolve around your addiction. The whole purpose of rehab is to help to get back all those things you have lost, and part of this will be reclaiming your aspirations and desires.

How You Can Find Yourself at a Drug Treatment Centre

During your time in rehab, you are going to be spending a great deal of your time in therapy sessions. There are two main kinds of these in a drug treatment centre – group therapy and private sessions with a therapist. During group sessions, you will have the opportunity to work with other clients to examine the behaviours that have led you to where you are now. You also work as a group to find common solutions to these problems. By working with a therapist in a one-to-one format, you will begin to remove the layers of bad behaviours that have been holding you back so that you can set the real you free.

One of the things about rehab is that you will get plenty of time to think about your life. You will have the space to figure out what you really want in the future and how you can get this. One of the problems with addiction is that it makes you lose sight of your real desires.  There will also be ample opportunity for you to examine your past to figure out how you have lost your way. This means that by the time you are ready to leave rehab, you will have a much firmer grasp of the person you are and where you are going.

Recovery is All about Getting to Know the Real You

You will learn a great deal about yourself during your time in a drug treatment centre, but this is only really the start of your journey. Once you return home you will continue to see the real you begin to blossom – this is a lifetime of work, but you begin to reap the rewards right away. The more you develop towards becoming the best person you can be, the more comfortable you are going to feel within your own skin.

It is common for people who are trapped in addiction to suffer from low self-esteem. This can mean that they struggle to even look other people in the eye. As you free the real you, the person who wants to be happy, your self-esteem will increase steadily. You will reach a stage where you no longer feel any shame – you will feel equal to any other person and you will be proud of your achievements.

The person who is addicted to drugs is not the real you. Now is the time to reclaim your life by entering rehab so you can begin to rebuild your life and find real happiness.

Health Insurance

Our Rehabs accept most of the major private health insurers.

  • AVIVA Health Insurance
  • AXA Health Insurance
  • Bupa Health Insurance
  • Standard Life Health Insurance
  • Vitality Health Insurance
  • Cigna Health Insurance
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If you are experiencing problems as a result of your alcohol or drug use, or if you are drinking or using drugs to cope with existing problems, our National Addiction Treatment & Rehabilitation Directory contains over 700 addiction treatment services that may be able to help you when you decide to do something about them.

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