Inpatient Rehab – Residential Addiction Treatment

Inpatient rehab is a safe and supportive place where you can take all the necessary steps to overcome addiction. Rehabilitation will not only address your addictive behaviours, but also any psychological and physical problems that may accompany substance abuse. By identifying and confronting the issues that have led to addiction, you can then move forward to recovery.

Do you need inpatient rehab?

We can perform an assessment to help you understand your situation and whether or not you really need inpatient rehab. You might find your problem is not as serious as you thought! If inpatient rehab is necessary, we can help you find the most suitable treatment programme for your specific needs and circumstances. Successful treatment offers long-term sobriety and a healthier life free from addiction. Rehabilitation will:

  • Address the underlying issues of the addiction

  • Challenge negative thoughts and behaviours

  • Enhance confidence and self-esteem

  • Develop skills for building healthy relationships

  • Provide skills for self improvement

What happens at rehab?

Residential rehabilitation offers 24/7 supervision and care with a sole focus on addiction recovery. It has been proven to be the most effective form of treatment for anyone seeking long-term abstinence and is recommended to those who have abused substances or displayed addictive behaviours for an extended time.

Detoxification

Treatment for substance abuse addictions begins with a detoxification under medical supervision. This allows the body to be cleansed of toxins and chemical residues. A detoxification will usually be performed on-site at the rehab centre and may include pharmacological support.

Individual Counselling & Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

By addressing the thoughts and actions around the addictive behaviour, and through the development of strategies for self control, an addicted person can alter their mindset towards a healthy and happy life away from destructive actions that could lead to a relapse.

Group Therapy

Sharing stories and experiences with others can be an effective component of the rehabilitation process. The support that is offered in a group therapy setting can help all those involved to reach a shared goal of recovery.

Physical and Psychological Assessments

Professionals will assess your physical and psychological condition. Assessments will help address any health problems and psychological disorders such as anxiety, depression, or other emotional issues. Assessments will continue through the duration of treatment to ensure the highest level of care is being received.

Aftercare Planning

Making preparations for leaving a treatment environment will form a part of any stay at rehab. By learning skills to help maintain recovery and continue the progress that has been made during treatment, aftercare planning provides the tools and knowledge to lead a life free from addiction.

Physical Fitness and Alternative Therapies

Exercise, meditation, massage, yoga and other alternative therapies are offered at rehab, Off-site excursions are also available to those who wish to participate, some providing once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

What happens when I contact Addiction Friend?

We will give you honest advice and try to assess your situation by asking a few simple questions. You don’t have to give us any information you don’t want to and there is no pressure to commit to anything – or take any actions. If you feel that rehab is the best option for you and we agree after assessing your situation, we can help you find a treatment programme that is equipped to help you in the best possible way.

Looking for urgent treatment?

We can book you into treatment and take care of all the details.

Want to talk to an adviser?

Tell us when to call and an addiction specialist will be in touch.

Taking the 1st step

If you are serious about recovery and your addiction requires it, rehab is likely to be your best option. Long term care in a residential rehab facility has been proven to be a highly effective way of recovering from addiction. By removing yourself from your current environment you can focus 100% on recovery.