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Addiction Help in Cotham

Seeking help with your addiction is a big step.

It takes courage and humility to accept your problem and ask for help.

Drugs or alcohol will take a toll on your life and those of your loved ones.

You may feel abandoned by your family and friends.

But you are not alone in this struggle.

If you live in Cotham, help is available.

Abbeycare Clinic is here for you to get your life back.

Why seek help for your addiction?

People suffering from addiction often ask themselves why they need treatment.

Abbeycare completely understands your indecisiveness.

The anxiety and uncertainty associated with change can cause anyone to think twice.

Here are the important 5 reasons why you need treatment as soon as possible.

#1. You cannot stop on your own.

Whether you admit it or not, addiction has controlled your life. Sheer willpower cannot help you to change.

Your brain’s chemistry has been altered by toxins and you need professional intervention to remove those toxins.

#2. Your addiction will get worse.

Addiction is a progressive disease. Like all diseases, you should not leave it untreated.

The longer you engage in substance abuse, the more your addiction will damage your physical, mental, and social well-being.

#3. Change now while you can.

Don’t wait for you to hit rock bottom before seeking help.

The long term impact of addiction will make it harder for you to change.

You may end up homeless and alienated from family and friends.

You could end up jobless and flat broke making it harder to for you to support your life.

#4. It won’t hurt if you try.

Rehab is a learning opportunity.

You have nothing to lose but you have everything to gain.

You will develop coping tools and receive support for your successful recovery.

#5. You could lose your life.

Drugs and alcohol can kill you.

It could be through a gradual decline in health, complications, or organ failure.

It can be via an untimely or sudden death by overdose or accident.

There is still hope while you are still alive.

If you or a loved one in Cotham is suffering from addiction and are ready to commit to change, contact Abbeycare at 01603 513 091 and we will help you.

Addiction and Responsibility

Addicts fail to take responsibility for their life because they can think they can rationalise their situation.

Genetic and social factors that are beyond a person’s control can greatly contribute to the cause of addiction.

4 theories have been forwarded to explain addiction responsibility and solution.

#1. The Moral Theory suggests that you are primarily responsible for causing and solving your addiction, which can be solved by proper motivation.

#2. The Medical theory looks at the toxic chemicals responsible for causing addiction and suggests the need for professional intervention and medical treatment to solve it.

#3. The Enlightenment theory believes that you are responsible for your addiction but you need the intervention of a higher power and self-discipline to solve the problem.

#4. Finally, the Compensatory theory acquits you from creating your addiction problem but holds you responsible to solve it by acquiring the knowledge and skills to address the problem.

At Abbeycare, we don’t focus on holding anyone accountable for your addiction.

Instead, we only focus on your recovery which entails your complete commitment and participation to succeed.

How does rehab help addicts?

Rehab is the only way to treat and manage addiction.

It will help people recover from addiction in many ways.

Here are specific ways rehab will help you.

Stop drug and alcohol use. Rehab will help you to remove drugs or alcohol for your life.

Cleanse you from drug and alcohol toxins. Through detox, rehab will remove the toxic substances that continue to damage your body.

Continuous monitoring, care, and medication will relieve you from withdrawal symptoms that you will experience during the detox.

Understand addiction. Rehab will educate you about your disease so that you can understand it better and learn how to stop and manage it.

Counselling. Rehab will help you discover yourself, delve into your repressed or hidden emotions, and frustration to determine and address the root cause of your addition.

Therapy. Rehab will provide a range of different therapies designed to facilitate your mental, psychological, social, and spiritual healing.

Social support. No man is an island. Rehab will provide you with social support that you need in life.

Long-term foundation. Through its aftercare programme, rehab will provide you coping strategies, skills, and practical plans to stay clean and sober once you reintegrate into society.

Safe Haven. Rehab can serve as your home whenever you are in trouble in your struggle of addiction.

Call Abbeycare on 01603 513 091  and we will help strengthen your soul, clear your vision, inspire ambition, restore your senses, and achieve meaning in life.

Life after Rehab

Life after rehab is one of the biggest challenges in your recovery.

Life after rehab is not a fairy tale where everything ends up happily ever after.

You will be confronted with the usual challenges and struggles that people normally face in life.

People that know of your struggle may take a while to trust you again.

You will be forced to find a job to pay for bills.

You will not be exempted from the daily tasks that people need to do to survive life.

You should remember that change and recovery is a gradual process.

Change is not magic.

With our aftercare programme, Abbeycare will always be there beside you in your struggle.

Call us now at 01603 513 091 and we will help you do the things you think you cannot do.

Abbeycare serving Cotham

Abbeycare is a government licensed and accredited rehab clinic in the UK that provides quality treatment for people suffering from alcohol and drug addiction and other co-occurring disorders.

Our drug rehab programme and facilities provide a safe and effective drug addiction treatment.

As a foundation, our focus is on helping people recover from addiction and get them back into living healthy, productive, and meaningful lives.

We offer multi-level care for a complete a successful recovery.

We help start your recovery journey from quitting, detoxifying, changing, transitioning back to society to maintain sobriety after treatment.

Aside from our intensive residential programme, all our patients become part of a highly active recovery alumni group.

If you live in Cotham, you can call Abbeycare for help.

FAQ

  • Can I bring snacks into rehab?

Yes. You can bring your favourite snacks.

However, Abbeycare will provide the primary food to ensure the nutrition you need for your physical health recovery.

  • Can I refund the rehab fees if I decide to leave?

No. All fees are non-refundable.

A client who has left and has not completed the rehab is given 7 days to return and continue treatment.

Failure to return will forfeit payment and slot allotted for them.

    • How do I know if I need to undergo detox?

Everyone admitted to the residential rehab programme of Abbeycare will undergo detox.

No one is exempted hence you don’t need to know whether you need or don’t need to undergo detox.

Serving Cotham & Surrounding Areas, including:

Kingsdown Stokes Croft Montpelier
The Arches Redland Larkhall
Tyndalls Park Lewins Mead Broadmead
St. Andrews St. Pauls St. Jude

How To Book

To book addiction treatment near Cotham, call our admissions team direct on 01603 513 091, or request a callback, at a convenient time.

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