Rehab is a course of treatment for drug or alcohol dependency or other addictive behaviour, typically at a residential facility. Rehabs are abstinence based and provide an intensive programme of support and care for people who have difficulty becoming drug or alcohol free.
Many rehab treatment centres will have detox facilities to ensure you become abstinent in safe, comfortable and medically supervised environment.
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Rehab is a ‘Fresh Start’
For people who are serious about tackling their addiction, rehab is the often the most effective way to achieve a fresh start.
Often rehab is recommended for:
- People who have difficulty becoming drug or alcohol free
- People who have accessed support in their community but continue to drink or use.
The benefits of going to Rehab
Although rehab programmes vary considerably, they generally offer intensive residential support that promotes the following benefits:
When is rehab needed?
Each case is different and addicted people have different needs and wants. In order to confirm your need for residential addiction treatment, you should consider speaking to Port of Call. We can assess your needs and history and make a tailored recommendation based on your needs. Rehab saves lives and restores families. Certainly for some people, treatment at this intensity gives the best possible chance to break a cycle of addiction and achieve a fresh start.