Setting yourself up for the most effective and proactive experience of drug and alcohol rehab is recommended. You can do so by preparing yourself, by securing your readiness to recover, and by stepping outside of your comfort zone by finally arranging your rehab admission date.
Understandably, this may feel like a big ask while living through the cycle of addiction. Yet, by visiting our website today, here at Action Rehab, you’re already preparing for rehab, unknowingly.
With this in mind, there are many small steps you can take to prepare on physical and psychological scales for rehab.
Through our services, focusing on your referral and admission into rehab, we can guide you through those steps, securing your readiness to visit a drug and alcohol rehab in Folkestone.
Yet, not only that, but we can also find and secure a fitting rehab programme for you, within your local area, offering an efficient admission process.
Improve your experience of rehab by preparing with our below steps. If you have any further questions to gauge expectations of drug and alcohol rehabilitation, reach out today.
What can I do to prepare for rehab?
Preparing is key when looking to experience such an unfamiliar process of rehab. There are in fact many small steps you can take to prepare on physical and psychological levels.
Starting with the physical, you can continue to do research like you are today around drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Securing enough time, money and resources is also recommended, to ensure that you can fulfil the entirety of rehab.
On psychological levels, you can prepare by coming to terms with your drug and alcohol addiction, by understanding the necessity of long-term recovery as a timeframe, by reaching out to loved ones to offload worries, by contacting teams like ours, with the ability to resolve those concerns, and by working on your mindset to accept rehab.
Preparing for rehab may feel like a significant ask. You’re already battling the control of drugs and alcohol. Yet, through small, manageable steps, you can start to regain control, along with improving your initial experience of rehab.
Can you help me find a drug and alcohol rehab in Folkestone?
Once you’re ready for rehab, securing your rehab programme will be the next natural step. It is very important that this is completed rapidly, as soon as you’re ready for rehab, helping to preserve your acceptance of professional support.
At this point, yes, we can help you at Action Rehab, by narrowing down all suitable rehabilitation options to match your needs. Your needs are very important, helping to guide the way when considering rehab recommendations.
Following this approach, through our services, allows for a safer, reliable and personal admission into rehab, while making sure that rehab itself can benefit you. You can also encounter a degree of reassurance to ensure that the correct drug and alcohol rehab in Folkestone, and subsequently the right approach to rehab is secured for you.
What will my rehab programme look like?
Your rehab programme will be personal to you. It will reflect your needs via rehab, all depending on the severity of your addiction, its makeup, and your current physical and psychological health status.
With this in mind, an outline of your rehab programme cannot be provided here. Yet, once your admission has been completed, greater awareness will be available, offering insight into expectations of visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Folkestone.
There’s a strong likelihood that your rehab programme will resemble average structures, by starting off with a detox programme, soon followed by therapeutic treatment services, including talking therapies, stress management and exposure therapy.
Yet, down to the aim of providing personalised rehab programmes, its exact structure and addiction treatment recommendations will likely fluctuate from the next clients, securing your health, safety, comfort and recovery opportunities.
How will the admission process work?
Your admission will begin with our team at Action Rehab, where we will require accurate information around your relationship with drugs and alcohol.
This will be anything from the drug you’re abusing, to the consistency and length of your consumption, to the side effects you’re experiencing and to any pre-existing health issues.
This information, along with your personal wants and needs via rehab will then be considered and used as a gauge. A gauge will be extremely helpful to firstly offer an efficient admission, but secondly, a reliable admission, into the most fitting rehab clinic.
Once we’re set with personal rehab recommendations, and you’re happy with what’s to come, your referral will be completed, soon followed by efficient admission date.
While the admission process is a steppingstone into rehab, it is in fact very important as it secures your readiness to recover, your suitability for drug and alcohol rehab, and your needs to act as a benchmark for rehab.
What happens if I relapse?
By completing rehab, there’s a strong chance that you will withdraw from drugs and alcohol, restore on psychological levels, and learn how to cope without their presence. Yet, once you do return to your home in Folkestone, there’s a risk that vulnerabilities will arise.
Vulnerabilities will usually be linked to old triggers. For example, prior to rehab, a certain environment may have triggered your drug and alcohol consumption.
If exposure to that environment is soon experienced post-rehab, you may experience a high-risk situation, which can resurface old cravings.
This is why it’s important that lifestyle changes are made on a post-rehab basis to protect you as much as possible from high-risk situations. If you do however find yourself relapsing, on an emotional, mental or physical basis, this can be reverted.
More than likely, you will require ongoing support and a degree of addiction treatment services. For those who experience emotional relapse, talking therapies are a practical way to revert effects.
If you do unfortunately reuse drugs and alcohol, detoxification may be necessary, yet this will depend on the effects that you’ve experienced.
There is still hope beyond a relapse, where long-term recovery can be aimed for. Yet, to reduce post-rehab struggles following professional guidance and completing regular aftercare sessions will be encouraged.
Today, by visiting our website, you will have experienced a small step of pre-rehab preparations. Continue this by committing to physical and psychological planning, noted higher up.
By doing so, with our guidance at Action Rehab, you’ll soon be ready to visit a drug and alcohol rehab in Folkestone, starting off your long-term recovery journey.