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What is rehabilitation?

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. Whether you’re looking to find an alcohol or drug rehab, Port of Call can help. 

Many treatment centres will have detox facilities to ensure you become abstinent in safe, comfortable and medically supervised environment. The main aim of successful rehabilitation is to enable you to break free from addiction and prevent relapse. We can put you in touch with private rehabs near your home, or maybe further afield if you would prefer. 

Rehab can seek to address underlying issues like anxiety or depression or trauma, self-esteem problems, or stress to name but a few. Ultimately, rehab seeks to introduce you to a different, happier and healthier way of life.

Although rehab programmes vary considerably, they generally offer intensive residential support that promotes the following benefits:

The benefits of rehab
  • An opportunity to deal with not only the physical but also the psychological aspects of addiction – which helps you ultimately get to a place where you are no longer physically or emotionally dependent on substances or behaviours.
  • Residential programmes which remove outside stimuli, triggers, associations and distractions –allowing you to press the pause button and take the time you need to get well without the pressures of everyday life from your home / work environment.
  • An individual treatment plan tailored to your needs and wants.
  • Opportunity to acquire the skills to adjust to a clean and sober life – enabling you to build a solid foundation for recovery and prepare you for a life without addiction.
  • On going support via aftercare packages – meaning you can access support once your residential stay has come to an end.
  • A community of people in recovery meaning you are no longer alone and you’re with like minded people who understand addiction.
  • Family support is available at many rehabs in order that family members can understand addiction and support their loved one.
  • Superior levels of comfort, care and accommodation.
  • Licensed, expert clinical and therapy teams who specialise in addiction.
  • More or less immediate access.

How long does rehab take?

No two person’s rehabilitation is the same. The average stay in rehab is between 4 – 6 weeks and most treatment centres offer primary care programmes which usually run for 28 days.

Rehabilitation is purposefully intensive. It gives you the tools and strategies needed for a sustained recovery and rehabilitation. This is a process that doesn’t happen overnight.

How long a person stays depends entirely on their needs and this decision should be made by the assessment and clinical teams who will be looking after you.

Find rehab near you

We work with rehab clinics all over the UK to help place you in the right clinic. It’s not all about location, we can pick you up and drop you off if the right clinic is in another location. 

Call today for free & confidential advice on 08000029010 (International: +44 161 674 9049)

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  • Help with the next step in tackling your addiction.
  • Support in helping a family member or colleague with an addiction.
  • The right help at the right time based on your needs.
  • A confidential assessment by an addictions specialist.
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