Rehab is very often the first stage of the recovery process. Many people will try to get into recovery from addiction in the community and often find it simply too difficult to make the necessary changes while surrounded by the same triggers; breaking the habit is just too hard. Very often, those who are able to break the habit, realise that, although they were able to stop, they found it very difficult to stay in recovery and unfortunately experience relapse.
Going into rehab is the perfect way to start the recovery process. It gives the individual the opportunity, the time and the space to come away from their daily lives, break the cycle of the addictive behaviour and begin the recovery process.
Rehab at The Providence Projects is designed to help the individual get into recovery. When we use the word recovery, we are talking about a lifestyle change which will involve physical change, mental change and emotional change. During the rehab programme and with the help of the medical team at The Providence Surgery and the addiction counsellors at The providence Projects, clients will create a solid foundation of recovery on which to build. The rehab programme is designed to build that platform and to help all clients develop the skills to maintain recovery. During the treatment, clients will gain deeper insight into their addiction, their thinking and behaviour and develop a range of relapse prevention skills as well as putting together a plan for long term recovery.
To find out more about our range of rehab and recovery programmes today, please call and speak to one of our counsellors who are available from 8am until 10pm, 7 days a week.