What Is rehab?

About us


Swindon Rehab will listen to your unique situation and provide support and advice.

The helpline is 100% free and confidential.

Our addiction specialists work with rehabilitation centres in the Swindon area and can discuss their treatment programmes with you.

It is important to gain all the relevant information and options before committing to treatment.

There is no obligation to admit to treatment.

Our staff will simply advise you on what they believe to be the best options for you.

They will work with you to find the best treatment for you or your loved one.

Our Staff


Swindon rehab is effective in sorting out which programmes and facilities would not suit a client, and which ones would be beneficial.

Our addiction specialists would then present the options and put clients in touch with the clinic of their choice.

By doing this, we ensure that people get the support required without the added pressure of trying to find the right programme on their own.

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The staff at the Swindon Rehab Centre are addiction specialists who are compassionate and knowledgeable.

They are trained in the field of addiction, and have experience working with multiple addictions in both drugs and alcohol.

The staff will take the time to listen to hear about your current situation, and match you or your loved one to programmes we think would help them.

Confidentiality


Swindon Rehab can guarantee complete confidentiality.

This is something we take very seriously.

No personal information, for example, emails, contact numbers or any other information you provide will be passed on without your prior consent.

Discussion about treatment


When you call us, we will start by asking you some basic questions about your current circumstances.

This might include details about what substance you are struggling with, your current level of use, and any past attempts at treatment.

From this, we will begin to narrow down the most suitable options for you for residential treatment.

There is no obligation to go ahead with the treatment.

Treatment options


There are many different options for treatment for drug or alcohol addiction.

Many people initially try to manage this on their own.

Studies show that chances of recovery are much higher when attempted with support from a treatment provider.

Some choose to access supports through the NHS and in the community.

This might include attending recovery meetings or meeting with an addictions worker on a regular basis.

Treatment in a rehab clinic has the best success rates of long-term recovery from addiction.

The treatment centres we work with address both the physical and psychological issues which underpin the addiction.

By doing this thoroughly in a safe and supportive environment, people leave these centres feeling equipped to manage their recovery from addiction on a day-to-day basis.

Cost


Swindon rehab works with a variety of private treatment centres which can suit different budgets.

Some offer finance options, which will allow you to pay for your treatment over a longer period.

Cost of treatment will also depend on the length of time you require treatment.

This might depend on the substance you are using, how much of it, and over how long a period.

This would also take into account physical and mental health factors.

Phone us to discuss what residential treatments options may be available.

Emergency admission


We understand that you may be experiencing withdrawal symptoms and be looking for immediate treatment.

Emergency admission can be facilitated if necessary at no extra cost, which can result in admission within 24-48 hours. We work closely with rehab clinics to ensure a quick and smooth entry into the treatment centre of your choice.

However, these clinics may not all have rooms available on short notice.

Feedback


We try to develop our advice service as much as possible.

If you have had a recent experience with Swindon Rehab, we would love to hear about it.

Please get in touch with us via the telephone number or e-mail addresses below, to help us to continually improve our service.

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