Rehab 4 Addiction. Established in 2012 by Oliver Clark, Rehab 4 Addiction is an advisory and referral service for people who suffer from alcohol, drug and behavioural addiction.
Rehab 4 Addiction works closely with rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics throughout the United Kingdom and the admissions team match a patients’ addiction with an appropriately placed rehabilitation centre.
We are able to offer rehabilitation centres patient referrals and we always prioritise the needs of the specific patient when doing so. We maintain a substantial network of rehabilitation centres throughout the United Kingdom. We work with private rehabilitation centres, the NHS and even a number of ‘luxury rehabilitation’ centres abroad.
We can offer immediate access to quality rehabilitation centres in literally any corner of the United Kingdom. Finding the right rehabilitation centre is not as simple as you might think. If you search the internet for ‘rehabilitation centre’ the number of options is vast and often confusing. And since your budget is a factor in your choice of rehabilitation centre you may give up before you even begin to round the number of options down to a manageable number. Our admissions team will work within the confines of your budget, ensuring you select the most appropriate rehabilitation centre for your specific addiction.
If you are a rehabilitation centre who offers detoxification and therapy to patients and you seek a guaranteed source of new patients then fill out our enquiry form and we can discuss the possibility of working together.
We continue to help thousands of addicts all across the United Kingdom in defeating their addiction and we are proud of the quality of our treatment.
Drugs & Alcohol, Advice, Vulnerable People
129 Astral House
My name is Deanna (it’s not always been but, explanations later) and I’ve been volunteering at Mansfield CVS roughly six and a half years now. During that time I have worked with almost every creed and colour, the disabled; the gay and the transgendered; the last two of which count me among their company, told you I wasn’t always Deanna.
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