Did you know that Kempston was once the largest village in England? Today the area has grown large enough to be considered a town rather than a village, and combined with the outlined region, it encompasses a population of approximately 100,000. With so many people living in and around Kempston, there is bound to be some struggling with substance abuse or addiction.
Addiction Helper offers assistance to those in need in Kempston. Our free and confidential services are available to individuals and their families struggling with alcohol, illicit drugs, prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, and legal highs. We can also assist with behavioural addictions as well.
Our primary mission is to make sure everyone who calls our addiction recovery helpline is on the way to receiving treatment before our contact ends. Of course, we cannot force anyone to enter rehab against his or her will. However, we will do everything we can to help the substance abuser understand that rehab is the key to a happier, more productive life.
The treatment options we offer are made possible through the efforts of private rehab clinics, support groups, charities, professional counsellors and the NHS. There are enough options to meet the need of just about anyone looking for rehab in Kempston. Just one phone call to our helpline can get you started right away.
Abuse Becomes Addiction
No addict became who he or she is overnight. Rather, addiction is the result of a gradual process that begins with just one drink or one hit. The casual, recreational user becomes a problem user; the problem user evolves into an abuser; the abuser who goes untreated eventually becomes an addict. This reality is the primary reason why those of us at Addiction Helper want to offer assistance as early in the process as possible.
As a substance user, you may not know where you are in that process. That’s okay. If you are willing to call and speak to one of our addiction counsellors, we can help you assess your situation. Moreover, with that assessment, we can offer our recommendations for the most appropriate course of treatment.