The problems associated with substance abuse are well documented. Substance abuse leads to financial troubles, family breakdowns, health issues and more. Moreover, when substance abuse goes untreated, it usually leads to addiction. We would urge you to get the help you need to overcome substance abuse before it progresses to the next level. That help is available in the Bideford area through a number of different service providers.
Helping you locate the most appropriate treatment is the mission of Addiction Helper. Which allows us to assess each client that calls us on an individual basis for the purposes of recommending the most appropriate treatment.
We should point out that we feel very strongly about residential rehab for those individuals who have crossed the line from abuse to addiction. Residential rehab provides the right environment and a concentrated treatment approach that offers the greatest chances of long-term success. We would be happy to discuss residential treatment with you when you call our addiction recovery helpline.
Take the First Step
We assume that your visit to our website has been motivated by a suspicion that you might have a substance abuse or addiction problem. If that is the case, the first step is admitting you really do have a problem that you need help with. It is not always easy to do, but it is necessary if you are to be helped. Our question to you is this: do you have a substance abuse problem you need help with?
If you are not quite sure where you are at this point, there is nothing to be ashamed of. Please contact us so that we can offer you a complete and confidential assessment. If it turns out you are not suffering from addiction, we want the opportunity set your mind at ease. However, if you are addicted, you need professional help to overcome.
Are you afraid of reaching out for help with drugs or alcohol? Believe it or not, fear is very common among substance abusers. Some fear what family members and friends will think of them. Others fear what life will be like without drugs or alcohol. Still others are just afraid of life in general. It is okay to be afraid. Just understand that getting well requires you to face your fears and reach out for help.