Do you find yourself constantly battling a desire to take drugs or drink? Do your friends and relatives regularly voice concern over your drinking or drug taking habits? If you answered ‘yes’ to either of these questions, you may already be in trouble with a substance abuse problem. In such cases, there is no time to delay. You need to get help before substance abuse destroys everything you hold dear.
In the Brixham area, rehab services are made available through a number of providers. Helping you locate the types of services most suitable to you is our job at Addiction Helper. We make it a point to stay abreast of the various treatment options, who is providing them, and how much they cost. This is all information we want to share with you when you call our addiction recovery helpline.
Please know that our helpline is for both addicts and their families. Therefore, even if you are not struggling with drugs or alcohol yourself, we can still help you help that loved one you are concerned about. Please take advantage of our free and confidential services in Brixham by calling our helpline today.
How to Get Well
Substance abuse and addiction are two issues that are nearly impossible to deal with on your own. These require professional help from experienced clinicians and therapists. Having said that, knowing the specific treatments an individual needs requires a full understanding of the seriousness of his or her problem. For example, a treatment provider needs to know whether a client is an abuser or a full-blown addict.
So how do you go about getting well? The process starts with a comprehensive assessment provided by an experienced individual. The counsellors here at Addiction Helper can provide you with this assessment. The information gleaned is then used to determine the severity of the abuse or addiction problem, followed by a recommendation of suitable treatment options. With just one phone call, you can begin the process of getting well.
We might recommend a 4 to 12 week residential stay in a private rehab facility in the Brixham area. On the other hand, we might recommend a daily outpatient programme being offered by a drug or alcohol charity. There is no way to know for sure until we have the opportunity to speak with you. That’s why we need you to call our addiction recovery helpline today.