All across the UK there are drug and alcohol support groups frequented by former addicts who have since recovered. Why do these folks continue to attend support meetings? Because they want to help others who are going through the same thing they went through. Such support is one of the most fundamental parts of drug and alcohol recovery. If you are struggling with drugs or alcohol in Ferndown, we can help you find that sort of support. We can also help you get started on the road to recovery by finding a programme of drug or alcohol rehab in Ferndown to suit your individual circumstances.
Alcohol and drug rehab in Ferndown is not limited only to what the NHS can provide. At Addiction Helper, we can assist you in locating other treatment options offered by private clinics and charities. It is part of what we do. Our mission is to help addicts and their families throughout the UK access the treatments they need to overcome addiction and abuse.
We understand that not every addict is identical. Just as people are different, the process of recovery differs from one person to the next. This knowledge is what leads Addiction Helper to recommend residential rehab in a private clinic. Most private clinics follow a bespoke treatment model that enables plans to be customised to each person’s unique needs. Private clinics rarely follow the ‘one-size-fits-all approach’ frequently utilised by the NHS. That being said, we want you to know that we will only refer you to a programme of rehab in Ferndown that suits your needs. We will fully assess your situation to determine what those requirements are before making any recommendations.
Let Us Help You Access Drug or Alcohol Rehab in Ferndown
Addiction Helper knows all too well how destructive drugs and alcohol can be. We have heard all of the horror stories. We have directly helped individuals and families in desperate need. Our experience has taught us that waiting to get help is only inviting trouble. That is why we staff our addiction recovery helpline 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We want help immediately available to the addict the moment he or she decides to reach out.
You should know that our free and confidential services are also available to family members and friends concerned about someone else. Even if you are not personally dealing with an alcohol or drug problem yourself, we can help you figure out what to do for someone else who is. Our counselling and referral services include advice about conducting an intervention for a loved one. In addition, we can steer you in the direction of service providers capable of helping your family live with an addict.
We work with organisations in both the private and public sectors that provide drug and alcohol rehab in Ferndown. It is important to us that those in need of such services can find a programme to suit their needs, whatever those needs may be. It is more important to us that individuals with addiction get help for their illness than who actually provides that help.
How to Choose Alcohol or Drug Rehab?
While all of our services are freely available to those who need them, we cannot force anyone to get help. You must choose to do so on your own. We know that asking for help is one of the hardest parts about recovery, but it is necessary. If we were to force you to get help, you would likely do so in a frame of mind that is not conducive to full recovery. Only when you are fully willing can you achieve long-term sobriety.
If you are aware that you have a problem, or if a loved one has expressed concerns about your substance use, we want to hear from you. Although no one can force you to accept help for addiction, we can discuss your situation with you and provide our expert opinion on whether you have a need for alcohol or drug rehab in Ferndown.
If you would like a free assessment, we can take a range of factors into consideration to determine the best type of programme for you and your needs. It may be that your substance abuse problem is just that and you do not yet have a physical addiction that would require a full detox and a referral to an inpatient programme. If so, you would probably benefit from a local support group or an outpatient programme with a charity or the NHS.
Nevertheless, if you are severely addicted to alcohol or drugs and are struggling to get through each day without one of these substances, you may be in need of a residential programme where you can put all of your time and effort into getting well.