Billingham is a north-east England town of approximately 36,000 residents. If NHS estimates regarding problem drinking are correct, these suggest that there are more than 1400 individuals in Billingham struggling with harmful drinking. How many more are dealing with illicit drugs, prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs?
The scope of the alcohol and drug problem in the UK is such that no town is immune. That is why it is so important for organisations like Addiction Helper to provide the services we offer in Billingham. Substance abusers and addicts need help to overcome their problems, help that is provided by private rehab clinics, local charities and others.
At Addiction Helper, our main task is to connect you with the appropriate treatment provider. Rehab in Billingham comes in many forms, including both outpatient and inpatient programmes. An assessment of your situation by a trained professional is the best way to determine which treatment options are right for you. An Addiction Helper counsellor can provide that assessment when you call our 24-hour helpline.
What’s Right for You
We are a bit different in our approach inasmuch as we don’t believe there is a single treatment plan or rehab centre that works equally well for everyone. People are different. Therefore, it stands to reason that substance abuse and addiction is different between individuals as well. Knowing that, we are firm believers in a bespoke treatment plan approach.
The private clinics we work with share this philosophy. They utilise experienced therapists who specialise in drug and alcohol recovery, therapists who have access to dozens of different treatments that they can customise for each individual. The goal is to make sure you get the specific kind of help you need irrespective of how anyone else at the rehab facility is treated. This offers you the greatest chances of permanent recovery.
Regardless of the specific type of treatment chosen, the more important thing to remember is that you need to get help as soon as possible. Delaying your treatment only increases the likelihood that substance abuse or addiction will do irreparable harm. And remember, the harm of your actions is not limited only to you. You are also harming your family, your friends, and everyone else around you.