Using drugs or alcohol recreationally may seem harmless when you first start. However, it is very easy to get out of control without even knowing what’s happening. Ask any recovering addict or alcoholic. Most will tell you that they did not set out to become addicted, it just came on them without them realising it.
In Chester-le-Street, there are people struggling with substance abuse right now. And if that substance abuse is not treated, it will most certainly lead to addiction. If you are already in the throes of addiction, you know it is not a good thing. Nevertheless, you also need to know that help is available for both substance abuse and addiction in Chester-le-Street. You can access that help by calling our 24-hour addiction recovery helpline.
Addiction Helper exists for the sole purpose of providing assistance to addicts and their families. Our counsellors are trained to provide comprehensive assessments along with treatment referrals and advice on intervention and other related matters. You can speak to one of our counsellors, free of charge, by calling our helpline. Counsellors are available 24 hours a day.
One of the things we do at Addiction Helper is to restore the hope stolen away by drugs and alcohol. The truth is you can overcome your addiction completely and permanently. If you are willing to commit yourself to a treatment plan administered and monitored by experienced professionals, you can beat drugs and alcohol. However, the question is, are you willing?
It has been said that the single most important factor in overcoming addiction is the willingness of the addict to apply him or herself. We believe that’s true. If you are 100% committed to getting well then there are treatment providers ready and waiting to get your treatment started right away.
Your best option is probably a residential treatment programme offered by a private rehab clinic. Residential treatment is conducted in a distraction free environment enabling you to concentrate entirely on your recovery. You will partake in detox, one-on-one counselling, and group support during your stay. Of course, there are other options if residential treatment is not appropriate to your circumstances. We will advise you on those options when you call.