If someone were to ask you how you personally felt about drink and drugs, how would you respond? A response suggesting you are undergoing a personal struggle is enough reason for you to pick up the phone and call us at Addiction Helper. We are here to assist substance abusers and their families in the Peterlee area.
Part of our mission is to make sure we are always up-to-date regarding who is providing addiction recovery services and where they are located. When you call for rehab help in Peterlee, we are able to pinpoint exactly where you can find the help you need. Sometimes that help comes by way of a private rehab clinic, other times it is offered by another organisation.
You could spend weeks or months researching drug and alcohol rehab on your own only to find you are very confused at the end of the process. However, there’s no need to do so. Addiction Helper has all the information you need in one centralised location. When you call our addiction recovery helpline, we can walk you through each of your treatment options and answer any questions you might have.
Getting well requires undergoing the types of treatments that are appropriate to your condition. For example, if one of our counsellors conducted an assessment to determine you were addicted to illicit drugs like heroin or cocaine, the therapies you need would likely include detox, cognitive behavioural therapy and other rehabilitative therapies as determined by professionals.
On the other hand, if your problem is one of alcohol abuse that has not yet risen to the level of addiction, you might be better served by way of an outpatient programme combining counselling, support group participation, and prescription medication.
As you can see from these two examples, treatment options in the Peterlee area are numerous. In order for us to determine what is best for you, we need to speak with you. We have set up a 24-hour helpline you can call as soon as you are ready. You will be greeted by a compassionate and caring counsellor with the experience and knowledge necessary to help you. Please do not be afraid to ask any questions you may have. At the end of that contact, we want you to be on the road to recovery.