The thought of a child growing up to become an alcoholic or drug addict is the stuff of parental nightmares. However, for far too many UK parents, those nightmares are becoming reality. Since the 1960s, there has been a remarkable increase in substance abuse around the world; that includes everything from alcohol to illicit drugs to prescription medications. In Spennymoor, things are no different.
If you are one of the Spennymoor residents struggling with addictive behaviours, we want you to know that you can break free. It is possible to overcome addiction or substance abuse with the right treatment and support from caring professionals and your family and friends. Addiction Helper is here to assist you in making it happen.
We do not provide treatment ourselves; we assist addicts and their families by connecting them with private rehab clinics, drug and alcohol charities, and other service providers. We have established a 24-hour helpline staffed by caring and professional counsellors ready to assist you. All you need do to begin the recovery process is pick up the phone and call us. The call is free and completely confidential.
Why do we do what we do? Because we know how destructive substance abuse can be to individuals and their families. We have seen first-hand how drugs and alcohol damage individual health, destroy finances, and cause irreparable harm to personal relationships. The devastation of drug and alcohol abuse touches nearly every area of a person’s life.
On the other hand, we have also seen what could be considered miraculous recoveries resulting from individuals getting professional treatment. UK rehab clinics and the treatments they use are helping thousands of addicts all over the country. In just 4 to 12 weeks, you could be free of those substances that you are struggling with today. One year from now, you could be an entirely different person – for the better, of course.
Our mission is to do whatever we can to make sure those who call us get on the road to recovery. We do so by providing comprehensive assessments followed by common sense advice and treatment referrals. When called on to help with admission arrangements, we do that as well.