Are you struggling with substance abuse or addiction? Do you know someone who is? If you answered ‘yes’ to either question, we want you to know there is help available in the Bishop’s Stortford area. With one phone call to Addiction Helper, you or your loved one could be well on the road to recovery. There are many options for treatment with providers of both drug and alcohol rehab in Bishop’s Stortford and it is our mission to make sure those in need of help know exactly where to go to find it.
We understand if you are struggling to make that decision to get help. However, just coming to the realisation that you may have a problem is a step in the right direction. The fact that you know something might be wrong indicates you have a heart and mind to at least consider residential alcohol or drug rehab in Bishop’s Stortford.
If we could, we would like to encourage you to take that next step. By calling and speaking to one of our trained counsellors, you will be opening the door to a completely new life free of addictive substances. Of course, there is no commitment necessary. If you decide the treatment we offer is not right for you, we will respect that. Nevertheless, you will never know if you do not take the first step of calling and getting the information.
How We Help People Locate Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Bishop’s Stortford?
The primary mission of Addiction Helper is to assist clients in finding and taking advantage of drug and alcohol rehab in Bishop’s Stortford and beyond. One of the ways we do that is by constantly monitoring the various private clinics and other treatment centres in local areas. We need to know exactly what services are being offered, and by whom, so that we can correctly advise our clients.
When you call Addiction Helper, we first try to assess where you are at and what kind of help is most suited to your circumstances. Then we make a number of recommendations for private and public care. Lastly, we offer assistance in making arrangements should you decide that one of our options is right for you. It is our goal to make sure that everyone who calls our addiction helpline is getting the help he or she need before we hang up the phone.
Considering Residential Alcohol or Drug Rehab in Bishop’s Stortford?
People sometimes ask us why we recommend residential treatment for our clients. We do so because residential treatment has proven to be among the most highly effective options available. Residential alcohol and drug rehab in Bishop’s Stortford allows for a concentrated recovery approach free from distractions and outside influences. We have found this is the best way to help recovering addicts get well while also greatly reducing the chances of future relapse.
There are many other benefits to choosing residential rehab in Bishop’s Stortford. As well as a distraction-free environment, patients can take advantage of quick admission, which is often one of the main problems with free services provided by the NHS and charities. In most instances, admission to a residential clinic can take place within one to two days of the first enquiry. This is a huge advantage for those who want to get started with treatment as quickly as possible.
Another benefit of the residential programme is the fact that patients have access to around-the-clock care and support from a team of fully qualified individuals. Most private clinics have a team of doctors, psychologists, counsellors, therapists, and support staff to cater to the needs of patients at all times.
Options for Rehab in Bishop’s Stortford
We know that not everyone can avail of private residential rehab in Bishop’s Stortford. It may be the case that they are unable to leave their homes for an extended period due to family or work commitments.
In some cases, it would be deemed counter-productive to remove an addicted individual from their normal everyday life and place them in an environment where they did not have the support of their family members. This could be detrimental to their progress and would be entirely inappropriate.
For those clients who would not benefit from a programme of residential rehabilitation, there are a number of alternatives. Outpatient programmes are provided by the NHS, charities, local support groups and local counsellors. It is our job here at Addiction Helper to make sure that everyone who gets in touch with us can access the right programme for their requirements. We do this by completing an evaluation that incorporates the individual’s current and past substance use, their personal and work commitments, their preferences in terms of treatment programmes, and their finances. This information allows us to match clients to the programme where their needs will be completely catered to.
Below we have listed some of the services in areas around Bishop’s Stortford:
Community Centre, Church Manor, off Parsonage Lane, CM23 5PY