There are times we find ourselves in situations in which we just need help to get through. That’s okay; it’s normal to need help from time to time. If you need help dealing with a drug or alcohol problem in Sittingbourne, you have nothing to be ashamed of. What’s more, there are a number of organisations and individuals ready to help you at a moment’s notice. You need only reach out and ask for help.
You can do that by calling the Addiction Helper 24-hour recovery helpline. As an organisation wholly devoted to helping addicts recover, we staff our helpline with trained and compassionate counsellors 24 hours a day. We are here to answer your questions about treatment, assess your current circumstances, and recommend facilities and service providers. We can even help you make admission arrangements to a rehab clinic if you are ready to get started.
Addiction Helper keeps up-to-date information regarding all the rehab options in Sittingbourne. We can advise you about seeking treatment at a private rehab clinic, a local charity, or even the NHS. However, you need to call our helpline for us to do so. You need to make the decision to start the recovery process.
Right now, you are thinking about your drug or alcohol problem. So while it is at the forefront of your mind, why not make this decision to take that first step down the road to recovery. Just by calling our addiction recovery helpline, you will be setting in motion something that will change your life for the better.
If you are addicted to certain substances, your treatment will probably start with a seven-day detox period. After that, you will be provided with rehabilitative therapy customised to your unique needs and circumstances. In just 4 to 12 weeks, you could be completely free of addictive substances and those tendencies that enable addiction. One year from now, you will be a totally different person.
If you are not yet addicted, rehabilitative therapy may be all that’s necessary to help you overcome substance abuse. Seeking treatment now will enable you to overcome substance abuse before it turns into addiction. All it takes is one phone call.