Struggling with drug abuse or alcoholism is like struggling with an overpowering monster you cannot see, feel, or hear. It is a struggle that is nearly impossible to win without professional help and the support of family and friends. At Addiction Helper, we want to be of assistance to those in need in Lytham St Annes.
We have set up a 24-hour addiction recovery helpline that you can call as soon as you are ready. If you’re struggling with drugs or alcohol, one of our trained counsellors can walk you through the full variety of treatment programmes available in the Lytham St Annes area. If you are calling on behalf of someone else, our counsellor can advise you regarding treatment options and the possibility of conducting an intervention.
Our organisation was established for the sole purpose of helping those struggling with drugs and alcohol get into recovery. We do what we do because we know how damaging substance abuse can be. It not only harms the individual user, but also his or her family, friends and everyone else he or she comes in contact with. Substance abuse is a family problem that becomes a community problem when it is not dealt with.
What We Recommend
The recommendations made by our counsellors are based on a number of different factors. It is our goal to do what we can to ensure a bespoke treatment plan is devised for all of our clients who decide to seek treatment. We believe bespoke treatments offer the best chances of permanent recovery. Why? Because there is no single form of treatment that cures everyone. People are different. Their treatment needs are different as well.
In light of that, what we often recommend is residential rehab at a private clinic. Private clinics are the best at developing and implementing bespoke treatment plans because addiction recovery is all they do. The doctors and nurses they employ are addiction recovery specialists with years of experience in treating recovering addicts.
Residential rehab in Lytham St Annes consists of a detox programme, several weeks of psychotherapeutic treatments, and then 3 to 12 months of aftercare counselling and support. By taking advantage of residential treatment, a recovering addict is choosing to change his or her life for the better.