Time has a way of escaping you when you are using drugs or alcohol in excess. So much so that many people find themselves in an addictive situation without realising anything has happened. Addiction comes upon you so slowly, that you may not even realise how long you have been using. It is one of the unfortunate realities of substance abuse.
As a resident of the Gainsborough area, you do not have to continue living under the bondage of drink or drugs. There are treatment providers available to help you break free once and for all. You can take control of your life back. You can move on to a life that is enjoyable, productive, and full of opportunity. To get started, just call our 24-hour addiction recovery helpline.
Addiction Helper is here to assist you in finding and accessing rehab treatment. We can offer you rehab options in Gainsborough through a number of service providers including private clinics, local charities and the like. We can also advise you on free services offered by the NHS if these are appropriate to your circumstances. We will do whatever we can, within the scope of our mission, to help you.
Stop the Harm
When you first started drinking and using drugs, you may have thought that what you were doing was largely harmless. Perhaps you now know that is not the case. Perhaps you are fully aware of the harm you are doing to yourself and others around you. If so, you can choose to stop the harm right now. You can choose to admit you have a problem requiring professional help.
What does professional help involve? That depends on the seriousness of your problem. A full-blown addiction will require detox and rehabilitative treatment that can last anywhere from four to 12 weeks. If you are not yet addicted, your substance abuse might be very treatable through outpatient counselling, prescription medication and 12-step work with a local support group.
In order for us to determine what is best for you we need to speak with you directly. By asking a few questions, we can assess the severity of your addiction or substance abuse before recommending the treatments most likely to help. We are more than happy to provide this assessment at no charge and with complete confidentiality.