It is amazing how one beer or a single draw on a cannabis cigarette can start a person down the road to full-scale addiction. Yet that is exactly how it happens. It is a gradual process that starts with just one seemingly innocent experience. Did you find yourself on that road? Have you already arrived at addiction? Either case is good reason to call us at Addiction Helper.
We can come alongside you with free advice, a comprehensive evaluation, and referrals to rehab services in Attleborough. We offer our services because we know how difficult it is to overcome substance abuse problems without professional treatment and plenty of support. We also know how dangerous it can be for an addict to try to recover on his or her own.
If drink or drugs control your entire life, you may already be addicted. Overcoming an addiction will require both psychotherapeutic rehab and detox. Please understand that detox is considered a medical emergency by the healthcare profession, primarily because withdrawal symptoms for many addictive substances can lead to complications resulting in serious injuries and deaths. We urge you not to try to detox alone.
Rehab Available Today
Addiction Helper works with the best private clinics in Attleborough and beyond. Many of them can admit you on an emergency basis, meaning you will not have to wait days or weeks to get started. Bed space is available today, or tomorrow at the latest. There is really no need for you to put off the decision any longer.
When you enter residential rehab, you will be evaluated by doctors, nurses and trained clinicians with expertise in addiction recovery. They will evaluate you in order to develop a bespoke treatment plan that takes into account your unique circumstances. From there you will undergo a 7 to 10 day detox period, followed by 4 to 12 weeks of psychotherapeutic treatments. Upon release, you will be offered aftercare services to help prevent relapse in the future.
We understand that residential rehab is not necessary, nor is it appropriate, for everyone. Addiction Helper can assist you in locating outpatient rehab by way of local charities, support groups, and the NHS. This kind of rehab combines counselling, prescription medications, 12-step work and, when necessary, outpatient detox.