Statistics show that substance abuse continues to be a legitimate problem in the UK. No community is immune, not even small communities like North Walsham. From London to Edinburgh to Cardiff, substance abuse is a real problem requiring real solutions based on proven treatments and support. You can take advantage of those treatments and support when you call Addiction Helper.
As an organisation, we set up our 24-hour helpline for the purpose of advising anyone who needs help locating rehab services. We help addicts themselves, as well as family members and friends who need advice on what they can do. Sometimes that includes providing referrals to counsellors who can assist with an intervention. Other times it might be advice on how to live with an addict until he or she seeks treatment.
Regardless of which side of the equation you are on, the trained counsellors at Addiction Helper have the knowledge and experience to assist you. We promise to provide comprehensive evaluations, referrals to local rehab providers, answers to all your questions, and assistance in making arrangements. We are not here to berate you or pass judgement. We are here to make sure you get the treatment you need.
Recovery Starts with You
Neither Addiction Helper nor a rehab clinic in North Walsham can force you to get well. Recovery ultimately starts and ends with you. If you are willing to admit you have a problem requiring professional help, you will be making the first and most difficult step in recovery. The second step is to speak with one of our counsellors.
Our professional evaluation may lead us to recommend outpatient rehab combined with counselling and 12-step work. This kind of rehab is made available through the NHS, charities, and local support groups. It might be appropriate if your circumstances do not indicate a full-blown addiction that is completely out of control.
On the other hand, your problem might be serious enough to require residential treatment. A typical residential programme lasts between 4 and 12 weeks and includes medically supervised detox, weeks of rehabilitative therapy and aftercare services following discharge. A residential programme requires a stay at the residential facility throughout the duration of the treatments.