When a person is controlled by drugs or alcohol, all of his or her decisions are influenced by it. With each passing day, it becomes increasingly more difficult to exist without those substances that make the individual feel good. Do you find yourself in this position? Are you controlled by your desire to drink or take drugs? If so, there is help available in Brackley. We can connect you with that help if you are willing to contact us.
As an organisation, Addiction Helper provides free advice, referrals and comprehensive assessments to addicts and their families. We work with private clinics and other treatment providers offering the services you need to overcome substance abuse or addiction. Whether you are battling alcohol, illicit drugs, over-the-counter medications, prescription drugs, or legal highs, we can help.
The first step in your recovery is to admit you have a problem requiring professional help. Some say it is the most difficult step; we would not disagree. However, taking that first step will open the door to recovery and a happy and productive life free from drugs or alcohol.
Your Treatment Plan
Addiction Helper believes bespoke treatment plans are the best way to help as many people as possible. A bespoke treatment plan takes into consideration your history, the substances you currently use, how long you have been using, and a number of other factors. By customising a treatment plan for your circumstances, our clinics offer you the best hope of permanent recovery.
In order for us to get things going on your behalf, we need to speak with you. Please call our 24-hour recovery helpline at any time of night and day. Our counsellor will provide an assessment of your current situation in order to refer you to the right facilities for your treatment. We will also answer any questions you might have regarding treatment, payment options, and so on.
In many cases, we refer our clients to one of the excellent private clinics in the Brackley area. We believe residential treatment at a private clinic provides the most effective and focused care possible. However, we also realise that private treatment is not right for everyone. Our counsellor will be more than happy to discuss other options including the NHS, professional counsellors, support groups, and local charities.