As you read this, there are men and women around the UK actively participating in alcohol or drug recovery. At this time tomorrow, you could be among them. There are treatment options available in Raunds and the surrounding area, it is just a matter of locating them and deciding which one is best for you. That is where Addiction Helper comes in.
As a referral organisation, our expertise lies in connecting addicts and their families with treatment facilities. Every day we handle calls from people in desperate need of rehab. Our 24-hour helpline is staffed by trained and compassionate counsellors more than capable of assisting you. We will answer your questions, provide a listening ear, and then do what we can connect you with a successful treatment programme.
Who provides the treatments? Addiction Helper works with a number of different organisations on behalf of addicts and their families. For example, we refer many of our clients to private rehab clinics located throughout the UK. These clinics provide residential programmes utilising the latest treatments and medical supervision.
You Need Help
Whether you are a substance abuser or full-scale addict, you need help to overcome. Excessive drug and alcohol use alters both your body and your mind. As such, it is nearly impossible to completely stop using without some sort of professional help. And make no mistake; the only cure for addiction is complete abstinence. If you do not completely stop using, you can never get well.
Conquering your problem starts by admitting that you need help. Being honest with yourself can be the most challenging step in the entire process, but is necessary. We hope the fact that you are visiting our website suggests you already know you have a problem in need of help. Now take that next step by calling our 24-hour recovery helpline.
Your recovery may include a 7 to 10 day detox period if your problem is severe enough. Rest assured that detox is medically supervised at our clinics. Moreover, where appropriate, doctors and nurses can use prescription medications to help ease you through the withdrawal process. Following detox is a time of psychotherapeutic treatment designed to address your psychological and emotional needs. That is followed with several months of aftercare.