Are you someone who constantly finds him or herself thinking about drink or drugs? Do you find that nearly everything you do is somehow influenced by how much you drink or take drugs? If so, you likely have a substance abuse problem requiring professional help. That help is available in Prudhoe when you call Addiction Helper.
Addiction Helper has set up a 24-hour recovery helpline staffed by professional counsellors ready and waiting to help all those who call. Our helpline is a free service, so you have absolutely nothing to lose by contacting us. Our only mission is to provide the assistance that addicts and their families need to find and access drug and alcohol rehab.
You could take weeks or months to research all of the treatment options on your own. However, because we have already done the work for you, a better option is to simply call our helpline. We can help you decide on the best treatment options without you having to dig through a mountain of information. Within just a few minutes, you could be on your way to recovery.
Addiction Helper frequently refers clients to private treatment in the Prudhoe area. Private treatment is usually offered through residential programmes lasting between 4 and 12 weeks. Why do we recommend these programmes? Because these have shown very good success rates over the years. Private treatment in a residential setting offers the perfect environment for thorough recovery.
There are a number of important distinctions between private and public treatment options. First and foremost is the fact that private treatment is concentrated treatment. Because private clinics are not in the business of caring for every possible illness or injury, like the NHS, they can concentrate all of their resources on addiction recovery. This makes them very good at what they do.
Private treatment also tends to be provided in rural or suburban environments rather than busy metropolitan areas. There is a reason for this. Clinic operators know that a serene and peaceful environment limits distractions while encouraging plenty of introspection and self-examination. This facilitates recovery by helping addicts focus entirely on getting well.