Our team know what it is like to go through addiction and are here to guide you towards the best treatment option for yourself or someone close to you looking for an alcohol or drug rehab in the East Anglia area. We can help you find the right treatment for a wide range of addiction issues and are here to offer confidential advice, whether you are looking to book a place on a detox programme or hoping to find a suitable drug or alcohol rehab centre in East Anglia or beyond. Our non-judgemental advisors can give you all the information you need to help you decide on the best option for you. If you would like to find out more about addiction treatment in East Anglia, or further afield, please call us for free today on 08000029010.
Alcohol and drug rehab centres in East Anglia
We can help you navigate towards the best rehab centre that is well-suited your needs, as we have access to a wide network of addiction treatment specialists across the UK. Our advisers are here to help you find the most appropriate addiction treatment programme in East Anglia or further afield if you prefer. The Port of Call team will secure you a place in a residential alcohol or drug rehab centre in and around East Anglia and can help you find a suitable detox facility, if this is required. Not only can we provide a thorough assessment over the phone in order to help you determine how might be best to tackle your addiction, but we can also help you gain access to aftercare follow-up services to make sure your recovery continues, should you need it. We are here for you at every stage of your recovery journey.
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Local rehab centres in East Anglia
Here is a selection of drug and alcohol rehab centres near East Anglia to provide a sense of some of the options that are available. We are here to help you to find the most appropriate addiction treatment near you and we have access to all CQC registered clinics in the UK. It’s always worth calling us as some options aren’t necessarily featured on our website.
Alcohol and drug detox in East Anglia
Often, as part of the recovery process, a detox is required in order to help you withdraw safely from a particular substance. We can direct you towards a drug and alcohol detox in East Anglia and throughout the UK, should you need it. By receiving alcohol or drug detox treatment in East Anglia, you can receive treatment close to home, giving you the best chance of recovery from an alcohol or drug addiction. We can help to secure an appropriate detoxification treatment programme wherever might be best for you, helping you to access a withdrawal treatment programme, safely and discreetly. Our free and confidential telephone assessments can guide you or a loved one, towards the most appropriate course of withdrawal treatment.
Adam’s Recovery Story at Port of Call
Adam is 25 and reached out to Port of Call when his drug usage escalated. His addiction had completely snowballed and had gotten completely out of control. ‘I started taking drugs when I was around 16. I thought it was quite harmless and just did it with my friends when we would hang out.
As I got older, my experimentation with drugs became more intense, particularly my relationship with cocaine.’ Adam became completely reliant on cocaine throughout university and couldn’t go on a night out without taking it. His addiction grew worse when he left university, as he became dependant on using cocaine to get through the working day, struggling to go a day without it. ‘By this point, most of my friends had stopped taking drugs recreationally altogether. It was just me that couldn’t stop. It soon became obvious to my friends that I was struggling and needed help,’ says Adam. ‘I could see them all moving on with their lives, but I was stuck and couldn’t see a way out.’
‘My friends were completely non-judgmental and were really sympathetic towards me. Together, we got in touch with Port of Call. They were great; they gave us all the information I needed and gave us advice on the various treatment options that were available,’ says Adam.
Adam attended a course at a rehab centre not far from East Anglia and is now back at work. ‘I feel like I can finally move forward with my life, thanks to my friends and the great people at Port of Call,’ says Adam.
Talk to Port of Call today
The Port of Call team is made up of highly trained addiction specialists. We urge you not to suffer in silence. Reach out to professionals who are able to offer confidential advice and support on addictions counselling. We can provide you with the support and information you need at each step of the process. Call our free phone line today on 08000029010 or email [email protected] for further advice and support.
AA meetings in East Anglia
Alcohol or drug rehab in East Anglia can provide you with a strong foundation on which to tackle your addiction and is something that Port of Call recommends in order to achieve long-lasting, active, recovery. To help increase your chances of staying addiction-free, and to reduce the chances of a relapse, Port of Call highly urges attending regular support group meetings. These support group meetings introduce you to other people that are going through the same treatment as you, helping you with your recovery journey and expanding your support network.
East Anglia has a large selection of support group meetings frequently throughout the week, which are free to attend. These support group meetings can prove useful for anyone seeking help after having undergone a structured detox or rehab programme. It is important to remember that this cannot be compared to receiving treatment at a rehab centre, as it is only a means of support.
Sacred Heart & St Margaret Mary, Norfolk
Mondays at 7.30pm
Bury St Edmunds Big Book
Christ Church, (upstairs), Suffolk
Tuesdays at 7.30pm
St Columbas Church Hall, Cambridge
Wednesdays at 12pm
St Marks Church, Hall Rd, Norfolk
Thursdays at 8pm
St Thomas The Apostle Church, Suffolk
Fridays at 7.30pm
Cambridge: A Vision For You
George Pateman Court Community Hall, Cambridge
Saturdays at 6pm
Norwich Back to Basics
St Alban’s Hall, Norfolk
Sundays at 10am
Disclaimer: All times and venues were accurate at the point of publication. For a full list of meetings and address details, please check http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk.
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