Alcohol and drug rehab is available and accessible in Tyne and Wear.
Services vary greatly depending on individual needs, requirements and budgets and at Port of Call we’re happy to answer questions on these things and offer honest advice. No question is too silly – and we’ve most probably heard them all before.
The NHS may well be able to offer drug rehab in Tyne and Wear and alcohol rehab too. However, unfortunately, gaining a referral can be tough due to service pressures. If you require drug rehab in Tyne and Wear, alcohol addiction support services or need help with any other addiction we’re happy to take your call and talk you through the options.
Help with addiction in Tyne and Wear
Private rehab is our main area of expertise and we can help people in Tyne and Wear to access it very quickly – today, tomorrow or within a few days is not unusual.
We can talk you through the things to consider when you’re thinking about rehab, what it may include, what you can take with you, the level of contact you can expect with family and friends and how open you’ll have to be about seeking treatment.
Whatever your addiction or that of a loved one there are professional and effective services available to help you overcome it.
Helping an addict who is in denial in Tyne and Wear
Trying to convince someone they are in need of help when denial over an addiction continues to reign, is a very tough situation to be in.
People who are struggling with problem drug use, drinking or other unhealthy behaviours can be aggressive and dismissive when challenged.
We can support you with advice about how to make an effective approach to the person you care about and convince them to get help, either informally or through our intervention service.
What happens in rehab in Tyne and Wear?
Rehab can consist of a hotel-like environment with top quality catering and accommodation or a far more basic and functional affair – depending on preference and budget.
We don’t want to see cost stand in the way of anyone getting help and are happy to speak to anyone who is in need of support to signpost to the best possible solution.
Rehab usually involves both detox – a physical process of removing the addictive substance – and work to help uncover what led to the addiction and how to achieve a sustained recovery from it.
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