If you, or your loved one, are living with addiction in Salford, Port of Call can help you to access the treatment you need. Our highly professional addiction advisers are trained to listen to your needs, offer impartial guidance about the range of options available to you and secure you a place on an addiction treatment programme. Call us today, for free, to learn more about the rehabs nearest to Salford.
Alcohol and drug rehab centres in Salford
Thanks to Port of Call’s wide network of addiction treatment specialists, we can help you to access a full range of treatment options, including drug and alcohol rehab near Salford, or further afield, if you prefer. Our addiction support services can help you at every step of the recovery process, from an initial intervention, through to securing a detox and rehab. We can give you the support and advice you need.
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Local rehab centres in Salford
Find your nearest alcohol or drug rehab centre in Salford and take the first step in treating addiction today. We understand that embarking upon the recovery process can be an emotionally turbulent time for anyone. With this in mind, Port of Call’s professional advisers are always available to offer a free assessment or confidential advice to help you find your route to recovery.
Below, we have compiled a selection of alcohol and drug rehab centres in Salford to help you to find the most appropriate addiction treatment near you. We can help you navigate the various options available and can secure you immediate admission into rehab.
John’s story of alcohol recovery with Port of Call
At the age of 33, John had a career, a wife, house and a new born baby. But John was far from happy. He had an alcohol problem that was spiralling out of control. “On the face of it, my friends thought I was content, but I was far from it. What they didn’t know was that I was battling with a constant craving for alcohol. I needed help, but was too proud to admit it,” he says. “My wife made an enquiry at Port of Call, who suggested that I should undergo a treatment programme in Salford. They knew that I was anxious about seeking help, yet they understood that I was deeply struggling. Luckily, they were able to make me see that I needed to attend alcohol rehab and were kind enough to find me an alcohol rehab programme close to home, near Salford. I am truly grateful that my wife got me in touch with Port of Call and that I was able to access the help I so desperately needed. Because of this, I can finally say that I am a much happier man.”
The right addiction service for you
The Port of Call team is made up of people in active recovery and professionals who specialise in addictions counselling. We urge you not to suffer in silence and reach out to someone who has been there and can help. Call our free phone line today on 08000029010 or email email@example.com for more support.
AA meetings in Salford
Completing a rehab programme provides you with an excellent foundation for recovery. In fact, attending alcohol or drug rehab in Salford, and beyond, is something that Port of Call strongly recommends in order to achieve long-term, active, recovery.
After having undergone alcohol or drug rehab treatment, support group meetings can prove to be beneficial way of receiving support from fellow alcoholics who have been there themselves. Salford is well served with addiction support group meetings with meetings held on a regular basis. It is important to remember that AA cannot provide detox services nor can it provide professional alcohol or drug addiction treatment; it is solely a peer support services for fellow alcoholics.
Salford Abbott Lodge Discussion
Mondays at 7.30pm
Tuesdays at 10.30am
Tuesdays at 7.30pm
Northern Moor Lunchtime
Wednesdays at 12.30pm
Swinton: Holy Rood
Wednesdays at 8.15pm
Salford St Peter & St Paul Church
Thursdays at 12.30pm
The Angel Centre, Salford
Thursdays at 6.30pm
Altrincham Come & Go
Fridays at 11.30am
Fridays at 7.30pm
Salford United Reformed
Saturdays at 1.30pm
Salford St Peter & St Paul Church
Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 2.30pm
Sundays at 3pm
Disclaimer: All times and venues were accurate at the point of publication. For a full list of meetings and address details, please check https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk.
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