If you or someone you know in the East Sussex area is going through a tough time with drug or alcohol issues, then the Port of Call team of advisers are here to help. With experts trained in a wide range of addiction issues, we can offer a number of supportive ways to help you, or someone close to you, to access appropriate treatment and support. Whether it’s finding a drug or alcohol rehab centre, or booking onto a detox programme, we can give you all the information you need. To find out about addiction support services in East Sussex that you, or a loved one can contact, please call for free on 08000029010.
Alcohol and drug rehab centres in East Sussex
With access to an exceptional network of addiction treatment specialists, Port of Call can help you, or a loved one, to access appropriate addiction treatment, when you need it most. Our addiction support service team are here to guide you, on every step of your recovery journey. From initial intervention through to booking onto a detox programme or helping to secure a place in a private or residential alcohol or drug rehab centre in East Sussex – or further afield it this is preferable – Port of Call can give you all the help and support you need. We also provide information on aftercare follow-up programmes, to continue the support after initial treatment is completed.
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Local rehab centres in East Sussex
We understand that recovering from addiction can be an emotionally turbulent time for you. With this in mind, Port of Call offers a free and confidential advice service and can help you from an initial assessment, to accessing rehab and follow-up aftercare. Here is a selection of alcohol and drug rehab centres in East Sussex, or beyond, to help you to find the most appropriate addiction treatment near you. We can help you to navigate the options and secure immediate admission into the most suitable rehab for you.
Lionel’s Recovery Story at Port of Call
Meet Lionel, 50, from East Sussex. As a result of a sudden and painful separation, Lionel found solace in alcohol and would think nothing of drinking up to a bottle of brandy to himself most days. After a heartfelt plea from his son, Lionel sought help from Port of Call and decided to put himself through alcohol rehab. “I had no idea what to expect at first. I’d heard stories but rehab seemed to be more of a celebrity fad for younger people than for someone like me. But I needed to do something. My son was really worried about me. When I look back now – I think I was worried about myself too,” Lionel says.
“When I got to the place, I was pleasantly surprised. The standard of care from the doctors, nurses and counsellors was not what I expected. They really looked after me well and nothing was ever too much trouble. In the end, I actually found the process very cathartic – especially meeting and being around other people who knew what I was going through. That really made me feel more comfortable and confident about what I was doing. The individual counselling sessions were a great outlet for me to talk through some of the issues that I’d kept to myself for a long time. I’m much happier without drinking. I see my family on a regular basis and we go out for day trips together. It’s much better than sitting on my own just thinking about the past. I’m even thinking about internet dating!”
The right addiction service for you
The Port of Call team is made up of highly trained addiction specialists, offering advice and support on addictions counselling. We can provide you with the support 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 Sussex
Alcohol or drug rehab in East Sussex 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 maximise your chances of remaining addiction-free, and to reduce the chances of a relapse upon completion of rehab, Port of Call highly recommends attending support group meetings. Support group meetings can be beneficial in ensuring your recovery is maintained and are a great way of receiving support from others who have experienced similar treatment.
East Sussex is well served with support group meetings, which are free to attend. These support group meetings are held throughout the week and can be beneficial 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.
Hove Evening Big Book Study
St Andrew’s Church Hall,
Mondays at 7.30pm
Regency Meeting Room,
Tuesdays at 7.30pm
Wednesdays at 7.30pm
Thursdays at 10.30am
Hove Just For Today
Sunshine Books Art & Café
Fridays at 7.30pm
Saturdays at 4.15pm
St Peters Church House
Sundays at 5pm
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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