Addiction issues can be hard to face up to. If you or someone close to you is living with drug or alcohol addiction in Southampton, then Port of Call is here to help. Our fully trained team of addiction advisers are here to offer supportive, impartial advice to guide you, or a loved one, towards the most appropriate addiction treatment option. Whether it’s securing a place in a residential rehabilitation centre or booking onto a detox programme, Port of Call are here for you, at every stage of your recovery. To find out more about our networks and access to the addiction treatment options available in Southampton, please call for free on 08000029010.
Alcohol and drug rehab centres in Southampton
At Port of Call, we can connect you, or someone close to you, to a wide range of addiction treatment specialists in the Southampton area. Our professionally trained team of addiction support experts, many of whom have come through the recovery process themselves, are ready and waiting to guide you towards appropriate treatment. Whether by arranging an initial intervention or helping to book into a private or residential drug or alcohol rehabilitation centre – in Southampton or further afield, if you prefer – we can give you all the information you need. We can also advise on aftercare follow-on support programmes, if you need ongoing support in the future.
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Local rehab centres in Southampton
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 Southampton 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.
Olive’s Recovery Story at Port of Call
Olive is 48 and runs an alternative therapy business in Southampton. “To look at me, you might think I was like any other self-employed person, working hard to manage a small business, whilst taking care of my family. I was doing really well until the landlord at our main premises decided to put the rent up and I had some of my staff redundant. I felt terrible about those people losing their jobs, but we just couldn’t keep the shop open at that price. I started to drink – in secret at work at first and then at home after my family had gone to bed. I knew it was wrong but I just couldn’t stop myself. Before long I was drinking more than two bottles of wine a night,” Olive says.
Olive knew she had to pull herself together and get some help. She did some research online one evening and found Port of Call. “They booked me onto an alcohol detox programme near Southampton, so I could still be close to my family. Both Port of Call and my family were crucial in helping me to begin my journey towards recovery. If you, or anyone you know, has an alcohol dependency issue that they’re not facing up to, please get them to call Port of Call as soon as possible. You can get your life back if you want to but you’ve got to face up to your issues to do that,” Olive says.
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 Southampton
Alcohol or drug rehab in Southampton 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.
Southampton 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.
Southampton: Bugle St
St Josephs Church Hall
Mondays at 7.30pm
St Mary’s Parish Office
Tuesdays at 11am
Bitterne United Reformed Church
Wednesdays at 7.30pm
St Mary’s Parish Office
Thursdays at 12.30pm
Otterbourne Village Hall
Fridays at 7.30pm
Booth Centre, Salvation Army
Saturdays at 7.30pm
Basement, Parish Building
Sundays at 7.30pm
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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