We’re an advice and booking line that can help when you’re looking for alcohol rehab in Dartmouth and drug rehab in Dartmouth.
Our organisation was designed to be a first ‘port of call’ for anyone in need of addiction recovery support services in Dartmouth, the south west and the rest of the UK.
It was formed due to the personal experience of our founder who had a first hand struggle to get appropriate and effective help with addiction. Once he got that help and entered long term recovery he didn’t want anyone else to face the same challenges.
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Help with addiction in Dartmouth
Help with addiction in Dartmouth may feel difficult to find at first. We regularly hear from people across the UK who have approached their GP for support only to remain uncertain about where to turn.
There are community based support services including counselling and groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
When the consequences of addiction have really started to catch up with you, however, private residential rehab is the premier tool for real and sustained change.
Helping an addict who is in denial in Dartmouth
There is great pressure on family and friends who can see someone they care about struggling with problem and excessive alcohol or drug use. There are specific methods you can use to try to get through to an addicted loved one to help them accept treatment. Recognising the strain on loved ones, many rehab centres accessible to the population of Dartmouth also offer help for family and friends of addicts.
What happens in rehab in Dartmouth
Residential rehab involves a voluntary admission to a centre specialised in getting addicted people clean and well.
Some centres accessible from the Devon and Dartmouth area have a greater focus on specific substances, with some treating only alcoholics, for instance. Some also specialise in helping particular groups of people such as young people or mature business people.
Finding a centre where there are likely to be peers you can relate to may help your recovery and give you additional strength.
In some cases there are opportunities to share rooms while, where preferred, you can opt for a room of your own. Some centres have top-level facilities and environments, including pools, attractive grounds and a gym. For others this is not a priority.
The specific therapies used may vary from centre to centre.
We will discuss all your questions and concerns with you and offer the benefit of expertise and experience in the options available. Please do call now – our lines are open 24 hours a day.
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