Knowing where to turn for addiction treatment can be tough, especially if you’re looking on behalf of a friend or family member.
Port of Call’s team of specialists can not only give you advice on which type of treatment may be best for the addict but also get quick and easy referrals.
Whether you require more information on alcohol rehab in Stoke-on-Trent or, if you require it, drug rehab in Stoke-on-Trent, we’re here to help.
The Port of Call team will source the best addiction treatments in and around the Stoke on Trent area. We have access to an impressive network of support groups, treatment programs and therapists to help you get on the road to recovery.
As well as sourcing treatments in Stoke-on-Trent, we’ll explore options slightly further away with you. This includes Staffordshire, Wolverhampton and Shropshire, although we have connections to treatment centres all over the West Midlands and wider country. A member of our team will talk you through all of the options available within driving distance of Stoke-on-Trent but you can go further away from home should you want more privacy.
No matter what you’re addicted to, admitting you have a problem is incredibly difficult. If you’re worried that a loved one’s addiction is spiralling out of control, it may be time to start the conversation with an intervention.
We can help you figure out a plan before you start and will refer a trained professional to facilitate. Hosting an intervention makes the addict face up to how they’ve been acting rather than continuing to run away from it.
Rehab is a time to focus solely on yourself and your recovery, taking away everyday distractions that may hinder you at first. Detox is the first stage, to remove your body of the substance you are addicted to and this will be managed in a controlled environment.
During your time in residential rehab, you’ll also receive counselling to ensure you’re equipped to continue with your healthy lifestyle once you leave. It’ll also deal with any underlying psychological problems that may be a trigger for your addiction.
It’s hard to estimate how long you’ll stay in rehab without knowing your personal circumstances, but most stays last between 28 to 90 days. You may have to stay for a longer or shorter time though, which we’ll be able to discuss over the phone.
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