We support people in Preston to find and secure a place in private residential addiction rehab.
Rehab is accepted to be the most effective way to break free of drink and drug addiction but limited resources mean it is only available on the NHS to a very few of those in need.
We can help people to discover and understand the private options available and decide if it’s an avenue that is right for them.
Working out which clinics are most reputable and likely to offer the best outcomes to you, your loved one or employee isn’t easy alone, which is why we formed Port of Call.
We want everyone to have somewhere to turn for advice and information on alcoholism, gambling and drug addictions.
We are not bound to one specific provider of addiction treatment services and instead work with lots of different ones across the UK, giving us unique insight into the greatest attributes of each. Not every clinic is well suited to every individual.
Some clinics are more budget friendly than others, some have a closer focus on traditional recovery methods, while others are more forward thinking.
Every treatment centre is different, some offer same-sex accommodation while others specialise in certain drug types or levels of addiction. Rehab offers support at every stage of addiction, giving you the confidence to tackle your issues and deal with the mental and physical effects of overcoming an addiction.
Many people opt for a private clinic – and it’s worth noting that we work with a huge network across the Preston area that are all CQC registered – due to NHS funding being cut and long wait times for help with addiction problems. You may feel a private rehab centre is an expensive option but there is a price for every budget, discuss your needs with our team to help find the one that works for you.
Some of the locations in the Preston area offer accommodation for those ready to take on a specialist 4-6 week treatment while others simply offer support and aftercare for those tackling their issues themselves.
You’ll also find a range of AA services available in and around Preston, offering a safe space to discuss your issues and how to overcome them on a daily basis with like-minded individuals.
Get in touch with our team to discuss the options available in the area, they may suggest a location you had not considered or an approach that may better suit your needs or budget.
Accepting you have an addiction is the first step to addressing the issue, but you may find that a loved one or even a work colleague is in denial.
Our team can advise on how best to approach the subject with them, in a calm manner that encourages them to seek the help they need and recognise the seriousness of their problem.
Whether you want to consider a formal intervention or just need some help to be pointed toward a rehab centre that fits their needs, speak to us today in total confidence.
Firstly, we’ll listen. We’ll take the time to understand your situation, circumstances, concerns and needs.
Secondly, we advise. This can include support on whether you are likely to need to consider detox, whether statutory or community services may be able to help in your case or on which private clinic might be best to aim for.
Thirdly, we can book you in and help you overcome any hurdles blocking the way to getting you or your loved one into treatment.
You can find a list of all AA meetings in Preston and the North West here https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/.
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Our FAQs, blog and info and guides are packed with information on everything from signs of addiction, how to help someone who is in denial to the practicalities of rehab, including cost and whether you can continue to have contact with friends and family during treatment.
We’re specialists in UK rehab options and can advise you on alcohol rehab in the North West, drug rehab in the North West and other addiction support services in the area.