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Whether you’re struggling with addiction yourself, or know someone who is dealing with a drug, alcohol or substance abuse, Port of Call can help you get the support you need.
With our wide knowledge on the subject, we can help you get the treatment you need to get you on the road to recovery. From drug detox programs to family support, we can give you guidance on the best programs available to you in the South East region.
We work with a wide network of qualified treatment centres, so if you are looking to check into a drug or alcohol rehabilitation clinic, give us a call and our team will help you find and book a space.
In the South East of England region, there are a number of rehab and counselling centres across many of its counties including East Sussex, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Brighton, Portsmouth and Reading. Port of Call can help create a treatment pathway that’s tailored to you and your recovery.
The key to recovery is knowing that you’re not alone. Residential rehab care is one of the most effective treatments to ensure you stay sober. It’s specifically designed to deal with your problems head-on, focusing on getting to the root cause in a safe and supported environment.
We work with a number of aftercare services to ensure you’re supported after finishing your initial treatment. Counsellors are available to work with you for up to 12-18 months to help you stay on track and focused.
We are just at the end of the line on 08000029010. Give us a call, text or alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the tailored advice you need.
If you see your partner, friend, colleague, child or relative begin to spiral with symptoms of addiction but they are reluctant to get clean or in denial about how serious their addiction is, there are a range of services that can support your efforts.
Staging an intervention in a safe and supported environment could be the gesture needed to jolt the addict into realising that they have a problem and to seek active change. The qualified counsellors at Port of Call can assist and organise an intervention for you if you don’t know where to start.
Our team can offer you support locally, within the South East, so you can continue being there for your loved one.
In the region, we have access to the resources you need if you require urgent support. In the area and beyond there are facilities that can accommodate a variety of needs. From help with withdrawal and rebuilding routines to taking back control from cocaine and staying drug-free without intensive support.
Treatment is different from centre to centre and with a variety of services available. It’s best to get in touch with our team who will be able to find a location that best suits your needs.
Text us or call us for free on 08000029010 to discuss your options. You can also email us at email@example.com for more information.
For a full list of the meetings in the South East visit Alcoholics Anonymous today.
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