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Help with addiction in Falmouth

Rehab Clinics Near Falmouth

Cornwall

We work with anyone who is seeking information about addiction support in Falmouth, whether they are looking for help for themselves or someone else.

Our specialism is in private residential rehab and we work with many providers across the UK, allowing us unique insight into the range of options available.

Contact us today for advice and information on taking a positive step toward recovery from addiction to alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex, work or any other type of behaviour.

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Rehab for people in Falmouth

Residential rehab is a chance to press pause on daily life and maximise the chances of recovery in an intensely supported environment.

Creating space between yourself and the habits and behaviours that have become your norm is a life changing and life saving experience for many.

All of the rehab providers we work with don’t just deal with the detox and removal of substances, but also support people to uncover what sits at the root of their having become addicted – which is vital work to ensure recovery maintenance.

Clinics you may wish to consider include those in Bristol and Bournemouth, but these are by no means the only options.

How Port of Call can help

We advise on private residential rehab availability and accessibility.

We can talk you through the things to look for, what to compare, the costs involved and types of therapies on offer.

We’re here to listen, offer suggestions for ways forward and, if and when appropriate, to book a place for you at a clinic most suited to you. We work with a wide range of providers to ensure we can meet a wide range of needs.

Our service is free and confidential.

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Local addiction support services

We know private residential rehab won’t be the right solution in every case and for those who have not reached a stage where it is a necessary step, there is other support available. No-one need face addiction alone.

Support services include:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous – meetings are held in Falmouth and surrounding areas, including Penryn, St Mawes, Truro, Chacewater and Redruth
  • Safer Cornwall – partnership of public, voluntary, community and private organisations has an arm working to help people with alcohol and drugs issues.
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  • All our call handlers are themselves in recovery
  • We visit all clinics in our network to understand what’s most suitable for you
  • We can organise same day admission
  • Let us help you and your family find freedom from addiction today

Further information you may find useful

There are so many questions, confusions, worries and uncertainties when you are caught up in your own or someone else’s addiction.

While your own situation will never be exactly the same as someone else’s, many other people have walked a similar path and, importantly, come out the other side.

We’re very happy to help directly and we encourage you to get in touch, but we also understand you may not yet be ready to reach out. To help in the meantime, we continuously add to our compilation of extensive guides and blogs, covering a wide variety of related topics. There’s advice for employers, families and individuals who are struggling with addiction.

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We work with all the major insurers

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.