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Port of Call offers a wide range of support services for people facing issues with addiction in Wales.
Our dedicated team has the time to explain the available options and how each would work for you, your loved one or colleague.
We work closely with providers of drug rehab in Wales, as well as alcohol rehab in Wales, to ensure we have up-to-date information to answer your questions.
What are the different options in Wales?
We’re specialists in the nuances of the different rehabilitation options available in Wales and can advise you before you invest, whether that be in counselling, detox or a residential placement.
Cardiff, for example, has an award-winning women’s only treatment centre. We know gender specific centres can be important when creating a safe space for some people. For others that won’t be important.
We’ll take the time to listen to your reservations and requirements and help guide you to what will work.
Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call free from mobiles and landlines on 0800 002 9010. You can also text.
Facing up to the fact that you, someone in your family, or a friend may have an issue with alcohol or drug addiction is tough. Reaching out to find the right rehab facility can be confusing. At Port of Call, we can help to ease you through this process. For expert and confidential guidance on how to find an addiction treatment clinic or private rehab centre to suit you in Wales, call for free today on 08000029010.
Is your concern for someone else?
If your concern is for someone else and you fear they may not yet be ready to face their problem and seek help, we can support you in tackling it with them.
We have lots of experience in supporting interventions and enabling positive change.
Additionally, we have offer workplace support to a number of household names.
Residential rehab options
Residential rehabilitation options are, for those with the deepest set addictions, the most effective route to recovery in Wales and elsewhere.
They consist of supported abstinence, with counselling and medical oversight to ensure you can deal with the physical and psychological challenge of getting – and staying – clean.
Costs vary and can be tailored to your means to an extent. There are options for funding treatment and we don’t want to see anyone put off rehab by fear of cost. For one week, private rehab costs may begin at £1,500. NHS options, though difficult to access, may also be available.