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There is a vast amount of effective and excellent support available to fight addiction in the West Midlands.
Port of Call has close links with counsellors, therapists, support groups and rehab centres and can help you decide what you need and to gain access to it.
Whether your search is for alcohol rehab in the West Midlands or drug rehab in the West Midlands, we’re the starting point.
Getting help in the West Midlands
For those who need it, there is no substitute to residential rehab in breaking the cycle of addiction and beginning a path to sustained recovery. It offers people the support and environment they need to end the dependence and become equipped with the tools to remain free of addiction.
Our entire team has their own story of addiction and recovery and, as we’ve really been there, we truly understand.
Options in the West Midlands area include small treatment centres where additional discretion is guaranteed, luxury retreats and gender-specific centres.
We’re impartial and independent and have the time and desire to hear your personal circumstances and work through to a solution.
Contact us any day or time. Text on 0800 002 9010 or call free on that number, or email email@example.com
Know someone who needs our support?
Not everyone is yet ready to face the issues they have with addiction and access help.
When that is the case we have a track record in assisting and enabling interventions and we are happy to talk you through this process.
We are also engaged by a number of businesses to offer support services to staff.
There are options in the West Midlands
The high standard of rehab options in the West Midlands means you’ll have choices between talking therapies, detox programmes and combined complementary therapies.
These can be accessed via daycare, though residential is often best. It can be of a luxury standard but similar care is available in less premium surroundings too.
AA meetings in the West Midlands
You can find a list of all AA meetings here https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/.
We’ve pulled together some of the most useful resources and information for the area below: