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We understand how tough it is to make the decision that you or someone you know needs help with addiction.
At Port of Call, every one of our team has personal experience with addiction and has a thorough handle on the recovery support options available in Yorkshire.
We can tell you about drug rehab in Yorkshire and alcohol rehab in Yorkshire – and the options in between.
Is residential rehab right for me?
Detox, counselling and rehab all seem daunting and unknown – even drastic – but they can be life-changing.
For entrenched addiction issues, residential rehab is by far the most effective solution and it can be organised and put in place far quicker than you may think. Settings support families as well as individuals to make a necessary change away from everyday habits and environments.
That is not to say residential rehab is definitely what you or your loved one needs. We’re expert in advising on the right options based on individual circumstances.
In Yorkshire, there are rehab options with specialisms in alcohol and drug addiction, including cocaine.
You can text us on 0800 002 9010, call free on that number day or night, or email email@example.com for impartial advice on what is available.
Is this for someone in denial?
Many of the calls we take at Port of Call are from people concerned about someone else’s addiction as opposed to having the problem themselves.
We have a lot of experience with organising and assisting with interventions to help others face their problems and get help.
In addition, we work with businesses to offer workplace services to support staff.
What is rehab like?
Residential rehab, particularly, is a safe space to step outside of usual routines, interactions and demands. It’s an opportunity to get specialised, medical support to make the psychological and physical strides necessary to begin recovery.
The usual duration of a residential stay is 28 days, but it can be longer or shorter depending on individual needs and constraints.
There are NHS options for rehab that we can help you explore, though demand is high and services limited.