Drug & Alcohol Rehab Blackburn
Here at Help4Addiction, we are on a determined mission to help you get off drugs or stop drinking alcohol. We employ our expertise to help you select the best choice from a plethora of options in rehab near you. Regardless of whether that addiction is to alcohol, prescription drugs, or illegal drugs, we are here to point you in the right direction. All we want is for you to go back to a normal life.
When you decide to quit drinking or stop taking drugs forever, you are faced with so many choices that it would bend your brain. The choice in rehab clinics around the Blackburn area is so blinding that you might well decide not to bother going into rehab for your addiction, after all. This is the last thing anyone wants. Your family want you to quit addiction, your work colleagues, friends, and neighbours want you to get off drink or stop using. Nobody wants to see you at your lowest… so we offer a helping hand and hope you will choose it.
Getting off drink and drugs is confusing, especially when you want to use the full services of a rehab centre in order to do so. When you come to Help4Addiction, we will ask you some specific questions, all geared towards getting to know you that little bit better. Once we know what you want, what you need, and what you expect from rehab clinics in Blackburn, we can then point you in the direction of a carefully curated list of choices. These choices will be individually tailored to you rather than randomly selected. We want you to get well and we are prepared to give you nothing but the most suitable options in order for you to do so.
You can call us on 0203 955 7700 to get started in your recovery today, or you can fill in our online consultation form and one of our highly-skilled team will get back to you.
Why Help4Addiction Gives You Better Chances at Quitting?
When you come to us and ask for our help, you will be treated to a judgment free handling of your case. Our skilled call handlers will ask you a series of questions, all of which have been designed to get to the bottom of what rehab clinic will be best for you. Did you know that when you go to rehab, there is a chance your treatment won’t be successful? If your rehab clinic is a bad match to your hobbies or skills you will shortly find yourself bored, not attending, or otherwise quitting your attempt at becoming sober.
What we do allows you to get the best option in rehab, totally tailored to you. This gives our clients the unique feeling of being supported from the offset, as well as allowing them to be matched with rehab clinics that are much more likely to work for them. If your rehab clinic choice is aligned with your hobbies and interests, you will be free from addiction if you put in the hard work.
We can’t guarantee that we will make rehab or detox any easier for you in terms of getting up and going… but we can confirm that our service makes it easier for you to find somewhere that accommodates your needs. By doing this, you are the most supported that you can be throughout the treatment process, leaving you much more likely to succeed.
Together, we can have you back to a normal life in no time, whatever normal means for you.
How Long Does Rehab Take?
This depends entirely upon what style of rehab you are involved with, how much you used to use, and how long for. If you are in full-time, residential, or private rehab, then you will be expected to take part in roughly 28 days of initial treatment. If you are part-time and want to be seen for rehab in Blackburn as an outpatient, then you can expect to spend a three month minimum attending sessions.
How long rehab takes you after this initial period varies per person. It might be that a few months are all it takes for you to stop thinking about heroin abuse or using cocaine. It might be that a few weeks find you recovered completely. It might be that you suffer the ill effects of substance misuse in Blackburn for the rest of your life. The example we like to use is that of an ex-alcoholic entering a pub. It is an atmosphere they are unlikely to ever feel comfortable in because they are on-edge being around the booze… and that is quite normal.
For more on how long rehab takes you can see our webpage. Otherwise, give us a call on 0203 955 7700 to start your own recovery. The sooner we begin, the sooner the addiction will be conquered, after all.
Do I Have An Alcohol Addiction?
With all of this interest in rehab clinics near you, let’s talk briefly about how to spot an addiction. They say that admitting you have a problem is the first step to getting help. To recognise whether or not you are suffering from an addiction to alcohol, answer the questions below as honestly as you can.
Question 1: Do you drink daily? If so, how many units a week? The government recommends you drink no more than 14 units a week… how much does yours add up to?
Question 2: Do you shake or sweat if you can’t get a drink? If you don’t use, experiencing the physical symptoms of alcohol withdrawal (or drug withdrawal) is a sure sign you are hooked.
Question 3: Have you ever googled ‘how do I stop drinking so much?’ it’s an obvious one, but it sometimes takes something obvious to kick start a recovery.
Question 4: Do your friends and family tell you they think you are using too much? If they are the people who know you best, then they might be right.
Question 5: Do you drink (or use drugs) in secret? If your friends and family have been annoying you, you will eventually start drinking without telling them. This is a bad sign of a big habit forming.
If any of these above questions bring about a worrying response, then you might well be brewing an addiction of your own. Contact us now for rehab clinic help, and don’t leave it until it is too late. You can reach us on 0203 955 7700 to get rehab clinic selection help in Blackburn
Blackburn Drink and Drug Statistics
When researching an area, we like to spot how big a problem drink and drugs might be. Many folk move into a city believing that it is a safe place to raise their family, but that’s not always the case. Blackburn, it seems, isn’t as different as the loyal residents there might think…
We know that drink driving is a bit of a problem in this city. The Lancashire Telegraph frequently reports on cases of drink drivers being over the limit by astonishing amounts. In one recent case, the most persistent drink-driver in the area was actually jailed – something they only do in the most extreme of cases.
As for drugs, Blackburn doesn’t get off the hook easily there, either. A recent raid saw police report on a seizure of £20,000 in cash. They also retrieved some cell phones designed to be used for drug deals and thrown away, and a supply of Class A drugs. This one haul is a sign of deeper problems within the city in relation to drug use. In June 2020, 18 people were charged with being part of a large drug gang bringing supplies of class A substances into the area. Blackburn is not free from drug misuse, but nor is any other city in England.
If you have fallen down the drink and drug rabbit hole please contact us for rehab help. You can reach us on 0203 955 7700.
Help is Available in All Areas of Blackburn!
We will help anyone who comes to us, who falls under the jurisdiction of NHS England and Wales. We can connect you with the resources you need in order to recover from drink or drug abuse. We want you to get free from drink or drug abuse and we are willing to refer you to the people who can see you through to the end of it – rehab, detox, the whole works!
We help those from:
- Great Harwood
And all of the areas around town, suburbs, estates, and all! So if you want help to break free from an addiction to drugs or alcohol on your own terms, then we want to hear from you. Contact us now to get started, on 0203 955 7700. Together, we can get you into the right rehab clinic and back on track to sobriety!
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