Drug & Alcohol Rehab Bromley
Bromley isn’t exempt from the drug and alcohol issues that are plaguing our nation. In fact, wherever you live in England, you are at risk of suffering from an addiction. Substance abuse is a common way for us Brits to process traumatic events in our lives. Why is it so common? Because we allowed the widescale sale of alcohol from almost every grocery store across the country. When you add this to the illegalisation of drugs, you start to get a picture of a country that doesn’t have clear policies on dealing with this sort of thing.
Here at Help4Addiction, on the other hand, we deal with this sort of thing, all the time. We exist so that we can help our clients get off drugs or quit drinking, just as soon as they are ready. Our service connects those who need help with the services able to provide that aid. Be it rehab clinics, detox centres, or medical facilities – we can help you reach them.
We were started by an ex-addict who struggled to get off drugs when his time came. At the point that he decided he had endured enough of that cycle of addiction that so easily traps us, he tried to reach out for help. He found it excessively difficult to get the rehab clinic referral he needed so that he could quit drug taking in a healthy, measured way. Years later, when he finally managed to break free of drug addiction, he was able to address this issue from the outside looking in. Help4Addiction was born with the express aim of connecting addicts who want to quit their substance misuse problem with the rehab clinics they needed to make it possible.
So if you dream of getting off drink or drugs and you want to make that dream a reality, we are the team you need cheering you on from the side-lines. We will go to every effort to connect you with the right rehab centre for you – which means we listen to what you need, then try to source it for you. When you quit with us, the result is that you have a much higher chance of staying off drink or drugs for good.
Interested in quitting through Help4Addiction? We want to hear from you! Call us now, on 0203 955 7700, or make use of our online consultation service to get started. We are eager to hear from you and escort you back down the path towards sobriety.
I Live in Bromley, Can I Call Help4Addiction?
Of course you can! We want to hear from anyone suffering from an addiction that happens to live in the Bromley area. We encourage you to call for all thing’s substance abuse. That being said, those that call us tend to have at least one of the following problems:
- They have a drug or alcohol addiction
- They suspected they are building up to an addiction and want to interrupt bad habits before they get any worse
- They are curious about what it might take for them to perhaps stop taking drugs or drinking at some point in the future
- They are worried about a close friend or family member and would like advice
We will help anyone who calls us with regards to substance abuse so please do reach out, even if you think you are overreacting. If you suspect drug abuse or alcoholism it is far better not to leave things to chance. Addictions like these kill people over time. They also severely impact quality of life, health, and even social interactions. Call us before all of yours are worn away, on 0203 955 7700.
What To Do If My Partner Is On Drugs?
If you suspect your partner has fallen foul of an addiction, call us and we can advise you in person. There are certain signs that you should look for as the obvious symptoms of alcohol or drug withdrawal. These signs should tell you once and for all whether or not you were right about your partner being on drugs or alcohol.
1 – The Secret Drinker
Someone who is hooked on drink, drugs, or some other substance, will do it in secret. This is more obvious with drugs – but it is a good way to spot an alcoholic. If they are making excuses to sneak off there is a high chance, they are hiding an addiction from you.
2 – The Morning Drug User
If they wake up in the morning and the first thing they do is reach for the bottle, smoke, or hit up drugs some other way, then they have a problem. If you can use at the times of day that would make a non-addict sick to do so, then you have an addiction.
3 – The Poor Partner
Not all of us have great jobs, not all of us were born to well-off families, and not all of us can use this rule. However, if your partner has a good job, limited outgoings, and is still always poorer than you, then they are probably spending that money on drugs or drink. Ask them about their finances outright from the curious perspective of a potential life partner to get a good grip on this one.
4 – Begging, Borrowing, Stealing
Someone with substance abuse problems will spend their last dime on drink or drugs. If your partner is consistently borrowing money from other people, then you might have an issue. Keeping an eye on incomings and outgoings to your household is the best way to make sure you know exactly who is spending what.
5 – Dodging your Questions
A partner who isn’t being open and honest is everyone’s worst nightmare. If you ask them a direct question and they tell you just to ‘trust them’ instead of explaining, you should see this as a red flag.
Finally… red flags, issues of mistrust, lies, being dishonest, and not telling you things, are all signs something is going on without your knowledge. It might not be an addiction, which is more common that you might think. At any rate, our advisors can be trusted to take the time and talk you through these issues, while helping you devise ways to approach the matter safely.
Drugs Are On The Streets of Bromley Right Now!
Regardless of whether or not you moved to Bromley as a safe choice of city, you will find that it has a bit of an issue controlling access to drugs. Let’s not forget that drug addictions can be the result of prescription medications just as soon as they can come from illegal ones. If anything, prescription medication addictions are more likely since they don’t involve any kind of dealer.
The key takeaway here, however, is that rehab clinics are brimming full in Bromley. There is no way to officially document how many addicts there are in Bromley, but we can check for incidents of drug crime in the area that should give us an indication as to their presence in town. From an initial glance at the statistics we can see that Bromley isn’t the best area to live. It has a crime rate 128% of the national average, meaning it has more than a fifth more drug crime than other cities. 1000 crimes were reported, of which 3.5% are drug related directly. You can view the figures for yourself over on Plumplot.
As recently as in January of 2020, police were involved in a number of Class A drugs raids all over the city. News Shopper reports that fourteen people were arrested as a result. In the previous week, they had made 18 arrests for similar grounds, and the two incidents were expected to be related. With so many arrests, we spy hints at a Class A drug gang bringing the substances into the country and dispersing them throughout the town… not good for anyone involved.
Help is Available in All Areas of Bromley!
Regardless of which end of town you live in; we can help Bromley residents to get over their substance misuse problems and get back to a regular life. We have helped people from all over England and Wales to connect to a rehab clinic near them, that suits their wants and needs. If you think you are suffering from an addiction, then contact us straight away to get the same service.
We help people from:
- Biggin Hill
- Bromley Common
- Chislehurst Common
- Coney Hall
- Crystal Palace
- Eden Park
- Elmers End
- Green Street Green
- Leaves Green
- Park Langley
- Petts Wood
- Pratt’s Bottom
- St Mary Cray
- St Paul’s Cray
- West Wickham
So if you live in any of these areas, we can help with your addiction. Call 0203 955 7700 now to get help finding the best rehab near you!
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