Are you in need of help to recover from a drug or alcohol problem? Do you live in Devon and struggle to find the right service for you? We here at Help 4 Addiction are masters in finding the resources that are ideal for you, in your area.
When you first decide to quit your addiction it can be overwhelming. There are so many options in rehab clinics near you in Devon. There are so many therapy types, holistic helpers, and counsellors that it’s confusing. The last thing you need after such a huge decision is to be confused. It does tend to put people off recovery as it is already a huge shock to the system without all this!
That’s where our team come in. The experts here at Help 4 Addiction specialise in putting you in touch with the right services to get you off drink and drugs. Our founder went through addiction struggles himself and set up this organisation to help people in his position to get their lives back. Rehab, recovery, and a life beyond addiction are all within your grasp. Some determination, some hard work, and a little trust, and we can have you well on your way to a regular old life.
Interested? You should be! Contact us today via our online consultation service or by phone, on 0203 955 7700.
Are there Drug or Alcohol Problems in Devon?
There are drug and alcohol issues – be it with addiction, recovery, or general crime – all over England. Every region of the UK struggles with the use of illicit substances. Whether it be prescription drug addictions or alcohol abuse, issues are present in every region, in every town, and even down to a street-by-street basis.
Although Devon is a sleepy region that people often visit on holiday, it still has its fair share of drug dealers. Devon Live reported an event back in February last year regarding where you could by drugs by the side of the road in Devon. The fact that some 27 streets in the Devon area are known for having some of the highest drug arrest numbers in the whole of England is a little scary at best… but it gets worse, fast. A drug gang were reported a year later, causing terror throughout Dawlish and Teignmouth. Between them, the gang were jailed for a collective 105 years.
Although we know that drug crime isn’t always an indication as to how many addicts are in any given area, the presence of it at least gives you an idea that there is an issue. We don’t do ourselves, as a society, any favours by sweeping drug use under the carpet. If we were to acknowledge it instead, we would perhaps save more lives. As it is at the moment, we can only issue help on the opposite side of addiction, putting people in touch with the services they need to get better.
IF you are suffering from a drug or an alcohol addiction and you don’t know what to do, we want you to come to us. You are treasured, you are needed, you are right to reach out for help. Call us now, on 0203 955 7700 and we can move forward together. A better life is only a few months away.
How Long Does Drug Rehab Take?
Getting help for a drug addiction can vary in length of time taken. It will depend not only on the institution at which you choose to receive that rehab for drug addiction in Devon, but also on what you were hooked on and for how long. If the drug you used was a Class A like heroin or cocaine, it will take you longer to quit it than a marijuana or steroid addiction might take. This is simply because of the powerful effect Class A narcotics and prescription drugs can have.
If you have a drug addiction and you choose to get help through the NHS, you may well be seen as an outpatient. It is a known fact that outpatient treatment with the NHS will take a lot longer to complete than a full time, residential stint in rehab would take. While you can expect to spend around 28 days in a private facility, you will be treated as an outpatient for at least three months but often longer than this. The aftercare you need will also depend on your own resolve, how many triggers are in your life at one time, and how easy you find it to break old habits and create new ones.
Many of the factors that go into drug rehab are beyond your control and recovery times are different for everyone. It is important that you don’t compare yourself to others, nor feel inadequate because of their successes. If you falter in recovery, that’s fine. The important thing is getting back up again.
So to answer the question – drug addiction recovery takes as long as it needs to. It might be a month, it might be six months, it might even be a year. One day, however, you will not crave those drugs anymore. You will wake up, eat breakfast, go to your worthwhile job, and spend your free time with your family. On that day, you will be drug-free and not addicted any longer – and all of this that has gone before will be worth it.
Start the journey towards this point in life right now. Contact us on 0203 955 7700 for help getting into drug rehab and quitting addiction for good.
What About Alcohol Rehab Near Me?
Wondering how to stop drinking alcohol for good? You’re not the only one. Every year, the average Brit drinks more than 9.7 litres of alcohol. This is equal to 427 pints of beer, or 108 bottles of wine. It is estimated that more than half of the British public are drinkers. Similarly, around 20% do not drink at all… and you could fall into this category, should you choose to quit.
Alcohol Detox takes one of the shortest times and the chemicals should leave your body within a few days. Unfortunately, this isn’t the end of the Alcohol rehab process. You will need to detox, following by intensive counselling and therapy sessions, all designed to get to the bottom of the drink abuse and prevent you from going back to those bad habits, once you are back to normal. Alcohol rehab can take years and some who recover never drink again just in case they give in to it. We suggest that you do this too, should you wish to go into recovery from drink or drug addiction in Devon. It is never easy to recover but if the alcohol never fully leaves your system, then the only person you are fooling is yourself.
Contact us today if you want to recover from alcohol addiction. You can reach us on 0203 955 7700.
Can you get Drug and Alcohol Recovery Help Online?
Yes! You can get help for drug and alcohol recovery in the Devon area, if you go online. First of all, you can access and use the interactive Online Consultation service via our webpages, secondly, you can actually receive recovery therapies online now, too.
Partially in response to the increase in digital use brought about by the international changes in 2020, and partly because the digital world is growing exponentially, many rehab centres now offer treatment over the internet. This ranges in variety from apps to therapies, group meetings to check-ins. If you are too sick to get to the rehab clinic, you can email, call, and in some cases join in via an online meeting service! Location is not the same barrier to recovery from drug or alcohol addiction as it used to be.
You can find more information on online therapy and how it can help you get off drink or drugs, by following this link.
Help for Addiction is Available in All Areas of Devon!
Up and down the country, those who are alcohol or drug dependent contact Help 4 Addiction every day, to start getting off drink or packing in drugs. We can help you, regardless of what area of the county, or of the country, you are reaching out from. No matter where you live or what you do, no matter how discreet you need to be -we have a rehab clinic near you, that can give you the relief you have been seeking.
We support recovery from addictions in:
- Bovey Tracey
- Great Torrington
- Newton Abbot
Although that isn’t all. If you live in any area throughout Devon county and you want to recover by getting off drink or drugs for good, then we want you to reach out, right now. Call us on 0203 955 7700 and get the help you deserve. Recovery is best for everyone in your life. Do your family the favour and call now.
Other Related Areas To Consider For Rehab
London, Birmingham, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire, Dorset, Bournemouth, Manchester, Huntingdonshire, Middlesex, Northumberland County, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire County, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Sussex, West Midlands, Wiltshire