Do you suffer from an addiction and need help? If this sounds familiar, but you are too confused over how to reach out to do anything about it, then we are the rehab and addiction help service that you need. Here at Help4Addiction, we specialise in connecting people just like you, with the best services to get them off drugs or alcohol – and keep them off drugs or alcohol – for good. Want to know more? Stick with us a little longer to find out all you need to know about rehab clinics for drugs or rehab clinics for alcohol dependency, near you.
In the meantime, those that have already decided that they need help should call us today, or reach out through our online consultation service. We are here to connect you to the rehab clinics, therapies, and counselling services you need to recover. Addiction could be a thing of the past if you trust in us. To start your journey back to better health, contact us by phone on 0203 955 7700, right now. Together, we can make a difference in your life.
Why Get Off Drugs?
Drug addiction is a terrible thing to have to go through. Depending on what drugs you are taking, coming off them can be incredibly difficult to do – and might even be a threat to your health. In order to safely recover from drug addiction, it is recommended that you do so under the supervision of a medical establishment. Especially for the initial stages, which includes your detox process from drugs.
So if it is so hard to do, then why bother getting off drugs to begin with? What are the down sides to being an addict? We spelled it out just in case you don’t already know. Some of the best reasons to quit taking drugs include:
- When you come off drugs you have more money. You won’t be spending it all on your dealer or spending it on things you don’t need because you are high. You also spend what you do have much more responsibly than you would if you were high and unable to think of the future.
- Arguably more important than your pocket is your heart. The strain on your heart from taking drugs will eventually lead to a cardiac arrest. The stronger the drugs, the sooner the heart attack.
- The effect being an addict has on your mental health should not be ignored. Drug addiction can lead to both accidental and deliberate suicide. You can read more about the link between addiction and depression on our pages.
- When you are used to getting high all the time, your body changes to accommodate to this. You will start to look high even if you aren’t. Your appearance suffers along with your health. You start to look like an addict, and that’s no good thing.
- Friends and family are tired of watching you spiral downwards and out of control. To take hold of your life and start living up to their expectations, it is time to quit drugs. To get off them for good you need Durham rehab services near you and Help 4 Addiction can connect you with them.
So this is your official wake-up call. With the right team on your side, the support of friends and family, and a little know-how, you could be well on your way to recovery from drug addiction in your area. There are no special promises, just hard work and a commitment that we can help you change for the better. If you have the determination to succeed, we can help get you off drugs and in touch with the rehab clinic that is best suited to you. It all starts with a phone call so reach out now. Find us on 0203 955 7700 to get started.
Why Quit Drinking?
In terms of addiction, it isn’t fair to compare drug addiction with alcohol addiction. On one hand, illicit and prescription drugs can really damage your body, a lot faster than alcohol can… on the other hand, alcohol abuse can go on covertly for years. In some cases, people don’t even know their partner has a problem with alcoholism because they can disguise it. Alcoholism doesn’t require you to sneak off and see a dealer… they sell it in every community store across the UK that has a license. Alcohol addiction can look as inconspicuous as a petrol station receipt…
Never mind how easy it is to get your hands on alcohol, let’s talk about all the reasons why you should quit drinking, right now. For a start, your health is suffering. You cough more than you used to, can’t remember the last morning you woke up in a good mood, and constantly suffer with headaches from dehydration. That constant dehydration is affecting things you don’t even think of. Your eyes are always dry and itchy, that dryness is causing tiny scratches on your retinas that won’t mend. Alcohol is slowly rotting your teeth so that your breath always smells. It is damaging your liver, turning your breath to a sweet, rotting scent that your partner will recoil from.
Do you want to wake up one morning without the pain? Would you like to go a whole week without vomiting? Would you like to stop the tooth decay from all the acid reflux? All of these things are more than possible to you. Do you have a family? Are there children involved? You may need rehab clinics in Durham, and we can connect you with the best of them.
Wondering how you quit drinking and actually stop for good? You are not alone. It is estimated that around 59% of all British people drink regularly – and more than the recommended 114 units per week, too. If you want to talk about stopping drinking alcohol then see our page on it for more information. Alternatively, call us on 0203 955 7700 to talk, today.
What Do You Actually Do In A Rehab Clinic?
In a rehab clinic, the staff are uniquely trained to help you manage withdrawal symptoms. Among other things, they will help you through the detox phase which gets you off drink or drugs in a safe, effective, usually medicated way.
In a rehab clinic you will be expected to take part in many different counselling or therapy sessions. It is likely that you will meet with a group a few days a week since peer support is a great way to make progress and find likeminded individuals. You will go through more intensive one-on-one therapy sessions and might be invited to attend family sessions. You will develop new habits, remember old hobbies, and be given the chance to relax away from your normal life and/or triggers.
You can attend rehab centres as an outpatient, which means you can go home at the end of each day. You do not need to live in the rehab clinic although this tends to have higher success rates.
Help for Addiction is Available in All Areas of Durham!
We help out those who come to us from all over England – and we never turn a Durham person away. If you live in this region and you need help to recover from drink or drugs, then we are eager to hear from you. The more people we can help to get out of addictions, the better!
Help 4 Addiction was started by a founder who had experienced what it is like to suffer from addiction, himself. He wanted to establish a service that would make it easier, faster, and less overwhelming, when addicts finally wanted to go into recovery. There was a real gap in the market before. People would search for help for addiction in Durham and be overwhelmed by the number of rehab clinics they had to choose from. When you come to us, we use your needs as a starting point. We narrow down the hundreds of choices in rehab help near you based on which therapies you like the sound of, whether or not you want a more holistic approach, and the centres that best match your budget. Everyone is entitled to get the help they need to get off drink or drugs and we are more than happy to be the intermediary that gets you there… just ask any of our many former clients who went on to complete a successful recovery form drink or drugs.
We will help you no matter where in Durham you are from, but here are some of the areas we cover:
- Barnard Castle
- Bishop Auckland
- Chester Le Street
- High Urpeth
- Newton Aycliffe
However, if you need help for your addiction to drugs or alcohol and you live somewhere else in the Durham county, we still want you to contact us. Our list is by no means exclusive. We cover all areas with our recovery services and no one in Durham should feel left out.
Call us today, on 0203 955 7700 to start your recovery journey. We can’t wait for you to take your first steps!
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