If you live in Kingston-Upon-Hull and you think you have a problem with drugs or alcohol, then your best move right now would be to give us a call. Help4Addiction exists to provide safe guidance to those that are stuck in the cycle of addiction and who want to break free. We source the best rehab clinics which match our client’s specifications, giving them the best chance of successfully ditching drink and drug abuse, for good.
We exist because our very own founder had a drug problem of his own. Despite having a high flying position and a family, our founder still managed to fall foul of addiction to cocaine. It took a huge effort on his part not only to recover from drug abuse, but also to go on to start the service we now offer, through Help 4 Addiction. Our organisation exists because he recognised how hard it was to reliably get into a rehab centre that worked. HE wanted to fill this need before it turned anyone else off getting the rehab help, they needed, just as it nearly did with him. If he had given up, he probably wouldn’t be around today to tell the tale.
If you live in Kingston-Upon-Hull and you want to recover from drug or alcohol issue, then all you need to do to get our help is pick up the phone and call. We can be reached at 0203 955 7700 and we are eager to hear from you. Addiction is a difficult thing to have to wake up and face alone each day. We want to get you connected to the correct resources that could prevent you from taking drugs or binge drinking, ever again. If that sounds interesting to you, then go ahead and make that call.
So how do you know if you have a problem with drinking? It is actually kind of simple to figure out. Those that struggle with binge drinking might feel the need to drink every day or several days per week. They will often drink more than they need to, as well. The recommended government limit of alcohol intake is 14 units per week in the UK. If you drink more than that then you are a binge drinker.
If you think you are binge drinking, then you should call us (0203 955 7700) to get help. You might even be eligible for online therapy or a home detox kit to get you started. Addiction doesn’t need to trap you for life, and it is possible to get the support you need to quit. Contact us now by phone or reach out through our online consultation service so we can find the best rehab clinic in Kingston-Upon-Hull, just for you.
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You should give up drinking if you are addicted to it. Why? It will systematically rot your liver away until you either need a transplant, or you die. They do not put addicts very highly up on that transplant list, either, for fear that you will ruin the new organ you are donated. They would much rather give the healthy new organ to someone who won’t poison it. This means that if alcohol has damaged your system enough to destroy your liver, then you are at the stage where you MUST quit alcohol, or you will die. This might sound shocking, but perhaps the shock will wake you up.
Continued alcohol abuse is likely to push all of your loved ones away. When you run out of cash you will inevitably borrow from the people who care about you until they are forced to turn you away. You will have no possessions left because you will give them away to cover the cost of drink (or drugs) and you will likely become homeless in time since you spend all your rent money on your poison of choice. You do not need us to tell you that this behaviour cannot continue indefinitely.
If you think you want to make the move and get off drugs or drink, then call us. If you think you just want to chat about the notion, then call us. If you want to discuss rehab near you – then call us. Whatever questions you have about addiction we can answer them. We might even be able to get you in touch with the service you use to finally quit substance abuse, once and for all.
Our number is 0203 955 7700. We want you to use it. You can see our page on how to give up drinking alcohol for more information.
Some of the statistics released by either the Office of National Statistics or by NHS England and Wales themselves, are truly shocking. The whole of England has a binge drinking problem. With alcohol sold in most stores and several pubs and clubs, it becomes almost impossible to have a ‘good night out’ without it.
The BBC has reported in the past that Kingston-Upon-Hull has had an ongoing drink and drug problem and mentions a dangerous ‘culture of injecting’ which has been linked to Class A drug use. More recently, the city council have taken drastic steps to curb this trend, leading to vast three-figure sum fines being dished out in some areas of the city. According to reports in the Hull Daily Mail, there is a total ban in all cemeteries and play parks – a factor you would think went without saying but that Kingston-Upon-Hull has had to spell out to troublemakers in town. Add this to the reports of alcoholics being given city-wide drinking bans, and you start to get a not-so-inviting picture of the alcohol scene in the city.
Whenever you come off drink or drugs, you will need to detox. You will have to go through this process more than once if your first attempt at recovery fails. Detox covers the process of the drink or drugs leaving your body so that you are chemical free. It can be physically painful, particularly if you have been an addict for a long time. This is because your body adapts to treating high levels of the chemical substance every day over time. When you take that substance away, your mind will try to convince you that you aren’t able to continue without it.
It is vital that you stick the course once you get through the detox process. We have a more detailed account of what exactly detox entails here. Ultimately, it is a difficult process whose reward is the rest of your life, drug, or alcohol free. It is one of the hardest, most worthwhile things you will ever do with your life.
The short answer is that it will cost you a lot less than it would to continue using drink or drugs every day over time. Rehab essentially pays for itself once you have been sober for long enough because it saves you both the monetary and the health costs of being an addict. A typical 28 day stint in an NHS rehab clinic near Kingston-Upon-Hull will cost you roughly £1400. What you have to do next is work out how much you spend every month on your substance abuse, and then work out how long it will take you to make that £1400 back in terms of addiction money.
So, if you are worried about the costs of rehab, simply budget it out. If I spend £250 on Heroin per week that works out as a £1000 per month. If that is how much I regularly pay for drugs, then it will only take me a month and a half to make back the cost of rehab. Better yet, in England and Wales the NHS may be able to front you the money, or to fund some of it, to help you get started. Of course, private rehab centres are much more expensive, but these usually require you to live on-site for the first month of treatment.
You heard that correctly… we provide our strategic placement service throughout all of England, and that means in every region of Kingston-Upon-Hull. Just to make sure we are clear, that includes (but is not limited to) the following places:
So if you live in these areas and you suffer from drink and drug addictions, we are the service you need to get back on the road to recovery. It might take a while and it will be difficult, but with our help you can be off drink and drugs and back on track in as little as a few short months. Contact us now, on 0203 955 7700, if you have made the decision to quit. Today is the first day of the rest of your life. At least it could be if you choose to get Help 4 Addiction.
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Nicholas Conn is a leading industry addiction expert who runs the UK’s largest addiction advisory service and is regularly featured in the national press, radio and TV. He is the founder and CEO of a drug and alcohol rehab center called Help4addiction, which was founded in 2015. He has been clean himself since 2009 and has worked in the Addiction and Rehab Industry for over a decade. Nick is dedicated to helping others recover and get treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. In 2013, he released a book ‘The Thin White’ line that is available on Amazon.
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