Whatever your situation may be, here at Addiction Advocates, we can offer guidance, we can offer professional insights, we can offer referrals into rehab. To gauge where you stand with drugs and alcohol, to understand the necessity of professional withdrawal services, to appreciate the deteriorating cycle of addiction, reach out to our team.
Making that call to Addiction Advocates will be one of the hardest things you ever do. Most people feel a sense of shame or embarrassment. However, if you or someone you care about is in the grips of drug or alcohol addiction, doing nothing is a much more dangerous situation. Calling us could save a life.
Excessive use of drugs or alcohol can lay waste to your health, family life, friendships and your career. We offer the highest quality residential treatment for drug and alcohol addiction in your area and our rehab is reasonably priced. Our nearest rehab clinic is in Liverpool, a short journey from Southport and we offer you the opportunity to reshape the rest of your life.
When you call us, we will have an initial assessment over the phone with you. It will be non-judgmental and discreet, and we will then help you to take the first steps on your road to recovery.
Please give us a call on 0800 012 6088, text HELP To 83222 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are no queues or waits for admission and we can begin to help you immediately.
How does residential rehab work?
When you arrive at our clinic, we will assess your mental and physical health which will allow us to discuss your addiction in greater, deeper detail and allow us to really understand the issues you are experiencing. There are a wide range of holistic and traditional therapy options that we offer. These programmes will seek to keep you away from drugs and alcohol long term and all of our treatments have your long-term recovery on the agenda.
Residential rehab means that it’s a much easier process for you to be kept away from the usual destructive temptations during your stay with us. We can also be directly by your side during that extremely tough first month to provide first class care. It’s harder to suffer from a relapse when it’s so difficult to access problem substances. Many of our clients are relieved to be able to spend their time recovering rather than concerning themselves with external factors.
All of our clinics guarantee a tranquil environment that is the ideal place to undergo treatment. We have private and en-suite rooms which are comfortable and luxurious. You’ll have access to our staff on a 24 hour basis and we are here to help you.
Addiction Advocates employ experts in addiction who are here to deliver your rehabilitation programme. Our rehab centre is located in a discreet location and our residential facilities allow you to stay away from people and places that may cause you temptation. With our staff and clinic, we are able to offer you an exceptional rehabilitation service.
Our patients begin rehab with detoxification. Detox aims to rid the client of toxins that have been caused by a sustained period of drug or alcohol addiction. During this period, many patients are allowed controlled access to prescription medications in order to reduce the often unpleasant withdrawal symptoms that go hand in hand with drug or alcohol detoxification.
About your treatment programme
We’ll need you to commit to a 28 day treatment programme. Depending on the severity of your condition, this may be longer. Addiction Advocates will investigate and repair underlying psychological causes of drug or alcohol addiction. This is an essential step to living a healthy life free of addiction.
We pride ourselves on individualising your treatment. Every person is different, no addiction affects anyone the same and as such we have many treatments that we offer. For example, we use modern psychotherapy and CBT to help you to understand your addiction.
There are also a number of holistic therapies designed to heal you mentally, spiritually and physically. Examples of holistic therapies include music therapy and acupuncture. These treatments are proven to reduce cravings whilst you detox.
There is no cure for addiction and you’ll need to be disciplined and stay strong long after you leave our care, which is why we will spend a lot of time working to heal the underlying conditions of addiction. This is with the long-term treatment aim of ending relapse cycles.
When you choose Addiction Advocates, you can stay in touch with family when you are undergoing treatment should you wish to so. If you wish for them to do so, we’d welcome your family being involved in your treatment.
We care about the progress of your recovery when you leave Addiction Advocates. This is why we have 12 months of aftercare as part of any of our rehab programmes. Our 24/7 helpline will connect you to our highly trained staff who will be able to help you should you need their help. We will create an aftercare plan for you to use and this will help you for the fight ahead. Overcoming addiction isn’t a fight that ends when you leave us, it will be something you need to be mindful of at all times.
Our plan may advise that you attend support groups that are available to you in Southport. We may advise that you undergo additional individual therapy if abstinence is a struggle.
Our aftercare specialists create their plan for you before you leave our clinic which will allow you to head on to the next chapter of your life feeling confident and relaxed about your future. By following your treatment programme you’ll have everything you need to stop you from taking drugs or drinking. We aim to send you back into your normal life with real positivity about your future.
Getting help with rehab
That call, text or e-mail to us will be one of the most important contacts of your life. We’ll be able to help you when you come into our care, but we need you to take this first step for us. Please call, text or e-mail, or complete the contact form and we will do everything we can to help you.
Addiction is difficult to recover from but Addiction Advocates will help you to make a start. Admitting there’s a problem is the first and hardest step and we’ll be alongside you when you do so. We’re waiting to help you.