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.

We have many ways of helping people who struggle with drug or alcohol addiction in Wigan. For some, admitting they need help can be one of the most difficult steps, but it’s also the most important step to beginning your journey to recovery.

Are you searching for a way to turn your life around? To be free from alcohol or drugs? Here at Addiction Advocates we’re ready to give you the support you need to succeed in long-term recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.

If your addiction is negatively affecting your physical and psychological well-being and damaging your relationships with friends and family, then it’s essential you seek help immediately. You can be referred to a drug and alcohol treatment centre by your GP, but more simply you can search directly online for “alcohol rehab near me” to find a suitable rehab in Wigan; this is where we come in.

Our expertly trained team of medical professionals specialise in supporting clients in Wigan who suffer with drug or alcohol addiction. In addition to our withdrawal treatments and detox clinic, we also deliver recovery strategies which can be utilised long-term, even when you’ve left our treatment centre, encouraging you to lead a more positive lifestyle. Our team will welcome you into our rehab centres with the utmost respect, making sure you have all the home comforts you may require. We’re deeply involved with each client who comes into our care and guarantee our 100% commitment in guiding you towards a life free from drug or alcohol addiction.

Do I need drug and alcohol rehabilitation?

We understand how difficult it can be to admit to yourself, and to others around you, that you’re struggling with an addiction. It’s important to know where you may have overstepped the mark and where something which could initially be fun, turns into an unhealthy dependency.

Do you find yourself depending on alcohol to feel relaxed? Perhaps your weight or appetite is being affected by excessive drinking? Or you find yourself over-indulging at social events? If you’re drinking alcohol regularly throughout the day or experiencing any of the above, then it’s likely the thought of giving it up makes you feel anxious, sad, or even angry; this is an alcohol addiction.

It can be tough to acknowledge that you need help, but you’re not in this alone. Many individuals struggle with denial when dependent on alcohol or drugs. The best thing you can do for yourself is confront those fears as quickly as possible and seek support from our drug and alcohol treatment centre immediately.

What can I expect from a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre ?

Many people have misconceptions around what a rehab place for drugs or alcohol is like. We can reassure you that it’s not a faceless, clinical environment. Instead, we promote a comfortable, positive atmosphere where we can support you in your long-term recovery.

Our treatment programmes are designed to typically last 28 days however everyone is different. We have found this duration gives the best results as together we get the opportunity to heal your physical and psychological health which has been damaged by alcohol. As you go through our detox clinic to remove the harmful toxins from your body, it is quite common to experience withdrawal symptoms also known as Delerium Tremens or The DTs. These symptoms can be quite serious so it is vital that you’re in our expert care when undertaking a detox, you may need medical attention so it’s important to remember never to attempt this at home. We recognise that detoxing isn’t a pleasant experience and can be quite an ordeal, however we wouldn’t suggest it if it weren’t such an integral step in achieving freedom from alcohol.

What treatment options do we have ?

We have various drug and alcohol treatment programmes available which we tailor to suit your wants and needs. We help you to identify the triggers and the background of how your addiction began. In order to fully recover from alcohol addiction and lead a healthier life, it can be extremely useful to understand why and how it all started.

Even after you complete our treatment programme, we can provide aftercare treatment to support your continued recovery. You will feel more in control of your emotions and of your life in general. With a clearer mind and healthier lifestyle, you can begin to tackle daily life whilst continuing your recovery journey at home. Our experienced team of medical professionals are fully committed to doing everything they can to help you. From various forms of therapy including holistic, group and individual therapies, to ensuring you have all the home comforts and healthy meals you need.

Is alcohol rehab the right option for me?

We’re delighted to say that over 85% of clients who complete their alcohol rehab programmes are announced as “treatment completed” meaning they are no longer dependent on alcohol; we think these are pretty impressive results. Of course, not everyone who embarks on a treatment programme completes it. Around 29% of clients who begin a treatment service, don’t complete it, according to Public Health England’s latest statistics.

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation are very effective for those dealing with an addiction. However, it’s important to remember that whilst we offer fantastic treatment options with a dedicated team, a rehab centre won’t work unless you’re fully committed to turning your life around.

Another important factor to take into consideration if you have a young family, is that courts and social services will view your case more favourably if you have shown the commitment to overcome addiction by joining a rehab centre.

There’s no better time to begin your journey to recovery. Get in touch with us today by calling 0800 012 6088 or text HELP to 83222.