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Self Referrals

Are you currently struggling through drug and alcohol abuse, alone? Do you find it difficult to open up to loved ones, friends or even your employer when considering your relationship with drugs and alcohol?

Opting for a lone experience of addiction is very likely. Many individuals abusing addictive substances will try to cope independently, along with personal recovery attempts. Although it is understandably an easier choice, any degree of addiction shouldn’t be dealt with alone.  

Through our self-referrals here at Addiction Advocates, we can help you through the initial stages of recovery. You’ll be set up for a proactive and positive road to addiction rehabilitation by opting for professional support.  

Although taking this initial step may feel challenging, you’ll benefit greatly through our self-referrals. The value you’ll experience will outweigh the initial tests of acknowledging your problem with drugs and/or alcohol.  

Why consider self-referrals into rehab? 

Hiding your side effects from addiction can be dangerous. Closing the door on personal and professional support can hinder your recovery chances. Attempting to deal with the side effects of addiction, self-sufficiently is exhausting.  

Through our self-referrals, you can experience support throughout every step of your addiction recovery journey. From acknowledging your drug and alcohol addiction and sharing your experiences with others, to finding a suitable rehab facility to reside from, great value is awaiting through our self-referrals 

By shunning away the opportunities of self-referrals into rehab, it is likely that your consumption will worsen. You’ll find it challenging to mask your reality from others, while also giving into your physical and psychological cravings.  

Attempting to work through the ongoing mental battle between future consumption and rehabilitation opportunities can be mentally draining. Through our self-referrals, you can receive immediate guidance, helping the rehabilitation contender win.  

How we can help you here at Addiction Advocates  

Through our self-referrals, we can help you by: 

  • Listening to your experiences with drugs and alcohol, while also considering your addiction recovery goals.  
  • Considering your budget and requirements for self-referrals into rehab.  
  • Recommending the most effective next steps to move you towards your addiction recovery goals.  
  • Providing self-referrals to the most suitable rehab facilities. 
  • Recommending recovery driven treatment options and the highest quality of care. 
  • Answering any questions or concerns you may have about self-referrals and the rehab process.  
  • Guiding you throughout your selection, along with your initial steps of rehab.  
  • Offering support for both you and your family members through this challenging time.  

Understandably, self-referrals can feel like a daunting step to take. However, by acknowledging your problems with drugs and alcohol, with the help of recovery specialists, you’ll be left in safe hands. Through our self-referrals you’ll have access to our immediate support, covering the initial recovery process, while having reassurance that you’re completing the most effective route to addiction recovery. 

If you do have any questions regarding self-referrals or general rehab concerns, feel free to contact our team here at Addiction Advocates. We are here to guide, to motivate and to care through rehab self-referrals.  

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