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Drug Addiction: Getting Help

How To Get Help

If you are suffering from drug-related issues, there is a variety of therapies that can help. You can secure the top of the range addiction services from NHS charity or private licensed organisations managed drug addiction facilities. Use Internet Search Engine Optimisers to identify the nearest NHS drug addiction service near you.

You're able to select suitable treatment method from a variety of choices in a nearby facility location which suit your specific needs and timeframe. You have the same right to treatment as anybody that comes to NHS for any other health issue if you have a drug dependency.


With the right therapy, it is possible for you to live a drug-free life.


Where To Get Help For Drugs

First you should go to GP. Your GP can talk to you about your issues, look carefully into the root of your problems, and help you choose the right therapy for given situation. It is possible they offer to treat you, or they will suggest you appropriate rehab centre in your vicinity. This is not necessary to visit your GP, if your are not comfortable it okay, you can directly go or visit your nearest drug treatment centre.


The Frank website offers you information regarding drug rehab centres in your vicinity.

Call 0800 246 1509 if you are not able to find the appropriate help for you. Take help about different choices from our counsellor.


Your Drugs Keyworker

First step which is done to you at your local addiction treatment centre is assessment. If you need treatment you will be assigned a keyworker. He can be a doctor, drugs worker or a nurse. Your keyworker will help you organise the treatment you need and develop a personalised care plan with you, and will be your first point of call throughout your treatment. You're see the keyworker during on one to one treatment sessions.



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Charity And Private Drugs Treatment

Drug treatment is available through NHS and voluntary private drug and alcohol treatment organisations are on hand to assist. These voluntary bodies provide numerous community services in addition to providing residential treatment facilities. Outreach and damage reduction services, advisory services, organised daily schedules, aftercare and accommodation support services are all included. These voluntary organisations work in collaboration with the local community NHS services.