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Drug Addiction: Getting Help

How To Get Help

Times have changed and a variety of improved services for drug addiction are available if seek assistance. You can secure the top of the range addiction services from NHS charity or private licensed organisations managed drug addiction facilities. You can find the nearest NHS drug addiction support services using the service search.

You can find the ideal programme for you thanks to this guide for obtaining drug addiction treatment that will lead you through the alternatives. 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. You can talk about your worries with your GP before they give you a diagnosis and assist you in selecting the right course of action. It is possible they offer to treat you, or they will suggest you appropriate rehab centre in your vicinity. Most of the rehabs accept self-referrals, so if you don't want to discuss your problems with your GP, you can probably get admitted to a rehab centre in your area directly.


Get further information on local drug treatment programs and services from Frank website.

Call on 0800 246 1509 if you have any problem while finding any right centre. Take help about different choices from our counsellor.


Your Drugs Keyworker

You will be accessed first if you are seen at your local drug treatment service. You will then be given a key worker if you are assessed suitable for treatment. Your keyworker may be a drug worker, doctor or nurse. Your keyworker will be your first point of call throughout your treatment, they will develop a personalised care plan with you and help you organise the treatment you need. During your treatment, you'll see your keyworker for regular one-to-one sessions.



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Charity And Private Drugs Treatment

Aside from NHS, you can find a lot of voluntary sector and private drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities that may assist you. These voluntary bodies provide numerous community services in addition to providing residential treatment facilities. These include outreach and harm reduction service, structured day programmes, housing support services, counselling services and aftercare. Organisations that do this sort of things will often be connected to NHS services in your area.