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Drug Addiction: Getting Help

How To Get Help

There's a wide range of addiction services that can help if you have a problem with drug. The facilities are provided by private centres and charities or the services are provided by NHS. You can utilise the service search to discover NHS rehabs in your area.

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. People with drug problems and issues are coming to get help from NHS, as you have the similar title to care.


It's possible for you to stay drug free and get away with the right help and support.


Where To Get Help For Drugs

visiting your GP is a good place to start. 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. They might refer you to your local specialist drug service or to treat you. You're eligible to directly approach most drug treatment services or go through GP referral , whichever way is suits you best to get the outcome you desire.


On the Frank website, you can find information about local drug treatment services.

Contact 0800 246 1509 if you're having trouble finding the right sort of help. You can discuss various alternatives with an adviser.


Your Drugs Keyworker

You will be accessed first if you are seen at your local drug treatment service. If you are considered fit for treatment, you will be given a keyworker. Your keyworker might be a nurse, a doctor or drugs worker. 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. During your treatment, you'll see your keyworker for regular one-to-one sessions.



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Charity And Private Drugs Treatment

There are a lot of private and charity substance abuse rehab organisations that can give provide necessary help that are not a part of the NHS. These voluntary bodies provide numerous community services in addition to providing residential treatment facilities. In this, we include outreach and damage reduction services, tailored programmes, aftercare, and support services in the housing department. These voluntary organisations work in collaboration with the local community NHS services.