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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 find the nearest NHS drug addiction support services using the service search.

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 entitlement to care as anyone coming to the NHS for help with any other health problem if you have a problem with drugs.

You can lead a life without drug and stay clean if you get the proper assistance 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. The GP could administer the treatment or refer you to drug facility with professional equipment. 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.

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

Call 0800 772 3971 for information to get efficient and quick service for suitable help. Take help about different choices from our counsellor.

Your Drugs Keyworker

Treatment program referral works fast when evaluation is done at the local drug treatment service. If you need treatment you will be assigned a keyworker. Your keyworker might be a nurse, a doctor or drugs worker. Your keyworker will be the first person you always call during your treatment and they will assist you in organising the appropriate treatment and creating a customised care schedule with you. You're see the keyworker during on one to one treatment 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. Local NHS services are in most cases connected with these organisations.