Port of Call is the North West’s premier addictions specialist, offering bespoke and impartial advice. So, if you live in the Greater Manchester area and are in need of vital addiction support, we can secure your addiction treatment today. Our advisers can talk you through your options. If you would like to find out more about alcohol or drug rehab in Greater Manchester, or further afield, please call for free today on 0161 674 9049. Trust us; you have come to the right place.
Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Greater Manchester
Port of Call’s wide network of addiction treatment specialists means that we can help you to find the full range of addiction treatment options available in the Greater Manchester area. Our addiction support specialists can help you at every step of the recovery process. Whether you are looking for an initial intervention, need help finding drug or alcohol rehab in Manchester, want to secure a place onto an alcohol or drug detox in Manchester, or beyond – we can help. Make us your first Port of Call.
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Local rehab centres in Greater Manchester
Start treating addiction today by finding your nearest drug or alcohol rehab centre in Manchester. Port of Call appreciates that the recovery process can be an emotionally turbulent time, which is why our addiction specialists offer free confidential advice and support to help you on your journey towards active recovery. Find the most appropriate addiction treatment near you in our selection of alcohol and drug rehab centres within the Greater Manchester area below. We can assist you in navigating through the options and can secure you immediate admission into a drug or alcohol rehab clinic in Manchester today.
We’re here to help you to find the most appropriate addiction treatment near you and we have access to all CQC registered clinics in the UK. It’s always worth calling us as some options aren’t necessarily featured on our website.
Alcohol and drug detox in Manchester
We can put you, or a loved one, in contact with a full range of addiction services, including drug and alcohol detox in Manchester and throughout the UK. Designed to treat the immediate physical effects of alcohol or drug withdrawal, by receiving alcohol or drug detox treatment in Manchester, you can receive treatment close to home, giving you the best chance of recovery from an alcohol or drug addiction. We can also help to secure an appropriate drug or alcohol detoxification treatment programme near to Manchester, or farther afield, helping you to access a withdrawal treatment programme, safely and discreetly. Our free and confidential telephone assessments can guide you or a loved one, towards the most appropriate course of withdrawal treatment.
Kim’s alcohol recovery at Port of Call
When Kim, 32 first contacted Port of Call, she was convinced that she would not be able to complete a rehab programme. Her relationship with alcohol had gotten out of hand, to the point where she felt as if she couldn’t stay away from a bottle, even for a day. She didn’t see the warning signs at first, but she could see how concerned her loved ones were becoming. “After talking to Port of Call, I realised how out of touch with myself I had become,” she says. “Port of Call was very supportive and completely transparent with me. They explained the whole process of admission into rehab and guided me through the treatment options close that were close to home and my loved ones. I’m forever grateful that I was able to access alcohol rehab treatment in Greater Manchester, as it meant that I was able to get my relationship with alcohol back on track, whilst still being able to see my friends and family, without it being an inconvenience,” says Kim.
The right rehab option for you?
Port of Call understands that seeking help for addiction and the very prospect of rehabilitation can be a daunting prospect. This is simply because we’ve been through it ourselves. We have reached recovery and you can too. Talk to our experienced addiction advisers today for a free and confidential assessment on 0161 674 9049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further advice.
AA meetings in Greater Manchester
Port of Call believes that receiving treatment at a facility for drug or alcohol rehab in Manchester is an excellent route to active recovery. Attending alcohol or drug rehab in Greater Manchester, or further afield, is an achievement in itself and is something that Port of Call encourages in order to enter long-term, active, recovery. However, upon completing rehab treatment, it is vital to have an aftercare plan in place to ensure that you can continue to successfully manage your addiction and remain in active recovery.
As part of a full recovery programme, Port of Call highly recommends attending regular support group meetings within the Greater Manchester area in order to increase the chances of achieving this long-term recovery. By choosing alcohol or drug rehab centres in Greater Manchester, you can hope to benefit from specialist addiction help throughout your programme, as well as ongoing support from family and friends that live close by.
Greater Manchester is well served with Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, many of which often last between 1 hour and 90 minutes. There are a variety of meetings to choose from, held on most days of the week. AA is free to attend and is ideal for anyone looking for support in staying free from addiction. AA is does not provide alcohol or drug detox in Greater Manchester, or professional addiction treatment; it is purely a peer support service for fellow alcoholics.
Room 16, Central Hall
Mondays at 12pm
Manchester Miles Platting
Mondays at 8pm
Ancoats Trinity Methodist Church
Tuesdays at 10.30am
Manchester Fallowfield Step
Wednesdays at 7.30pm
Worsley Walkden Gateway to Freedom
Wednesdays at 7.30pm
The Nook, Nexus Art Cafe
Thursdays at 5.30pm
1st Manchester: Courage to Change
Fridays at 1pm
Manchester: Live & Let Live
Fridays at 7.15pm
The Nook, Nexus Art Cafe
Saturdays at 5pm
Manchester The Others of AA
Sundays at 4pm
Sundays at 4pm
Disclaimer: All times and venues were accurate at the point of publication. For a full list of meetings and address details, please check http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk.