If you are questioning your relationship with alcohol or drugs, you are not alone. Finding self-help for drug addiction or alcohol addiction can be daunting, but Port of Call are here to help you find an appropriate self-help addiction recovery programme that is right for you. We know how you are feeling, because we have been there ourselves. But know that recovery is possible and we can support you in accessing self-help for addiction today. Simply by being here, you have made the first vital step in terms of reaching out and asking for help.
Determining if you have an alcohol or drug problem
• Has my alcohol or drug use become more frequent?
• Have I increased my alcohol or drug consumption to get the same effect?
• Have I tried to moderate or stop but haven’t succeeded?
• Have my friends and family members commented on my drink or drug use?
• Do I use alcohol or drugs to suppress negative feelings?
• Do I wake up feeling confused, depressed, or remorseful after drinking or using drugs?
• Have I lost interest in friends or interests for alcohol or drug use?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, please contact Port of Call today on 08000029010, so that we can help you and equip you with specialist, non-judgemental, advice. Seeking self-help with alcohol addiction, or self-help for drug addiction, is a crucial step towards recovery. Let us help you help yourself.
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Self-help addiction recovery programmes
There are a multitude of self-help addiction recovery programmes available to help individuals overcome an addiction and achieve long-term, active recovery. AA meetings and group counselling sessions are among the most common methods employed at rehabilitation centres as they work to teach individuals self-empowerment and self-reliance. These meetings are designed to educate and support individuals who are going through addiction, whether that is an alcohol addiction or a drug addiction, in order to minimise the chance of relapse. Alcohol counselling and drug counselling both aim to build and maintain motivation, whilst teaching individuals mechanisms for coping with urges and managing thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
Our free phone line offers individuals a safe place, providing support and information for anyone who is concerned about their relationship with a substance. If you are looking for self-help with your addiction, we can provide confidential guidance and advice. Our network of addiction treatment specialists are on hand to help you navigate the full range of treatment options available, which means we can help you access the right treatment at the right time.
There is a way out
Finding help and support for drug addiction
There are a number of ways to seek self-help for addiction, which may include accessing inpatient or outpatient rehab and counselling. While outpatient treatment programmes give you more freedom to go about daily life whilst living at home, inpatient treatment programmes require individuals to stay at an alcohol or drug rehabilitation facility for the duration of the treatment programme, which can vary between 30, to 60, to 90 days. Outpatient treatment programmes involve daily check-ins, whereby individuals report to a counsellor every day for short, but incremental, sessions.
Detoxification is often part of the rehabilitation process and usually takes place at an inpatient rehab centre. The length of a detox programme can vary depending on a range of factors, including the type of substance you’re addicted to, the length of time you have been addicted to this substance, your age and various other factors. During the detoxification process, you may experience withdrawal symptoms, however this is the first step in achieving sobriety.
For specialist support and further guidance regarding accessing drug or alcohol addiction self-help, contact Port of Call’s addiction specialists today on 08000029010, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You are not alone, so please take that first step towards seeking self-help for addiction and active recovery today.