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Getting Help - Drug Misuse Helplines

Finding Recovery

A serious illness that affect people from all walks of life is drug addiction. Fortunately, there is help. A great resource for people that have questions about dependency and potential rehab are drug addiction helplines.

Every year, at private centres, more than 2 million addicts ask for substance abuse rehab. People living with addiction can remain sober and recover.


Helpline Question - Am I Addicted To Drug?

For every individual dealing with this illness, addiction is quite different. Among dependent individuals, certain indicators are common which include:

  • Failure to quit frequent drug use.
  • keeping the behaviour from loved ones.
  • Unable to maintain lasting relationships.
  • Ignoring obligations.
  • Incapable of managing.
  • Use deceitful means to acquire drugs.

Drug addiction shows in many ways including the above most notable common signs. Contact 0800 246 1509 today for additional information.


What Is A Drug Abuse Helpline?

Usually, a number that you can call for free that has been set with a particular goal of giving out information related to dependency is called a drug abuse helpline. Drug addicts may call the phone number and receive any information on recovery centres, behaviours, and other drug related topics.

Friends and family may also called and ask about interventions, addiction, rehabilitation and other addiction treatment options. Drug abuse helplines service is 24/7, discreet, friendly in approach from trained and experienced experts to handle distressing addiction questions and situations.


Your don't need to provide personal information on the call. Hotlines are staffed by very supportive workers. You will not be judged, reprimanded or scolded for drug use.


A positive step towards recovery is calling a helpline. Calling 0800 246 1509 to take your life back from addiction today is one of the first step you have to take now.


Helpline Questions - What Are My Rehab Options?

In the treatment of drug abuse and addiction, many approaches have ever been successful.

The therapy which motivates people to change their life is called Behavioural Therapy. Addicts will be taught techniques that can help them evade future drug abuse, as well as great problem solving methods.

This program has 12 steps which are very productive in recovery. They rely on support of your environment and religious and spiritual beliefs to treat drug addicts.


Positive reinforcements and prizes are used in motivational incentive rehab programmes to motivate former addicts to stay sober.

In some situations, medication can be helpful. Medications operate either by relieving withdrawal side effects or by stopping the effects some substances have on the brain. At the certain time the drug doesn't give the pleasure to the addicts so patients stops utilizing it and become sober again.

Substitute treatment approach also helps. Holistic therapies include acupuncture, yoga and meditation. Some facilities also offer wilderness therapy, art programmes and equine therapy.


There are many causes of drug addiction and a variety of approaches may be needed to treat the ailing individual with drug addiction. Specific addiction cases require tailor made programs which suit particular patient needs. Contact us on 0800 246 1509 to discuss the best substitute drug addiction treatment.


Should I Call A Hotline?

If you are not successful in past that doesn't mean you are not successful in present. Not realising that you have a problem is common for many addicts. A lot of people feel like they can control their drug use, but addiction evolves gradually. You can gain a lot from the information which is given to you by a drug abuse hotline, even if you're not sure if you have an addiction problem.

May be you are a addict or you didn't know about the seriousness of your problem.

Contact the helpline if you think a loved one has become addicted to illegal or prescription drugs and talk to a caring treatment support expert. Someone is always available to take your call any time of the day because there are many options we have for you than you think. Don't allow past failures stand on the way of your treatment.

Making the call is always a good step. The information you get might save someone's life and there is an answer for your every question.


Ready to Get Help?

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What Happens When I Call?

Call and talk to trained member of staff on drug abuse helpline to get information on addiction topic of interest. These include:

  • Symptoms of drug addiction
  • Alternative Therapies.
  • Assistance to family.
  • Inpatient clinics
  • Outpatient clinics
  • Choosing a rehabilitation centre
  • Prevention

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Are You Afraid Of Calling?

It may seem overwhelming making the call to a drug abuse helpline. Picking up the phone is the first step towards healing but it requires courage. Specialist who want to help is what the helpline is staffed with. Get advice from the staff to choose a suitable treatment program. They won't judge you.

Don't hesitate to call and ask questions that lead to taking the right step towards addiction treatment programs. Concerned staff are ready to help and assist you. You can do it because it may seems difficult to make the telephone call. There are no obligations or risks.