Drug Addiction Getting Help getting-help

How To Get Needed Assistance

Times have changed and a variety of improved services for drug addiction are available if seek assistance. Some expert drug centres operate under private institutions and charities, while others are funded by the NHS. You can find the nearest NHS drug addiction support services using the service search.

You can go find help that works for you and the guide to get treatment for a drug problem will steer you through the options. You have the same right to treatment as anybody that comes to NHS for any other health issue if you have a drug dependency.


You can free and back to your normal life with the correct and concerned help and support.


Where To Get Help For Drugs

visiting your GP is a good place to start. Your GP can help you choose the most appropriate treatment by discussing your concerns with you and accessing the nature of your problems. The GP could administer the treatment or refer you to drug facility with professional equipment. 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 look for information about local drug rehab services.

Contact 0800 772 3971 if you're having trouble finding the right sort of help. Some of our advisers can speak to you about different ways of help we can provide you with.


Your Drugs Keyworker

You will be accessed first if you are seen at your local drug treatment service. If you need treatment you will be assigned a keyworker. He can be a doctor, drugs worker or a nurse. 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. Throughout your treatment, you will see your keyworker for repeated one on one meetings.



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Charity And Private Drugs Treatment

Drug treatment is available through NHS and voluntary private drug and alcohol treatment organisations are on hand to assist. While providing residential drug treatment facilities, charity organisations help with different community services. Outreach and damage reduction services, advisory services, organised daily schedules, aftercare and accommodation support services are all included. Organisations that do this sort of things will often be connected to NHS services in your area.