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Getting Help - Drug Misuse Helplines

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A serious illness that affect people from all walks of life is drug addiction. Fortunately, there is help. Drug abuse hotlines are a great resource for people who have question about treatment or addiction.

Number of individuals who seek help for their drug and alcohol addiction problem exceeds 2 million every year. Recovery and continuous sobriety are possible for those suffering from addiction.


Helpline Question - Am I Addicted To Drug?

Individual addiction is unique to the person with this sickness. Certain things are usually shared amongst addicts such are:

  • Unable to stop using the drug.
  • keeping the behaviour from loved ones.
  • Experiencing difficulty keeping up sound relationships.
  • Failing to complete duties.
  • Incapable of managing.
  • Doing illegal things to get the drug.

This is not enough signs of drug addicts, there are more of it. Contact 0800 246 1509 today for additional information.


What Is A Drug Abuse Helpline?

A drug helpline is a free number which is made for those people who want information and answers about drug addictions. Whether you're dependent on prescription or non-prescription drugs, you've access to instant free information on treatment program, rehab clinics and support groups from Drug Addiction Helpline experts.

Friends and family may also called and ask about interventions, addiction, rehabilitation and other addiction treatment options. Drug abuse helplines are staffed with knowledgeable and caring individuals who want to help and are generally available 24 hours a day.


All calls are anonymous, and you don't need to provide any information about yourself. Helplines are staffed by supportive personnel. You will not be judged, reprimanded or scolded for drug use.


Take a positive start and call a drug helpline now. You won't regret calling 0800 246 1509 to get assistance for addiction today as long as you live.


Helpline Question - What Are My Treatment Options?

Different types of approaches are used and bring fruitful results in the treatment sessions.

Behaviour change is the first line of treatment recommended for individuals suffering from addiction. In this therapy individuals are educate and learn many types of problem solving skills which helps individual to quite drug.

Efficient addiction treatments often include 12 steps programmes. In order to help struggling addicts, these programs lean on community support and spiritualism.


Motivation incentive therapy uses positive reinforcement and gives rewards to patients who manage to stay clean of drugs.

Medication can help in some cases. Medication can either block the drug's effect on brain or weaken the withdrawal symptoms. Because the drug does not produce wanted effect any more, the patient stops abusing it and starts a life of sobriety.

Alternatively techniques are also available. Acupuncture, meditation and yoga is all-inclusive treatment. Equine therapy, wilderness programs and art therapy are used in selected special cases.


There is no one quick fix solution for drug addiction, methods used varies with individual drug addiction patient. There is a solution for everyone and treatments are designed for every patient. Contact us on 0800 246 1509 to discuss the best substitute drug addiction treatment.


Why You Should Call Helpline

Even if you have tried unsuccessfully in the past you can still get help. Many addicted people are unaware of the problem. A lot of people feel like they can control their drug use, but addiction evolves gradually. Even if you are unsure whether you have an issue, you can still benefit from the facts you will get from a drug abuse helpline.

You may not realise the severity of the problem when you are addicted.

If you think that a family member has become addicted to illegal or prescription drugs, call the hotline and speak to a caring specialist. There are many more options than your think and someone will always take your call, it doesn't matter what time of the day it is. If you are not successful in past that doesn't mean you are not successful in present.

If you are willing to make the call, it's never too late. The information you will receive could save a life and all of your questions will be perfectly answered.


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What Happens When I Call?

A trained employee will give you information on many different matters when you contact a drug abuse helpline. These include:

  • Drug dependency symptoms
  • Treatment options
  • Assistance to family.
  • Inpatient facilities
  • Outpatient facilities
  • Choosing a treatment centre
  • Prevention

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What If I'm Scared To make A Call?

It might seem scary to call a drug abuse helpline. It takes guts to make a call, and it is a first step towards recovery. People talking to you on the phone are specialists who want to help. Offering useful information, treatment alternatives and answers is what they are committed to. They won't judge you.

Addiction is a serious issue which have to control and for this purpose you can call us anytime. In order to assist you, supportive individuals are standby right now. It is not easy to call us but you can do it now. There are no obligations or risks.