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Drug Addiction: Getting Help

How To Get Help

If you or your loved ones are addicted to drugs, then there are different centres and services available to help. The facilities are provided by private centres and charities or the services are provided by NHS. You can find the nearest NHS drug addiction support services using the service search.

You have so many choices which you can discover help that works for you, this manual helps you for getting medication for drugs problem. People with drug problems and issues are coming to get help from NHS, as you have the similar title to care.


It's possible for you to stay drug free and get away with the right help and support.


Where To Get Help For Drugs

Your GP is the starting point to pay a visit. You've the opportunity to share and discuss the nature of addiction challenge with the GP to get help for the right treatment. The GP could administer the treatment or refer you to drug facility with professional equipment. Most of the rehabs accept self-referrals, so if you don't want to discuss your problems with your GP, you can probably get admitted to a rehab centre in your area directly.


Get further information on local drug treatment programs and services from Frank website.

Call on 0800 246 1509 if you have any problem while finding any right centre. Some of our advisers can speak to you about different ways of help we can provide you with.


Your Treatment Connection

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. Nurses, doctors or drug workers called as Key Workers. Your keyworker will be your first point of call throughout your treatment, they will develop a personalised care plan with you and help you organise the treatment you need. You'll see each other for a regular individual sessions while you're getting treatment.



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Charity And Private Drugs Treatment

There are a lot of private and charity substance abuse rehab organisations that can give provide necessary help that are not a part of the NHS. Voluntary organisation provide not only residential rehab centres, they also provide many different community services. In this, we include outreach and damage reduction services, tailored programmes, aftercare, and support services in the housing department. Local NHS services are in most cases connected with these organisations.