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Getting Help - Drug Abuse Helplines

Regaining Restraint

A serious illness that affect people from all walks of life is drug addiction. Fortunately, there is help. Drug abuse helplines are a source of comfort and discreet avenues for asking drug abuse questions.

2 million people get drug and alcohol treatment in private clinics every year, through Drug Abuse Helplines. You can recover from a history of addiction and stay sober.


Helpline Addiction Questions Are Simple And Straightforward

Addiction is not the same for people who have a problem with drugs. Among dependent individuals, certain indicators are common which include:

  • Difficulty to stop taking drug.
  • keeping the behaviour from loved ones.
  • Experiencing difficulty keeping up sound relationships.
  • Ignoring obligations.
  • Having withdrawal signs
  • Use deceitful means to acquire drugs.

These are signs of drug addiction but they are not the only one. For information call on 0800 246 1509 now.


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. 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 service is 24/7, discreet, friendly in approach from trained and experienced experts to handle distressing addiction questions and situations.


All calls are anonymous, and you don't need to provide any information about yourself. Supportive individuals work the helplines. You will not be shamed, lectured or criticised for your drug problem.


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 Treatment Options?

In drug use and dependency treatment, there are many methods proven successful.

The motivation to change is provision addicted individual by behavioural therapy. The user will learn techniques and problem solving skills that can be used to avoid the use of drug in future.

In treating dependent individuals, programs involving 12 Steps are effective. In order to help struggling addicts, these programs lean on community support and spiritualism.


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

In some cases medication is very helpful. Medications either work by alleviating the symptoms of withdrawal or by blocking the effects certain drugs have on the brain. You've the potential to stop taking drugs, the same way you started and stay sober by choice.

Alternatively techniques are also available. Acupuncture, meditation and yoga is all-inclusive treatment. At some centres, art therapy, equine therapy and wilderness programs are also provided.


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.


Should I Call A Helpline?

Help is on the way through helpline despite short delay instances. Not realising that you have a problem is common for many addicts. Drug abuse is a slow humdrum habit, most individuals assume they can efficiently manage. 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.

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

Contact the helpline and talk to a caring treatment support specialist if you suspect a family member has become dependent on prescription or illicit drugs. 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. Even if you didn't make it in the past, you can get help now.

You are not late to dial a number. Everything you ask will be answered and those things that we tell you may save your life.


Ready to Get Help?

CALL US NOW ON 0800 246 1509


What Happens When I Call?

There is always a staff member who is providing information on different topics whenever you call a drug helpline number. Topics include:

  • Symptoms of drug addiction.
  • Treatment alternatives
  • Helping family and friends
  • Inpatient services
  • Outpatient clinics
  • Choosing a treatment centre
  • Prevention

You are not alone. Ring 0800 246 1509 now


Are You Afraid Of Calling?

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. The specialist and expert staff are there to receive your call. Get advice from the staff to choose a suitable treatment program. No one is judging you.

Addiction is a sickness that can be beaten and you are free to call as often as you need. People who'd like to support you are standing by right now to help you/ It may be difficult to make the phone call, but we're sure you are up to it. You'll never regret calling helpline today.