Narconon is licensed to use the world renowned “New life detoxification program”

For Doctors, Social workers and Employers: call our External liaison officer on: 01434 512460  ext:160

0800 246 5671

 From outside the UK call: +441434 512460

Half a century of treating addiction.

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        Narconon is licensed to use the world renowned “New life detoxification program”

For nearly half a century Narconon has been helping people from all walks of life overcome addiction problems.

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0800 2465671

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01435 512460

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Best drug and alcohol treatment centre - For you


Everyone one who enters a drug or alcohol rehabilitation centre wants the best treatment available.


But how can you tell which it is the best treatment centre for you and your particular needs?


Trying to find a drug and alcohol clinic with the best approach to resolving addiction problems can be very confusing.


For some it may be there first and last chance to get free from addiction and for others it may be just one in a line of previously failed rehabs.


If you asked 20 different former addicts what is the best drug and alcohol treatment  centre the likelihood is you will get 20 different answers from: hospitalisation, going to prison, 12 steps, holistic, psychotherapy, addiction counselling, cognitive therapy, religion, hypnosis, amino acids, self-help groups, meditation, outpatient, inpatient, and the list go on.

 

When it comes to successful addiction treatment, only one thing is certain: nearly all treatment and any approach will work for some of the people, some of the time. To put it another way, because no two people are the same and degree of dependence among drug users vary, treatment that can provide abstinence for life is like a handmade suit - it's got to be tailor-made for each individual.


The lady or gentleman who uses cocaine three times a week is not as dependent as the thirty year old who  for the past 15 years has drank half a litre of whiskey a and has completed  two alcohol rehabilitations programs in the past and relapsed after both of them.


It's clear that these individuals need different approaches to treatment. Similarly, among crack users there some who use it nearly every night, and others who take it all day and night.  Again, same drug but two different situations, with one being more intense than the other, subsequently  different treatment approaches are required for each case.


Those who do not have a long history of drug addiction may only need some guidance and counselling at an out patient clinic.


On the other hand, those who have had a long history of drug or alcohol addiction, selecting an effective treatment programme typically means that they should enter into a fully residential drug or alcohol treatment programme.


Providing that they have selected the best program that suites their need the experience and 24-hour support available through this type of treatment is likely to be more effective than attending an out-patience or group meetings.


In general, the best treatment for drug and alcohol addiction can range from simple and behavioural to complex and medical.


A long term drug addict or alcoholic may have used the chosen substance for so long that he or she has literally forgotten how to cope with the general stresses of life; how to lead a life without getting high or drunk, : or how to solve the social or psychological problems that prompted the substance abuse in the first place.


In these instances, a very comprehensive and detail approach must be taken if the individual is to expect any degree of successful long tem recovery and minimising the risk of relapsing.


Once abstinence is achieved, for many a relapse can never be dismissed but an individual can take several steps avoid potential relapsing.


Among the general recommendations are belonging to a group as a support system, having a religious involvement, practicing good health habits; including proper diet, sleep, and exercise, as well as goal planning and self enhancement projects.


For Doctors, Social workers and Employers: call our External liaison officer on: 01434 512460  ext:160

0800 246 5671

 From outside the UK call: +441434 512460

Half a century of treating addiction.

Speak to a live counsellor now

 All calls are confidential .

…....................................

We’re here to help!

Email a counsellor

I am half way through the course and I feel brand new. My goal in life  to stay clean, drug free and prosperous and I now know that I can do it."