Rehab Helper provides an invaluable addictions service. Our aim is to find you or someone you know the most effective drug and alcohol addiction treatment. We have an extensive network of detox and rehab clinics around the world, and we work with some of the most experienced addictions counsellors, therapists and psychologists in the field.
Free addiction assessment
The first step in treating addiction is assessing the extent of the problem. You can complete our online drug and alcohol assessment form or you can call us on 02038 115 619. Our telephone counsellors are trained to determine how bad the addiction is. We can then identify the most appropriate form of addiction treatment for you.
Worried about someone else?
If you’re concerned about a friend, a loved one or a colleague, we’re here to help. It’s difficult to get someone else to recognise that they are dependent on alcohol or drugs but we’ll talk to you about our intervention programme. A drug or alcohol intervention is the most loving and successful way of getting an addict into treatment. We also know that dealing with someone who is addicted to drugs or alcohol is stressful and frustrating so we’ll give you all the support you need to get you through this difficult time.
Finding the right residential rehab clinic
If we decide that you or a loved one needs residential help, we’ll source the right clinic. Because of our close relationships with rehab centres in the UK and worldwide, we know which addictions they specialise in and what their treatment involves. We’ll work with the clinic so that they can create a tailored treatment programme. And we’ll even take you (or your loved one) there ourselves. We’re there to hold your hand all the way.
Do remember though that not everyone with drug or alcohol problems needs residential rehab. There are many community-based addiction treatments, such as counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy and support groups.
Recovery after rehab
Once you or a loved one has successfully completed rehabilitation, we’ll arrange a comprehensive programme of aftercare. This is essential to sustain a healthy, long-term recovery from drug or alcohol dependence.
Paying for addiction treatment
Most private insurers cover treatment for alcohol or drug addiction. If you’re not insured, we have a range of payment options.