Rehab 4 Alcoholism offers support for people suffering from alcoholism in Newcastle and the wider North East region of England. If you suffer from an addiction from alcohol, seeking out help is often marred by negative feeling and a general sense of reluctance. You may be putting off seeking help because you feel you might be able to solve your problems alone.
However, studies reveal around 80% of people suffering from alcoholism continue to be addicted to alcohol when professional assistance is not sought. This compares to other figures revealing around 70% of people who do seek treatment manage to remain in recovery for at least twelve months following the completion of treatment.
If you live in Newcastle and you consider yourself a 'problem drinker,' you need to ask yourself whether you wish to be part of the 80% of people who don't seek help and remain addicted to alcohol, or part of the 70% of people who succeed and manage to remain alcohol-free for at least one year.
From a medical and relationship standpoint the choice is simple: by choosing to seek out help for your alcoholism, you avoid critical health problems, relationship breakdown and damaging your career prospects.
If you've suffered from alcoholism for more than six months, it's likely you've already inflicted potentially lasting damage on your health and loving relationships. However, the good news is that help is only a telephone call away.
Thanks to Rehab 4 Alcoholism, you are now able to access affordable yet highly effective alcohol treatment in Newcastle. By seeking our help, you gain information on several suitable treatment centres in Newcastle. Vitally, you do not waste your time by avoiding treatment centres that are unsuited to you or your loved one's specific needs.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism has assisted people in Newcastle suffering from alcoholism for well over a decade. In this times, we've forged strong bonds with several rehabilitation centres in the immediate and surrounding areas. Many of these centres offer state-of-the-art detox and rehabilitation treatments. These treatments are so advanced, people travel from all corners of Europe in order to receive alcoholism treatment here.
Our partner alcohol rehabilitation centres in Newcastle provide a range of modern therapy techniques designed to encourage lasting changes in your life. These changes help you avoid 'triggers' of alcoholism and thus support your long-term recovery goals.
Rehabilitation begins with a medically supervised detoxification. Detoxification runs concurrently with therapy sessions. Therapy sessions employ modern therapy techniques such as psychotherapy, group work, CBT, mindfulness and holistic therapies. Therapies are supervised by a team of qualified therapists and counsellors.
When you enter recovery, it's vital you actively work on your recovery by attending support groups.
Below we list details of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings taking place in Newcastle. Please double check with the venue before you intend to avoid disappointment:
|Location||Venue||Day and time|
|Brunswick Place, Newcastle||Brunswick Methodist Church||Saturday, 10:00|
|Newcastle Rossetti||Rossetti Studio, Leazes Park Rd||Saturday, 19:00|
|Newcastle Rossetti||Rossetti Studio, Leazes Park Rd||Monday, 13:00|
|Newcastle Rossetti||Rossetti Studio, Leazes Park Rd||Monday, 19:00|
|Newcastle Rossetti||Rossetti Studio, Leazes Park Rd||Friday, 13:00|
Please note: the above information is subject to change at short notice.
Call Rehab 4 Alcoholism to on 0800 111 4108 for a confidential assessment and insurance check. Most health insurance is accepted by our partner treatment centres. Call us today to speak to someone who can help. One call can change your life!
We offer rehab placements across the Northumberland region in Alnwick, Ashington, Bedlington, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Blyth, Cramlington, Hexham, Morpeth, Heaton, Jesmond, Sandyford, Walker, Wallsend, Gosforth, South Gosforth and Gateshead.
Below, we list a number of other resources that you may find useful in your search for quality and suitable rehab treatment in the UK: