Hampshire Rehabs

Addiction Helper Rehab LIVESEARCH shows every Alcohol and Drug Rehab centre in Hampshire and provides a complete overview of each facility including reviews from previous treatment centre residents.

Addiction Detox & Rehab Treatment Centres in Hampshire

At Addiction Helper, we work with the most successful detox and rehab clinics in Hampshire. We know which addictions and conditions they specialise in and what their treatment programme involves. This means that we can find the right residential treatment clinic in Hampshire for you and your particular circumstances.

The detox and rehab centres in the Hampshire area have a reputation for providing the highest level of client care. They treat a wide range of addictions, including addiction to alcohol, drugs, gambling and gaming. They also treat eating disorders, co-dependency and dual diagnosis.

Drug use and treatment in Hampshire

There is evidence to show that almost half of 16-24 year olds in England and Wales have taken some type of illegal drugs. The most commonly used drugs are marijuana (cannabis), cocaine, ecstasy, hallucinogens (such as LSD) and amphetamines. Drug use turns to drug addiction when an individual becomes physically and psychologically dependent on a substance.

An addiction to drugs has physical and physiological consequences, and needs to be treated as early as possible. If you???re worried that someone you know is addicted to any type of drug, it???s time to take action. In Hampshire there are a wide range of effective treatment programmes, including residential treatment in a detox and rehab centre.

Residential treatment offers the individual the best chance of a long-term recovery from drug addiction. The treatment programmes are usually based on the world-renowned 12 step abstinence model and include a supervised detox, individual counselling, group work and educational workshops. The aim of a residential treatment programme is to help clients understand the nature of their addiction. Clients are helped to change their way of thinking and are equipped with effective strategies to cope with a life free of drugs.

Recovery from drug addiction can be a difficult process. As such, after rehabilitation, a programme of aftercare is usually required in order to prevent relapse. This may include attendance of Narcotics Anonymous meetings where those recovering from drug addiction come together to share their experience and provide mutual support.

Are you worried that someone you know is suffering from an addiction to drugs? Contact us on 0800 44 88 688 and our experienced addiction counsellors will find them the most appropriate detox & rehab treatment in the Hampshire area.