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Not excepting help

Not excepting help

Not excepting help

No excepting help. Get your loved one help, even if they don’t want it. You could have your loved one in residential rehab within the next 7 days or less. Whether they want help or not. ADUS Healthcare spends all day every day helping families get their loved ones into a residential drug and alcohol detox or rehabilitation programs. Even if they do not want to come in. Call our team on Tel: 07811 606 606 as we can help you.

Get your loved one help, even if they don’t want it. Every day we get calls from families who have just had enough, can’t deal with it any more  don’t know where to turn. We get families who have been torn apart due to a drug or alcohol addiction from a loved one to the point some family members get ill themselves because of it all. It may be the family have lived with the addition of a loved one for many years and have been fighting to get them well again.

Not excepting help – Let us help

Get your loved one help, even if they don’t want it. With our teams help, you will see your loved one in treatment in a matter of days and in some cases hours. Due to the amount of centres we use, we do not have waiting lists so treatment is readily available. No one is able to guarantee the process will be successful. but you may wish to know our success rate among the drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres we use. Now in excess of 85% for long term abstinence from drugs or alcohol.

It is important that families and loved ones engage in the treatment their loved one is being offered. It can really speed up the recovery process for the client.

Get your loved one help, even if they don’t want it. In some cases where the family or a loved one does not engage in the rehabilitation process. It can cause the client not to come in as it is not taken seriously enough. We do find that if the family and friends do get behind the client. To help with what they are trying to achieve, and show an interest, it does encourage the client to seek help much quicker.

If you’re not ready or willing to accept help for addiction treatment at the moment, it’s important to respect your own pace and readiness for change. Recovery is a personal journey, and individuals may have various reasons for not being ready to seek treatment. However, it’s crucial to keep in mind the potential consequences of untreated addiction and the benefits of seeking professional help when you’re ready.

Here are a few suggestions to consider:

  1. Educate yourself: Continue to educate yourself about addiction, its impact, and the available treatment options. Understanding the potential risks and consequences of untreated addiction can help you make an informed decision when you’re ready to seek help.
  2. Reach out to supportive individuals: Identify and confide in supportive friends, family members, or loved ones who can offer understanding and encouragement. Having a support system in place can be beneficial when you’re ready to take the step towards treatment.
  3. Reflect on your motivations: Take the time to reflect on your motivations and reasons for not seeking treatment at the moment. Are there specific barriers or concerns holding you back? Understanding your reservations can help you address them and consider alternative approaches to treatment.
  4. Explore alternative support options: While professional treatment is often recommended for addiction, there are other forms of support you can explore in the meantime. Support groups, online communities, or counselling services can provide guidance, understanding, and a sense of community during your recovery journey.
  5. Prioritise self-care: Focus on self-care activities that promote your overall well-being. Engage in activities that bring you joy, reduce stress, and support your mental and physical health. This can include exercise, hobbies, relaxation techniques, and spending time with loved ones.
  6. Keep an open mind: Allow yourself to remain open to the possibility of seeking help in the future. As you continue to reflect, learn, and grow, your readiness and perspective may change over time. Being open to new possibilities can pave the way for seeking treatment when you feel more prepared.

Remember, addiction is a complex and challenging condition, and seeking professional help is often the most effective way to address it. When you’re ready, reaching out to healthcare professionals, therapists, or addiction specialists can provide you with the necessary guidance and support to navigate the recovery process.

If you know someone who would like help. Or you would just like more information about anything else on this page. Call our team today on Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours).

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