Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Sussex
At Rehab Recovery, we provide free and confidential advice for people with drug and alcohol addictions in Sussex. We don’t provide treatment ourselves but help countless people to find the right treatment providers in their area.
You simply need to call us on 0800 088 66 86 and we’ll carry out a quick assessment in order to assess your needs. It will help us to determine the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction to ensure that we suggest only the most suitable rehab clinics in Sussex.
We have hundreds of local treatment providers in our database, and so you can feel confident that we can help you access the right treatment to fit your requirements. With our help, you stand an excellent chance of making a full recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
A service based on empathy and compassion
Rehab Recovery is run by people who have battled with their own addictions in the past and have since made full recoveries. As a result, they understand how difficult it can be to take the first step to seek help.
They are empathic and compassionate and completely non-judgemental. When you call us, you can expect to speak to a friendly individual who simply wants to help you.
Many of our volunteers have themselves undergone treatment at drug and alcohol rehab in Sussex and have an excellent knowledge of the various clinics throughout the county.
A wide range of drug and alcohol treatments in Sussex
Rehab Recovery can help you access a variety of drug and alcohol treatments in Sussex. These include residential rehab, outpatient treatment and home-based treatment.
Each has its own advantages, but by far the most popular and effective option is residential treatment. This involves moving into a clinic for the duration of your treatment programme.
There are many residential clinics in Sussex and we can help you to select one that’s suited to your needs as well as your budget. Using our services not only saves you the time of researching various clinics, but it also ensures you avoid those clinics that are unsuitable.
Outpatient treatment involves receiving treatment at a rehab centre in Sussex during the day, but returning home in the evening. This may sound preferable; however, it means that you’re not fully removed from temptation, which means you could relapse during your treatment programme.
To discuss your drug and alcohol rehab options with one of our team, call us on 0800 088 66 86.