Addiction Help in Sidford & Sidmouth
There is no denying that Sidford and Sidmouth area has a drug problem.
East Devon’s Police have launched a campaign to end the scourge of ‘County Lines’, saying vulnerable people exploited by drug gangs are at risk of ‘extreme violence’.
Once caught up in County Lines, exploited individuals are at risk of physical and/or sexual violence, gang recriminations, and trafficking.
We don’t judge. Addiction can victimise anybody from all walks of life or socioeconomic status.
Regardless of who you are, addiction will leave you a broken person.
It will ruin your family relationships, your career, and your life.
Without professional help, you will find it impossible to change.
At Abbeycare, we have the most amazing, toughest, and caring addiction therapists who have dedicated their lives to help you.
We know what you are going through because many of us have been there.
By working with us, we will get your life back!
Do you need Rehab?
When struggling with addiction you’ll be suspicious of anyone talking about rehab.
Here are some pointers that should make you consider rehab:
- If you believe that you don’t need rehab.
- If you think that you need to hit rock bottom before seeking rehab.
- Most addicts believe that they got things under control.
- If you want to quit, yet you continue to give in to your cravings;
- If you go to great lengths like stealing or are willing to take risks of getting caught by authorities to obtain or use drugs;
- If you constantly fail to do your responsibilities at home or work;
- If you are starting to lose interest in the things you used to enjoy; and
- If you are drinking or taking drugs at greater quantities or greater frequency;
You are suffering denial and you need rehab.
Exhibiting any of these problems is a tale-tell sign that you need help.
Regardless if it’s just a mild or moderate addiction, you need rehab because it will get worse without intervention and treatment.
If your problem is already severe, keep in mind the treatment is never too late.
Addiction destroys your Life
Addiction has destroyed the lives of millions across the world and continues to do so.
People struggling with addiction, however, turn a blind eye to this fact.
Addiction will drain your finances.
Alcohol and illegal drugs are expensive and will eat out all your assets if you want to sustain your addiction.
Addiction will destroy your health.
Your health is wealth but drugs and alcohol will wither every part of your physical body including your muscles, organs, skin, and teeth.
Addiction will mess up your mind.
You will think irrationally and will always decide in favour of supporting your drug abuse.
Addiction will change who you are.
You will unconsciously change your personality and behaviour and the people who love you will no longer know who you are.
Addiction will cause you to hurt others.
You will lie, steal, and betray the people you love just to get your kicks.
In the worst cases, you will get violent and physically abuse the people you love.
Addiction may even kill you.
Whether by accidental overdose, by your risky behaviour driven by addiction, or by the gradual deterioration of your body, addiction is a disease that could ultimately cause your death.
Don’t let addiction ruin your life or take your life.
Loneliness in Recovery
People in rehab often suffer from loneliness.
A lack of support system makes you feel alone whilst you struggle.
This makes recovery harder as the loneliness can push you to relapse.
In some cases, you may have a support system but still, feel alone.
You are not the only one feeling this way.
A lot of people undergoing rehab and on the path to recovery feel lonely.
Merely being around people does not equal support.
You need to reach out and connect to people on a deeper level.
You can only achieve this through social interaction.
At Abbeycare, we provide activities and opportunities for you to interact with people.
We will also help you develop the confidence to reach out and open up to others.
At Abbeycare, you are not alone in your battle against your addiction.
If you are ready to take the first step to your recovery, Abbeycare would love to hear from you.
The Importance of Rehab Certification
If you’re ready to seek help, the next step to do is to look for the right rehab that fits your needs.
An important criterion that you should use to evaluate a rehab centre is a certification from the government, a government agency, or a recognised independent body.
The certification helps ensures the quality and integrity of the rehab facility.
It verifies that the rehab clinic adheres to accountability and transparency.
It declares that the rehab clinic provides cost-effective and efficient treatments.
It substantiates the successful service of the rehab clinic.
Abbeycare Clinic is a duly certified rehab clinic by the Care Quality Commission, Care Inspectorate, Scottish Drug Forum (SDF), Alcohol Focus in Scotland, Scottish Recovery Consortium, and Favour UK.
Abbeycare serving Sidford & Sidmouth area
If you live in Sidmouth & Sidford, Abbeycare provides affordable residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation treatments for court-ordered and self-referred clients.
Following your medical assessment, we will develop a customised treatment plan for you.
Our individualised treatment programme includes a medically-supervised detox, an integrated group, and individual therapy and the use of evidence-based approaches like CBT and the 12 step approach.
We provide additional therapy and support for any co-occurring disorders or other special needs.
We also provide holistic healing therapies like Reiki and meditation to achieve physical, mental, and spiritual balance.
We encourage active family involvement in our therapy.
Upon completion, we will provide you an aftercare plan that will help you transition back to society and enjoy lasting sobriety.
For more information, you can call Abbeycare at 01603 513 091.
- Are pets allowed in rehab?
No. We don’t allow you to bring your pets for the health and safety of all residents undergoing treatment.
- What is the difference between drug abuse and drug misuse?
Drug abuse is the use of a medication drug without a proper prescription. The drug is used not for treatment but to get high.
Drug misuse is the use of a medication drug without following proper medical instructions.
For instance, you take more than the required dosage of the drug to experience its effect.
- What if I become unwell while undergoing treatment?
We provide 24-7 monitoring and care especially during the detox stage.
Any emergency issues will be dealt with by our healthcare staff, all are capable of providing emergency services.
We will also assign a key worker who will always be available to you for any kind of support including having someone to talk to.
Serving Sidmouth, Sidford & Surrounding Areas, including:
|Otterton||Newton Poppleford||Tipton St. John|
|Churchgreen||Southleigh||Ottery St. Mary|
How To Book
To book addiction treatment near Sidmouth & Sidford, call our admissions team direct on 01603 513 091, or request a callback, at a convenient time.