Helping you Help you.
At Addiction, Detox and Rehab (ADR), we understand what a huge thing it is to decide to seek treatment at a drugs and alcohol rehab facility. Checking yourself in for treatment of addiction is overwhelming and can be frightening.
ADR provides free, sensitive, expert advice to help people throughout the country overcome alcohol/substance misuse and addiction issues via a 24-hour helpline.
Process of Admissions
Admitting yourself to a rehab programme for drug or alcohol addiction can be very overwhelming, both for the clients and for their families. Our supportive and friendly team will guide you through every step of the process to help alleviate any anxiety you may feel about getting assessed and admitted. Below is a step-by-step guide to help you feel prepared for what’s involved:
Get in touch
You, or a loved one, can get in touch with us in whatever way you feel comfortable, by phone, sending a message online, or emailing.
Schedule your rehab
At ADR we carry out a comprehensive assessment of all potential clients, free of charge.
Begin your treatment
Following your assessment, there will be one of two possible outcomes. Ideally, you will be accepted for treatment at ADR and you will choose to continue the process.
Michael left a lasting impression on me with his patience love care compassion knowledge wisdom and understanding and of course his sense of humour. He has kept tabs on me and is also always available for advice support and encouragement.
Michael is probably one of the strongest people I know and has helped me through some of the darkest toughest times of my life … he has always been around for a coffee or been at the end of a phone whatever time of day or night . Given me support and advice both of which has helped me survive .. I trust in him implicitly and am so grateful for his friendship and so proud of the strength of his recovery. ”
Michael has always played a pivotal part of help and support. He has a wealth of knowledge in life and well being. Trust has always been an issue with me but Michael has a way of identifying and that opens the door to let my guard down and open up, in turn helping me progress with my battle against drug addiction. I’ve alway found Michael to be honest and true to his own beliefs and that has always inspired me to practice honestly, open mindedness and the willingness I need. It’s people like Michael that makes the journey towards a clean and healthy lifestyle easier and more meaningful.”
When I was at my rock bottom I felt as if darkness was all around me. I did not want to live, Jane spoke hope into me, and it was like a light came on. She showed me a way back. I'll be eternally grateful. I'm alive today, and I have joy. Thank you Jane!”