Affordable Addiction Treatment Options

illustrationWe recently arranged a full alcohol detox and addictions treatment for a Middle Manager who asked his employer for help.  His employer has agreed to sponsor him and to help him with his illness by paying some of the treatment costs through their company. He has agreed to contribute to the balance of the costs.

We find that when clients are in a financial position to contribute to their own treatment costs, the results are invariably better than it were “something for nothing” … The illness of Addiction is a progressive illness and gets worse – so being motivated to seek help and to accept therapy and medical treatment is essential.

Treatment at home allows clients to continue with their every-day family and personal life – including work.

Addictions UK can work with people 24/7 so it is possible to schedule appointments at the convenience of the client.

For further information on how to reach us telephone 0845 4567 030 or contact us here for more information.

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Addictions UK is a main specialist provider of Home-based addictions treatment  in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland – offering customised services to people with Addictions problems, including Drug and Alcohol addictions and numerous other pathological dependencies.

More information about Home Detox services and a wide range of other therapeutic services can be accessed via our websites or by telephoning 0845 4567 030.  You are just a phone call away from addictions recovery.

This week’s Video
Simon Stephens from Addictions UK speaks on the subject of addiction and shoplifting, on BBC Three Counties Radio