The coat of arms of the former preserved county of Mid Glamorgan is an interesting symbol combining elements of the past and present. One of the most striking elements is that of two factory workers standing in support of the county shield. The workers are meant to represent the common man and his contributions to the county.
The Mid Glamorgan coat of arms may not mean much to you, but it is an important symbol demonstrating the fact that it is the people and their unity that give strength to the region. However, sometimes that unity is broken by the presence of drugs or alcohol. Such is the case throughout England and Wales, including Mid Glamorgan. Our desire at Middlegate is to help change that.
We do what we do because we are first hand witnesses to the damage drugs and alcohol can do. It ruins families, it ruins workplaces, and it ruins entire communities if ignored for too long. We want to help our communities maintain their strength by helping individuals who need assistance overcoming drug and alcohol problems. We can help you find treatment in Mid Glamorgan if you are willing to take the first step.
Why Do You Need Treatment
It is true that the only way to permanently overcome drug or alcohol abuse is through abstinence. It is also true that abstinence is a personal choice. Nevertheless, getting from the point of being a substance abuser to being willing to make the choice to abstain requires some help. Such is the mission of private rehab clinics and other drug and alcohol treatment providers. It is our mission as well.
Please understand that drugs and alcohol cloud your thinking. They make it very difficult for you to understand what is happening in your life. Our job is to assess your situation before connecting you with a treatment clinic. The treatment clinic staff then have the job of helping you come to terms with your problem so that you can abstain in future.
We pride ourselves in the fact that we are an experienced organisation with access to dozens of drug and alcohol treatments throughout Mid Glamorgan. Furthermore, we have access to treatments suitable for any budget. You do not need to be independently wealthy in order to overcome a drug or alcohol problem. You only need to be willing to accept treatment.
Start Today for a Better Tomorrow
We are often asked how long drug and alcohol treatment takes. The answer depends on your circumstances. You could very well complete treatment in just a few weeks; it may take you up to 12 weeks to finish a residential treatment programme. One thing we do know is that starting today immediately sets you up for a better tomorrow.
Rehab clinics, counsellors and other treatment providers are waiting to help you in Mid Glamorgan. Please call the Middlegate helpline or send us an e-mail right away. The sooner you do, the sooner you will be on your way to recovery.