Drinking may have seemed like harmless fun when you first started way back when. It may have even seemed necessary for you to relax and be more socially adept. But now you find yourself in a situation where you cannot control your desire for drink. You find yourself always wanting more.
What’s going on, you ask? You have an alcohol abuse problem requiring professional help. That help is available from Middlegate when you contact us by telephone, e-mail or through this website.
Alcohol rehab in West Sussex is made available through a number of different channels. Our main goal is to be your contact point for treatment regardless of who provides it. We work with a variety of organisations including local support groups and private rehab clinics. We want to put you in touch with the one most likely to help you achieve permanent sobriety.
How We Can Help With Addiction In West Sussex
Our mission at Middlegate is to provide free advice, alcohol assessments, and referrals to those in need. In order to do that, we have to make sure we know who is offering treatment, where the treatment facilities are located, and how much treatment costs. We keep this information up-to-date so that you do not have to search for treatment on your own.
When you contact us, one of our trained counsellors will evaluate your situation based on a conversation with you. That evaluation will consider a number of different factors that determine the seriousness of your problem. Once we know the extent of your particular struggle, we will offer our recommendations for treatment. We will refer you to those treatment providers able to genuinely help.
It is our ultimate goal for everyone who makes contact with Middlegate to be on the way to recovery before that initial contact concludes. To that end, we will listen to everything you have to say and answer all of your questions. We will do whatever we can within the scope of our mission to help you find recovery from alcohol.
Rehab Treatment Options in West Sussex
Residential alcohol rehab in West Sussex is usually the best option for long-term alcoholics who have been at it for a while. Residential rehab provides the perfect environment for recovery, an environment that is difficult to create with outpatient treatment. Residential rehab includes a 4 to 12-week stay at a private clinic along with several months of aftercare following your release.
Outpatient rehab is another option for those who do not fit well with the residential model. Outpatient treatment is offered through the NHS, local charities, and private physicians. It can involve both detox and psychotherapeutic treatments; it usually includes 12-step work with a local alcohol support group.
Needless to say, there are lots of different alcohol rehab options in the West Sussex area. Middlegate is here to help you figure out what is best for you. We are an experienced referral organisation providing free and confidential services throughout England and the UK. We are ready to assist you right now.