Please accept our gratitude for helping my family, most importantly of all for helping my sister."
Here at Alcohol Rescue, we understand how important it is to get help for addiction as soon as possible. We also know that many individuals simply cannot see the truth of their situations. They are unable to see themselves as addicts because, in their eyes, they do not fit the profile of what they believe an addict is.
They may have an opinion of what an addict looks like or how an addict behaves, and because they themselves are still functioning well, they are under the impression that there is no problem. Some affected persons will feel that their loved ones are overreacting when these individuals express concerns about their drinking or drug-taking.
If you are worried about your behaviour, or if your loved ones have told you they are concerned about your drinking habits, then we would urge you to call us today for a free assessment. We have a team of professional counsellors and therapists ready to provide you with a free evaluation of your current situation.
This free service will either put your mind at ease or confirm your fears. As soon as you have been given a comprehensive assessment, you will have a better understanding of your situation and will be in a better position in terms of deciding how to move forward regarding treatment options.
The staff at Alcohol Rescue are compassionate and caring, and many of them have been through recovery journeys of their own. They understand what you are going through and know first-hand that it is possible to overcome any addiction.
Alcohol Rescue is an independent organisation helping people to recognise their problems and get the help they need; we want to help you too. All you have to do is call us today for your free, comprehensive assessment.
Daniel’s guidance, professional and very heartfelt approach gave us the confidence and determination to go through with it."
- Free advice from a trained alcohol counsellor
- Access the best treatments in the UK and around the world
- Care for the alcoholic AND their family