A full and sustained recovery is possible with the help of AbstainAbstain is a unique treatment service as we offer to treat you within your own home environment or if you would prefer in our local clinic. Due to some of the possible dangers with stopping drinking Abstain insist on completing a full assessment prior to giving any advice.We will respond to any enquiries within 24 hours and offer a quick assessment and treatment can start as soon as is safely possible. Call 07717884342
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it is dangerous for some people to just stop drinking and can result in significant harm or be life threatening.
Because of this Abstain insists on completing a full assessment prior to offering any advice.
We thoroughly assess you either at your home or at one of our clinics whichever is convenient for you.
A Full and sustained recovery is possible with the help of Abstain Home Detoxification.
It has been said the recovery journey from addiction is a return from far and distant land.
If this is true then the detox part of recovery is the ride to the airport or train station.
The Detox is an integral part of the overall journey; it is a method of moving on from the physical need and allows the patient to stop using alcohol safely and reasonably comfortably.
Aftercare generally refers to the care that is provided after the client has completed the detox.
Many home detox providers do not deliver aftercare as part of the treatment but tend to signpost on to other services or peer support groups.
Abstain are ethically bound to give our clients the best chance at recovery and have included the aftercare programme as part of the treatment journey.
There are two key roles that have to be addressed:
The first is the role of family members can play in helping to keep the client in recovery.
It is about educating the family around the do’s and don’ts of recovery.
This is important in the early recovery period due to the changes in the family dynamic that occur when a person initially stops drinking.
The individual who is in recovery is going through many changes and these changes impact on the family.
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