Family led interventions could cure addiction | Totally Living

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Amy Winehouse’s death was a result of the singer drinking far too much alcohol, an inquiry revealed yesterday. The 27-year-old’s untimely death came after years of battling against both alcohol and drug addiction – her death was caused by a disease left untreated for too long.

Winehouse was just one of the thousands of people across the UK who battle with an addiction each day, be it drugs or alcohol, the damaging emotional and physical effects are similar. The difference is how you treat them.

Addiction specialists, Sober Services, have created an intervention programme which could help families and addicts come to terms with their problems in a calm and comforting surrounding, to prepare them for treatment ahead.

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