Residential Detox is a starting point for most people. Before they can engage in any significant treatment for their substance challenges, such as alcohol, heroin, fentanyl, benzodiazepines, etc) they must first get to a point of abstinence from their dependancy.
The best and safest way to achieve this is in a residential detox facility, away from home, where normal patterns and distractions can be avoided.
Most Residential Rehabs (not all) have a detoxification service as part of their rehab process. We can help advise on this and assist you in choosing the most suitable centre for your requirements.
With over 15 years experience, since 2003, we have been visiting and assessing all the centres we work with so we can understand the real experience of being there. So once we know your specific requirements we can get you into the best fit for you and your budget.
You found us all in a very dark place. My family was torn apart and ruined. We struggled to see a light at the end of the tunnel, and all felt truly lost. After battling with my brothers addiction for nearly 10 years, after trying every avenue and failing time and time again, we had hit rock bottom, desperate to help him but finally accepting defeat.
But now after your successful Sober Intervention and residential rehab recommendation we are approaching my brothers one year anniversary. This was something I not only thought was impossible, but has now created the foundation of my new relationship with him.
Thank you for everything you have done for all of us.
We are a completely different family now, a happy one.
Thank you for giving me my brother back.
I live in Luxembourg and I had no clue where to go. I got in touch with Sober Services and spoke to a very friendly voice. I told him I needed to find a rehab immediately and that I had to leave in the next few days, otherwise I knew I would not have the courage to go. Ian said he would help find me a rehab that was best suited for me, and he kept in touch with me each hour to let me know what was happening. That afternoon Ian had found me a place in a rehab in South Africa. From that point on and until I left 4 days later, Ian kept in contact with me, providing me with the emotional support I so desperately needed.
Today I am 8 months clean and my life has completely changed. Today I am finally free to be me, to be a mother, a wife and a friend. I am so grateful for what Ian and Sober Services did for me. Without them, I’m not sure I would be who I am today. I received so much care and support when I needed it the most. So thank you!!!
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