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What do I do if I suspect my child of using cocaine?

If you have a child that you suspect is using cocaine, it is important to talk to them about it. If they are not willing to talk about it with you, then you should show your support and encourage them to seek help for their addiction. This is espe...

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Is Cocaine physically addictive?

Yes, cocaine is physically addictive. It causes a lot of the same physical and psychological problems that other drugs do.

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What can I Bring to Rehab?

Clothing that is comfortable, appropriate, and modest Comfortable shoes Toiletries Books, journals, and appropriate magazines Pictures of your family Medications in original bottle

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Should I attend drug or alcohol rehab in Hampshire?

Whilst receiving treatment close to home may feel like the safe option, our rehab programmes are highly recommended: The CQC, who are tasked with rating care facilities in the UK, has consistently given the Providence Projects a good rating (Provi...

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How much does rehab cost in West Sussex?

Our drug and alcohol rehab programmes cost £5,995 for 4 weeks including detox and an additional £995 per week if you wish to stay longer. (Cost of Rehab | Drug & Alcohol Rehab Prices | Providence Project)

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Should I attend drug or alcohol rehab in West Sussex?

Many clients have tried attending rehabs in areas close to where they live, and although there are credible facilities in [AREA] our clients have found being removed from their environment more beneficial. Read their success stories here (Rehab Re...

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Do you treat other types of addiction?

Yes, we are able to provide a comprehensive gambling rehab programme. Our treatment model is structured around each person’s individual addiction needs and can also address co-occurring mental health issues.

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Should I attend drug or alcohol rehab in East Sussex?

Whilst there are many great rehab centres in East Sussex, removing yourself from the familiar to receive treatment is recommended. Our CQC rating (Providence Project - 6 Good) and success stories (Rehab Reviews UK | Rehab Success Stories) from cli...

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What Can I Bring to Rehab?

Since rehab is so intensive, we recommend only packing comfortable appropriate clothes, shoes and pyjamas. A single bag should suffice. Also, cell phones and laptops are allowed.

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Should I attend drug or alcohol rehab in Cambridgeshire?

Whilst every local area in the UK has some form of drug and alcohol treatment support available, choosing to initiate your treatment based on the proximity to your home in [AREA] is not recommended. A good treatment fit should include factors like...

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How much does rehab cost in Buckinghamshire?

Our drug and alcohol rehab programmes cost£5,995 for 4 weeks including detox and an additional £995 per week if you wish to stay longer. (Cost of Rehab | Drug & Alcohol Rehab Prices | Providence Project)

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What Can I Bring to Rehab?

Packing for rehab is similar to how you would pack for a holiday, ensure that the clothing you bring is comfortable. You are welcome to bring your phone or laptop with you.

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Should I attend drug or alcohol rehab in Buckinghamshire?

There is an overwhelming amount of facilities that offer treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, however, we don’t recommend choosing a place too close to home, rather look at the overall offerings available and follow criteria such as: Affordab...

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How can you help an alcoholic?

Alcoholism is a term used to describe someone who has both a physical and psychological dependence on alcohol. It is called an ‘Alcohol Use Disorder.’ An Alcohol Use Disorder can range from mild to severe. Those that suffer may have problems contr...

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How does CBT help addiction?

What is CBT? Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (known as CBT) is a particular type of psychotherapy that helps us to understand how our thoughts and actions can affect everyday life, and the way that we feel. CBT describes that the way in which we think...

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What happens in intervention?

'So many of the calls we receive at The Providence Project are from distraught family members who are not only watching their loved one self-destruct, but are also struggling to cope living with the nightmare of addiction or alcoholism. As a frien...

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Alcohol and depression – which comes first?

Alcoholism and depression are two things that are often spoken about together, linked in many stories of addiction and seem to go hand in hand. Most are unsure whether the alcohol led to the depression, or the depression led to the over-consumptio...

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Does drug rehab work?

Scientific research since the mid 1970’s shows that absolutely, drug rehab works. Drug rehab treatment helps patients to stop taking drugs, avoid relapse and recover successfully through the use of both tried and tested formula as well as dynamic ...

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What is alcoholics anonymous?

Alcoholics Anonymous is a ‘fellowship’ of men and women who meet regularly and share their experience strength and hope in order that they solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. You do not have to pay for any type o...

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How does alcohol rehab work?

With professional care and a positive attitude, alcohol rehab can help successful addiction recovery. But how does it work? Read on to learn how our alcohol rehab process works at The Providence Projects private rehab in Bournemouth. Assessment At...

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What is alcohol abuse?

What is alcohol abuse? Just as with any drug, people ask, "what is alcohol abuse?" It can be difficult to tell the difference between social drinking, moderate drinking and alcohol abuse, but the alcohol abuse definition comes down to one key poin...

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How much does alcohol rehab cost?

At The Providence Projects, we are often asked ‘how much does alcohol rehab cost’? This is an important question when seeking alcohol addiction treatment. Here we explain the different factors involved and how you can find a finical estimate for y...

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Where can I find drug rehab?

It was not that long ago that people seeking help with problems of drug or alcohol addiction could access a variety of available services funded by local authorities or the NHS. The needs of the addict would be assessed and a number of different o...

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Why is cocaine addictive?

Cocaine is considered to be the second most addictive substance in the world. But what is it that makes cocaine so addictive? Read on to learn how cocaine addiction is caused and how it can be treated at private UK rehab, The Providence Projects. ...

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How to help a drug addict

Helping You Understand So many families are faced with the nightmare that their loved one is developing a drug addiction. Families are often faced with lies, deceit and denial and simply do not know how to react. Should we get angry? Should we fee...

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How long will I need to be in treatment for?

This is agreed on an individual basis. The Providence Projects offer flexible treatment programmes ranging from 4 weeks to 6 months. In our experience any drug or alcohol treatment less than 4 weeks is unlikely to be successful.

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