All information is free of charge and given by qualified staff and experienced professionals in alcohol treatment.
Our free information service is provided by fully qualified medical and counselling personnel with specialist experience in this area. However there are limitations to the effectiveness of this form of advice. The advice given is based on general principles established from our experience. We tailor it to your particular case as stated in the enquiry, but our advisors have not seen the patient and can only advise on the basis of what they are told by email or by telephone, which can lack emphasis, tone or emotion (all of which can help in diagnosing patients seen face to face). Denial can be an issue in cases of substance misuse, and this may be difficult to spot from and email or telephone assessment.
Please see our terms and conditions in relation to alcohol services.
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We act as a treatment provider through a network of specialist independent private residential rehabilitation and detox centres across the World. We do not own any of these treatment centres, but have developed a track record of working with them. We help you select a treatment centre suitable to your needs and budget, supervise your progress and arrange and provide community after-care for you in the UK. We cannot and do not guarantee the quality of medical or counselling treatment in these centres or the health & safety standards in place. Residential treatment is a way to help you deal with substance misuse. It is not a complete cure for addiction or a guarantee that you will be able to stop taking or stay off the substance.
DryOutNow.com acts as a directory providing details of specialist private individual counsellors across the United Kingdom. We can arrange local counsellors who may be suitable to your needs. Counselling is a way to help you deal with substance misuse. It is not a complete cure for addiction or a guarantee that you will be able to stop taking or stay off the substance. See our advice and guidance, consult your GP or local Accident and Emergency Department or consider using our treatment service.