AnorMed is an expert advisory and referral service for individuals that are currently struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction or helping those who get their loved ones battling addiction into rehabilitation centres across the United Kingdom.
No matter what addiction, our rehab support helpline will be able to guide you on the best options for treatment to get you on the road to recovery today.
By using our free 24/7 callback service, our trained support team can help successfully find you the ideal rehab centre.
We do not judge. Addiction can happen to anyone from any walks of life, we are always here to help you.
Through our years in the industry, we have access to over 100+ rehab centres across the United Kingdom.
We’ve helped many people start their road to recovery and many have took back their life or changed for the better.
Are you looking to learn more about how AnorMed can help you find the ideal rehabilitation treatment to heal your drug or alcohol addiction? We’ve created this section to answer the most frequently asked questions we get so you can know a bit more.
If there are any questions or queries you may have, contact our rehab support team today.
Addiction is a massive struggle to overcome. If you've been struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction for an extended period of time you might have discovered that every aspect of your life has either fallen apart or is falling apart in front of your eyes whether that'd be your physical health, or finances or relationships - admitting you've got a problem is the first step on your road to recovery. Rehabilitation is the most effective way in treating addiction, you can successfully detox the substance from your body by medical professionals and undergo therapy. Addiction will not go away overnight and for it to work you must want to change your life.
It is hard to give an exact answer on how long rehab will take for you as there is no set period of time that can treat addiction as the length will vary depending on the individual.
There are many aspects that we need to take into consideration such as how long the person has been taking drugs or drinking alcohol, the severity of their addiction, how much they consume on a daily basis and many more. The average time that someone will spend in rehab is from 1 to 3 months but many people will seek out support long after they leave to help keep up their sobriety.