Gladstones Clinics private treatment for addiction and associated disorders in Bath.
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Gladstones’ proudly run have three clinics for addiction treatment and recovery: one in Notting Hill, London; one in Cambridge, Gloucestershire; and one in central Bristol. Our facilities all adhere to the exact same non-12-step concept and treatment plan.
We believe that addiction is only a symptom of a more fundamental, unsolved problem. The best chance of breaking the cycle of addiction is to address the underlying cause of the issue and heal the pain.
If you are living in Bath and need help with one of the issues above call Freephone 0808 258 2350 for a confidential chat or email firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the most commonly abused substances in the world is alcohol. This is largely because it is one of the few legally available, socially acceptable drugs that can affect mood and cognition. Because of this, it can be challenging to tell when someone has a problem with alcohol. Alcohol misuse or drinking issues can be readily concealed or ignored. Alcohol consumption disorder is progressive in nature. This indicates that it worsens with time and may quickly become unmanageable.
Drug addiction is a complicated, long-lasting illness. Drug addicts, whether they use prescription or illicit substances, may feel powerless to change their activities or behaviour. When they stop using these substances, they could develop physical cravings or symptoms. They may have made attempts to stop, perhaps even more than once, but they just can’t seem to succeed.
We provide medically assisted treatment as part of our drug addiction treatment programme so that you can safely stop using the drugs you consume. Although it can’t heal you, medication can keep you safe and lessen your withdrawal suffering. Additionally, we offer specialised inpatient and outpatient programmes with lots of chances for individual, group, and family treatment.
Bath is a city in the Bath and North East Somerset unitary area in the county of Somerset, England, known for and named after its Roman-built baths. In 2022, the population was 108,326. Bath is in the valley of the River Avon, 97 miles west of London and 11 miles southeast of Bristol.Wikipedia
We are able to support you or a loved one if you are suffering from any Drug and Alcohol problems. Call Freephone 0808 258 2350 for a confidential chat or email email@example.com .