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For somebody addicted to a life-threatening substance or behaviour, the journey to freedom and a healthy, normal life is not as easy as it may appear to an outsider who has never dealt with such a challenging problem.

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Are my concerns legitimate? Is it time to step in?. Signs of addiction may include erratic or irresponsible behaviour, tendency to isolate or maintain unhealthy associations with people, poor eating and sleeping habits and dishonesty. You can help. The key is to help the person suffering from addiction to come to the realisation that they have a problem. For their loved ones, it often means to “stop enabling” their behaviour, otherwise known as letting them face the consequences of their illness. We can help you evaluate the situation.

When does our drinking, using or obsessive behaviour cross the line? Sure signs of an addiction problem include either a sense of guilt about using, irritability towards people or situations that question our using, inability to cut down, or a sense of needing to use to function. If you experience any of these, consider how much more you stand to lose before you get treatment.

Addicted people resist rehab due to the structural and functioning changes in the brain, not defects of character. Patients often realise how bad it is only once they’ve been detoxed. People can be forced in rehab and after being exposed to treatment realise the extent of the problem. It’s only then that they begin to take responsibility for their recovery. A professional intervention requires hours of work with the family before engaging the patient. The role of the family is to have a persuasive conversation with clear boundaries and consequences.

Prices vary depending on the facility and the duration of stay. Your private health insurance will often cover up to 24 days of addiction treatment, as well as 21 days of mental health inpatient care, per year.

We work with most private health insurance and medical aid schemes. We will coordinate your admission and, where possible, arrange pre-authorisation. If you were to opt for a luxury rehab, you would need to complement the cost covered by your health insurance, which we can help coordinate .

If not on private health insurance we can help you find treatment you can afford.

Testimonials

Chris in Pretoria

Your help has been invaluable. You gave me three potential avenues that my daughter would use to try and negotiate / manipulate her way out of treatment. It was amazing the way she said EXACTLY what you thought she would say! I was able to ‘head her off at the pass’ as I knew the […]

Thank you so much for sending all the info through so quickly and for the amazing and supportive response we have had since the first call this morning. It sets a shining example of how my husband will be treated and is the only light I have seen at the end of the tunnel so […]

At first I wondered how your website worked, with the links to overseas facilities.  However, when a family member is faced with the decisions and options to look at what is available, it’s quite daunting to trawl through all the locations on the internet, especially as there are many that you don’t know. To have […]

You guys are amazing!!! Your help has been invaluable. Keep up the good work, there are lots of single parents out there who need people like you, you will never know what your kindness, help, assistance and caring has done in my life and my son Brandon’s life. God’s richest blessings to you and your […]

Dear WeDoRecover. My heartfelt appreciation for the prompt intervention with my cousin’s addiction problem. My family is confident of your skill and compassion for him to recover and rebuild his life. I personally wish to thank you for the warm welcoming manner and most of all the professional addiction advice and guidance that I received […]

I had become so accustomed to being miserable that I thought it was the only way to live.  I felt sorry for myself but never did anything to better my life.  I was drinking to try and rid myself of my sorrows, but really I just felt miserable when I drank.  It was the perfect […]

I never expected to be booked into a treatment centre. I had just sat my finals at Uni and was pretty sure I had done well.  My boyfriend was a fine upstanding member of the community.  I enjoyed a wide social life and felt popular and well liked. The people around me were expressing concern […]

My husband’s drinking problem wasn’t really obvious when we first met, but developed over the years.  He was always able to keep a job and so denied that he had a problem, but eventually things got so bad at home that I had to move out. It was then that he finally agreed to get […]

Thank you for your excellent intervention services this weekend. I’m sure we would never have had the positive results if you had not been involved. In fact I think we would have done a lot of the wrong things and not have had any results at all! You were right about the fact that Susan […]

I would like to thank you for the addiction advice and support you gave me, when I needed it most. I was desperate and had nowhere to turn to! I contacted you and within half an hour you had arranged an assessment the very next day for me. I attended the appointment and realized that […]

How are you? Well I hope, and taking advantage of the rest of your summer! Here its biting cold… Despite this, morale is good. I’m coming near the end of my treatment, and you were in my thoughts. Going back into treatment and giving myself a last chance was the best decision I ever made, […]

“When you’re in the middle of addiction, you never quite realise just what you’re missing. I now have a life and a future. There was no way I could have said that just 3 short months ago. My dad was instrumental in my getting the treatment I needed to get into recovery, he called WeDoRecover.com […]

“As a parent, I was just so scared for my daughter. I found WeDoRecover.com online and they understood my fears and gave me tangible, practical and very real solutions. Together, we found a way to help my daughter get treatment and keep her clean & sober. Not only am I proud of my daughters achievements […]

“Reaching out for help is the hardest thing for most addicts and alcoholics. I was oblivious to just how bad my addiction to drugs and alcohol had become. My mother and wife contacted WeDoRecover.com and arranged for them to assess my needs. It’s was only their skilful and delicate approach that got me to agree […]

“I used to believe it was just me that struggled with my addiction. In reality the harm I caused was tearing my family apart. When WeDoRecover.com was contacted by my family for an intervention everyone came together and my family got a clear understanding of my addiction and what they had to do to get […]

“I used to believe it was just me that struggled with my addiction. In reality the harm I caused was tearing my family apart. When WeDoRecover.com was contacted by my family for an intervention everyone came together and my family got a clear understanding of my addiction and what they had to do to get […]

I have had the pleasure of meeting and working with Gareth when my brother required an intervention for his alcohol & gambling addiction. From the very first interaction I found Gareth to be extremely professional and well organised. From providing preliminary information for us to read through to making himself available at time outside of […]

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Does my loved one have an addiction problem?

Are my concerns legitimate? Is it time to step in?

Signs of addiction may include erratic or irresponsible behaviour, tendency to isolate or maintain unhealthy associations with people, poor eating and sleeping habits and dishonesty.

You can help.

Do I have an addiction problem?

When does our drinking, using or obsessive behaviour cross the line?

Sure signs of an addiction problem include either a sense of guilt about using, irritability towards people or situations that question our using, inability to cut down, or a sense of needing to use to function.

If you experience any of these, consider how much more you stand to lose before you get treatment.

Get help now

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