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How to Help an Alcoholic Loved One

Mar 6, 2018 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

Alcohol addiction can affect a whole family or a group of friends. Watching a loved one suffer from alcohol abuse can be frustrating and difficult. If you want to help a loved one get better and start alcohol addiction treatment, read our expert advice on how to offer your help.

 

Do your research

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I Have a Gambling Addiction. What Do I Do?

Feb 5, 2018 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

According to the latest report by the Gambling Commission, about 430,000 people in the UK suffer from a form of gambling addiction. ‘Problem gambling’ is defined as gambling to the point where a person’s friends, family or personal recreations are disrupted or damaged. If you think you have an addiction and may need gambling addiction treatment, read on to learn from our experts at The Providence Projects.

 

Types of gambling addiction

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How much does alcohol rehab cost?

Feb 5, 2018 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

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 your treatment.

Alcohol detox

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How Drug Abuse Affects Relationships

Jan 26, 2018 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

We often hear about the damaging physical effects of drug abuse. But another important factor to consider is the negative effect drug addiction can have on an individual’s social health.  

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3 Signs Someone is Suffering from Drug Abuse

Jan 26, 2018 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

Many people who have an unhealthy relationship with drugs can show various symptoms of their suffering. These signals can vary from person to person. Here we discuss some of the tell-tale signs that someone has a drug addiction and may require professional help.   

 

1. Physical changes

Physical signals of drug addiction may depend on which substance is being used. Common physical signs for many drugs include:

•    Red or glassy eyes
•    Nausea
•    Sweating or shaking

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Binge Drinking: Do I have a drinking problem?

Nov 9, 2017 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

We don’t need to see the statistics to know how binge drinking is reaching epidemic proportions in this country. There are the special occasions which bring people out in their droves, particularly the young, seemingly to drink as much as they can. The newspapers have been full of pictures recently of the after effects of Fresher’s week at Universities throughout the country, followed by Halloween celebrations; no doubt similar pictures will appear around Christmas and New Year’s Eve.

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Drink Driving: Is it acceptable?

Oct 5, 2017 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

Over many years, the government has invested millions in educating the public on the dangers of drink-driving.  There have been a range of powerful and hard-hitting campaigns demonstrating the awful consequences associated with drink driving, however the statistics suggest that this is all having very little impact.

1 in 7 of all road related deaths in 2017 were drink-drive related incidents and the numbers of people involved in drink drive related deaths has not improved since 2010.

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Prescription drug addiction: A growing problem

Sep 21, 2017 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

The number of people seeking help for prescription drug addiction is continuing to grow.  This worrying trend, which we have seen at our residential drug rehab, The Providence Projects, has recently been highlighted by a range of high profile celebrities including Ant McPartlin and Tiger Woods.

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Gambling Addiction: An Epidemic?

Sep 14, 2017 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

Our CEO, Paul Spanjar, has been asked to speak on both BBC radio and television in the last week regarding gambling addiction.  At the Providence Projects, we have experienced huge growth in demand for our gambling addiction treatment with some common themes.  Most commonly the addiction is either on-line gambling or FOBT (Fixed Odds Betting Terminals).  Both of these methods of gambling are incredibly destructive and can result in enormous losses.

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The New Government Drugs Addiction Treatment Strategy: More of The Same?

Sep 1, 2017 By Paul Spanjar 0 comments

The much delayed and anticipated Government drugs strategy was finally released in July and it appears we are in for more of the same.  Gone are the days of being able to access a residential rehab clinic through local authority funding, except for a very small number who have often had to wait for a long time.  

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Why Us:

The Providence Projects has been successfully delivering alcohol and drug rehab for over 20 years. The highly skilled counselling team and a proven and innovative treatment programme combine to ensure that all of our clients have the best possible chance of recovery.

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Steve Spiegel and Dr Turnbull agreed a mission when opening The Providence Projects in 1996 and our mission has remained the same; to provide effective and affordable addiction treatment in order to help men, women and families begin the process of recovery.

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"An unassuming house in the heart of Boscombe where miracles happen. From my initial talk with Paul, the admission process with Jon and my induction with Darryl, I was treated with compassion, empathy and understanding. All the staff had been in the same position as me!...If you are looking for a wealth of experience and knowledge around addiction, a safe environment to turn your life around and a solid foundation for your ongoing recovery you will not be disappointed.”
 
"Today my husband Paul is 1 year clean and sober thanks to The Providence Projects, he has found himself again and is living the life he deserves. " A life beyond his wildest dreams "… He initially signed up for 1 month but soon realised he needed a further 2 months. Paul has been dedicated and followed the advice given to him. He would not be here today if he hadn't been to The Providence Projects. I cannot thank or praise the program and staff enough…”
 
"A very special place, with wonderful staff. 3 years on life is amazing. Thank you so much for everything you all did for me. Alcohol dependant and a chronic gambler the Provi gave me a platform to turn life around and that it has, meaningful relationships, wonderful friends and most importantly peace of mind. You told me good things would happen and they have - and continue to do so. Highly recommended..."