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St Patrick's Day Thursday 17th March 2016
PATIENTS CAN NOW BOOK APPOINTMENTS ONLINE.
No waiting for phones to be answered; queues at Reception. BOOK your appointment ONLINE.
Register at Reception for this service, with your personal email address.
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Do you feel your drinking or drug use is causing problems in your life? Are you addicted to alcohol or drugs?
Contact Addiction NI. You don’t need to go to your doctor first. We have helped many people deal with just the sort of difficulties you are experiencing. At Addiction NI we know how hard it can be to finally face up to having a problem with alcohol or drugs (including prescription drugs). You’ll find our counsellors don’t make judgements.
At Addiction NI, you’ll receive treatment and counselling on an individual basis. You’ll see the same person throughout your period of attendance. Our staff work hard to ensure we can see people as quickly as possible.
Your treatment programme is tailored to meet your own circumstances. Our aim is to give you the professional support you require it’s up to you to decide whether you wish to do what is suggested. You are an active participant in your treatment programme.
Are you worried about someone else’s drinking or drug use? Is it affecting your life?
Contact Addiction NI. We provide support for the family and friends of anyone who is involved in alcohol or drug abuse. We have helped many people deal with just the sort of difficulties you are experiencing.
You may want to talk to a counsellor about how you feel about someone else’s alcohol or drug use, or get further information. We can provide both of these.
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