Recognising you might have an addiction can be an intimidating and emotionally upsetting time but understanding that you are not alone is equally as important. Seeking help or advice is the first positive step on your recovery journey.
With personalised programmes to meet your specific needs, Counted4 will support and empower you to overcome addiction, realise your aspirations and start to live again.
Understanding addiction is important for both people suffering from addiction and their friends, family and loved ones. In recognition of this Counted4 supports clients, along with those closest to them, to better understand the nature of addiction, mental health and the treatment options available.
If you answer "yes" to any of these questions then you may have an addiction
- • Has your problematic behaviour ever impacted on your physical or mental health?
- • Has someone close to you ever raised concerns regarding any specifics relating to your behaviours?
- • Has your behaviour ever impacted on your financial situation, employment or social relationships?
- • Have you ever tried to stop but you can’t?
- • Has your behaviour created arguments with your loved one/s?
- • Do you or a loved one want you to stop?
“Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tip toe if you must but take the step” - Naeem Callaway