Merseyside, Cheshire May 5, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Grow Beyond Centre, a leading provider of alcohol addiction treatment, is responding to the latest statistics showing an increase in alcohol-related deaths in the UK. According to a recent article by the BBC, the number of alcohol-related deaths in England and Wales has reached a new high, with over 7,400 people dying from alcohol abuse in 2020.
Mark Dodson, an expert in addiction treatment and a spokesperson for Grow Beyond Centre, said: “These statistics are deeply concerning and highlight the urgent need for effective alcohol addiction treatment. At Grow Beyond Centre, we understand the devastating impact that alcohol addiction can have on individuals and their families, which is why we are dedicated to providing personalised treatment programmes that address the root causes of addiction.”
He added: “We believe that addiction is a complex issue that requires a holistic approach. Our programmes combine evidence-based therapies with personalised care, allowing our clients to overcome their addiction and build a new life in recovery. We are committed to supporting individuals in their journey towards sobriety and helping them grow beyond their addiction.”
Grow Beyond Centre’s treatment programmes are designed to cater to the individual needs of each client. The centre offers a range of therapies, including cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and family therapy. The team of addiction specialists at Grow Beyond Centre are highly trained and experienced in treating all types of addiction, including alcohol addiction.
If you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol addiction, Grow Beyond Centre is here to help. Visit their website at https://www.alcoholrehabcheshire.co.uk or call 0808 129 5518 to speak to a member of their team.
Contact: Mark Dodson Expert in Addiction Treatment Grow Beyond Centre Phone: 0808 129 5518
Grow Beyond Centre
0800 860 6917
17 Raddle Wharf, Ellesmere Port
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