Below recommended support links have been compiled by Twin Rivers Rehabilitation Centre in Plettenberg Bay-South Africa.
Twin Rivers Rehab Recommended Support Links 2018
RECOMMENDED THERAPISTS/INTERVENTIONISTS/TWIN RIVERS CONSULTANTS
CHRIS SHARPE – ADDICTION THERAPY-TWIN RIVERS CONSULTANT
Mobile: +44 (0)7836 261661
ADRIAN ROOKE – ACCREDITED SPECIALIST IN DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTION, FAMILY THERAPY COUNSELLOR, AND COUNSELLING SUPERVISION
Mobile: +44 (0)7950316218
Recommended Therapists in The Netherlands*
*Intervention & Addiction Information USA*
Drug Rehab Connections is not a specific treatment facility, instead we are an informational website that connects addicts and their families with the help they need to put their lives together. Our goal is to help these individuals and loved ones by providing them with information and support on different addictions and recovery resources available to them.
Drug Dangers is committed to providing information on a range of medications and medical devices that have serious complications. http://www.drugdangers.com/
Consumers assume that ‘over the counter’ drugs and medical devices are tested before hitting the market, but this is not always the case. These products may cause health or addiction disorders https://www.drugwatch.com/health/
Diversified Intervention Group – USA
Non Profit Drug and Alcohol Intervention
Specialists and Sober Companionship
001 (909) 559-9568
*Aftercare & Counselling Services in London UK*
Broadway Lodge -UK – 044(0)1934 812 319
Broadway Lodge is a non-profit making organisation and registered charity providing residential treatment, counselling and support services for alcoholism, drug addiction, eating disorders gambling and co-dependency both to individual sufferers and concerned others.
*Recommended Organisations – South Africa/UK*
Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals – UK
Rehab Grading Council South Africa
*Twelve Step Fellowship Meeting Links*
A twelve-step program is a set of guiding principles (sometimes accepted by members as being ‘spiritual principles’) outlining a course of action for tackling problems including alcoholism, drug addiction and compulsion. Originally proposed by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) as a method of recovery from alcoholism, the original Twelve Steps were first published in the 1939 book Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men Have Recovered from Alcoholism. The method was adapted and became the foundation of other twelve-step programs.
Anorexics & Bulimics Anonymous
Sex Addicts Anonymous
Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous