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Addiction Support Page

Whether you know someone who has an addiction or you need help with your addiction, it’s important to know that help is out there. Before we supply you with useful links we would just like to remind you of a few things below.

1. The fact that you have clicked on this page is a step in the right direction

2. There are many organisations that can provide advice and support

3. If you feel uncomfortable talking to a stranger or charity, tell a friend, relative or someone that you can trust. Many organisations have facilities on their website that you can use to talk to someone online if you prefer not to speak on the phone

4. Recovery is a long journey. Don’t feel disheartened if you relapse

5. You are not alone

It's possible to buy Zolpidem and Zopiclone, also known as “Z-drugs,” from us. They can be extremely addictive, and it’s possible to form an addiction to these drugs in less than two weeks. They are usually prescribed for short-term use to treat a sleeping problem, but have the potential to be abused. If you are struggling with an addiction to any Z-Drugs, you can suffer extreme withdrawal symptoms if you try to detoxify by yourself - for example, being unable to sleep without the drugs, cravings, irritability, nervousness and even seizures. If you’re struggling with an addiction to Z-Drugs, the services listed below will be able to help you.


Our support team: Email: support@instantecare.co.uk Tel: + 44 2920 488 127

Drug Addiction:

Talk to Frank - England based offers live chat, text, and a 24-hour helpline.
DAN 24/7 - Wales 24/7 freephone helpline
NHS services - find support near you
DrugScience - For more information regarding addiction
Northern Ireland: Drug and Alcohol directories of services
SDF: Scottish drugs services directory

Alcohol Addiction:

Alcohol Concern - Local services directory
Smoking Addiction: QUIT – Help with giving up smoking.

Family Support:

Adfam: Access family support regarding drug and alcohol addiction in your area
Famanon- Families Anonymous COAP (Children of Addicted Parents and People)
Mental Health: Mind - Mental health support regarding addiction.