Drug Deaths UK

Government Drug Rehabilitation Failing in The UK

Statistics for drug-related deaths in the UK have reached an all-time record high and have been on the rise for over the past decade. The sad fact is that the UK government’s 2010 drug strategy, which severely lacked in drug rehabilitation, has caused thousands of tragic and untimely deaths; illicit opiates being the leading cause…

Xanax Teenage Drug Abuse

Britain’s Teenagers Hooked on Fake Xanax

It has recently come to light that the UK has been flooded with fake Xanax made from high strength Alazopram powder, imported from Japan. This follows the UK’s biggest ever darknet drug seizure by Britain’s police. The distribution of counterfeit Xanax within the UK was dominated by one particular manufacturer in 2016; who dyed the…

Teenage Drug Addiction & Rehab

Spotting The Signs of Teenage Drug Abuse

Are you worried your own teenager may be using drugs? Or perhaps you have a teenage sibling or friend you have concerns for? That being the case, there are several signs to look out for that indicate they could very well have a drug abuse problem or drug addiction and need professional addiction help. If…

Alcohol addiction is seriously affecting children's well being

UK Alcohol Charities Merge in Bid to Tackle England’s Alcohol Crisis

The UK’s leading alcohol charities, Alcohol Research and Alcohol Concern have joined forces to tackle England’s ever-increasing alcohol problem. On the 1st of May 2018, the newly merged alcohol charity released a critical report, highlighting how increasing government cuts to the treatment sector have resulted in loss of qualified staff, rapid and unstable re-tendering cycles…

Cheap Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Is There A Cheap Alcohol Rehab in the UK?

If you or a loved one are in need of a detox from alcohol and alcohol rehab, money is often an issue when it comes to funding quality alcohol treatment. Rehab Today by PCP offers high quality, yet cheap alcohol rehab and detox for those that fall into this category. We have four CQC registered…

Ant McPartlin

Ant McPartlin Quits Alcohol Rehab After Only 4 Weeks

Ant McPartlin, the famous 42-year-old Geordie TV star, has quit alcohol rehab after only 4 weeks of inpatient treatment. Ant recently checked himself into an unknown private clinic, following a drink driving conviction that resulted in a 3-car crash. The Saturday Night Takeaway presenter, one half of the outstandingly successful Ant and Dec duo, was…