Alcohol rehab and drug rehab in East Yorkshire
Substance abuse and addiction is on the rise in East Yorkshire. Fortunately, professional help is readily available to those looking to change their lives and achieve long term sobriety.
If you, or a loved one, in Beverley, Flamborough, Goole, or any other part of East Yorkshire is battling with addiction, you can make a full recovery easily through a private rehab like ours. In private rehab, your addiction will be carefully evaluated, after which an individualised course of treatment will be offered to help you make a full recovery. This treatment will effectively care for all aspects of your addiction, and minimise your chances of suffering a relapse.
Seeking addiction treatment in a private rehab is better and safer than trying to beat your addiction on your own. This is because the withdrawal symptoms that occur when trying to quit an addiction can be unpredictable, as well as dangerous, if not properly cared for. At a private rehab, you will be provided round the clock care during a medical detox to ensure withdrawal symptoms are significantly minimised, and that there are no mental or physical health complications during your recovery.
Services Offered by Oasis Runcorn
Oasis Rehab is a leading and fully equipped addiction treatment facility in Runcorn. We offer a variety of excellent detox, rehab, and support services. Some of the addictions we specialise in treating include Alcohol Addiction, Benzodiazepine Addiction, Cannabis Addiction, Cocaine Addiction, Codeine Addiction, and addiction to illegal drugs.
Oasis Bradford is our leading alcohol and drug addiction clinic in Yorkshire which excels in detoxification of clients with any drug/substance addiction
By seeking addiction treatment at our professional facility, you can expect the following benefits:
- Personalised Drug and Alcohol addiction treatment
- 1 year free aftercare
- 24/7 professional care and service
- A safe, secure and quality assured environment for you to recover in
- Care from experienced staff
- Convenience and comfort
- Immediate admission
Oasis Rehab is about 119 miles from East Yorkshire It is a two hour drive via the M62, going through Pontefract, Huddersfield, Manchester, and Warrington. For your convenience, we can provide a sober transport service to and from our facility, to your home in East Yorkshire.
Oasis Bradford on the other hand is only 50 miles away and an approx 1hr drive
Call us today to begin your addiction treatment.
Pros of private rehab
Private rehab comes with many advantages over other treatment routes and options such as the NHS, charities and free community programmes.
These advantages include:
- Around-the-clock Speedy admission in cases of emergency
- Quick access to health professionals and therapists
- Detoxification and rehabilitation with 24/7 care and support
- Personalised treatment programmes
- Arrangement for family support and therapy
- Flexible treatment options, which include inpatient and outpatient care
- 1 yr free aftercare programmes
- Integration of other therapeutic activities – such as music and art therapy
Cons of private rehab
Cost – which should be weighed up against long-term health deterioration and financial oblivion
How Much Does Rehab Cost in East Yorkshire?
The cost of rehab in East Yorkshire varies based on a variety of factors. For example, rehabs located on the coast or countryside, or other scenic locations, tend to cost more. Another factor that will influence the cost of rehab is the duration of your treatment. The longer your stay in rehab to treat a severe addiction, the more this rehab will likely cost.
Oasis Runcorn has a range of cost effective treatment options making it the most outstanding value for money 100% CQC rated alcohol and drug detox and rehab clinic in the UK.
Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in East Yorkshire
Regardless of if you live in Driffield, Pocklington, or any other part of East Yorkshire, you can take advantage of free/NHS addiction treatment options to help you beat addiction. This is a feasible option for anyone that’s unable to afford private rehab.
NHS addiction treatment is completely free of charge, and accessible within your local community. You can receive this treatment through a referral from your GP, or a self-referral, in certain cases. But, at the end of the day, the quality of treatment you will receive is often determined by the NHS.
Also, bear in mind that NHS addiction treatment, unfortunately, has a waiting list, which means you might not be able to get the treatment you need as quickly as you want it. The length of the waiting list is often dependent on how many people in your area are requesting for NHS addiction treatment at that time.
NHS addiction treatment options typically include:
- Local Drug and Alcohol Services
- Local Mental Health Team
Addiction Support Groups in East Yorkshire
Whether located in Bridlington, Hornsea, or anywhere else in or near East Yorkshire, you can easily find an addiction support group nearby. The right addiction support group can provide therapy and other forms of support to help you achieve long lasting sobriety.
Easily accessible addiction support groups around East Yorkshire include:
East Riding Family Support Service provides support to the families and carers of addicts
York Carers Centre offers support services to families and carers affected by substance misuse
Forward Leeds is a one stop service for adults and youth in Leeds. who need support with alcohol and/or drug misuse
NA meetings in/near East Yorkshire
Local NA Meetings
Holderness Road Methodist Church,
327-329 Holderness Road, Hull
Saturdays at 10:30 am
Clean Bees, Just For Today
Holderness Road Methodist Church, 327-329 Holderness Road, Hull, Humberside
Sundays at 1:30 pm
We do recover
Group room 2, CGL (Change Grow Live),
189-195 High Street, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
Wednesdays at 12:30 pm
Living the Programme
The Brickworks, 22-23 Story Street, Hull, Humberside
Mondays at 7:30 pm
We do recover
Mind Centre, Fenton Street, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
Mondays at 7:30 pm
‘I can’t, we can’
Renew @ Trafalgar House, 43-45 Beverley Road, Hull
Fridays at 2:00 pm
AA meetings in/near East Yorkshire
Beverley 12 X 12 Step
Latimer Congregational Church Hall, Grovehill Rd
Time: Mondays at 7.30 pm
St James Centre, First Lane
Time: Saturdays at 7.30 pm
Zion United Reform Church, Hallgate
Time: Fridays at 8.00 pm
Petuaria Centre, 10 Centurian Way
Time: Thursdays at 7.30 pm
Driffield Community Centre
Time: Sundays at 7.30 pm
Cottage Hospital (Lodge at rear of hospital),
Kingfisher Lodge, Eastgate
Time: Saturdays at 7.30 pm
Addiction Counselling in/near East Yorkshire
Addiction counselling to help with your recovery is available throughout East Yorkshire. Popular options include:
East Riding Partnership, Goole, UK. Telephone +44 1405 608210
East Yorkshire Counselling Beverley, UK. Telephone +44 1482 880948
Local Government Addiction Resources in East Yorkshire
East Yorkshire offers residents alcohol and drug addiction resources to access information concerning finding professional help and support. It also provides advice concerning how to know if substance use is turning to abuse and, when to contact your doctor.
How Can I Get To and From East Yorkshire?
Different forms of transportation are available throughout East Yorkshire, that make getting to and from AA or NA meetings in or around the county convenient. You also have various transport options at your disposal if seeking to visit Oasis Rehab for addiction treatment.
The nearest airport to East Yorkshire is Humberside Airport. From the airport, you can take the train, or bus, or taxi services, or drive yourself. Buses run to Hull and trains run to Doncaster where you can switch to Hull.
The main railway station in Hull is Hull Paragon Interchange. It is in the centre of the city. First Hull Trains run several services all day and all week long, same as with Virgin Trains East Coast, which connect Hull through Grantham and Newark North Gate.
If visiting East Yorkshire from the West, take the M62 and keep going till you reach the A63. Take the A63 to Humber and beyond.
If coming from London or the South, take the A1 and exit at Newark-on-Trent then continue north east. If you take the A15 east of Scunthorpe, you will arrive on the Humber Bridge and into Hull from the south.
If heading to Oasis Rehab in Runcorn, take the M62 as it is the fastest route. Use the B1230 to get on the M62 and follow it to Watkinson Way/A557 in Rainhill. From the M62, come off at exit 7 and proceed on A557 till you reach Mersey Gateway Bridge/A533 to B5155, which will take you to Runcorn.