Alcohol rehab and drug rehab in Gwynedd

Addiction is a serious disease that only worsens over time. Complications caused by substance addiction can include long-term physical and/or mental health issues, and can even prove fatal. Aside from the negative effects on the addict, addiction also impacts on those closest to them – especially family and friends. To prevent irreparable damage, we strongly advise you get professional addiction treatment as soon as possible. Fortunately, there are a number of options available.

Whether you live in Porthmadog‎, Tywyn or another part of Gwynedd, you can find specialists to help you safely and comprehensively recover from your addiction. By contacting a private rehab facility such as ours, you can get prompt help for addictions to alcohol, prescription medication, or illegal drugs.

Private rehab centres are typically the best option when seeking help for overcoming your addiction. This is because facilities like ours possess some of the best equipment and specialists with the experience to guide you towards successfully beating your addiction.

For individuals who are unable to afford private rehab, there’s always the option of free NHS addiction treatment. Regardless where you choose to get addiction help, it’s important you don’t attempt to beat addiction on your own. This is because doing so can be very dangerous, depending on the severity of your addiction.

To take the safe path to a successful recovery from addiction, get in touch with us today.

A Brief Overview of the Services Our Rehab Centre Offers

Oasis Rehab is a fully equipped leading 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 those with alcohol, benzodiazepines, cannabis, cocaine, codeine, and illegal drugs.
By seeking addiction treatment at our professional facility, you can enjoy the following benefits:

  • Personalised drug and alcohol addiction treatment
  • One year’s free aftercare
  • 24/7 professional care
  • A safe, secure and quality assured environment in which to recover
  • Care from experienced staff
  • Convenience and comfort
  • Immediate admission

By road, Oasis Rehab is roughly 86 miles from Gwynedd. It is a two-hour drive via the A494, going through Bala, Mold, and Ellesmere Port. For your convenience, we can provide a sober transport service to and from our facility, connecting you to anywhere within Gwynedd. Call us today to begin your addiction treatment.

Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

There are numerous benefits to be had when you seek addiction treatment in a private rehab centre like ours. This is due to our diverse expertise, as well as the specialists we have on our team. With such a combination, your chances of making a full recovery are greatly increased. Other advantages you can expect when you or a loved one is cared for in our private facility include:

  • Prompt admission and care: You can be admitted to a private rehab centre for addiction treatment with no hassle or delays. After a brief evaluation, you can be on the fast path to making a full recovery, with no complications.
  • 24/7 medical attention: Round-the-clock care is provided to monitor the condition of the patient and provide medical attention, as needed.
  • Conducive environment: In a private rehab facility, you’ll have the opportunity to recover in a safe and controlled environment, free of the triggers and stressors that usually drive you to abuse drugs. Your comfort will also be guaranteed.
  • Individualised treatment: To ensure recovery is complete and all aspects of your addiction cared for, treatment will be personalised to suit your unique condition and needs. This is more effective than a ‘one size fits all’ approach to addiction treatment.
  • Variety of therapies: A combination of therapies will be applied to aid your recovery, including counselling, behavioural therapies, and support groups.
  • Aftercare services: Studies have shown that aftercare services significantly minimise the likelihood of a recovering addict suffering a relapse. We provide one year’s free aftercare and you can continue with it for as long as you want.
  • Medically assisted detox: In our private rehab centre, you’ll have access to therapies and medication that will minimise your withdrawal and keep you as comfortable as possible for the duration of your recovery.

These benefits are available to all our patients who are working towards becoming drug-free. However, for some individuals in Gwynedd, private treatment is unaffordable. This prominent disadvantage makes treatment in a private rehab facility inaccessible for some people.

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Gwynedd?

The cost of addiction treatment in a Gwynedd private rehab centre varies from person to person. For instance, if your addiction is severe and you’re provided inpatient care, the cost of treatment will likely exceed that of a patient with a lesser addiction, who is receiving care on an outpatient basis.

Also, if you opt for luxury or executive inpatient care, this will cost more than standard inpatient care. The duration of your treatment will also affect the cost.

For those in Gwynedd who are unable to personally finance private addiction rehab, there is always the option of NHS addiction treatment.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Gwynedd

The option of free NHS addiction treatment is available for people in Gwynedd who are unable to afford the cost of private rehab. This treatment can be accessed in your local community, whether that be Bala, Bangor, Barmouth‎, or anywhere else in Gwynedd.

You can access free NHS addiction treatment via a referral from your GP or even a self-referral. Do keep in mind that in this case, the quality of treatment you receive will be determined solely by the NHS. This means you might not have access to the quality of treatment you desire if going via the NHS.

Also, there’s usually a waiting list for individuals seeking addiction treatment on the NHS. Therefore, prompt addiction treatment via the NHS is unlikely. The length of the waiting list is typically determined by the demand for NHS addiction treatment in your area at that particular time.

‎Addiction Support Groups in Gwynedd

In various parts of Gwynedd, addiction support groups are active and provide addicts support to successfully overcome their substance dependence. You can find one within your local community or close by.
Popular addiction support groups in and around Gwynedd include:

Oasis Rehab Runcorn focuses on the welfare of its patients. Their services go beyond inpatient treatment, as patients are motivated to reclaim what they might have lost due to their addiction.

Spider Project is a health and well-being recovery project that assists people recovering from substance misuse.

CAFF Carers and Family/Friends provides support to individuals affected by someone else’s drug and alcohol misuse.

IMPACT Alcohol and Addictions Services provide a confidential, free service to people worried about another person’s use of alcohol or drugs.

Footsteps (St Helens) offer support and information to the families of drug and alcohol users.

NA meetings in/near Gwynedd

Narcotics Anonymous is a programme that promotes complete abstinence from all drugs and there are regular meetings in and around Gwynedd.
Find your nearest meeting below:
Cyswllt Contact
25 North Parade, Aberystwyth, Dyfed
Wednesdays at 7:30 pm

Lost Dreams Awaken
St Mary’s Catholic Church, 119 Wellington Road, Rhyl, Clwyd
Tuesdays at 7:30 pm

Monday lunchtime meeting
Classroom, Penrhyn House, Llandegai Road, Bangor, Gwynedd
Mondays at 12:00 pm

Community Centre Rooms
Dragon Theatre, Jubilee Road, Barmouth, Gwynedd
Thursdays at 5:30 pm

Keep coming back
Penrhyn Hostel, Llandegai Road, Bangor, Gwynedd
Thursdays at 6:00 pm

I Can’t We Can
Llandudno Baptist Church, Great Ormes Road, Llandudno, Gwynedd
Fridays at 7:30 pm

AA meetings in/near Gwynedd

Alcoholics Anonymous is a programme that promotes complete abstinence from alcohol and there are regular meetings in and around Gwynedd, including:

The Scout Hut, The Wharf
Tuesdays at 7.30pm

The Dragon Theatre and Barmouth Community Centre, Jubilee Rd
Sundays at 11.00am

St Winifred’s Catholic Church, Raven St
Fridays at 8.00pm

Newtown Step
Catholic Presbytery (rear), Bridge End, Longbridge St
Wednesdays at 7.00pm

East Radnorshire Day Centre, Old School Building, Scottleton St
Distance: 29 miles
Wednesdays at 7.00pm

The Parish Hall, Lion St
Tuesdays at 6.00pm

Brecon Open
2 Wheat St, (opposite Coliseum Cinema)
Saturdays at 6.00pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Gwynedd

Addiction counselling to aid your recovery is available throughout Gwynedd. Popular options include:
Wgcada, Neath. Telephone 0 1639 633630
CAIS Ty’n Rodyn, Bangor. Telephone 0 345 061 2112
Welsh Centre for Action on Dependency and Addiction, Bridgend. Telephone 0 1656 667717
Gwent Drug and Alcohol Service, Newport. Telephone 0 1633 252045

How Can I Get To and From Gwynedd?

Gwynedd is a county in Wales that shares borders with Conwy, Powys, and Anglesey. Its largest city is Bangor. Gwynedd has an excellent network of roads that makes the area easily accessible by car, bus, or taxi.

If you’re looking to get to and from Gwynedd from any part of England, driving is probably your most flexible and easiest means of transport. The A487 and A470 are the major highways that will take you through the county. The A496 runs through Blaenau Ffestiniog to Dolgellau (via Harlech), while the A493 runs from Dolgellau to Machynlleth. Meanwhile, the A494 will take you through Bala.

Gwynedd also has an impressive network of local buses, though services aren’t very regular. Cambrian Coastliner and Cambrian Line can take you by rail through the coastal towns of the Dyfi estuary to Aberdyfi and Pwllheli.

If looking to visit Oasis Rehab in Runcorn by car, you can take the A494 or A470 and N Wales Expy/A55.
The A494 offers the fastest route. If taking the A494, take the High St to Porthmadog Bypass/A487, then follow the A487 to A4212. Take a left onto the A4212 and proceed on the A494 to Denbighshire. Follow the A5104 to Mold, before proceeding on the A494, M56 and A557 to Victoria Rd/B5155 in Runcorn. The exit towards Runcorn Town Hall/Higher Runcorn from Bridgewater Expy/A533 will take you to your destination.

Remember that Oasis Rehab offers a sober transportation service, which means we can take you from your home in Gwynedd to our rehab facility at your convenience, with no hassle.