If you’ve been finding it difficult to quit drugs, alcohol or addictive activities such as gambling and sex, professional treatment is available in Cheshire. If you or a loved one want to put an end to your addiction struggles, reach out for help now.
Addiction is classed as a mental illness which requires detox and rehabilitation to treat. If you’ve abused drugs or alcohol for a long time and have become dependent on either, you’ll be in danger of encountering various health complications and social struggles. Compulsive engagement in certain activities can also lead to behavioural and social disorders that can be harmful in the long run. This is why it’s important to seek help in order to avert the imminent dangers of addiction or tackle the issues caused by compulsive drug or alcohol use.
In Cheshire, there are private rehabilitation centres, NHS options, local government resources and support groups that can help you recover and lead a healthy life again. We strongly urge utilising more than one of these services, so you can maximise your chances of a speedy and successful recovery.
We‘ll relay the available options in Cheshire, so that you can make an informed decision when choosing a recovery programme. If you’re unsure of the next step to take, feel free to contact our helpline and we will be happy to provide guidance.
Oasis Runcorn is a rehab centre with fully equipped, state of the art amenities, dedicated to providing professional treatment services for various kinds of addiction. It is located in the industrial area of Runcorn, which can easily be accessed from anywhere in Cheshire and other neighbouring counties. However, our sober transport service can take you to and from the facility.
Delivered through Oasis Recovery, our services are diverse and always devised to appropriately tackle your unique situation. Some of the addictions we treat include those to drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex, as well as eating disorders and poly-drug dependency.
Oasis Bradford is our sister clinic in Bradford, Yorkshire located only 64 miles from Cheshire and the UK’s leading detox clinic for all addictive substances. Many patients will detox in Bradford and continue therapeutic rehabilitation Runcorn. This strength lies at the heart of our success. As part of the UK Addiction Treatment family (UKAT) we tailor your treatment to your needs.
Oasis Rehab comprises our strengths based recovery and 12-step programme, which are interchangeable depending on your needs. Also included are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, family recovery programme, art therapy, a fitness programme, and a free aftercare programme that lasts for a year.
Call us today to start your journey to an addiction-free life.
Clinicians and addiction professionals consider undergoing recovery in a private residential clinic to be the best option. However, for some people, this route does not always seem viable, due to the extra commitments and other restrictive factors involved.
Private rehab comes with many advantages over other treatment routes and options such as the NHS, charities and free community programmes.
These advantages include:
Cons of private rehab
Cost – which should be weighed up against long-term health deterioration and financial oblivion
Private rehab centres can provide adequate treatment for your addiction and are readily available in Cheshire. If you live within the county, it will be easy to undergo treatment, with your family able to visit from time to time. Also, if you live in neighbouring Manchester or Merseyside – or indeed anywhere around the North West of England – Cheshire can be an ideal place to recover.
One such rehab centre with a proven track record and excellent amenities is our Oasis Recovery clinic in Runcorn, Cheshire.
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.
Your chances of recovering successfully rely mainly on the type of treatment you undergo. For instance, if you choose self-treatment or opt for a recovery programme that inadequately tackles your recovery needs, there’s every chance you could relapse.
It’s important to consult your GP when you make the decision to quit, rather than go at it on your own. We also offer guidance if you place a call and can even provide free transport from your location in Cheshire to our Runcorn facility.
If an inpatient rehab facility (in which you’ll be required to live) is considered the ideal treatment option, our doctors will let you know after carrying out a thorough evaluation of your situation. If you’re deemed fit for outpatient treatment, this can be arranged as well.
The CWP (Cheshire Wirral Partnership) provides support for substance misusers and those affected in one way or another by addiction. Their services are delivered in partnership with local authorities, independent organisations, commissioners, and volunteers in Cheshire and beyond.
Addiction support groups can prove very helpful during your struggle with addiction. While it’s important to undergo treatment in a professional rehab facility, affiliating yourself to a support group is also crucial. Support groups involve a body of recovering addicts that come together to share their experiences. Members learn from each other’s ordeals and successes and also provide emotional support to one another.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): This group is an international fellowship and includes people who are recovering from alcohol addiction.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA): This a fellowship of recovering drug addicts, founded on similar principles to AA.
Fairfield and Howley Neighbourhood Project
Fairfield Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 3AJ
Mondays 7:15 pm
Tuesday Basic Text Meeting
St Paul’s Church Hall, Victoria Square
Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 7QU
Tuesdays 7:30 pm
Friends Meeting House
1 Academy Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 2NR
Wednesdays 7:30 pm
Greenwood Community Centre
Greenwood Crescent, Orford, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 0DU
Thursdays 7:00 pm
Christchurch Mission House
Church Street, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 3JD
Fridays 7:00 pm
Pathways Drug Service
14-16 Bold St, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 1DE
Saturdays 10:30 am
50 minute wonders
St Michael and All Angels Church
Greenway Road, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 5BS
Sundays 6:00 pm
Sandiway Methodist Church, 1A Weaverham Rd (off Norley Rd), CW8 2NJ
Mondays 8:00 pm
Christian Centre, Wicksten Drive, WA7 5DJ
Tuesdays 7:30 pm
Runcorn Big Book Study
Holy Spirit Church, Fernhurst, Halton Brook, WA7 2NJ
Wednesdays 7:30 pm
Pathways (corner of Museum and Bold St), WA1 1JB
Wednesdays 12:15 pm
Chester Holy Trinity
Chester Holy Trinity Church Hall, Norris Rd, Blacon, CH1 5DZ
Thursdays 8:00 pm
Ellesmere Port Step
Community Centre, Flatt Lane, CH56 5DP
Fridays 7:30 pm
Cronton Methodist Church, Chapel Lane, WA8 4NT
Saturdays 8:00 pm
All Saints Church, Stewart St, CW2 8LX
Sundays 8:00 pm
Listed below are some counselling services you can access in Cheshire:
14 Lyceum Way, Crewe, CW1 3YF
53 St Andrews Close Cinnamon Brow, Warrington, WA2 0EH
352 Chester Rd, Ellesmere Port, CH66 1NL
There are a number of community projects and local government programmes that you can find in Cheshire. Even if you attend a private rehab facility, these resources can be helpful in your post-rehab period.
Cheshire East Substance Misuse Service (Stepping Stones): A service that offers support for addicts struggling with drug or alcohol dependence in the east of the county.
Central Cheshire Drug Service – Vale Royal: This body works within the central region of the county to promote a state of good health and well-being amongst those affected by drug use.
Chester Alcohol Service: Provides support services to those experiencing drinking problems in Chester.
Warrington Bank Quay and Crewe stations are on the West Coast Mainline. This affords the county good connections to Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and a host of other destinations. London Euston, Birmingham and Liverpool can also be accessed via Runcorn’s main railway station.
Cheshire is mainly served by the M56, M53, M62, and M6 motorways. The M6 runs to the east of Runcorn, the M56 to the south, while the M62 runs to the north across the neighbouring town of Widnes and the River Mersey.