Addiction is an illness that no one should have to battle on their own. Attempting to do so can be dangerous and even life-threatening, depending on the severity of addiction. This is especially so in light of unpredictable withdrawal symptoms and how difficult they can be to bear. If you or a loved one live in Flintshire and are struggling with addiction, we recommend you contact a professional addiction treatment facility like ours for assistance.
By seeking professional addiction treatment at a private rehab centre like ours, you’ll have access to quality medical care that treats not just the physical – but also psychological – aspects of addiction. Treating your condition in such a manner greatly increases the likelihood of making a full recovery, as well as attaining long-lasting abstinence.
Furthermore, during addiction treatment, a combination of medication and expert care will be applied to significantly minimise withdrawal symptoms, thus making your recovery process as painless and comfortable as possible. Our services are available to people of all ages, within and around Flintshire.
For those unable to afford addiction treatment in a private rehab facility, NHS options are available. Whether you opt to pay for addiction treatment personally or source it free via the NHS, the important thing is to get help as soon as possible. Start today by contacting us to begin your journey to recovery.
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 alcohol, benzodiazepines, cannabis, cocaine, codeine and illegal drugs.
By seeking addiction treatment at Oasis Rehab, you can expect to enjoy the following benefits:
By road, Oasis Rehab is roughly 27 miles from Flintshire. It’s a half-hour drive via the A494 and M56, going through Deeside, Helsby and Frodsham. For your convenience, we can provide a sober transport service to and from our facility, allowing you to comfortably access the treatment you need, without any hassle, as we take care of everything on your behalf.
Call us today to begin your addiction treatment.
People wanting to overcome their addiction in the safest and most effective manner possible typically seek treatment in a private rehab centre, such as ours. This is because we have the experts to understand your addiction and administer the most effective form of treatment. Other advantages of being treated in a private rehab facility include:
These benefits can be accessed in our private rehab centre by anyone in Flintshire who requires professional addiction treatment. However, the general cost of private treatment can be a downside for some individuals. Regardless of your budget though, we can help provide affordable options for addiction treatment in your area.
The cost of private addiction treatment differs, based on a variety of factors. One such factor is the setting of the facility in question. For instance, private rehab centres located in the countryside, next to the seaside or other exclusive locations may charge more than others.
Another factor that determines cost is the severity of your addiction. Individuals whose addiction has lasted longer usually require more intensive treatment, which subsequently affects costs. That is, the less severe an addiction, the less costly it usually is to treat.
Also, inpatient treatment will typically cost more than outpatient treatment. Meanwhile, if you opt for executive or luxury inpatient treatment, you can expect it to cost more than standard inpatient treatment.
If you find private rehab to be beyond your financial means, there is always the viable alternative to NHS addiction treatment.
Free NHS addiction treatment options are available to all residents of Flintshire. Also, this can be accessed within your local community, whether you’re based in Caerwys, Gronant, or elsewhere in the county. This makes NHS addiction treatment a feasible alternative for those who are unable to personally finance private rehab.
On the downside, accessing NHS addiction treatment can take a considerable amount of time. This is due to the fact you’ll most likely be placed on a waiting list when you apply. The length of the waiting list will depend on the demand for NHS addiction treatment in your area at that particular time.
Furthermore, you might not have access to a personal therapist, nor be referred to a residential rehab centre for treatment. You might also have to visit numerous addiction clinics for different treatments. Simply put, the quality of your addiction treatment in this scenario is completely out of your hands and determined solely by the NHS.
Across Flintshire, addiction support groups are active and provide addicts support they need to successfully overcome substance dependence. You can find one within your local community or nearby.
Popular addiction support groups around Flintshire include:
Oasis Rehab Runcorn focuses on the welfare of its patients by motivating them to reclaim all they might have lost through addiction.
Wigan and Leigh Family Support Group provides support to families of those struggling with 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 use.
Family Contact Line provides nursery care and help for parents.
CFC Family Addiction Service offers counselling to children, young people, and couples struggling with addiction.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit society that helps individuals committed to staying abstinent and avoiding drug abuse. There are regular meetings in and around Flintshire, which include:
Lost Dreams Awaken
St Mary’s Catholic Church, 119 Wellington Road, Rhyl, Clwyd
Tuesdays at 7:30 pm
Keep Coming Back
Eastern Oswestry Community Centre, Cabin Lane, Oswestry, Shropshire
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
St Michael and All Angels Church, Greenway Road, Runcorn, Cheshire
Sundays at 6:00 pm
Rock Chapel, Bernard Road, Wrexham, Clwyd
Mondays at 7:00 pm
Boscoe House, 59-61 Merton Road, Bootle, Wirral, Merseyside
Sundays at 6:00 pm
St Marks Church Hall, 160 North Road, St Helens, Merseyside
Sundays at 6:00 pm
56 Whetstone Lane, Birkenhead, Wirral, Merseyside
Sundays at 3:00 pm
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a non-profit society that helps individuals committed to quit drinking and staying sober. There are regular meetings in and around Flintshire, which include:
Northop Silver Band Hall, Triangle Car Park
Sundays at 7.30pm
Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Jubilee Rd
Tuesdays at 8.00pm
Champions House, Grove Park Road
Saturdays at 10.30am
Queensferry War Memorial Institute, Chester Road West
Thursdays at 7.30pm
Parish Hall behind Catholic Church, 17 Coleshill St
Oddfellows Hall, 65 High St
Tuesdays at 7.30pm
United Reformed Church, 121a Saughall Rd, Blacon
Mondays at 7.30pm
Addiction counselling is available throughout Flintshire in the form of psychological and residential treatment facilities. There are also options for non-residential care.
Find an addiction counselling facility near you:
Wgcada, Neath. Telephone 01639 633630
CAIS Ty’n Rodyn, Bangor. Telephone 0345 061 2112
Welsh Centre for Action on Dependency and Addiction, Bridgend. Telephone 01656 667717
Gwent Drug and Alcohol Service, Newport. Telephone 01633 252045
Flintshire is a principal county in Wales. The area’s road network allows for easy accessibility, while there is a range of public transportation (such as trains and buses) to help you get around town.
If heading to Oasis Rehab in Runcorn, you can use a combination of buses and trains to reach your destination. Simply head to Chester Bus Station (Stand 5), before boarding the service that takes you to Chester Railway station. From here, you can take the Arriva Trains Wales service to Manchester Piccadilly. Disembark at the stopover in Runcorn East and take a bus to Bridge Street. Oasis is just a short walking distance.
Notably, driving to Runcorn is far more convenient and makes for a quicker journey. If driving to Runcorn from Flintshire, you have the option of taking the A494 and M56, or N Wales Expressway/A55.
The A494 and M56 is the shorter route; simply proceed from Chester St to the Mold Bypass/A494. Then continue to the A494 until the M56, which you can then take to Rocksavage Expressway/Weston Point Expressway/A557 in Runcorn. Follow exit 12 from the M56 and proceed on the A557 until you reach the B5155. Your destination is just down the road from there.
Remember that Oasis rehab offers a sober transport service, taking you from your home to our rehab facility, with no hassle at all.