Addiction is an illness that negatively affects not just the addict, but also their loved ones and the community at large. The longer addiction goes untreated, the worse it gets, with its effects becoming more devastating to the addict’s physical and mental health. Fortunately, if you live in Greater Manchester, professional help is close by and easily accessible.
At our private rehab centre, we begin treatment by carefully evaluating your condition and then using our findings to develop a course of treatment that is personalised to your unique needs.
Treatment includes a medically assisted detox that will significantly minimise the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms. This will be followed by rehabilitation, which will utilise a variety of therapies to help you recover psychologically, as well as provide you with the skills to achieve long-term abstinence.
Our private rehab facility will take care of you in a serene and controlled environment, free from the triggers and stressors that typically influence you to abuse drugs. This way, you won’t be distracted from making a full recovery and retaking control of your life.
We strongly advise you don’t attempt trying to beat addiction on your own, as this can be dangerous. To get started on the path to addiction recovery, get in touch with us today.
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 to alcohol, benzodiazepines, cannabis, cocaine, codeine, and illegal drugs.
By seeking addiction treatment at our professional facility, you can enjoy the following benefits:
By road, Oasis Rehab is roughly 34 miles from Greater Manchester. It is a forty minute drive via the M56, going through Breadbury, Cheadle, Gatley, Ashley, and Daresbury. For your convenience, we can provide a sober transport service to and from our facility. This means we can take care of all the driving, while you get to focus solely on getting better.
Call us today to get on the right track to a comprehensive and long-lasting recovery from your addiction.
There are a number of benefits in seeking addiction treatment via a private rehab facility like ours; we are equipped with some of the best available specialists and equipment to help you make a full recovery in a safe environment. Other benefits of tackling your addiction in our facility include:
These benefits are available to anyone in Greater Manchester who needs addiction treatment in a private rehab centre like ours. On the downside, not everyone can afford private addiction treatment; fortunately for such individuals, there is still the option of NHS addiction treatment.
The cost of private rehab is dependent on a number of factors, including the location of the facility and the type of treatment being provided. Notably, private rehab centres located in more scenic and exclusive locations tend to cost more. Also, the type of treatment you undergo will also affect cost. For instance, addicts who require inpatient treatment can expect to pay more than those offered outpatient care. Also, if you opt for executive or luxury inpatient care, the cost of your stay in will be more than if you were to choose standard inpatient care.
Whether you live in Swinton, Stockport, Bolton or another part of Greater Manchester, you can take advantage of free/NHS addiction treatment options to help you or a loved one recover from addiction. This option is available to anyone who is unable to afford private rehab.
NHS addiction treatment is completely free of charge and accessible within your local community. You can secure such treatment via a referral from your GP – or even a self-referral in certain instances. However, the quality of treatment you’ll receive via is solely determined by the NHS.
Also, bear in mind that NHS addiction treatment usually involves a waiting list. This means you mightn’t be able to get the treatment you need, as quickly as you want it. The length of the waiting list is often dependent on the demand for NHS addiction treatment in your area at that particular time.
Addiction Support Groups in Greater Manchester
In various parts of Greater Manchester, 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 around Greater Manchester include:
Oasis Rehab Runcorn focuses on the welfare of its patients by motivating them to reclaim what they might have lost due to their addiction.
CFC Family Addiction Service provides counselling for young people, children, couples and adults.
Addiction Dependency Solutions – Concerned Others Group proffers solutions and support to people directly or indirectly struggling with addiction.
Family Contact Line provides nursery care and help for parents who are struggling with the addiction of a loved one.
Holding Families supports families and children impacted by parental substance abuse.
Footsteps provide one on one and group support to families of drug and alcohol users.
It’s important to take the following into consideration when trying to select an ideal addiction recovery programme in or around Greater Manchester:
Also, be sure to consult with your doctor with regards your best options.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit society that helps individuals committed to quitting drugs and staying abstinent. There are regular meetings in and around Greater Manchester, which include:
Social Room, Union Chapel, 2 Wellington Road, Fallowfield, Manchester
Sundays at 2:00 pm
Phoenix Mill, 20 Piercy Street, Ancoats, Manchester
Sundays at 4:30 pm
20 Piercy Street, Ancoats, Manchester
Sundays at 7:00 pm
Bark Street, Bolton, Greater Manchester
Sundays at 7:00 pm
Step and Traditions Meeting
Kath Locke Centre, 123 Moss Lane East, Moss Side, Manchester
Mondays at 1:00 pm
Tameside Women’s Centre
41-46 Cavendish Mill, Cavendish Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester
Mondays at 5:30 pm
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a non-profit society that helps individuals committed to quitting drinking and staying sober. There are regular meetings in and around Greater Manchester, which include:
Ashton-Under-Lyne: Top Mossley
Methodist Church, Mountain St, Mossley
Thursdays at 7.30pm
Oldham Wallshaw Street
Wallshaw Street Community Centre, Wallshaw Street
Wednesdays at 7.30pm
Marple Methodist Church, Church Lane
Sundays at 7.30pm
St Michaels Church, Orton Road, Northern Moor
Sundays at 7.30pm
Stalybridge Methodist Church, High St/Acres Lane
Wednesdays at 12.30pm
Stockport Kimberley Step
Kimberley St Day Centre, Kimberley St, Shaw Heath
Fridays at 7.30pm
The Rectory, Emmanuel Church, 6 Barlow Moor Rd
Getting around Greater Manchester is easy, thanks to the area’s fleet of public transport in the form of trams, buses and trains. Therefore, getting to and from AA and NA meetings in the region should not pose a problem. Also, Greater Manchester has an effective road network that links to each area within the city and surrounding counties.
Greater Manchester has excellent inter-city links. The rail network can be used for connections to neighbouring districts and towns, including Oldham, Bolton, Ashton-under-Lyne, Rochdale, Stockport and Wigan.
The road network within Greater Manchester is excellent, with those leading out of town able to take you all over England. If you’re heading for Oasis Rehab in Runcorn by car, the M56 is the fastest available route.
To begin your journey, simply get on the M60 in Denton, then proceed on the M60 to Hollywood Way/A5145 in Stockport. Enter Exit 1 from the M60, before taking the M60 in Cheadle from the A560 and Exit 2. Proceed to Chester Rd/A56 in Halton via the M56. Then take exit 11 from the M56. Proceed on Chester Rd/A56 and follow through to A558 to B5155 in Runcorn, until you arrive at your destination.
Remember that Oasis Rehab offers a sober transport service, which means your transportation to our facility can be handled wholly by us and scheduled for your convenience. This is the most hassle-free way to get the care you need and begin fast track to addiction recovery.