Affordable Alcohol and Drug Rehab Clinic Near Shropshire

Substance abuse and addiction are becoming a more prevalent problem throughout the UK, and Shropshire is not excluded from that. Recent reports indicate Oswestry has one of the highest levels of GHB and GBL abuse in the country. This has led to more people in the town seeking professional help for addiction.

In other parts of Shropshire, the abuse of substances like prescription medication, illegal drugs, and alcohol are also prevalent. Regardless of what type of substance you, or a loved one, has developed a dependence to, professional help is readily available in Shropshire. And one of the best places you can get prompt and effective help is at a private rehab like ours.

You can access professional treatment from our rehab regardless of if you live in Rodington, Tilley, or any other part of Shropshire. When you approach us for addiction treatment, at Oasis Rehab, we will start treatment immediately, by first evaluating your addiction, after which we will develop a personalised course of treatment based on the results of the evaluation.

Be assured that, while in our care, you will be provided with the best treatment possible to minimise your withdrawal symptoms and discomfort. You are also guaranteed that the personalised addiction treatment provided will not only treat the physical and psychological aspects of your addiction but also provide you with the tools to achieve long-term sobriety.

To get started on receiving quality and professional care to beat your addiction, contact us today for a friendly chat or to arrange for admission.

Rehab Treatment Options at Oasis Rehab

Oasis Rehab is a 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.

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

By road, Oasis Rehab is about 63 miles from Shropshire. It is around an eighty-five minute drive via the A5 going through Ellesmere Port, Llangollen, and Oswestry. For your convenience, we can provide a sober transport service to and from our facility, and to anywhere in Shropshire. This way, you don’t have to worry about transportation, as we take care of everything.

Call us today to get started on the road to recovery.

The Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

There are several benefits from seeking addiction treatment in a private rehab such as ours. The biggest of which is the expertise and specialised tools available in our rehab that will be dedicated solely to your recovery. But there are a number of other benefits, some of which include:

  • Individualised treatment: A personalised approach to treating addiction is typically the best. This is because the treatment leaves no aspect of your addiction unattended to, and is better capable of helping you make a complete recovery. This is why we always follow a personalised approach to caring for all patients in our rehab.
  • Prompt care: In private rehab, you can get the professional care you need, as soon as you need it. With no delay, you can get on the right track to beating your addiction as soon as possible.
  • 24/7 medical monitoring and care: At our private rehab, we will keep an eye on you around the clock from the moment of your admission, to the moment of your discharge. This way, changes in your condition can be promptly responded to with the appropriate medical care.
  • Conducive and safe environment for recovery: Our rehab provides a safe and controlled environment, in which your comfort will be guaranteed. This way, you can stay focused on recovery without distractions.
  • Variety of therapy: Therapy such as counselling, support groups, behavioural therapy, and more, will be combined to guide you towards not just a full recovery, but also learning to avoid a relapse in the near future.
  • Aftercare: We offer aftercare services to all our patients once they have been discharged, to ensure their addiction recovery is long lasting.

All these benefits and more are available to all patients in our private rehab working towards becoming drug free. But, on the downside, some individuals in Shropshire may find treatment in a private rehab unaffordable. This disadvantage makes treatment in a private rehab inaccessible for some people, however, we can provide you with some of the most affordable options in your area.

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Shropshire?

The cost of rehab in Shropshire tends to vary based on a number of factors. Primary factors that influence the cost of rehab, are usually the severity of your addiction and the type of treatment offered to help you towards recovery. The more severe your addiction is, the more intensive your treatment will likely be, and this will likely increase the cost of rehab. Also, if you are provided inpatient treatment, this will usually cost more than outpatient treatment.

If you opt for luxury or executive inpatient treatment, or treatment in an exclusive setting, this will all influence the cost of rehab too. In the event you discover that the type of treatment you need is beyond what you can afford, you can explore NHS addiction treatment options to help you minimise cost.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Shropshire

If you require drug addiction treatment, you are entitled to NHS care, the same as if you were suffering from any other type of health problem. To get started with receiving NHS addiction treatment, it’s best to first speak with your GP, who will advise you about the following options:

  • Counselling: Your GP can refer you for addiction counselling sessions. If your GP believes counselling is suitable for your condition, you will likely be referred for sessions with an NHS Counsellor.
  • Local Drug and Alcohol Services: You can be referred by your GP to a local drug and alcohol service where a variety of low intensity therapeutic interventions will be used to help you quit your substance abuse safely.
  • Local Mental Health Team: If your GP believes you require additional support, you may be referred to the local mental health team. This type of referral will give you access to psychiatrists, psychotherapists, or other specialists.

Free NHS addiction treatment options can be accessed in your local community, regardless of if you live in Shrawardine, Shrewsbury, Newport, or any other part of Shropshire. But, bear in mind that the quality of addiction treatment received through the NHS will be determined solely by the NHS. This means you may not have access to the quality of treatment you want if going through the NHS.

Also, there’s usually a waiting list for individuals seeking addiction treatment through the NHS, which can lead to delays in receiving treatment. The length of the waiting list is typically determined by the demand for NHS addiction treatment in your part of Shropshire at the time.

Addiction Support Groups in Shropshire

In various parts of Shropshire, 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 Shropshire include:

  • Oasis Rehab Runcorn focuses on the welfare of its patients, and its services go beyond inpatient treatment. The group accomplishes this by motivating patients to rebuild what they might have lost due to their addiction.
  • IMPACT Alcohol & Addictions Services offers confidential free services to anyone worried or affected by someone else’s use of alcohol or drugs.
  • Wolverhampton 360 – Young People’s Service provides support to young people concerned about the drinking or drug habits of a parent, and advice to parents worried about their children abusing substances.
  • The BAC O’Connor Centre Family Support Group is a support group for individuals affected by the drug or alcohol use of another.
  • Addaction offers one-on-one support to family members struggling with the problematic drug or alcohol use of others.

How to Choose a Recovery Programme

What counts as the right recovery programme for you will be determined by a number of factors. One of the primary factors to take into consideration is your addiction, and what programme is most capable of helping you beat it. Factors such as cost of the programme, distance and accessibility of the programme’s location, schedule, and your personal preferences will also help you determine which programme is the most ideal for your needs.

NA meetings in/near Shropshire

Narcotics Anonymous is a group that promotes complete abstinence from all drugs and there are regular meetings across Shropshire.

Shrewsbury Sunday Meeting

St Winefride’s Convent, College Hill, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Sundays at 7:00 pm

Madeley Monday

The People’s Centre, High Street, Madeley, Telford, Shropshire
Mondays at 7:00 pm

The Solution

St Winefride’s Convent, College Hill, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm

Park Lane Lunchtime Meeting

Park Lane Centre, Park Lane, Telford, Shropshire
Thursdays at 12:00 pm

Wellington Saturday lunchtime

Strickland House, The Lawns, Wellington, Telford
Saturdays at 1:00 pm

Recovery is possible

St Winefrides Convent, College Hill, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Thursdays at 7:00 pm

AA meetings in/near Shropshire

There are a number of AA meetings held across Shropshire on a daily basis. Find your nearest one:

Shrewsbury Step Tuesday

St Nicholas Hall (Top Floor), United Reformed Church, English
Tuesdays at 7.30 pm

Shrewsbury The Steps To Sobriety

Oxon Church Hall, Welshpool Rd, Bicton Heath, (opp
Mondays at 7.30 pm

Wellington Portico House

Portico House, 22 Vineyard Rd
Tuesdays at 11.30 am

Much Wenlock Fellowship of the Spirit

Methodist Church, King St
Thursdays at 8.00 pm

Telford Monday

St Patrick’s Church, King St, Wellington.
Mondays at 7.30 pm

Shrewsbury English Bridge

St Nicholas Hall (Top Floor), United Reformed Church, English
Thursdays at 7.30 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Shropshire

If you are looking for addiction counselling in, or near, Shropshire, a variety are available. Some of which include:

Local Government Addiction Resources in Shropshire

The Shropshire Recovery Partnership is the local drug and alcohol treatment service for Shropshire. The service provides bespoke addiction recovery service from its Crown House base in Shrewsbury. Other hubs can be found in Bridgnorth, Ludlow, Oswestry and Whitchurch.

Gamcare and Impact Alcohol and Addiction Service are other local addiction resource hubs in the area.

How Can I Get To and From Shropshire?

Shropshire borders Cheshire to the north, Wales to the west, Worcestershire and Herefordshire to the south, and Staffordshire to the east. The county is located in the West Midlands of England, and has an efficient road network.

If you want to visit Oasis Rehab in Runcorn by road, you can take the trip either via the A5, or the A49, or via the A49 and A556.
The A5 offers the shortest journey. To begin, simply take Longden Rd, B4380 and Welshpool Rd/A458 to the A5. Proceed on the A5 then take the A483, N Wales Expy/A55, M56 and A557 to Victoria Rd/B5155 in Runcorn. Use the exit toward Runcorn Town Hall/Higher Runcorn from Bridgewater Expy/A533, then take a right onto Victoria Rd/B5155. Proceed on B5155 till you reach Oasis Rehab, which will be on your right.

By Train

If you don’t want to drive, Shropshire’s rail services are quite regular. There is a direct rail service between Shrewsbury and London Euston, and the Cambrian Line links Mid-Wales to Shrewsbury.

Chester, Wrexham and Shrewsbury Line calls at Chirk, Gobowen (near Oswestry), and Shrewsbury.

A West Midlands train from Crewe Station can take you to Runcorn.

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    Runcorn, Cheshire,
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