If you’re hiding your drug use, lashing out at loved ones when you don’t have access to drugs, dipping into your family savings to fund your addiction, or increasing your dose every day to feel the euphoric high you need, you will probably need professional help to quit substance abuse and/or alcohol abuse.
Drug and alcohol rehab helps you achieve freedom from addiction, sets you on the right path to recovery, resolves legal troubles, helps you acquire skills that make you employable, mends broken relationships with loved ones, and helps you learn coping skills to manage stress and triggers without resorting to drug use.
The staff at Oasis Recovery Clinic have a passion for saving lives. Most of the clinical team are former addicts who have maintained abstinence for a long period of time. The Cheshire rehab centre is a large therapeutic community set in the heart of Runcorn, to ensure that you don’t feel isolated from society whilst in recovery.
The admission team is on standby 24/7, so whatever time of the day you need help for addiction, we are always here for you. We treat addiction to alcohol, cannabis, opiates, benzodiazepines, new psychoactive substances, anxiety, depression, codependency, panic attacks, dual diagnosis, over the counter medicine, and more. We also cater to teenagers and adolescents who need help with behavioural addictions, eating addiction, and substance abuse.
We are one of the few UK rehabs that work with young people aged 16-18 to treat eating disorders and other addictions. Your treatment plan will include medical detox to remove all harmful substances from your body, and detection and treatment of mental health issues along with rehabilitation. We incorporate both traditional and alternative therapy models in our treatment. These include:
The journey from South Yorkshire to Runcorn takes about 1 hour and 40 minutes if you’re driving. Oasis Recovery Community provides a sober transport service that will take you from South Yorkshire to Runcorn in under two hours, and take you home upon discharge.
Call us today for treatment options.
Private rehab centres are thorough when it comes to the care of patients. From the moment you walk through the doors, you’re on your way to recovery. South Yorkshire rehabs don’t just treat physical signs of addiction, but also incorporate holistic techniques to address every aspect of the patient’s needs, including emotional and mental wellbeing.
Private rehabs rarely have a waiting list. When they do, it’s usually short, unlike NHS options where patients have to wait months to receive treatment. You can even enrol the same day to receive treatment.
One of the best features of private rehab is the privacy. Your detox, therapy, and treatment are all private. In state programmes, community detox and community prescribing are the norm. You also have to share accommodation with strangers.
The only con to private rehab is the cost of treatment, which is expensive. If you’ve never been away from home, it might take a while to settle in, and start participating in treatment programmes.
Private rehabs are self-funded, so they are more expensive than state-funded rehab. The benefit to these rehab centres is that patients enjoy the highest quality of care, from some of the best addiction counsellors in South Yorkshire.
The average price of addiction treatment in the UK is £5,000 for a 28-30-day rehab stay. Some rehab centres charge up to £2,500 for detox, whilst others include it as part of inpatient treatment. Luxury treatment is more expensive. There you enjoy more amenities such as massages, a swimming pool, gym, fine dining, highly personalised care, and private rooms. Executive programmes start at £10,000 a week and go up to £50,000 a month.
RDASH Primary Care Alcohol Service: This service is available within your GP surgery. It includes comprehensive assessment, support services, advice & information, referral to other addiction agencies, family support, community detoxification, harm reduction advice, relapse prevention planning, and brief intervention. Referrals can also be made through Lifeline or the Specialist Alcohol Service at Clearways.
Address: Clearways, Effingham Street, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Phone no: 01709447210
Aspire Drug and Alcohol Services: Aspire is a partnership set up by the South Humber and Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. The goal is to provide innovative and advanced services for individuals who want to quit drug/alcohol abuse. The New Beginnings is a structured day programme and inpatient detox service for adults. Services also include individual therapy and group work, all aimed at helping you end your dependence on addictive substances.
Address: Marshall Avenue, Balby, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Phone no: 01302571240
Better Deal: As part of the NHS RDASH service, Better Deal offers specialist services for young people, aged 19 and above, who are dependent on alcohol/drugs, or who are affected by a loved one’s use. Services include assistance & advice, individual counselling, Hepatitis vaccinations, diversional activities, needle exchange, alternative therapies, detox programme, parent support group and access to family workers.
Address: Marshall Avenue, Balby, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Phone no: 01302571260
Barnsley Beacon Support Service: Established in 2002, Beacon South Yorkshire provides services for carers who are supporting individuals with dementia, mental health issues, disabilities, and substance misuse. The goal is to help carers cope with the demands on their time, learn how to effectively manage personal wellbeing, and stress management.
These skills help the carer do their job more efficiently, without negating personal welfare in the process. Services include group work, complementary therapy, training, drop-in service, helpline support, one-on-one counselling, and support groups.
Address: 19 Doncaster Road, Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Phone no: 01226242990 (office and helpline)
Support 4 Change: The S4C Families, Friends and Carers Support Group is funded by Healthwatch Doncaster and the Peoples Health Trust. S4C provides a range of services for adults aged 18 and above. This includes individual therapy, group therapy, and social inclusion activities. It’s an opportunity to meet others who are going through similar issues. Meetings are held on Mondays from 6:15 pm-8:15 pm.
Address: Doncaster Drug & Alcohol Service, Rosslyn House, 37-41 Thorne Road, Doncaster
Be Well Swanswell Barnsley: Most individuals who have a drug or alcohol problem, also have someone caring for them. This is an isolating and difficult job that makes a huge demand on the carer’s time and emotions. Swanswell Barnsley works with carers to develop practical ways of overcoming difficulties. Services include guidance and advice from trained professionals, individual therapy, training & information, qualification opportunities and group discussion sessions.
Address: Carers Support Service, Swanswell, Henry Windsor House, 12 Pitt Street, Barnsley
Phone no: 01226329680
A few questions to ask when choosing a rehab centre include:
Inpatient or outpatient treatment
The answer to this question depends on your treatment needs. Do you require specialised treatment? Have you combined drugs? Do you have any co-occurring disorders? Have you tried to quit in the past and failed, or have you recently relapsed? If yes to any of these, inpatient treatment is for you. Outpatient treatment is suited for those who have a mild addiction, or who are high functioning addicts whose drug/alcohol use has not affected their personal life.
Luxury rehab or standard rehab
Whilst both treatments are excellent, there is a slight difference amongst them. Luxury rehab programmes offer more in terms of amenities and comfort. You have access to in-house gyms, a swimming pool, fining dining, large private rooms, massage therapy, nutrition therapy, animal therapy, music & art therapy, and more. They go above and beyond conventional treatment techniques to maximise all treatment efforts, whilst ensuring your comfort in the centre.
Accreditation of the rehab centre
Before trimming down your list, ensure that all the rehab centres you’re looking at are accredited to treat your specific addiction or dual diagnosis. Addiction specialists should equally be licensed to practice.
Addaction, 42 Sydney Street
Sunday 5:00 pm
Tuesday 6:15 pm
Wednesday 12:30 pm
Town Trust Room, Sheffield Cathedral, Church Street
Wednesday 5:30 pm
Central United Reformed Church (upstairs towards the rear), Norfolk Street
Thursday 7:15 pm
Coffee Lounge, Rosslyn House, 37 Thorne Road
Sunday 6:00 pm
Parish, Newgate, Pontefract
Friday 7:00 pm
Socialicious Café, 1A Westmorland Street, Wakefield
Wednesday at noon
Union House, 29 Union Street, Dewsbury
Wednesday 7:00 pm
Hope Springs Recovery Centre, Springwell House, Newbold Road, Chesterfield
Monday 7:30 pm
Shirecliffe Community Centre, 349 Shirecliffe Road
Monday 7: 00 pm
Victoria Methodist Church, Stafford Road
Thursday 7:45 pm
Sheffield Anglican Cathedral, Church Street
The Town Trust Room – Monday 1:00 pm
Central Trust Room – Saturday 10:30 am
Central United Reformed Church, Norfolk Street (room 1)
Friday 1:00 pm
Houlden Hall 11, Norfolk Row
Wednesday 7:15 pm
Carnson House, 1 Moorgate Road
Thursday 7:30 pm
St Thomas Community Hall, High Street, Kimberworth
Tuesday 10:30 pm
Room 4, Priory Place Methodist Church, 20-26 Printing Office Street
Thursday 1:30 am
Rosalyn house, 41 Thorne Road
Friday 7:30 pm
Changing Lives, 2-5 Prince’s Street
Monday 7:30 pm
St Helen’s Church, Laithes Lane
The Vestry – Thursday 1:15 pm
Romero Centre – Monday 7:30 pm
Lynwood Park (Dr Silkworths Room), Wensley Road, New Lodge
Tuesday 7:30 pm
Turning Point: Turning Point offers support for individuals experiencing problems with a loved one’s drug use or their own drug/alcohol use. The services at Turning Point are designed to help you make positive choices concerning drug use, and choose the right treatment options.
Services include individual counselling, needle exchange, outreach services, Hepatitis vaccinations and screening, liaison with social services, probation and other agencies, comprehensive assessment, and referral to other agencies where you can receive inpatient treatment and specialist prescriptions.
Address: House 1 & 2, Langthwaite House, Langthwaite Grange Business Park, West Yorkshire.
Phone no: 03001231912
CGL Rotherham Recovery Hub: CGL is a registered charity that provides help and support to children, adults, young people, and families affected by substance abuse, mental health issues, emotional wellbeing, homelessness, criminal justice, and domestic abuse. CGL combine medical, social and psychological interventions, to support people to make behavioural and lifestyle changes that improve their wellbeing and health, whilst improving self-determination and independence.
Address: Carnson House, 1 Moorgate Road, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Phone no: 01709447704
DISC Barnsley Recovery Steps: DISC provides free, non-judgmental, and confidential services for adults and families affected by drugs/alcohol. The goal of the program is to support people to live happier, safer and healthier lives, free from alcohol and drugs.
Services include comprehensive assessment, detoxification, individual counselling, family member support, blood testing, health screening, wellbeing check and vaccinations, harm and overdose prevention, peer mentoring, and substitute medication.
Address: 5-6 Burleigh Court, Burleigh Street, Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Phone no: 01226779066
Barnsley Substance Misuse Team: A government initiative, the team offers various types of treatment intervention through a multidisciplinary service for individuals aged 17-70 years who are experiencing problems with alcohol and drug addiction. Services include prison work, counselling, community detox, inpatient detox, healthcare, prescribing, parenthood services, and family support.
Address: 1 Burleigh Court, Burleigh Street, Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Phone no: 01226435860
Sidney Street Service (non-opiates): Based at Sidney Street, and registered with the Care Quality Commission, the non-opiate drug service offers support, assessment, and intervention for adults who are experiencing problems with non-opiates, such as cannabis, steroids, cocaine and amphetamines. They also offer harm reduction advice, drop-in service, and needle exchange.
Address: Sheffield Health and Social Care Substance Misuse Services, 44 Sidney Street, Matilda Street Entrance, Sheffield
Phone no: 01142721481
It’s a two-hour drive from Sheffield to Runcorn. The fastest route is via the A57 and M56, because of traffic. Take the A57 and M56 and continue to Hollingworth. Take the M67, M60 and A558 to Heath Road in Runcorn. Take the exit road toward Higher Runcorn from Bridgewater express, then turn right onto Heath Road, until you arrive at Oasis Recovery.
Trains from London to Rotherham take about 2 hours and 25 minutes. Trains leave from King’s Cross to Rotherham, and from St Pancras International. Train fares start from £74.50 but you can get a discount of 43% when you book in advance.
South Yorkshire is well served by the national rail network. You can plan your trip with Travel South Yorkshire if you’re going by bus or train. The bus system is the most comprehensive means of public transport in Sheffield. Locals can point you in the right direction if you get lost.
The main operators are TM Travel, First, and Stagecoach. Teenagers aged 11-16 are eligible for a MegaTravel pass that entitles you to half fare on trains and 80p for trams and buses. National Express commutes throughout England via coach, and you can plan your rail journey with National Rail.