Addiction causes devastating health problems and induces unpleasant withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to quit. While it may seem that you’re stuck with no way out, recovery is possible. If you reside in West Yorkshire, there are various addiction recovery options to help you take back control of your life and escape the imminent dangers of continued substance misuse.
No matter how hopeless your condition may seem, you can make a full recovery with the appropriate treatment programme in place. If you have a loved one who is finding it difficult to quit their drug abuse, let them know that help is available in and around West Yorkshire.
Oasis Bradford located in Bradford, Yorkshire is a unique rehab that provides a holistic treatment process that goes above and beyond inpatient treatment. We provide structure and inspiration to everyone that has lost hope of recovery. Our ability to detox any addictive substance from the human body sets us apart from rivals facilities. This, along with world-class CQC approved holistic rehabilitation ensures that once our clients are detoxed they stay stopped long-term
Oasis Runcorn located in Runcorn, Cheshire is our sister centre and part of the Oasis Recovery Communities family. Here are 100% CQC rated clinic offers intensive rehabilitation programmes tailored to individual needs and preferences
Some of the services we offer include:
Oasis Bradford is located 5 minutes from West Yorkshire – Talk to us if you need sober transportation to and from your location
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
Addiction counselling 10 sessions for £1,000
10 day detox with therapy £3,500
14 day detox, rehab and therapy £4,950
28 day detox, rehab & therapy £9,000
Bradford Community Drug and Alcohol Service (BCDAS)
BCDAS is a service that offers support to those afflicted with a complex alcohol misuse disorder and/or dual-diagnosis in Bradford.
Forward Leeds is the banner under which the Leeds Addiction Unit clinical service operates. It is the city’s integrated alcohol and drug service, providing related treatment via programmes for people struggling with substance misuse problems in Leeds.
Support groups and mutual aid fellowships are known recovery pillars that can help you maintain sobriety after you receive treatment. Maintaining abstinence is a lifelong commitment and one that can be difficult if you have no emotional support or motivation. Experiences shared by fellow addicts will go a long way to buoy your resolve to stay drug-free and open your eyes to the consequences of relapsing.
Support groups that can be easily accessed in West Yorkshire include Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Both groups are free to attend and typically held on a weekly basis. AA is generally open to those going through recovery from alcohol abuse, while NA is a drug addiction recovery fellowship.
The choice of a recovery programme is the most critical decision involved in the entire recovery journey. While the decision to quit your drug or alcohol abuse is a remarkable milestone, the success of your recovery will – to a large extent – depend on the treatment path you choose to follow.
Treatment programmes vary according to the cases of addiction they are devised to address. There’s also a need for individualised plans, as there are no identical cases of addiction. Certain situations call for intensive inpatient programmes, which can only be adequately formulated by a private rehab centre. As a consequence, we urge you to call us for guidance if you or loved one are ready to kick your addictive behaviour, before you consider other options.
Recovery Chapel, 43 Westfield Road
Leeds, LS3 1NQ
Sundays 10:00 am
Bradford The Solution
Vault Cafe, Unity House
30 Manningham Lane
Bradford, BD1 3DN
Mondays 1:30 pm
Salvation Army, 33 King Street
Brighouse, West Yorkshire, HD6 1NX
Tuesdays 7:00 pm
Bingley Methodist Church
Mornington Rd (off Charles St), BD16 4JU
Sunday 7.00 pm
Friends Meeting House, Quaker Lane, Rawdon
Leeds LS19 6HU
Mondays 8:00 pm
Big Book Study
Friends Meeting House, Russell St
Bradford, BD5 0JB
Tuesday 8.00 pm
Project 6 this a charity addiction recovery service, which works to reduce and prevent the adverse effects of substance abuse for people in Keighley.
West Yorkshire is served by 12 commuter railway lines that can connect you to different districts within the county. Leeds and Wakefield Westgate are West Yorkshire’s main lines of stations that have connections to other parts of the UK (with Leeds being a principal National Rail station). Other local railway stations include Huddersfield, Halifax, Keighley, Shipley, Dewsbury, and Bradford Forster Square, amongst others.
The road transport network strategically connects West Yorkshire to other neighbouring counties. Major roads such as the M62 (which connects to Runcorn, Cheshire), A1 (M), and M1 pass through the county, connecting urban roads in and between Bradford and Leeds.