Affordable Alcohol and Drug Rehab Clinic Near Worcestershire

Has addiction to drugs or alcohol caused substantial damage to your health and social life? Have your finances, career or studies taken a hit as a result of compulsive drinking or drug misuse? If you live in Worcestershire and are experiencing any of these, help is available that can you see turn your life around and take back control. Similarly, if someone close to you is finding it difficult to quit substance misuse, let them know that change is possible.

Addiction is accompanied by withdrawal effects that can prove particularly harrowing when attempting to quit. Although the withdrawal phase is a credible threat to recovery, it can be managed with the right help and you can progress to rehab and recovery safely via a medically supervised detox programme.

These programmes are easily accessible in Worcestershire; we have a detox centre nearby, where you can successfully negotiate the withdrawal stage. We also have a rehab facility, where you’ll be equipped with relapse prevention skills and coping techniques that will help you handle any cravings in the long run.
There are other options available in Worcestershire, including NHS and community services, as well as mutual aid and support groups. We advise that you weigh up these options properly and make an informed decision, as your recovery success may hinge on this.

Services Offered by Our Rehab Centre

Oasis Runcorn is a built-to-standard rehabilitation centre within reach of Worcestershire. It’s located roughly 107 miles away from the county and is a two-hour drive, starting from the M5 via Rashwood and Sandwell Country Park, meeting the M6 which connects to the M56 in Cheshire. However, we provide a transfer service that can take you to and from our centre without any hassle.

Our detox programme will help manage your withdrawal symptoms and alleviate any adverse effects. This will enable your body to expel any toxic residues from the substances you’ve been misusing. Our professionals are amongst the best in the country when it comes to handling detoxification and withdrawal.

Rehab follows immediately after detox has been successfully completed. This involves a number of therapies that will address the reasons you abused drugs and/or alcohol, and the resulting issues of your addiction. We apply this via a number of programmes that will be tailored to suit your needs. Our Strengths programme is devised to serve as an alternative to 12-step therapies, which provide another holistic treatment option, based on evidence-based principles.

Other therapies from which you’ll likely benefit during your stay include:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
  • Trauma Therapy
  • Art Therapy
  • Healthy Eating
  • Family recovery programme

We also offer a year-long aftercare programme, whereby you can access continued support when you leave the facility. This programme will help you re-integrate into society without much difficulty.

Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

When you make the painstaking decision to get help for your addiction, we urge you to seek inpatient treatment in a private rehab centre, as this is the best way to achieve long-lasting recovery. The NHS does not provide inpatient treatment; however, charity services that do offer this service won’t offer the level of care that you’ll find in a private rehab setting. Here are some advantages of attending Oasis Runcorn for your rehabilitation:
Speedy admissions, which rarely take more than 48 hours
Easy access to highly trained professionals
Dual diagnosis treatment
Free transfer services to and from our detox and rehab facilities
One-year’s free aftercare programme upon completion of rehab
Family recovery programme
Treatment structure that values client preference

Issues Faced by Private Rehab Patients and How We Work to Solve Them

Cost is one of the most important issues for people considering private rehabilitation and working within a small budget. Private rehab centres are more expensive than publicly funded services, as they offer residential treatment programmes that provide top-class care, while the costs of running their facilities are wholly covered by admission fees. At Oasis Runcorn however, you’ll find our treatment costs truly reflect the level of care we provide; our staff will collaborate with you to work out a plan that’s cost-friendly and meets your individual needs.

Another consideration involves the social environment of the rehab centre in question. Rest assured, you’ll feel comfortable at Oasis Runcorn, as our centre is furnished with modern facilities and a luxury residential décor.

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Worcestershire?

The amount of money you’ll spend during rehab largely relies on the kind of treatment you choose. While cost is a credible factor when choosing treatment, it’s important to make your recovery and well-being your foremost priority. This is because certain treatment options that come at low cost lack the adequacy to handle certain levels and types of addiction.
Meanwhile, NHS and community services come at no cost at all, and you’ll be entitled to these as a UK citizen. Treatment programmes run by charities also come at reduced costs – and in some cases, you can access them for free. However, these programmes tend to come with lengthy admission processes and there’re no guarantees that you’ll be admitted into a residential rehab centre.

On the other hand, private rehab centres like Oasis Runcorn come at greater cost, but guarantee a speedy admission process and a higher level of care. Treatment fees also vary in our facility, as the type of treatment and its duration combine to determine the cost. When you contact us, we’ll apprise you of different treatment options and their fees, as well as the methods of payment we accept.

Addiction support groups in Worcestershire come at no cost at all, as they are free. The only criteria is a willingness to beat your addiction. If you want to access additional personal counselling via a private service, however, you’ll typically be required to pay an hourly rate.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Worcestershire

Swanswell Alcohol and Drug Recovery Service – Worcester: this service provides drug and alcohol treatment and support for people struggling with addiction and is funded by Worcestershire County Council.

Addiction Support Groups in Worcestershire

Support groups comprise individuals who are on the journey to recovery. If you’ve just completed a rehabilitation programme at our facility, we’ll always recommend that you join a support group. This is because staying committed to abstinence is a life-long quest, which requires aid and support from others – and there’s no better place to find this than from fellow recovering addicts. Through experiences shared in meetings, you’ll learn how to effectively deal with any challenges and discover new ways to live free from addiction.

Support groups are free to attend and require no added responsibility on your part, except to turn up on time. Meetings are held weekly and you’ll find one close to you, every day of the week.

The main support groups in and around Worcestershire include Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). These are independent, international mutual aid fellowships that follow the 12-step model, which guide addicts to accept their flaws and address them accordingly through lifestyle changes and a commitment to stay abstinent. While NA deals with recovering drug addicts, AA is exclusive to those wanting to kick their drinking habit.

Other national support groups include SMART recovery, which follows an evidence-based technique to teach addicts how to cope with and conquer cravings.

How to Choose a Recovery Programme

Your choice of recovery programme is one of the most important decisions of your recovery journey. This is because you’ll need a treatment programme that’s ideal for your situation if you’re going to successfully make it through recovery, as there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to treating addiction. As a result, it’s crucial you navigate your options with the help of a professional. Our confidential helpline is well placed to provide this kind of guidance and point you in the right direction.

An inpatient programme should be top of your checklist when considering treatment options. This recovery programme is your best chance of achieving recovery, regardless of your situation. This is because private rehab centres employ an intensive individualised treatment approach that deals exclusively with your specific addiction. Please call us today to discover the treatment options that can best tackle your condition.

NA Meetings in/near Worcestershire

Dudley Early Birds Just For Today Meeting
Switch, 1 Castle Street
Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 1LA
Sundays 9:30 am

Redditch I Do Like Mondays
Parish Centre, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
Beorly Road, Redditch, Worcestershire, B98 8LT
Mondays 7:30 pm

Bromsgrove Treasure Tuesdays
St Andrews Church, Lyttleton Avenue
Charford, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 3JP
Tuesdays 7:00 pm

Worcester Wednesdays
Main Hall (downstairs)
Friends Meeting House, 1 Sansome Walk
Worcester, WR1 1UG
Wednesdays 7:00 pm

Worcester Allsorts
Room 1, St Andrews Methodist church
Pump Street, Worcester, WR1 2QT
Fridays 7:00 pm

Redditch Serenity Saturdays
Parish Centre, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
Beoley Road West, Redditch
Worcestershire, B98 8LT
Saturdays 7:15 pm

AA Meetings in/near Worcestershire

Worcester: Feelings in Recovery
Conference Room, Worcester YMCA
Henwick Rd, WR2 5NS
Sundays 10.30 am
Duration: 1hr 30mins

Malvern Big Book
St Mary’s Church
Sherrards Green Rd, WR14 2HD
Sundays 7.00 pm
Duration: 1hr

Bromsgrove
Bromsgrove Methodist Centre
19 Stratford Rd, B60 1AS
Mondays 8.00 pm
Duration: 1hr 30mins

Evesham Fellowship
Evesham Methodist Church, 71 Bridge St
Waterside (basement meeting rooms at rear of church)
Mondays 8.00 pm

Redditch Step
Parish Rooms, Mount Carmel Church
14/15 Beoley Rd West, B98 8LT
Tuesdays 8.00 pm
Duration: 1hr 30mins

Birmingham Longbridge Morning
Longbridge Methodist Church
1648/54 Bristol Road South, B45 9TY
Wednesdays 11.00 am
Duration: 1hr 30mins

Kidderminster Early Stages of Recovery
St John The Baptist Church
Wolverley, DY11 5TH
Wednesdays 7.30 pm
Duration: 1hr 30mins

Worcester As Bill Sees It
Ombersley Road Methodist Church Hall,
Ombersley Rd, WR3 7BP
Thursdays 7.00 pm
Duration: 1hr

Stourbridge
Gig-Mill Methodist Church Hall
Glebe Lane (off South Rd), DY8 3YG
Fridays 8.00 pm
Duration: 1hr 30mins

Worcester Just for Today
Jubilee Room
Our Lady Queen of Peace, WR2 4EN
Saturday 9.00 am

Addiction Counselling in/near Worcestershire

There are online directories that provide details of therapists in Worcestershire if you’re looking to access additional expert guidance after rehabilitation. Please note that these private counselling services will charge you by the hour. They include:

Counselling UK

National Counselling Society

British Association for Counselling and psychotherapy

Counselling-directory.org.uk

Local Government Addiction Resources in Worcestershire

SPACE – Young Persons Substance Misuse Service: This service is aimed at young people living in Worcestershire who are 18 years and under and dealing with their own substance misuse or that of a loved one.

How Can I Get to and From Worcestershire?

By car

Worcestershire is well served by a network of roads that connect the county internally and with other parts of the UK. Going north-westwards from London, the M40 motorway meets the M42, which goes further west to connect with the M5 that passes through Worcestershire. You can connect to Cheshire by going further north-westwards via the M5 and connecting to the M6.

By train

Train lines travel within Worcestershire and beyond, with main lines including the Cross-city Line, Cotswold Line, and Birmingham to Worcester via Kidderminster and Bromsgrove.  West Midlands Railway is the county’s main operator

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  • Oasis Runcorn
    38-40 Bridge St.
    Runcorn, Cheshire,
    WA7 1BY
    United Kingdom
  • Tel. 0203 131 5938
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