Being one of the largest towns in the North of Wales, Wrexham, unfortunately, has quite an active drug scene – especially with the rise in popularity of synthetic weed and “legal highs”. If you, or a loved one, around Johnstown, Marford, or any other part of Wrexham is struggling with an addiction to prescription medication, alcohol, or illegal drugs, the good news is that professional help is close by.
Rather than attempt to beat your addiction alone, we recommend that you seek professional help with substance abuse or addiction from a qualified addiction treatment facility, such as ours at Oasis Rehab. Our private rehab has years of experience helping people of all ages successfully overcome various types of addiction, and we can help you too.
Private rehab offers individualised addiction treatment to each patient, to ensure all aspects of their addiction is sufficiently cared for, and that recovery is comprehensive. This is accomplished through a careful evaluation of each patient’s condition. This is typically followed by a medically assisted detox to minimise withdrawal symptoms, and safely clear the patient’s body of all traces of the drug being abused. This is followed by a rehabilitation programme that is designed to not only treat the psychological and behavioural damage caused by the addiction but also provide the patient with the necessary tools to overcome the triggers that normally cause them to abuse drugs.
After being discharged from rehab, you can continue treatment through aftercare services, if the rehab provides them, for as long as you need it. Studies have shown aftercare goes a long way in helping recovering addicts avoid experiencing a relapse.
Don’t let your addiction control you for a day longer. Contact an addiction specialist today to immediately get started on the road to a successful recovery.
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:
By road, Oasis Rehab is about 31 miles from Wrexham. It is about a forty minute drive via the A55 going through Llay, Helsby, and Frodsham. For your convenience, we can provide a sober transport service to and from our facility, to and from anywhere in Wrexham.
Call us today to begin your addiction treatment.
There are a lot of benefits from seeking addiction treatment in a private rehab like ours at Oasis. For one, it’s far safer than trying to beat addiction on your own, and it’s also more effective than most other options for addiction treatment. Other benefits you can expect when you visit a private rehab, like ours, for addiction treatment include:
If you are in Wrexham, and struggling with addiction, the above benefits will go a long way in facilitating your recovery. But private rehab does have the downside of being too costly for certain individuals. By letting a private facility know what your budget is, they may be able to help you arrange for affordable care, to help you effectively beat your addiction.
The cost of rehab in Wrexham isn’t fixed, as prices will vary from facility to facility. The cost of your treatment will also be influenced by the severity of your addiction, and the type of treatment you opt for. For instance, people with more severe addictions will likely require treatment for a longer period of time, thus increasing the cost of rehab.
As already mentioned, the type of treatment provided is also a factor. Inpatient treatment typically costs more than outpatient treatment. Also, if you opt for luxury or executive inpatient treatment, this will definitely cost more than standard inpatient treatment.
We can provide you affordable options for rehab care in your location, including free NHS addiction treatment options.
The option of free NHS addiction treatment is available in Wrexham to people unable to personally afford private rehab. This option can be accessed in your local community, regardless of if you live in Gwynfryn, Hanmer, Penley, or anywhere else in Wrexham.
You can access free NHS addiction treatment through a referral from your GP, or through a self-referral. But keep 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 desire if you are going through the NHS.
Your GP can advise you about the following NHS addiction treatment options:
Bear in mind that there’s usually a waiting list for individuals seeking addiction treatment through the NHS, which makes receiving prompt addiction treatment unlikely. The length of the waiting list is typically determined by the current demand for NHS addiction treatment in the area.
In various parts of Wrexham, addiction support groups are available for support in successfully overcoming substance dependence. Finding one within your local community or close by is possible. Available addiction support groups in and around Wrexham include:
Oasis Rehab Runcorn focuses on the welfare of its patients, and its services go beyond inpatient treatment. The rehab accomplishes this by motivating patients to rebuild what they might have lost due to their addiction.
Spider Project is a health and wellbeing recovery project, that supports individuals recovering from substance misuse.
CAFF Carers and Family/Friends helps people affected by the drug and alcohol misuse of others.
Families Anonymous Liverpool offers support to people struggling with substance abuse.
Sanctuary Family Support provides support to families affected by substance misuse.
Footsteps support families of drug and alcohol users with one-on one support, group support, training, and more.
Wigan and Leigh Family Support Group provides support to the family of those struggling with alcohol or drug abuse.
A recovery programme in Wrexham that is close by and easily accessible is the most ideal. You can also make your choice of a recovery programme by seeking the professional advice and recommendation of your doctor, as well as taking the following into consideration.
There are a number of NA meetings held across Wrexham on a daily basis. Find one close to you:
Rock Chapel, Bernard Road, Wrexham, Clwyd
Mondays at 7:00 pm
Keep coming back
Eastern Oswestry Community Centre, Cabin Lane, Oswestry
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Cornwall Street, Newtown, Chester, Cheshire
Tuesdays at 7:30 pm
Trinity Methodist Church
Whitby Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire
Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
Rivertown Community Church, Chester Road West, Shotton, Clwyd
Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
Christchurch Mission House
Church Street, Chester, Cheshire
Fridays at 7:00 pm
Hafan-Wen Detox Unit
Wrexham Maelor Hospital, Watery Road, Wrexham
Thursdays at 7:30 pm
There are a number of AA meetings held across Wrexham on a daily basis. Find one close to you:
Methodist Church, Broad St.
Tuesdays at 8.00 pm
Cleobury Mortimer 12 X 12
St Elizabeth Catholic Church Hall, Lower St
Wednesdays at 8.00 pm
Friends Meeting House, Oak St
Mondays at 8.00 pm
Methodist Church, Shrewsbury Rd
Fridays at 8.00 pm
Bridgnorth Growth In Recovery
St Leonards Church Hall, Racecourse Drive
Wednesdays at 10.15 am
Much Wenlock Fellowship of the Spirit
Methodist Church, King St
Thursdays at 8.00 pm
Shifnal 12 x 12 Big Book Study
Senior Citizens Hall, Curriers Lane
Mondays at 7.30 pm
Community Drug & Alcohol Service, The Elms, Rhosddu Road. Telephone +44 1978 261125
Open Minds, Clarity House, Borras Road. Telephone +44 1978 312120
CAIS, Hafan Wen, 4 Watery Rd. Telephone +44 1978 313904
White Friars Counselling and Psychotherapy Wrexham, Bryn, Suite 3a (SW Physiotherapy) Business Centre Bryn Estyn, Bryn Estyn Rd. Telephone +44 1244 312809
CAIS, Champions’ House, a Welsh-Government funded drug and alcohol addiction facility, was opened in Wrexham to provide a supportive environment for people battling addiction. The facility offers counselling and can refer addicts to more bespoke treatment options when there is need to do so.
Wrexham is a large and busy town in Northern Wales. It is located between the lower Dee Valley, alongside the border with England and the Welsh mountains. The area has a quality road network and a variety of public transportation options you can use to get around or out of town.
If driving to Oasis rehab in Runcorn, you can take the M56, or the B5130 and M56.
The M56 is typically a faster route. To get started, get on the N Wales Expy/A55 in Cheshire West and Chester from the A483. Proceed on the N Wales Expy/A55 till you reach the M56. Take it to Rocksavage Expy/Weston Point Expy/A557 in Runcorn. From the M56, take exit 12 and continue on the A557, driving on the B5155 till you reach your destination.
You can take an Arriva Trains Wales train from Wrexham General to Bidston. From there, you can take Merseyrail to Liverpool Central where you can board a bus to Runcorn.
But remember that we, at Oasis, run a friendly transport service between Wrexham and our rehab. This means we can take care of all aspects of your transportation to and from our rehab at your convenience.