Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Buckinghamshire
Most people who have a problem with addiction started out just experimenting with drugs and alcohol, often as a way of dealing with deep-seated issues they had never addressed. When you have a problem with drugs and alcohol, your relationship with your loved ones suffers. You fund your addiction with all the money you have, isolate yourself from friends, and damage your physical and mental health.
Admitting that you need professional help doesn’t make you weak. Addiction specialists, for example at Recovery Lighthouse, provide a plethora of specialised services to help you understand your addiction, address them, develop a recovery plan, and maintain abstinence after rehab. We also provide alternative therapies to improve the quality of your daily life, and reverse most of the damage caused by addiction.
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Overview of the Services Offered at Recovery Lighthouse
Recovery Lighthouse is a CQC registered drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing, West Sussex. Our facility is a high standard centre with beautifully decorated bedrooms, to maximise your comfort during your stay. Recovery Lighthouse offers an excellent rehabilitation programme that balances cost and effective treatment.
We are one of the few rehab centres in the UK that caters to young people, aged 16-18 years, who have issues with eating disorders and other addictions. As a fully integrated facility, we offer both medical detox and rehabilitation within the same premises.
Our services include:
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- 12-step therapy
- Nutrition therapy
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Fitness Programme
- Music/art therapy
- Alcohol detox
- Prescription pill detox and more
The distance from Buckinghamshire to Worthing is 45.3 miles. We offer a sober transport service that brings you to our rehab centre from your residence, and takes you home after you’ve completed treatment.
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Pros and Cons of Private Rehab
- Immediate admission 365 days a year
- Medical detox with 24/7 care & support
- Overcome the root causes of addiction
- Experienced team of doctors & therapists
- Personalised rehabilitation programme
- Look, feel, sleep better & regain confidence
- Learn techniques for relapse prevention
- Fitness and nutrition programme
- 1 year complimentary aftercare support
• Price can be a barrier which needs to be weighed up versus the long-term cost of drug and alcohol abuse
• Being away from friends and family which at first can be emotionally challenging
How Much Does Rehab Cost in Buckinghamshire?
Detox and rehab starts from £834 to £2,750 per week depending on treatment length and clinic chosen
Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options
StaRs: A specialist treatment option from Oasis Partnership, that provides talk therapies and clinical treatment to Buckinghamshire residents aged 18 years and above. GP and community-based treatment are also available throughout the county, including access to inpatient rehabilitation.
Other services include individual support, group work, recovery support, complementary therapies, specialist counselling, relapse prevention, a prescription for withdrawal medication, BBV testing and immunisation, care planning, full assessment, and risk assessment.
98 Walton Street, Aylesbury
Oasis Sefton Project: This is a community-based structured day rehabilitation programme. They offer support to drug/alcohol users who have a desire to change their lives. Services include comprehensive assessment, care planning, social inclusion support, integrated aftercare, individual case management, access to groups, relapse prevention, counselling support, and care coordination.
Oasis House, George Street,
High Wycombe, Buckingham
Young Addaction: Addaction is one of the leading addiction-related charities in the UK. They provide support for drug/ alcohol and mental health issues. Young Addaction is a specialist service that provides information and education to young people on the effects of alcohol abuse and substance misuse. These include the effects it causes in both their own lives and those of their loved ones. They also offer early intervention programmes, one-on-one support, confidential advice, and counselling to young people.
Address: Unit G, Merlin Centre, Gatehouse Close, Aylesbury
Phone no: 01296331933
Addiction Support Groups in Buckinghamshire
DrugFAM – Chesham: Confidential meetings takes place every week for individuals affected by another person’s drug/alcohol misuse. It is an opportunity to gain support, learn from the experiences of others, and share your own experience with those who have been in similar situations. Meetings are on Tuesdays from 7:00 pm.
The Lowndes Room,
SMART Recovery: A mutual support group made up of men and women who follow a science-based programme to overcome their addiction and provide support for others through their recovery journey. Unlike 12-step programmes, members do not believe that they are helpless or have no control over their addiction. Rather, they believe that through the application of therapy and regular meeting attendance, members can recover from physical and behavioural addiction.
35-37 Farthing Grove, Netherfield,
Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Every Thursday from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
NA meetings in/near Buckinghamshire
Oasis Partnership House, 100a Walton Street
Tuesday 7:30 pm
Thursday 7:30 pm
Saturday 7:30 pm
Old Tea Warehouse
Tuesday 8:00 pm
Methodist Church, King Street
Monday 7:45 pm
AA meetings in/Buckinghamshire
Unity House, 98 Walton street
Friday 6:30 pm
The Ark, 28 Risborough Road
Tuesday 7:30 pm
Church of the Holy Spirit
71 a Camborne Avenue, Bedgrove
Thursday 8:00 pm
Addiction Counselling in/near Buckinghamshire
Eclipse Counselling Services: Established in 1999, Eclipse provides free counselling and support for anyone who wants to make a full recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. They also provide support for sex addiction. Services are divided into counselling, parent support group, and parent courses and books to help parents learn how to help their children, who are struggling with addiction.
1 Bassett Court,
Youth Enquiry Service: This is a free and confidential service that offers information, support and counselling to young people, aged 13-25, who are residents of High Wycombe. If you can’t come in, you can phone or email and they will come to you. The advice they offer helps you make the right decision. They do not tell you what to do, nor are they judgmental.
Address: 52, Frogmoor, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Phone no: 01494437373
Local Govt Addiction Resources in Buckinghamshire
One Recovery Bucks: A partnership of Inclusion, the NHS, Connection Support, and Oasis Partnership. One Recovery Bucks wants to enable people to make positive changes, either to quit alcohol/drug abuse, or reduce intake. The team includes community connectors, recovery workers, doctors, nurses, recovery coaches, and peer mentors.
Services include needle exchange, outreach services, advice & information, group work, drop-in services, individual support, comprehensive assessment, early intervention, relapse prevention, motivational enhancement, prison liaison, signposting, recovery housing project, education, training, and employment.
1-4 Lewins Yard,
East Street, Chesham
South Bucks Drug and Alcohol Support: An initiative of the local council that provides information about where residents of Buckinghamshire can get help for drug/alcohol problems. It also includes information on how to cut back safely, and also provides information on psychoactive substances.
Capswood, Oxford Road, Denham
How Can I Get to and From Buckinghamshire?
The fastest route from Buckingham to Worthing is via the M40 and M25. You’ll pass through the A412, A43, A23 in West Sussex and the A27 in Worthing. Travel time is about two hours and 15 minutes. Remember, we offer a sober transport that can take you from your home to our rehab, and take you back home again after treatment.
If you’re coming in from London for rehab, there are several trains that commute between Marylebone to Aylesbury. It takes about one hour. Ticket prices start from £16.10 and you can save 43% when you book in advance.
Whether you’re driving, taking the train, or the bus, it’s easy to get around in Buckinghamshire. The council is well served by several motorways with the M40, M1 and M25 all passing through the county. If you’re coming in by air, there are several airports within a 90-minute drive. These include Birmingham, Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, and Stansted.
Coach travel is one of the simplest ways to get in and out of Buckinghamshire. National Express commutes between most of the major towns, including Aylesbury, Milton Keynes, High Wycombe, and Amersham. Popular commuter services include Great Western, London Midlands and Southern.