Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Hampshire

Alcohol rehab and drug rehab in Hampshire

If you or a loved one have ever dealt with addiction before, it can feel overwhelming if you don’t know where to look for help. The good news is that our treatment facility is a reasonable distance from Hampshire and can provide the help you need to recover. For support closer to home, you can access free addiction treatment provided by charities, government and private organisations. Residents of Hampshire also have access to free peer to peer support provided by support groups in and around the area.

Getting help for addiction goes beyond simply expelling all drug toxins from your system. There are various solutions to the problem of addiction and you’ll need to find the right one for you to recover successfully. To do so, you’ll need to have a basic understanding of your addiction. Online research is one way to find out all you can about addiction, but you’ll need to go further and call us today to get a professional assessment!

Services Offered by Recovery Lighthouse

Recovery Lighthouse is a fully-integrated rehab facility, located in West Sussex, approximately 63 miles from Hampshire. We are able to facilitate a rehabilitation programme alongside a full on-site medical detox within the same unit.

At Recovery Lighthouse, we offer dual diagnosis treatment and are able to handle cases of depression and other mental conditions, which may threaten to complicate recovery. We emphasise the need to maintain a rich and nutritious diet during treatment because a healthy mind and body is crucial for successful recovery. From detox to aftercare, we’ll help get you on the path to recovery and show you how to take care of yourself again.

Are you wondering what the process is like at our facility? You’ll get the benefits of:

• 24/7 care
• Third stage housing referrals
• Secondary care
• Residential Treatment
• Inpatient Rehabilitation
• Inpatient Medical Detox

Are you ready for world-class addiction treatment? Get in touch today – and we can arrange transportation to and from our facility as soon as possible.

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
  • An experienced team of doctors & therapists
  • Personalised rehabilitation programme
  • Look, feel, sleep better & regain confidence
  • Learn techniques for relapse prevention
  • Fitness and nutrition programme
  • One year complimentary aftercare support

The cons
• 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 Hampshire?

Detox and rehab starts from £834 to £2,750 per week depending on treatment length and clinic chosen

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Hampshire

Charities, local government and private organisations also make provision for addiction treatment and support in different capacities; they sometimes combine their efforts to provide addiction support for residents of Hampshire. In order to access these treatment services, the NHS suggests visiting your GP, where you can be referred to a local addiction service that can offer the support you need.

Addiction Support Groups in Hampshire

Some of the more popular addiction support groups in Hampshire include 12-step groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Others include:

  • Parent Support Link: this group provides information and support to those affected by another person’s addiction.
  • Carer Support Wiltshire (CSW): a charity that offers break opportunities, advice, information and support to carers of people with substance misuse issues.
  • IRIS Family Service: provides support and information for friends, carers and families of individuals with drug or alcohol problems.

NA meetings in/near Hampshire

  • Sunday 11:00 am – Men’s Meeting: Our Lady of Lourdes, Bransbury Road, Eastney, Portsmouth, PO4 9JY
  • Sunday 7:30 pm – Serenity Sunday: Rear Entrance, The Parish Office, 135 St Mary Street, Southampton, SO14 1NX
  • Monday 7:30 pm – Power in the Park: St Clare’s Church, Strouden Court, Warren Park, Havant, PO9 4JX
  • Tuesday 7:30 pm – Hope in Recovery: Cafe Imbizo, 171 West Street, Fareham, PO16 0EF
  • Wednesday 7:30 pm – Wecock Church, Kite Close, Wecock Farm, Waterlooville, PO8 9UJ

AA meetings in/near Hampshire

  • Chandlers Ford – Wednesday 2:00 pm – Fryern Hill Pavilion, Fryern Hill Recreation Ground, Greenways, SO53 2LE
  • Eastleigh A Fresh Start – Tuesday 8:00 pm – Holy Cross Church, 53 Leigh Rd, SO50 9DF
  • Winchester Step – Sunday 8:00 pm – Friends Meeting House, 16 Colebrook St, SO23 9LH
  • Bishops Waltham – Friday 7:45 pm – The Stables Centre, St Peters Church, Maypole Green (off Free St), SO32 1PW
  • Stockbridge Step – Wednesday 12:30 pm – New Kent Hill Scout Hall, Stockbridge High St, SO20 6EU

Addiction Counselling in/near Hampshire

Some addiction counselling services available in and around Hampshire include:

Local Government Addiction Resources in Hampshire

These services (and more) are accessible by referral from your GP’s office. However, you can opt for the self-referral option if you would rather not go through your GP.

How Can I Get to and from Hampshire?

By train, you’ll spend about an hour and 15 minutes making your way from Waterloo station in London to Alton in Hampshire. From Alton to the NA meeting at St Clare’s Church (at Strouden Court) it is approximately a 35-minute drive.

By car, London to Hampshire should take about an hour and a half via the M3 and through Slough, Camberley and Basingstoke.