Rehab in Surrey
Surrey is the third most populous county in South East England, with a population of 1.1 million. While associated with beautiful scenery and rural living, there is a darker side, a world where alcohol and drug addiction is becoming more prevalent. However, there are world-class facilities in Guildford such as the Primrose Lodge and others in neighbouring counties…
One option available to residents of Surrey who want to leave local temptations and triggers is the Recovery Lighthouse. Situated a mere 35miles from Surrey, our private detox & rehab facility in Worthing, Sussex has fast become the natural go-to recovery hub for those suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction in the south of England.
Services Offered by Recovery Lighthouse
Recovery Lighthouse is a modern rehab facility, offering world-class addiction treatment from a serene location in Worthing, West Sussex.
Our approach to treating addiction is holistic, which allows us to encompass the spiritual and psychological – as well as the physical – aspects of recovery. Our speciality lies in treating trauma as part of our addiction treatment programme. Our treatment and therapy approaches are as follows:
12-step the 12-step approach has proved its efficacy time and time again.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)is excellent for treating many behavioural and psychological issues relating to addiction.
Art therapy allows you to express your emotions and thoughts via a timeless medium of creativity.
Music therapy We have witnessed first-hand the incredible healing power of music.
Meditation not only does meditation lower blood pressure and regulate breathing, but it helps you focus your mind
Trauma therapy here we help you tackle addiction at its root, solve the core problem and in turn ensure long-term recovery.
We use these approaches to treat a wide range of addictions and psychological conditions. These include addictions to alcohol, sex, prescription drugs, gambling, illegal drugs, as well as eating disorders, trauma, dual diagnosis, depression, anxiety disorder and co-dependency.
Our facility is only a few miles away from Surrey and we make provide a free sober transport service to transfer you to and from your location. So, what are you waiting for? Get in touch with us today and don’t waste any more time suffering from addiction.
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 Surrey?
Addiction counselling 10 sessions for £1,000
10 day detox with therapy £3,500
14 day detox, rehab and therapy £4,495
28 day detox, rehab & therapy £8,450
84 day detox, rehab & therapy £21K
Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Surrey
Not everyone can afford private rehab, but there are still a number of free options you can take advantage of in Surrey. One of those is the range of services provided by the NHS, including outpatient treatment and even funding for rehab (where necessary).
The main problem with NHS related treatment is the waiting lists, which are often lengthy due to the limited funding and high demand.
Addiction Support Groups in Surrey
Addiction Counselling in/near Surrey
Some of the services that offer counselling in Surrey include:
• Kingston Carers’ Network (KCN)
Local Government Addiction Resources in Surrey
An easy way to find local government addiction services is by visiting your GP for a referral.
Surrey and Borders NHS Foundation Trust Substance Misuse provides evidence-based care for drug and alcohol-related issues for Surrey residents.
Referrals are via Farnham Road Hospital, Guildford.
The NHS has provided a direct helpline for anyone to contact with regards answers to addiction related questions they may have.
How Can I Get to and from Surrey?
If you’re making your way by train from London to Surrey, you can expect to spend approximately 30 minutes in transit from London Bridge to Surrey Quays, which shouldn’t cost more than £5 or so. However, Surrey Quays station is at least an hour away from many support group meetings.
It’s better to stop at Woking station instead, which is approximately 45 minutes from London Bridge. From Woking station to the NA meeting at 19 High Street is a seven-minute drive via Lockfield Drive, Woking Shopping Centre and Beefeater Bridge Barn. Also, the AA meeting at All Saints Church Centre in New Haw is only 12 minutes away from Woking station.