Rehab in The West Midlands

If you’re in the West Midlands and have been abusing alcohol and/or drugs, you no longer have to be imprisoned in the cage of your own addiction because treatment options are available that can help you break free. Withdrawal symptoms can make the recovery process scary but medical detoxes at the Recovery Lighthouse are approved by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

It is important that you seek help for your substance abuse because ignoring it can lead to devastating consequences. The implications of substance misuse cut across both the health and social spheres, which can affect your personal life and career, and also create a rift in your relationship with others. We will guide you in the right direction to recovery, as well as the services we offer via our rehab.

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Services At The Recovery Lighthouse

Our rehab centre, Recovery Lighthouse, is one of the most advanced addiction treatment facilities in the UK. Located in Worthing in West Sussex, and just a little more than 150 miles away via the A34 or M40, our rehab is perfectly situated in an environment that can provide the necessary seclusion from distractions and local temptations and triggers you may experience if you rehabilitated in the West Midlands. We also provide the comfort that will help you concentrate on your recovery. We can also arrange professional sobert transport to bring you to and from our clinic, to ease the stress of driving down yourself or navigating public transport.

The addictions we treat at Recovery Lighthouse include addiction to drugs, both legal and illegal, alcohol addiction, codependency, which involves addiction to more than one substance; dual diagnosis treatment for the simultaneous occurrence of substance misuse and a mental disorder; depression, which could be a result of substance abuse; and other forms of addictions including sex, gaming, gambling and internet addiction.

We provide an integrated alcohol and drug detoxification, which will stabilise you as your body gets rid of the substance you have abused. This treatment is carried out by medical professionals with expertise and experience when it comes to withdrawal and detox. You will be monitored round-the-clock throughout the duration of your detox, which will last for a week.

Once detox is over, you’ll go on to rehab, where the psychological issues relating to your addiction will be addressed. This includes tackling the reasons that led you to first take drugs and alcohol, and the resulting effects. We go a long way to make sure your treatment effectively carries you to recovery, by making our facility conducive and comfortable, with modern living facilities and bespoke treatment plans.

Our rehab programme involves a number of holistic therapies:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Family recovery programme
  • Fitness programme
  • Meditation
  • Aftercare

We have added amenities such as Wi-Fi, spacious single bedrooms with modern decors, a gym, and state-of-the-art kitchen and dining. These, as well as our treatment programmes and arrangements, will make your rehabilitation more exciting.

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

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 challengingion

How Much Does Rehab Cost?

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

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options

CGL – The Beacon Recovery Service is a drug and alcohol service that provides support to individuals affected by alcoholism or drug addiction. It also provides help to friends and families affected by the behaviours of the addicts in their family.

Recovery Near You – Wolverhampton Substance Misuse Service: This service is targeted at people who want to kick their drug or drinking habits in the city of Wolverhampton. You can refer yourself, or a loved one, going through the ordeal of substance misuse.

Addiction Support Groups in the West Midlands

Narcotics Anonymous: This is also a mutual aid group that is guided by 12-step therapy. However, unlike AA, it mainly involves individuals recovering from different types of drug addictions. Meetings are also free, and are held regularly across different parts of the county.

AA meetings in/near West Midlands

Alcoholics Anonymous: This involves individuals, around the world, who are recovering from compulsive alcohol consumption. Group meetings are held weekly across different venues in the West Midlands. This mutual aid group is guided by the 12-step programme, and are spearheaded by fellow recovering addicts.

Addiction Counselling in/near the West Midlands

Counselling after treatment is important to keep your psychological resolve to remain clean strong. There are counsellors in the West Midlands who are trained in addiction and substance misuse treatment, who can provide help during your post-rehab days.

Private counselling services aren’t free, as they tend to charge by the hour. However, they can be a great alternative to public services if you want to avoid the restrictions and strict schedules when it comes to gaining access to free therapy.

You can find a licensed counsellor close to you through online directories, and websites of counselling societies.

Online resources include:

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

Counselling UK

Local Govt Addiction Resources in the West Midlands

Reach Out Recovery: This is a free alcohol and drugs misuse service provided by Change, Grow, Live, for people affected in Birmingham. The service is offered across the county in a range of community settings, and the team is made up of doctors, nurses, recovery coordinators, peer mentors, recovery champions, and volunteers.

SIFA (Supporting Independence from Alcohol) Fireside: SIFA is a charity, based in Birmingham, that provides support to those battling with drinking problems and faced with homelessness.

How Can I Get To and From West Midlands?

By Car

The West Midlands is well served by a network of motorways and internal urban roads. The M1 and M40 from London provide connections to the county, with the M6 providing connections to Walsall and Wolverhampton. The A38(M), as well as other roads, connect to the M6 to carry traffic to Birmingham.

By Train

There are more than 65 railway stations in the West Midlands, with train lines coming from different parts of the country, including London, Nottingham, Surrey, and Doncaster.