Addiction begins in many ways, but most addicts are unable to pinpoint the exact moment when they moved from recreational use to becoming a full-blown addict. Addiction is characterised by repetitive use, an inability to quit on your own, continued use even when you know the negative consequences, lying about the severity of your addiction, hiding drug use, violent outbursts, and irrational mood swings.
The wonderful news is that we can help you get your life back and break free from addiction. Most illicit substances affect both your physical and mental health. Through the application of an evidence-based, personalised treatment plan, a rehab centre can remove the drugs from your system, reverse most of the effects of said addiction, help you understand why you abused drugs in the first place, and teach you coping skills to ensure you maintain abstinence after treatment.
Get started by calling a free helpline today, and drug counsellors will guide you to the next step.
Recovery Lighthouse is a CQC registered rehab in West Sussex. We have a long history of helping individuals who want to recover from addiction and mental health issues. Most of our staff are former addicts who have maintained abstinence for a long time, and are passionate about using their experience with addiction to help you get better.
Our services include:
The distance from London to Worthing is 50 miles. We offer a sober transport service that can take you from your London residence to our rehab facilities. We also take you home after you’ve completed treatment. If you’re in the capital, going to rehab in London may seem like the only option, but going to rehab outside of your usual area is sometimes the better choice.
Call now for treatment options.
• 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
Detox and rehab starts from £834 to £2,750 per week depending on treatment length and clinic chosen
The Lambeth Early Intervention and Prevention Service: Alongside the Council and CCG, LEIPS works to help adults improve their quality of life. Services include reduced alcohol consumption, quit smoking, eat healthy food, be physically active, manage your weight, and complete the Expert Patients Programme, to improve quality of life.
Action on Addiction – Hope House: Hope House is a comfortable, safe residence for women who are recovering from substance dependence to receive support for addiction and compulsive disorders. The service is for those who have undergone detox and need further support. The programme lasts from three to six months and is suitable for adult women.
Cranstoun – City Roads: This is a residential detox, stabilisation, and crisis intervention service for adults who require detox from drugs/alcohol, or have severe health issues resulting from substance misuse. Services include group therapy, individual counselling, recovery meetings, medically supervised detox, activities, and workshops.
Blackfriars CDAT Family Support Group: The support group is for residents of Southwark. The idea is for family members and carers, who have had experiences or are affected by a loved one’s drug/alcohol, use to interact, get support, and share information.
Latin America House
10 Kingsgate Place
Sunday 11:30 am
No 6 Kingsgate Community Centre,
107 Kingsgate Road
Thursday 10:00 am
Hounslow Cornerstone Seventh-day Adventist Church,
178 Heston Road
Sunday 11:30 am
66 Westow Street
Monday 8:00 pm
St Stephen’s Church,
111 College Road
Wednesday 7:30 pm
East Dulwich Community Centre,
46-50 Darrell Road
Sunday 7:00 pm
Metro Youth: This is a crisis drop-in centre for LGBTQ youth. Services include individual support, group sessions, advice & information concerning sexual health, drugs and alcohol. The service is for young people no older than 25.
Address: 141 Greenwich High Road, London
Phone no: 02083055000
Thames Reach – The Greenhouse: The centre provides free healthcare services, welfare and housing advice for homeless individuals in Hackney. This includes rough sleepers who have poor mental health, alcohol/drug problems, and those struggling to keep a roof over their head. Other services include TB screening, GP registration, benefits and welfare support, needle collection service, translation services for EU residents, links to support services, legal and debt advice.
Address: 19 Tudor Road, Hackney, London
Phone no: 02085104490
WDP – Recovery London: This is a combination of the Core Trust and Seventy4 Foundation. The projects combine to deliver excellent addiction group work and counselling service. Treatments are abstinence-based and tailored to fit the needs of the service user, as well provide direct support to family members and children. They also offer specialist support for those who have co-occurring disorders.
Address: Lisson Cottages, 35a Lisson Grove, London
Phone no: 02072330400
RESET: An integrated service that provides treatment for Tower Hamlet adult residents dealing with drug/alcohol abuse. Services include comprehensive assessment, advice & information, alcohol detox, inpatient treatment, counselling, testing and immunisation for HIV and Hepatitis B and C, referral to specialised support services, counselling and support for individuals suffering domestic violence.
Address: Beaumont House, Mile End Hospital, Bancroft Road, London
Camden Health Improvement Practice: A multidisciplinary team that provides primary health care to individuals dealing with substance abuse and homeless people in Camden. They provide walk-in services at CHIP, but you might have to wait if your case is not deemed a medical emergency, especially during busy periods. CHIP has a strict prescribing policy that all doctors and nurses follow. They must first register with CHIP before they can access services.
Address: Basement of Margarete Centre, 108 Hampstead Road, London
Phone no: 02033176075
Hackney Young People’s Substance Misuse: This service is for young people who have questions about drug and alcohol abuse, but have no one to ask. The programme informs you of the negative effects of drugs, what happens when you’re under the influence, and how to help a friend you suspect is abusing drugs/alcohol. The address is private but they engage with young people at schools, in the community, and at home.
Phone no: 02083567377
Trains, coaches, taxis, uber and of course our sober transport service can get you safely and securely to and from our rehab clinic in Worthing, West Sussex.