Addiction can always be treated. Most of the damage it has caused during use can be reversed through access to comprehensive addiction treatment. To get help for addiction, you must first admit that you have a problem and that you require professional help to get better.
Rehabilitation includes detox to remove harmful toxins from your body, counselling to help you understand why you started abusing drugs/alcohol, and coping skills to avoid triggers and temptations when they come up.
Addiction is a degenerative cycle that only gets worse with each day that passes. Rehab centres in the UK are equipped with highly-trained doctors, nurses, recovery workers, drug counsellors, and therapists who can help you get better.
Recovery Lighthouse is a state of the art, 13-bedroom drug and alcohol rehab in the quiet area of Worth, West Sussex. We offer fully integrated treatment to ensure all your addiction treatment needs related to detox and rehabilitation are all offered on the same premises.
We have a history of helping clients who come to us in their hour of need. Some of our counsellors are ex-addicts, who use their experience with addiction to help you make a full recovery.
We incorporate a holistic approach, that treats each patient as a whole, to ensure treatment is comprehensive. Recovery Lighthouse is one of the of the few UK rehabs that caters to the addiction treatment needs of young people, aged 16-18, especially those who are dealing with eating disorders and other addictions.
The distance from Hertfordshire to Worthing is 100 miles via the M25. We offer a sober transport service that can take you from your home to our rehab centre, and take you home again after you’ve completed treatment.
Address: 18 Winchester Road,
Worthing, West Sussex
• 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 start from £834 to £2,750 per week depending on the length of treatment and the chosen clinic.
The Living Room – St Albans: The Living Room is a recognised recovery charity in Hertfordshire, staffed by trained counsellors who’ve had their own past experiences with addiction.
Address: Rear of 156 Hatfield Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Phone no: 01727854479
CGL Spectrum Watford: Spectrum Herford works with adults who want to access support for alcohol/drug misuse. Services include drug/alcohol, needle exchange, talk therapies, screening and vaccinations for BBV, holistic recovery plan, rehabilitation support and much more…
Address: 18 Station Road, Watford, Hertfordshire
Phone no: 01923222889
Carers in Hertfordshire: They provide free and confidential information and support to the family, friends, and carers who provide care for a loved one who abuses drug/alcohol.
Carers in Hertfordshire also offer free training and workshops to help you provide better care for your loved ones, as well as learning events to ensure you live a quality life outside of caring.
Address: The Red House, 119 Fore Street, Wilbury Way, Herford
Phone no: 01992586969
Parental Drug Awareness Service: A free and confidential service that offers support, advice, and information to carers and parents worried about their wards’ alcohol and drug misuse.
They also ensure that families can access support from universal agencies to meet their needs and feel happier with the support they’ve received.
Address: Ludwick Family Club, Hall Grove, Welwyn Garden City
Phone no: 01707393934, 07442492482
Barnet Recovery Centre:
Services include Open Access, needle exchange, BBV interventions, access to prescribing, comprehensive assessment, abstinence-based services, housing and benefit support, community detox, key working, women services, family support, access to residential rehab and detox, peer mentoring, education, training, and employment support.
Address: Ground Floor, Dennis Scott Unit, Edgware Community Hospital, Edgware
Phone no: 03003032866
This is a free and confidential service provided by Blenheim CDP. They provide recovery-focused information, advice, and structured treatment to individuals who have problems with drug and alcohol abuse.
Address: 12 Centre Way, Claverings Industrial Estate, Montagu Road, Edmonton, London
Phone no: 02083796010
Adolescent Drug & Alcohol Service Hertfordshire: ADASH offers support, comprehensive assessment, and confidential advice to young people aged 18 and below, who have a drug or alcohol problem. Those who access the service must either attend school in Hertfordshire or have a Hertfordshire GP.
Address: Down Farm Centre, 2a Mcdonald Court, High View, Hatfield
Phone no: 01992531917
If you’re attending our rehab in Worthing, it’s a two-hour drive from Hertfordshire via the M25. The route follows the A1 (M), N Orbital Road, M25, A414, M25, M23 and A27 to Broadwater in Worthing.
There are several trains from the London Underground Zone 1-6 to Hertford North. The journey lasts between 43 minutes to an hour. Book in advance to enjoy a 43% discount when you travel.
Getting around Hertfordshire is easy. The county is well connected by buses, taxis, cycles and rails. The Uno Bus service commutes around North London and Hertfordshire. It is centralised around the University of Hertfordshire, so, the bus stops at de Havilland and College Lane campuses are good for exploring the area.
Trains from the southern part of the county serve some parts of London. Welwyn and Stevenage run trains to Kings Cross, Harpenden, and St Albans, which run trains to St Pancras and Watford. Hempstead runs trains to London Euston.