Addiction doesn’t just hurt the person taking harmful substances. It also affects family members and everyone around them that cares about their wellbeing. When dependency occurs, the world of someone with addiction shrinks to a point in which they can only focus on the next drink or drug intake, and the euphoric feeling derived from the substance. Despite how much they may care about others in their life, spouses, children, parents, work, and activities previously enjoyed take a back seat to the world of active addiction.
Rehab centres can help you overcome addiction and re-integrate back into your former life and society in general. Through the application of medical detox, psychotherapy, and a serene, therapeutic environment, you can and will make a full recovery, repair relationships, learn relapse prevention skills, until you’ve regained full control of your life.
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Recovery Lighthouse is a 13-bedroom rehabilitation facility, that is passionate about helping clients overcome their addiction. Our bedrooms are decorated to a high standard, to ensure you’re more than comfortable during your stay. Our treatment is fully integrated, with a medically supervised detox, and a rehabilitation programme in the same unit.
We offer each client a personalised treatment plan, designed to fit your treatment needs because we understand that every patient exhibits unique symptoms and has different needs. The treatment takes into account your physical health, mental health, and your personal input to ensure it is comprehensive.
Some of our services include:
The distance from Oxfordshire to Worthing is 100 miles, which takes approximately two hours by car.
Address: 18 Winchester Road, Worthing, West Sussex
Phone no: 02037339983
• 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
14-day detox, rehab and therapy £5,700
28-day detox, rehab & therapy £10,450
84-day detox, rehab & therapy £25,080
SMART Howard House Project:
This is a 10-bed resident service in Oxford. Services are provided in partnership with the Oxfordshire County Council. Their residential treatment provides a safe and therapeutic environment for Oxford residents who need help with drug and alcohol addiction. The programme lasts up to 12 weeks and is a combination of psychotherapy and medical detox.
Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Services – Harm Minimisation Service: The Harm Minimisation Service by Oxford Health NHS, in partnership with Oasis, is a service for individuals who are not ready to quit alcohol completely or work towards abstinence.
Al-Anon Oxford: Al-Anon Family Group provides support to family members, partners, carers, and loved ones affected by another person’s drinking. The group believes that alcoholism affects the entire family, and by attending meetings regularly, members share their experiences, strength, hope, and understanding with each other.
Address: West Oxford Community Centre, Botley Road, Oxford
Wednesday 1:00 pm
Carers Oxfordshire: Services are provided by the Oxfordshire County Council’s Customer Service Centre, Action for Carers, and Rethink. Services include information about training opportunities, support for registering as a carer, telephone support, support for signing up for the Emergency Carer Support service, face to face visits, peer support groups, signposting services, and more.
Address: Carers Oxfordshire, PO Box 780, Oxford
Phone no: 03450507666
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit support group, consisting of individuals who are struggling with substance abuse. They follow the 12-step model developed by Alcoholic Anonymous. Narcotics Anonymous is not affiliated with any organisation – nor does it charge fees to its members. Membership is open to all addicts, irrespective of religion, age, class, race or gender. Meetings are guided on the principle of anonymity to allow members to attend meetings without the fear of being exposed or suffering a potential backlash.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a 12-step programme for individuals trying to recover from alcohol addiction. Participants follow defined recovery steps to reach their recovery goals and maintain long-term abstinence from alcohol. The programme is based on a spiritual approach that believes healing comes from a higher power. Members subsequently admit they have no power over alcohol.
Ley Community – Therapeutic Programme: This is a recovery model of intervention. The main programme is Phase One, which lasts up to 26 weeks. Some service users will have the opportunity of progressing to Phase Two, which lasts for two weeks. During this stage, you will gain work experience through volunteering opportunities, before getting a full-time job and moving on to independent living.
Address: Sandy Croft, 26 Sandy Lane, Kidlington, Oxford
Phone no: 01865378600
SMART Open Access Service: The Open Access Service provides a welcoming environment for service users who have issues with drugs and alcohol. When you arrive, you’re welcomed by volunteers and staff, who will discuss your plans, and offer advice about substance abuse and the type of support services that are currently available.
Address: SMART Open Access Service, Unity House, Walton Street, Aylesbury
Phone no: 03001233166
Aquarius Young People Service – Bicester Early Intervention Hub: The government partners with Aquarius to deliver services for children and young people in Oxfordshire, who are affected by a family member’s alcohol/drug use.
Address: The Courtyard Youth Arts Centre, Launton Road, Bicester
Phone no: 01865328470
Turning Points Roads to Recovery: This is a countywide integrated drug and alcohol service. They offer support to adults throughout Oxfordshire from different recovery hubs. Turning Points works closely with other agencies to ensure that every resident can access their services. Services are delivered from various hubs throughout Oxfordshire
Address: Oxford Hub, Turning Point Oxford, Rectory Centre, 27-29 Rectory Road
Phone no: 01865261690
The fastest route from Oxfordshire to Worthing is via the M25. It’s a distance of 115 miles and takes around 2 hours and 13 minutes. The route passes through the B1450, A40, M40, A23 and A127 to Broadwater Road in Worthing.
If you’re coming in from London, several trains depart from London Marylebone and London Paddington. Ticket prices start from £25.60 but you can enjoy a 43% discount if you book in advance.
Getting around Oxfordshire is easy, with a good network of buses, trains, taxis, and cycles. There is an excellent bus service in Oxford, and the major bus stop is on Magdalen Street. If you’re not at the main bus stop, you have to hail the bus by waving at the driver. Popular companies include City Sightseeing Bus, Oxford Bus Company, and Stagecoach.
Chiltern Railway commutes from London Marylebone to Haddenham & Thame, Oxford Parkway, Princess Risborough, Bicester Village, Islip and Oxford Station.