Wiltshire is a landlocked county in the south west of England, bordering the counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Somerset, and Dorset. If you need it, you won’t have to delay starting addiction treatment for long, because the county and its adjoining areas have a wealth of addiction resources and treatment services that you and your loved ones can benefit from, including services provided by the local government, and others provided by charities and private organisations.
With the right guidance, you’ll be able to find the right treatment option for you or a loved one. There are 12 step support groups, where you can learn from others who have been through what you are currently suffering, and there are one-to-one counselling services designed to help you get back on track as soon as possible.
Private rehabs are also available, including Recovery Lighthouse. Our facility caters to residents of Wiltshire and neighbouring counties. Read on to discover the myriad of addiction treatment options available to you in and around Wiltshire.
Recovery Lighthouse is a high-quality treatment facility situated in a tranquil setting in Worthing, West Sussex. We ensure that your time in our facility is as comfortable as can be. We do this while also charging lower prices than a typical luxury facility, allowing you to enjoy the best of homely comforts and quality treatment, even on a tight budget.
At Recovery Lighthouse, we understand that addiction does not affect only one person, but that it also affects everyone around you, particularly your close family and friends. We offer a robust family programme, designed to help your loved ones recover from the damage they have equally suffered as a result of your addiction. If family relationships have been strained, we can offer a counsellor-guided family conference.
What else will you get if you choose Recovery Lighthouse?
Our facility is about miles from 111 miles Wiltshire via the A27. We can pick you up from your location anywhere in the county, and take you back home upon completion of treatment.
• 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 Wiltshire Substance Misuse Services’ goal is to support you with a tailored treatment plan based on various interventions offered by the service. The Wiltshire Addiction Support Project works closely with Turning Point to deliver this service.
Part Ground Floor and First Floor, The Halve, Wiltshire, Trowbridge, BA14 8SA.
Phone: 01225 718 980
WASP provides support for drug and alcohol users. The service is unique because it’s staffed by people who have been able to successfully leave behind a life of drugs and/or alcohol.
Beaufort Mansions, 55-57 Stallard Street, Wiltshire, Trowbridge, BA14 8GD.
Phone: 01225 775558
This service provides a brief residential programme, counselling, and support groups for family members and friends who have to deal with a loved one’s addiction.
Jill Cunningham House, East Knoyle, Wiltshire, Salisbury, SP3 6BE.
Phone: 01747 832 015
This organisation offers counselling and support via their Listening Support Services for young people and children, between the ages of 10 and 25.
The Open House Centre, Manvers Street, Somerset, Bath, BA1 1JW.
Phone: 01225 312 481
Website: www.offtherecord-banes.co.uko and From Wiltshire?
By train, the journey from the London Eye to Salisbury Station in Wiltshire should take approximately one hour and 45 minutes. From the station to the NA Step Meeting in United Reformed Church, Fisherton Street, you’ll only have to walk for about 5 minutes.
On your way, you can stop for a bite to eat either at the Shah Jahan or Anokaa. Another good station to stop at is Trowbridge Station, which is only a 9-minute walk from the Wilshire Council and within minutes of other addiction treatment solutions in the area.