Alcohol and drug rehab near Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk

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  • Drug statistics in and around Bury St. Edmunds
  • Why opt for rehab in Bury St Edmunds?

How can rehab centres help the people in and around Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK?

Considering the steady rise in drug-related offences around the country, a large part of the community, especially the younger age group, needs counselling and awareness about the hazards of these harmful addictions. Rehabilitation Centres which are easily accessible to every member of society are the need of the hour. Rehabs offer a wide range of help and support for alcohol and drug addiction, mental disorders related to drug addiction, eating disorders, behavioural issues and cognitive and holistic therapies. As a society, it is essential to have a medically equipped and well-maintained rehab facility to help build a better community.

The best rehabilitation centres in and around Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, UK

Alcohol or drug addiction involving street drugs, prescription drugs or narcotics can severely affect your physical and mental health. It is also heartbreaking to see several people suffer due to the unhealthy habits of a selected few. If you are on the verge of quitting your addiction but are unsure of your next step, we advise you to register with a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre. Choosing the right rehab centre for a complete makeover of your life can be daunting, but a few points may help you decide better.

A good rehab centre should have:

  • 24 x 7 help and support
  • Need-based treatment plan
  • It should be away from triggers
  • Aftercare plans
  • Expert medical help in case of relapse

Comfortable and luxurious UKAT rehabilitation centres in and around Bury St. Edmunds, UK

If you are looking for a private rehabilitation centre in the UK but do not know how to approach it, UKAT will help you get admission today. UKAT has seven luxurious rehabilitation facilities spread across the country. The admission process at UKAT is straightforward. With a total of 190 beds, opulent residences, and spacious outdoors, you will never feel uncomfortable or out of place at a UKAT facility. We also make it a point to involve our recovered ex-rehab members who now live happy healthy everyday lives. In case of any queries, contact a UKAT centre today.

Some of the nearest UKAT centres to Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, are:

Sanctuary Lodge

The clinical facility is located in the beautiful English countryside. It is only 25 miles away from Bury. You will need to drive for 46 minutes to reach the Sanctuary Lodge. Some of the facilities available here are:

  • The clinical facility is located in the beautiful English countryside
  • Family support groups
  • Medical staff specially trained in rehabilitation
  • Complete medical assessment and treatment
  • BUPA recognised facility

Liberty House

It is situated 64 miles away from Bury St Edmunds, and you may need to drive one hour and 24 minutes to get here. Liberty house recovery clinic offers:

  • Personalised treatment plans
  • Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Secluded and beautiful surroundings
  • Treatments for other co-occurring disorders
  • Art and music therapy

Banbury Lodge

Located about 110 miles, it is a two-hour 15 minutes drive from Bury St. Edmunds to Banbury Lodge.

Banbury Lodge offers:

  • Treatment for eating disorders
  • Treatment for teenage addictions
  • Free lifetime aftercare
  • Luxury residences with en-suite bathrooms
  • Spacious outdoors

Free groups and meetings for drug and alcohol addiction in and around Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk

In case you are looking for free meetings or group events in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA), or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), then the following list can help:

Bury St Edmunds As Bill Sees It

Time: 13.00 Friday
Address: Oddfellows, 85 Whiting St
Postcode: IP33 1NX

Bury St Edmunds Step & Tradition

Time: 18.00 Saturday
Address: Oddfellows Hall, 85 Whiting St
Postcode: IP33 1NX

Bury St Edmunds Share

Time: 19.30 Thursday
Address: Trinity Methodist Church, Brentgovel St.
Postcode: IP33 1EB

Bury St Edmunds. We Are Not Saints

Time: 08.30, Sunday
Address: Wilcrofts Cafe, 13 Brentgovel St
Postcode: IP33 1EB

The problem has been removed

Time: Monday, 19:30
Address: Abundant Life Church, Lakenheath Village Back St,
Postcode: Brandon IP27 9HF

Ely Cocaine Anonymous

Time: Saturday, 19:30
Address: Ely Methodist Church, 13 – 15 Chapel St
Postcode: Ely CB6 1AD

Cocaine Anonymous

Friday, 19:30
Address: Chesterton Methodist Church, Green End Rd,
Postcode: Cambridge CB4 1RW

Experience, Strength and Hope

Time: Monday, 19:00 ~ 20:15
Bury St Edmunds
Postcode: IP33 1SJ

Living Clean

Time: Tuesday, 19:15 ~ 20:30
Bury St. Edmunds
Postcode: IP32 6AH

Step & Tradition Meeting

Time: Wednesday, 19:30 ~ 21:00
Bury St. Edmunds
Postcode: IP32 6AH

The No Matter What Club

Time: Friday, 18:15 ~ 19:30
Bury St. Edmunds
Postcode: IP33 1SJ

What Are the drug statistics in and around Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk?

The number of admissions in hospitals for drug-related mental health and behavioural disorders in Suffolk county for the year 2019/20 stands at 830 admissions (corresponding to 121/100,000 residents) whereas the alcohol-related admissions were pegged at 1,507/100,000 residents. The number is increasing from the previous years. Additionally, substance misuse amongst 15-to-25-year-olds has also seen a considerable increase.

During the pandemic, alcohol-related deaths in Suffolk reached a 15-year high, with 82 alcohol-specific deaths and 273 alcohol-related deaths reported in 2020. Drug-related deaths in Suffolk were also at a 4-year high in 2020, with 46 deaths reported across the county.

Why should you opt for an alcohol and drug rehabilitation centre in and around Bury St. Edmunds?

Bury St. Edmunds is a historical town having a cathedral and civil parish. It lies in Suffolk county. A large part of the town’s economy is based on tourism. With a millennium worth of history and the imposing St. Edmundsbury Cathedral, the town wears a quiet, peaceful aura. Bury is well connected to all the major neighbouring towns via railways.

If you are in Bury St. Edmunds, it is very easy to enrol in any of the alcohol and drug de-addiction centres around. Get Help Now!

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