Drug and alcohol rehab in Guildford

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  • Free addiction support groups in Guildford
  • How much does alcohol or drug rehab cost?
  • How to help a loved one into rehab

Alcohol and drug addiction is a major problem in Guildford, with thousands of people struggling every day. However, Guildford and Surrey, in general, also have some of the best treatment facilities anywhere in the country, so there is real help available.

On this page, we will discuss everything you need to know about addiction treatment in Guildford, including what to expect from rehab, tips for choosing the right treatment centre and how to help a loved one with an addiction.

Choosing a drug or alcohol rehab centre in Guildford

There are many rehabs to choose from in Guildford, but it is important to do your research before you make a decision. The first thing you should check is whether the facility is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). This organisation regulates healthcare providers in England and ensures that they meet certain standards. You can check the CQC ratings of all our UKAT treatment centres here to help you make the right choice.

Nearest UKAT centres to Guildford

It is important to look at the location of the rehab and consider whether it is a good fit for you. Our closest centres to Guildford are listed below:

Primrose Lodge Guildford

Primrose Lodge rehab centre is located right in Guildford and provides holistic rehab treatment for residents from both Guildford and the surrounding areas. The rehab care centre is the perfect setting for undergoing addiction treatment with en-suite rooms, a private gym and a holistic recovery programme.

This includes one-to-one and group therapy sessions, family support therapy and free aftercare for a year. Primrose Lodge is also recognised by both AXA and BUPA private health insurance to help pay for your stay. Visit the Primrose Lodge Guildford website for more information.

Sanctuary Lodge Essex

If you want to get away from Guildford to focus on your recovery, Sanctuary Lodge Essex is another excellent choice. Just 60 miles from Surrey down the M25, Sanctuary Lodge has some of the UK’s best facilities, including a fully-equipped gym, a private gym and the country’s best addiction treatment professionals.

Sanctuary Lodge provides all clients with a holistic treatment programme, including one-to-one and group therapy, family therapy and free aftercare for life. Visit the Sanctuary Lodge Essex website for more information.

Liberty House Luton

Another great option is Liberty House Luton which is just 55 miles the other way up the M25 from Guildford. Located on extensive grounds on a quiet suburban street, Liberty House provides the highest standards of care, a range of therapies, family group therapy and free aftercare for a year.

Visit the Liberty House Luton website for more information.

Free addiction support groups in Guildford

Guildford Big Book Recovery

Day: Monday
Friends Meeting House, 3 Ward St
Time: 19.45
Duration: 1hr 30mins
Distance: 0 miles
Postcode: GU1 4LH

Guildford Newcomers – Living Sober

Day: Tuesday
The Salvation Army, Woodbridge Rd
Time: 19.30
Duration: 1hr 15mins
Distance: 0 miles
Postcode: GU1 4QQ

Guildford After 8

Day: Friday
United Reformed Church, 83 Portsmouth Rd
Time: 20.00
Duration: 1hr
Distance: 0 miles
Postcode: GU2 4BS

Guildford Step & Tradition

Day: Sunday
St John Church & Centre, 222 Epsom Rd, Merrow
Time: 18.00
Duration: 1hr 15mins
Distance: 2 miles
Postcode: GU4 7AA

How much does alcohol or drug rehab cost in Guildford?

A major decision you will need to make is between private rehab or NHS treatment. While private rehab in Guildford is more expensive than NHS treatment, it does offer some advantages.

For example, you will have more choice in terms of the type of treatment you receive and the level of care you receive. The NHS is only able to provide outpatient treatment, which is unable to create the holistic treatment environment which is often so crucial for effective recovery. It also makes it very difficult if you need medically assisted detox because the NHS is unable to offer the round-the-clock supervision and support required.

You will also be able to access private treatment more quickly than you would on the NHS. Government cuts mean that NHS services have been badly under-resourced and oversubscribed for years, and the NHS waiting lists in Surrey are between 10 and 30 weeks and Redwood Centre, Farnham Road Hospital in Guildford has a 25-day waiting list for a routine appointment to assess whether you can access treatment support, whereas private treatment could see you booked into rehab within a few days. If you have any worries about funding private treatment, get in touch with us, and we can discuss your options.

How to help a loved one into rehab

If you have a loved one who is struggling with an addiction, it can be difficult to know how to help them. The most important thing you can do is to encourage them to seek professional help. If you need advice on how to approach the topic, get in touch with us, and we will be able to guide you.

You can also offer your support by attending family therapy sessions or AA meetings in and around Guildford. These groups can help your loved one deal with their addiction, can provide you with practical advice and emotional support and give you the tools you need to help them.

If you are worried about your loved one or they are showing signs of substance abuse or addiction, get in touch with us, and we will be able to offer you all the support and advice you need.

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