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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment in Hampshire

Addiction, we understand what it is and how difficult it can be for those suffering. Addiction impacts everyone, so if you or a loved one are struggling with drug or alcohol problems in Hampshire, we are here to help you.

Fortunately, there are plenty of high-quality free and private rehab options in and near Hampshire.

Here at UKAT, we provide private drug rehab and alcohol rehab to those living in Hampshire, our addiction clinics throughout the UK provide choice to those seeking addiction treatment. We’ve helped thousands of people throughout Hampshire break away from the cycle of drug and alcohol abuse, whether you live in Aldershot, Totton and Eling or Basingstoke, our rehab and detox facilities will help you or a loved one find recovery.

If private rehab is not an option for you, there are plenty of free drug and alcohol rehab services in areas including Winchester, Southampton and Portsmouth. We have put together a list of both free and private rehab services below, so that you can make an informed decision on treatment.

Addiction Treatment Services in Hampshire

If you believe that you or someone you love are at risk of harm as a result of addiction – or if you just want to get a few recommendations for treatment options and support groups in or near Hampshire, call us today so one of our confidential advisors can assist you.

Whether you’re suffering from an addiction to alcohol, illegal drugs, prescribed medication, food or gambling or a compulsive behaviour disorder such as co-dependency, our experienced assessment team will find the most suitable treatment centre for you near Hampshire.

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Private Rehabilitation

Serious addiction problems (and every addiction has the potential to become a very serious problem indeed) require substantial remedies, and it may be that the best chance of getting yourself on the road to recovery and a better life will be through a private rehabilitation programme.

Primrose Lodge is set in Surrey, just 45 miles (1 hour) from Hampshire. Our residential rehabilitation programme is highly structured and designed to engage patients in a variety of powerful treatment methodologies.

Primrose Lodge

Primrose Lodge offer full treatment for the mind, body and spirit, providing a unique programme that places our service above others in terms of healing the individual as a whole. Clients will be kept occupied and engaged in a full medical and therapeutic programme, whilst receiving high levels of support at all times. You can find out more about Primrose Lodge Treatment Services and arrange a visit.

We Provide:
  • Prescribed Medical Detoxification
  • Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation
  • Proven Counselling Treatments
  • Holistic Therapies
  • 12 Step Recovery Model
  • One-to-One & Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Trauma therapy
  • Psychiatric assessments
  • Dual diagnosis care
  • Aftercare & Ongoing Therapies
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • CQC Registered
  • 24-Hour Care

We also offer free group sessions for families or anyone closely connected to the individual.

These groups provide guidance and support network built and an understanding of addiction acquired. All of which can contribute to ongoing long-term recovery for both addicts and family members.

Call +44 2039 496 584 today to speak to one of our team

The Benefits of Private Rehab

Private rehab provides patients with:

  • Immediate admission to a safe and nurturing environment
  • Medical detox with 24/7 care & support
  • Overcome the root causes of addiction
  • Experienced team of doctors & therapists
  • Personalised rehabilitation programme
  • Look, feel, sleep better & regain confidence
  • Learn techniques for relapse prevention
  • 1 year complimentary aftercare support

Sober Transport Service

We understand that going into treatment can feel like a difficult time, which is why having to arrange transport from home to clinic can feel overwhelming. Our sober transport service works to ensure you or your loved one are taken from door to door safely and securely while supporting you along the way and affording the opportunity discuss any concerns you may have in a professional and understanding way.

What Does Rehab Cost?

The cost of rehab can vary considerably. Private rehab is usually priced at around £1,500 – £3,000 per week, but every organisation has its own pricing structure; if you want to find rates for specific facilities in or near Hampshire, we can help: call us and we can give you the information you need.

To find out further information on the cost of rehab enter your number below and one of our team will call you back

    What Treatment Services Are Offered by the NHS?

    Because private rehab isn’t an option for everyone (perhaps because of the cost or its implications for work and family life) it’s reassuring to know that there are a number of free NHS services in and near Hampshire for anyone wanting to tackle an addiction without going down the private rehab route.

    The service provides:

    • Recovery and care planning
    • Support for families
    • One-to-one support
    • Medication for opiate addiction
    • Stabilisation
    • Assessments for residential rehabilitation
    • Counselling and relapse prevention
    • Facilitation of rehabilitation
    • Motivational interviewing
    • Care management
    • Community detoxification

    Where are these Services Based?

    What Are the Pros and Cons of Free Addiction Treatment
    • The services are free of charge (some prescription charges may apply)
    • All patient information is confidential
    • You can get treatment in your locality
    • You may go through a lengthy admissions process
    • You might not be referred to residential rehab
    • You may be expected to go to different clinics/centres
    • You will be surrounded by local triggers & dealers
    • You may have limited access to your personal therapist
    • You may find it challenging to build an outpatient support network

    To discuss your options further please enter your telephone number below and one of our highly trained team will be in touch as soon as possible:

      Free Addiction Treatment Services Available in Hampshire

      Multiple alcohol and drug addiction services in Hampshire operate on behalf of the CGL. They are a good place to start for those looking for free treatment. There are two main services in Southampton.

      Southampton Alcohol Brief Intervention and Counselling Service

      Telephone:02380 717 171

      Address: 2 The Carronades, New Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 0AA

      Website: https://www.changegrowlive.org/

      Provides a range of support and advice services to people in order to reduce the harm caused by alcohol.

      Southampton Alcohol Brief Intervention and Counselling Service

      Telephone:023 8071 7171

      Address: The New Centre, 2 The Carronades, New Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 0AA

      Website: https://www.changegrowlive.org/

      Provides the open access single point of contact element of the service with a welcoming point of entry to treatment, assessment and a consistent care coordination role.


      Telephone:0300 124 0103

      Address: The Winchester Centre, St. George’s Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 8AH

      Website: https://www.hants.gov.uk/

      Provides high quality, evidence-based interventions underpinned by a psychological, clinical and behaviour change approach. Inclusion’s recovery rate for opiate users is 25% higher than the national average.

      MORPH – Southampton Voluntary Service

      Telephone:023 8021 6009

      Address:Kingsland Square, St Marys Street, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 1NW

      Website: https://www.southamptonvs.org.uk/

      They provide a wide range of services including specialist support, advice and training to our membership. We also provide and promote information to individuals and organisations on volunteering in the city.

      Addiction Support Groups near Hampshire

      Possibly as soon as you are through the immediate challenge of detoxification, you will probably find it useful to join a support group. Addiction support groups involve people struggling with, and/or in recovery from, substance abuse issues and are normally focused on a specific type of addiction, so group members can feel like they’re in an environment where their particular issues and experiences are understood.

      What is NA?
      NA (Narcotics Anonymous) is probably the most famous non-profit fellowship for people struggling with drug abuse and addiction. Everybody attending an NA meeting – which is free of charge – is trying to abstain from drug use, and to live a healthy and happy life by following the tenets of the organisation and with the support of fellow attendees.

      What is AA?
      AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is – similarly to NA – a non-profit fellowship for people whose lives have been seriously negative affected by the abuse of and/or addiction to alcohol and who are trying to stay sober.

      There are plenty of AA meetings held weekly in and around Hampshire, and AA’s world-famous 12-step programme has helped millions of people overcome addictions to alcohol which could very well otherwise have killed them.

      AA Meetings in Hampshire:

      AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is – similarly to NA – a non-profit fellowship for people whose lives have been seriously negative affected by the abuse of and/or addiction to alcohol and who are trying to stay sober.

      Winchester Step

      Friends Meeting House, 16 Colebrook St

      Sunday at 8 pm

      Chandlers Ford Young Persons

      St Edwards Church, 191-193 Winchester Rd

      Sunday at 6 pm

      Eastleigh A Fresh Start

      Holy Cross Church, 53 Leigh Rd

      Tuesday at 8 pm

      Alresford Topic

      John Pearson Hall, St John’s Church, West St

      Monday at 7:30 pm

      Bishops Waltham

      The Stables Centre, St Peters Church, Maypole Green, off Free St.

      Friday at 7:45 pm

      NA Meetings in Hampshire:
      Sundays at 11:00 am

      Our Lady Of Lourdes
      Bransbury Road
      PO4 9JY

      Women-only, Southsea
      Sundays 11:30 am

      Havelock Community Centre
      324 Fawcett Road
      PO4 0LQ

      Travelling to and from Hampshire

      Hampshire borders Wiltshire, West Berkshire, Surrey, West Sussex, and Dorset with much of its southern border taken up by the sea. It’s easy to find a quick route from the north with the M3 and the A34 granting access to all of the county. If you’re coming from Southern England, you can use either the A3(M) or the A27 which are a rather quick route to areas such as Bournemouth, Bognor Regis, and Bath. If you’re arriving from London, the М3 is a direct route.

      The South Western Railway trains provide services to and from Hampshire. Trains from London run from Waterloo Street.

      About Hampshire

      Hampshire or Hants, is a non-metropolitan and ceremonial county on the southern coast of England, United Kingdom. Hampshire is the most populous ceremonial county, with over half of its residence living with the South Hampshire conurbation, which consists of Southampton and Portsmouth. It neighbours Dorset to the west, Wiltshire to the north-west, Berkshire to the north, Surrey to the north-east and West-Sussex to the east.

      Hampshire is made up of 11 council districts and 2 unitary districts consisting of Gosport, Fareham, Winchester, Havant, East Hampshire, Hart, Rushmoor, Basingstoke and Deane, Test Valley, Eastleigh and the New Forest.

      Hampshire is known for its geographically and historic locations dated back tens of thousands of years. The Hampshire Basin is a geological basin of Palaeogene age which makes up most of the southern parts of the county. The county is also well known for its beautiful landscapes, the river Itchen and River Test for example, through to its diverse wildlife notably found within the New Forest.

      Find rehabilitation in Hampshire near you

      Are you from a city or town in Hampshire and want to know what the options are locally to you? Check out the following pages to find out more about rehab in different parts of Hampshire: