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Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment in Gloucestershire
It might seem strange to think of Gloucestershire as being an area plagued by drug and alcohol abuse – but, unfortunately, no corner of the country is immune, and in both rural and urban parts of the county substance abuse and addiction are rife. Though from many perspectives the forecast can seem a gloomy one, there is a silver lining: Gloucestershire is home to a good variety of resources for anyone looking for help with their drug or alcohol addiction, so don’t give up hope. If you’re in or near Gloucestershire and looking for support for yourself or a loved one, read on for a guide to the relevant facilities and organizations near you.
Addiction Treatment Services in Gloucestershire?
Working out which treatment organisation and/or facility is right for you can seem like a huge challenge when there are so many free and private treatment options in Gloucestershire. This is where we can help: if you believe you or a loved one are in danger because of drug and/or alcohol addiction, call us today so one of our confidential advisors can help!
There are a number of services being offered through the NHS, charities (including NA and AA), as well as private rehabilitation for those requiring urgent admission.
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.
Banbury Lodge is situated one county over in the stunning Oxfordshire country. It is just one hour from Gloucestershire, and offers a variety of treatments to ensure that you get the most from your recovery programme with us. Your schedule of treatment will be full, and you will have very little time to dwell on the past. Each day will be filled to maximise your time with us. You can find more on Banbury’s services before you make your decision.
Making the journey from home to clinic can feel overwhelming, a 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, affected by factors including the location of a facility and the type of treatment you’re accessing. In general, rehab is usually priced at around £1,500 – £3,000 per week. For more precise costs, however, you may find it useful to give us a call: we can provide you with information, including pricing if you’re thinking about attending a private rehab facility in the Gloucestershire area.
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NHS Addiction Treatment Options near Gloucestershire
Private rehab isn’t right for everyone: not only can it be an expensive process, it can also have tremendous implications for work and family life. However, there are a number of free NHS services in and near Gloucestershire which may appeal to anyone seeking to attempt getting clean without choosing private rehab.
Where are these Services Based?
What Are the Pros and Cons of Free Addiction Treatment
Services are free;
All patient information is highly confidential;
Services can be found in the local community.
You may face a long admissions process;
You might not be referred to residential rehab;
You may have to go to a range of different facilities
Your recovery may be impeded by access to drugs and alcohol;
Potentially limited access to your personal therapist;
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Free Addiction Treatment Services Available in Gloucestershire
Private rehabilitation may not be an option for everyone, and the good news is that Gloucestershire has many free services catering for those who believe they can overcome their addictions.
The Nelson Trust provides wholesome treatment for people of all ages, regardless of their social status.
Addiction Support Groups near Gloucerstershire
Addiction support groups are a vital aspect of the long-term treatment process; focused on substance abuse and behavioural addictions, and the various issues associated with recovery, support groups normally bring together people suffering the same kind of addiction so group members can feel that they are part of a relevant peer group which understands their specific challenges and experiences.
What is NA?
NA (Narcotics Anonymous) is a globally renowned non-profit fellowship for people whose drug abuse has had a detrimental impact upon their lives. Everyone attending NA meetings is trying to abstain from drug use and to develop a new way of life. There are no fees to attend and everyone is welcome as long as they are actively striving to stay “clean”.
What is AA?
AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is – like NA – a non-profit fellowship; since its inception in the 1930s AA has helped millions of people worldwide escape from the claws of alcoholism. AA meetings are held right across the country, including a good number in Gloucestershire, and may be particularly valuable for people who have already gone through rehab and are seeking ongoing support.
AA Meetings in Gloucestershire:
Town Hall, Salter St, GL13 9DB Wednesdays at 19.30
By car: Arriving in Gloucestershire by car is easy as the county is served by a number of large, medium, and small-scale roads. The M5 runs from the north to the south of Gloucestershire. In the north-eastern part of the county, you can use the M50, while the M4 runs through the neighbouring Wilshire and Somerset, providing easy access to the southern parts of the county.
By train: Gloucester Railway Station is the main train station in the county. It is served by Transport for Wales, GWR, and the CrossCountry. Other larger towns in Gloucestershire also have reliable train services. These include Lydney, Toddington, and Winchcombe.
Ukat offers Addiction Treatment services in Gloucestershire. The County of Gloucestershire, lies within England in South West England Gloucestershire’s main attractions include Woodchester Mansion, Stenders Quarry, Hailes Abbey, Speech House Oaks, and Gloucester Hole. A number of waterways and rivers such as Coombe Hill Canal, River Severn, River Wye, Tetbury Avon, and Lydney Canal are located within Gloucestershire. South West is a part of the Thornbury Rural District local authority area in England.
Gloucester serves as Gloucestershire’s local authority administrative headquarters.
Gloucestershire is located in South West England
Gloucestershire is attributed to Stroud, Cotswold, Forest of Dean, Tewkesbury, and South Gloucestershire administrative county districts.
Lower tiers of local government include Miserden, Aston-sub-Edge, Northleach with Eastington, Evenlode, and Brookthorpe-with-Whaddon within the County of Gloucestershire.
The County of Gloucestershire is representated at a national level by Tewkesbury (UK Parliament constituency), The Cotswolds (UK Parliament constituency), Forest of Dean (UK Parliament constituency), and Stroud (UK Parliament constituency).
The Flag Of Gloucestershire is the emblem of the County of Gloucestershire in England.
The County of Gloucestershire consolidates hamlets such as Calcot, Boughspring, Brockhollands, Berwick, and Latteridge within its border.
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A variety of cities for part of Gloucestershire including Gloucester
Notable educational establishments in Gloucestershire include Wyedean School, and Cirencester Deer Park School.
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Standish Hospital, and Cheltenham General Hospital catchment areas includes Gloucestershire.
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Roads Connecting Gloucestershire to other major towns and cities includes the Monmouth Railway.
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To the east of the County of Gloucestershire is bordered by Bristol.
The County of Gloucestershire’s is bordered by Bristol, Somerset, and Wiltshire to the north.
Places to see in Gloucestershire include Kingswood Abbey, Chedworth Roman Villa, and Moreton-in-Marsh and Batsford War Memorial.
Structures and Buildings of special interest within Gloucestershire include Great Witcombe Roman Villa, Longstone of Minchinhampton, Nether Lypiatt Manor, Sherborne House, and Grade I listed buildings in Forest of Dean.
A number of churches are located in Gloucestershire including St Mary’s Church, St Michael & All Angels Church, and St Saviour’s Church.
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Eastgate Shopping Centre, Gloucester is one of Gloucestershire’s shopping centers and a focal point of local commerce.
Radio Winchcombe, The Breeze (Cheltenham & North Gloucestershire), Corinium Radio, Heart West, and Gloucester FM transmit locally-made programmes from the Gloucestershire area.
Check out our reviews as our alumni share their thoughts on our facilities and their experiences attending them. All the reviews are verified but full names are removed for confidentiality.
Whole experience was very good, prefer this place more than primrose lodge,food is better here and the facilities, therapist at Banbury Lodge always available for me
The treatment was amazing the staff are exceptionally professional and caring. Therapist are able to push me out of my comfort zone and working on under covering issues I had yet to acknowledge. Food was great and it's a great bounding bonding experience as you know your not the only one dealing with addiction.
No complaints from the the treatment.
I think it has been fantastic, staff are all lovely. I wouldn't have been able to do it by myself, I'm so grateful for everyone here and what they have done for me. My peers have all been supportive too. I feel happy and prepared for the next stage in my recovery thanks to my therapist.
I think the treatment here was very good. General support staff and therapists are all very knowledgeable and have exactly the right skill sets to deal with all situations which arise. I wish I could stay the whole 28 days. I like the variety of different therapies and that we do two different groups as I feel I get more out of smaller groups.