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Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment in Lincolnshire
In Lincolnshire, unfortunately, countless people are now battling a broad range of problems relating to or derived from substance abuse. These include behavioural addictions, eating disorders, as well as alcohol and drug dependency. If you or a loved one are looking for assistance relating to any of these, we can help. On this page you will find information about various rehabilitation and detox facilities, as well as free support group meetings.
Addiction Treatment Services in Lincolnshire
Alcohol, cannabis, cocaine, heroin and prescription drugs are all widely available and abused throughout the county, placing a significant strain upon health and social services. Loved ones can also be permanently affected, especially if the addiction impacts upon a family’s finances.If it’s private treatment you are looking for, UKAT has a number of residential rehab centres located in close proximity of Lincolnshire for those that require immediate help with their substance misuse.
To get to the bottom of an addiction, to stop it in its tracks and address its underlying causes, the best and most immediate option is often private rehabilitation. Every day that goes by during which an addiction or substance abuse problem isn’t dealt with, the probability grows that harm will come to an addict and those around them. Keeping that probability to a minimum, eventually bringing it down to zero, and creating long-lasting solutions that will set the road to a better, happier life, are the goals of private rehab.
UKAT are proud to offer Oasis Bradford is our alcohol and drug rehab based in West Yorkshire, just 85 miles (2 hours) away.
Oasis Bradford provides a safe, supportive environment, where all residents can complete a medically supervised detox from drugs and/ or alcohol, or stabilise their use safely with medical support and within a specialist treatment setting.
Making the journey from home to the 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 travelling, the service provider will be supporting you so you can afford the opportunity to discuss with them any concerns you may have. if you request sober transport services, you will benefit from a professional driver who knows the private rehab’s programmes and offers from the inside out.
What Does Rehab Cost?
The cost of rehab can vary depending on the area and the type of treatment you require, among other factors. However, it is usually priced at around £1,500 – £3,000 per week. If you are thinking about attending a private rehab facility near Lincolnshire and would like to find out specific costings, get in touch and we will be able to provide you with this information to aid you in making a decision.
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What Treatment Services Are Offered by the NHS?
Bear in mind that private rehab isn’t an option for everyone: it can be an expensive process and can have a huge impact on work and other commitments. Luckily, there are a number of free NHS services near Lincolnshire for people who wish to get clean without opting for the sometimes expensive private options.
In Lincolnshire, there are a number of organisations that provide drug and alcohol treatment, including:
Free addiction assessment
Possibility to find rehab near you
Where Are These Services Based?
What Are the Pros and Cons of Free Addiction Treatment
The services are free of charge
All information is confidential
Services are located in the local community, close to home and family
Lengthy admissions process
Might not be referred to residential rehab
Treatment at different clinics
Local temptations and triggers
Access to the personal therapist is limited
Lack of aftercare
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Free Addiction Treatment Services Available in Lincolnshire
Addaction, including Young Addaction, is the largest free addiction advice provider in Lincolnshire. They have multiple offices in the area, including in Boston and Grantham. The main hub is located in Lincoln.
Offers confidential and free help for people of all ages who need help with addictions, dependencies, alcohol and drug abuse..
Addiction Support Groups in Lincolnshire
Addiction support groups are specifically focused on substance abuse and behavioural addictions, including the issues associated with recovery. These groups are normally focused on a specific type of addiction which separates one meeting from another. This way it’s easier for members to focus and feel their particular issues being addressed by others who share the same or similar experiences.
What is NA?
NA (Narcotics Anonymous) is a non-profit fellowship for all people whose lives have been affected by drugs. Everyone attending the group meetings is looking to abstain from drug use and to find a new way to live by following a new programme. There are no fees and everyone is welcome. Anonymity is a vital factor of the fellowship to enable everyone to attend without fear of social repercussions.
What is AA?
AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is also a non-profit fellowship. Unlike NA, however, during their meetings, the focus is on managing alcoholism and alcohol dependencies. These meetings are held throughout the week and can be beneficial for anyone seeking help, be it for themselves or for a loved one. The AA is often regarded as the place to find out how to manage alcoholism through the 1-step therapy, although most meetings will not impose specific attitudes and practices upon newcomers.
AA Meetings in Lincolnshire:
Zion Methodist Church, Brothertoft Rd PE21 8HG Thursdays at 7:30pm
The Childrens Centre, 14 Grammar School Rd DN20 8AA Mondays at 7:30pm
St Anne’s Church, Harrowby Road NG31 9ED Mondays at 7:30pm
Lincolnshire is a county found at the economic periphery of England, making it one of the areas with less-developed road infrastructures in the country. The majority of the roads are single-carriage A-roads and B-roads. There are no major motorways passing through the region. This seriously impacts the times needed to reach different points in Lincolnshire. If you are arriving, for example, in Boston from London, it will take you nearly three hours to reach Boston. You can take the M1 from London and switch to the A1(M), after which you should take exit 17 and drive on the Fletton Pkwy/A1139 toward Wisbech. From there, it’s only smaller roads to Boston.
Lincolnshire’s railway services are rather well-developed. TransPennine Express, East Midlands Trains, CrossCountry, and East Midlands Trains all operate in the county. The busiest train stations are located in Lincoln and Grantham. Using the same example as before, reaching Boston from London via railway services can take just over two hours, almost a whole hour less than if you drive. The fastest option is by taking the Liner service for York from London’s King’s Cross and then, at Grantham, switching to the East Midlands Trains service for Skegness.
Ukat offers Addiction Treatment services in Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire is a County in East Midlands yorkshire And The Humber (north Lincolnshire And North East Lincolnshire). Lincolnshire’s main tourist attractions include Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre, Foss Dyke, Lincoln Medieval Bishop’s Palace, Browne’s Hospital, and Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre. A number of waterways and rivers including Sleaford Navigation, River Gwash, Thorne and Hatfield Moors Peat Canals, South Forty-Foot Drain, and South Holland IDB are located in Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire is part of the West Lindsey local authority administrative area in East Midlands yorkshire And The Humber (north Lincolnshire And North East Lincolnshire) in England.
lincoln serves as Lincolnshire’s local authority administrative headquarters.
Lincolnshire is situated in East Midlands yorkshire And The Humber (north Lincolnshire And North East Lincolnshire).
Lincolnshire is attributed to West Lindsey, South Kesteven, City of Lincoln, East Lindsey, and South Holland administrative county districts.
Subdivisions of the County of Lincolnshire include but are not limited to Stainton by Langworth, Aby with Greenfield, Grange de Lings, Ashby de la Launde and Bloxholm, and Caistor.
County’s such as Lincolnshire are divided into parliamentary constituencies such as North Lincolnshire (UK Parliament constituency), Rutland and Stamford (UK Parliament constituency), Stamford and Spalding (UK Parliament constituency), South Lincolnshire (UK Parliament constituency), and Holland with Boston (UK Parliament constituency).
The Flag Of Lincolnshire is the emblem of the County of Lincolnshire in England.
The County of Lincolnshire additionally includes hamlets such as Aswarby, Asgarby, Ailby, Claxby Pluckacre, and Low Fulney its administrative area.
The County of Lincolnshire also amalgamated villages such as Gayton le Wold, Laceby, Irby in the Marsh, Wispington, and Dunholme within its boundaries.
Other villages in Lincolnshire include Scampton, Metheringham, Sutterton, Hougham, and Whitton.
Last in order but nevertheless important, Lincolnshire includes North Carlton, Little Steeping, Lea, Lusby, and Fleet.
Over the years Lincolnshire has assimilated a number of settlements including Winthorpe, Crowle, Skegness, Ingoldmells, Lincolnshire Wolds, Sandilands, and Saltfleetby.
Ukat’s Addiction Treatment service area in the County of Lincolnshire also includes Cleethorpes, Seacroft, Sutton-on-Sea, Bottesford, and Saltfleet.
Other service areas of Ukat in Lincolnshire, England encompass Broughton, Grimsby, Theddlethorpe, Mablethorpe, and Mablethorpe and Sutton,
in addition to Lincolnshire’s outlying urban areas Trusthorpe, and Chapel St Leonards.
Other towns including Skegness, Wainfleet All Saints, Long Sutton, Burgh le Marsh, and Crowland can be found within the County of Lincolnshire.
Amongst the numerous schools and further education establishments in Lincolnshire are King Edward VI Academy, and The West Grantham Academy St Hugh’s.
Lincoln Cathedral Library, and Francis Trigge Chained Library helps preserves Lincolnshire’s history.
Additional educational institutions within Lincolnshire is the Maud Foster Windmill, and Heckington railway station.
Pilgrim Hospital, and Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust deliver services locally to the Lincolnshire area.
Belton House, Weelsby Woods, and Baysgarth Park are popular with Lincolnshire citizens and known throughout England.
Local roads within Lincolnshire include A607 road, A52 road, and A57 road.
The County of Lincolnshire is bordered to the west, by Norfolk, and Skegness Lifeboat Station
The County of Lincolnshire is bordered by Nottinghamshire, and Rutland to the east.
Close to Lincolnshire, South Yorkshire, Skegness Lifeboat Station, and East Riding of Yorkshire are positioned immediately to the south of the County.
The County of Lincolnshire’s is bordered by Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Leicestershire, and Nottinghamshire to the north.
Lincolnshire reputation can be ascribed to its rich heritage including West Wykeham, Torksey Castle, and Lincoln Medieval Bishop’s Palace.
Lincolnshire encompasses notable heritage assets including Bilsby, Grayingham, Grade II* listed buildings in North Kesteven, Grade II* listed buildings in North Lincolnshire, and Bolingbroke Castle.
The churches within Lincolnshire include the well known St Mary and St Peter’s Church, Markby Priory, and St. Catherine’s Priory.
The rich history of Lincolnshire includes Woodhall Spa Urban District, North Riding of Lindsey, Alan de Neville (landholder), Croyland Chronicle, and Witches of Belvoir.
Lincolnshire is the County where a number of businesses were founded including English Racing Automobiles, Smiffys, and Interflora.
Local TV and Radio broadcasting companies in Lincolnshire include BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, BBC Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire), Shooting Gazette, Canoe & Kayak UK, and FlyPast
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