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Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment in Northamptonshire
People in Northamptonshire suffers from addiction, like in every other part of the UK – in both rural and urban areas. Throughout the county, they are struggling with addiction to alcohol, prescription drugs, and illegal substances. The impact on health and social services is increasing. Of course, the greatest damage is done to addicts themselves, as well as to their loved ones.
Addiction Treatment Services in Northamptonshire
It can often seem like there is no way out from the spiral of abuse, but Northamptonshire is home to a wide variety of treatment services available to anybody seeking to overcome addiction; many more are found just outside of the county borders. If you’re in Northamptonshire and you’re looking for help please call us today!Regardless if you’re looking for private rehab, an NHS options, or a charitable organisation who is organising support groups in the area, this page will serve you as a guide.
Every addiction is a serious matter – and in the most severe cases, lives are at risk, whether those of addicts themselves or those of the people around them. In order to reduce that risk and then to remove it altogether, the best and most immediate treatment option (with the greatest likelihood of permanent success) is private rehab.
UKAT has a range of private rehab facilities near Northamptonshire, so you can choose where you would prefer to undergo treatment, subject to availability.
UKAT are proud to offer Banbury Lodge is just 28 miles (45 minutes) away from Northamptonshire and is situated in Oxfordshire.
Banbury Lodge is a private clinic providing both detoxification and rehabilitation from a variety of substances, both legal and illegal, as well as from behavioural addictions such as gambling, gaming, and shopping. The clinic focuses on providing a calm, nurturing, and comfortable environment for you or a loved one to break the cycle of addiction and destructive behaviour. The team is made out of experiences, dedicated professionals, most of which have personal experience with fighting addiction and life in recovery.
Prescribed Medical Detoxification
Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation
Proven Counselling Treatments
12 Step Recovery Model
One-to-One & Therapy
Dual diagnosis care
Aftercare & Ongoing Therapies
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
All UKAT rehabs also offer support and help through our facilitated family groups. These groups enable those close to the sufferer an opportunity to talk about the impact that alcoholism has had on their lives and to look at how they can improve their emotional wellbeing. Family support groups take place on a weekly basis at each of our centres. Anyone who has a close connection to the addict in our treatment programme can attend. You can find out more information regarding days and times on our family support page.
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The Benefits of Private Rehab
If you or a loved one are seriously struggling with addiction, private rehab provides:
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 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?
Rehabilitation can be free, but free services are usually limited in either beds or locations. Often, when people have decided to battle addiction, they cannot wait months for treatment. In some cases, this can be dangerous. This is why they turn to private rehabilitation. While the prices of private rehab very greatly, we can say that services usually cost between £1,500 – £3,000 per week. If you want to know a specific plan’s price or need advice, just call us.
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What Treatment Services Are Offered by the NHS?
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 Northamptonshire which may appeal to anyone seeking to attempt getting clean without choosing private rehab.
In Northamptonshire there are a number of organisations that provide drug and alcohol treatment, such as:
Mental and physical health exmainations
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;
Different clinics throughout rehab
Your recovery may be impeded by access to drugs and alcohol;
Potentially limited access to your personal therapist;
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 Northamptonshire
GLC (Change Grow Live) is one of the many free services working in Northamptonshire. They have offices in many bigger cities such as Corby, Kettering, and Daventry. The main hub is in Northampton.
The Aquarius team strives to help people overcome the damage caused by alcohol, drugs, and gambling. They work with individuals, as well as with their families and friends, to lessen the impact caused by the addictive behaviour of a loved one.
CGL – Substance To Solution
Telephone: 01604 211 304
Address: Spring House, 39 Billing Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN1 5BA
Based in Northampton, the Bridge Project works throughout the county helping people with alcohol or drug addictions have an easier and more comfortable recovery.
Addiction Support Groups in Northamptonshire
Addiction support groups are specifically focused on substance abuse and behavioural addictions and the issues associated with recovery. Support groups are normally focused on a specific type of addiction which separates one group from another. This makes it easier for members to focus and feel as if their particular issues are being addressed by others who share their same experiences.
What is NA?
NA (Narcotics Anonymous) is a non-profit fellowship for all people whose lives have become unmanageable through the use of drugs. Everyone in attendance is looking to abstain from drug use and find a new way to live by following the program. 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?
Like NA, AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is a non profit fellowship for all people who’s lives have been negatively affected by alcohol misuse. These meetings are held throughout the week and can be beneficial for anyone seeking help after having undergone a structured detox or rehab programme.
AA Meetings in Northamptonshire:
Back Room, Beanfield Centre Beanfield Ave, NN18 0AX Tuesdays at 11:00am
Corby Big Book Study
United Reformed Church Hall, Elizabeth St. NN17 1PN Mondays at 8:00pm
Corby Daytime Share
Danesholme Community Centre, 4 Danesholme Centre, NN18 9EJ Fridays at 1:00pm
A number of major national roads pass through the county including the M1 (via the A43) and the A14. These and various other roads link County of Northampton with the eight surrounding counties (Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Lincolnshire) and the rest of the United Kingdom.
The two trunk railway services crossing the county are the Midland Main Line and the West Coast Main Line. There are six separate railway stations in Northamptonshire: Northampton and Long Buckby, Kettering, Wellingborough, Corby, and King’s Sutton. The services in the county are Chiltern Railways and East Midlands Trains, as well as Virgin Trains and West Midlands Trains.
Ukat is proud to offer Addiction Treatment services in Northamptonshire. Northamptonshire is a County in Northamptonshire. Northamptonshire’s local attractions include Piddington Roman Villa, Stoke Bruerne, Courteenhall, Hollowell, and Alderton. As a result of its location, a number of rivers and water ways inlcuding Pitsford Water, River Tove, Harpers Brook, Wootton Brook, and River Avon are found within Northamptonshire.
Northamptonshire, Northamptonshire is a part of the Kettering Rural District local authority area in England.
Northampton Guildhall serves as Northamptonshire’s local authority administrative headquarters.
Northamptonshire is situated in East Midlands.
Northamptonshire is linkedd to county district shires including Wellingborough, Northampton, Daventry, Kettering, and South Northamptonshire.
The local authority within the County of Northamptonshire include Denton, Cransley, Laxton, Cottesbrooke, and Bugbrooke parish councils.
Northamptonshire’s administrative wards and subdivisions also include Abington (ward).
County’s such as Northamptonshire are divided into parliamentary constituencies such as Kettering (UK Parliament constituency), Corby (UK Parliament constituency), Northampton North (UK Parliament constituency), North Northamptonshire (UK Parliament constituency), and Daventry (UK Parliament constituency).
The Flag Of Northamptonshire is the emblem of the English County of Northamptonshire.
The County of Northamptonshire additionally includes hamlets such as Woodwell, Falcutt, Astwell, Radstone, and Wood Burcote its administrative area.
The County of Northamptonshire also encompasses villages such as Pytchley, Billing, Collingtree, Edgcote, and Eydon within its administrative area.
Other villages in Northamptonshire include Crick, West Farndon, Harpole, Hartwell, and Furtho.
Just as importantly villages such as Great Harrowden, Stoke Albany, Hackleton, Gretton, and Newnham are also found within Northamptonshire
Northamptonshire is formed by a number of settlements including Oakley Vale.
Other towns found within the County of Northamptonshire include Brackley, Kettering, Corby, Northampton, and Higham Ferrers
Prestigious schools in Northamptonshire are Brooke Weston Academy, and Wrenn School.
Furthering the education of Northamptonshire locals is the Boughton House, and Rockingham Castle.
Northamptonshire is served by 303 Station Hospital (Lilford Hall), and Kettering General Hospital.
Althorp, Deene Park, and Hunsbury Hill are popular with Northamptonshire locals and are known throughout England.
Local roads within Northamptonshire include A508 road, A605 road, and A427 road.
The County of Northamptonshire is bordered to the west, by Cambridgeshire
To the east of the County of Northamptonshire is bordered by Warwickshire.
Close to Northamptonshire, Rutland, Leicestershire, and Cambridgeshire are positioned immediately to the south of the County.
The County of Northamptonshire’s is bordered by Bedfordshire, Oxfordshire, and Buckinghamshire to the north.
Places to see in Northamptonshire include West Hunsbury, Lactodurum, and Alderton.
Situated in Northamptonshire, notable heritage assets include Arthingworth Manor, Croyland Abbey, Nether Heyford, Wellingborough railway station, and Wyke Hamon.
Northamptonshire houses some well known churches including Brixworth Abbey, All Saints Church, and The Holy Sepulchre.
Piddington Roman Villa, Midland Revolt, Bannaventa, Lilford Hall, and Northampton Rural District are but a few of the important parts of the history of Northamptonshire.
The County of Northamptonshire is home to a number of businesses including Saxby Bros Ltd, Av8er, and Ilmor.
The main shopping centre for Northamptonshire is Rushden Lakes
BBC Radio Northampton, Connect Radio 97.2 & 107.4, Heart Four Counties, Heart Northants, and BBC Northamptonshire deliver broadcast media to the local Northamptonshire community.
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.
4 weeks ago I was ready to end my life and thanks to family intervention they found banbury lodge. They managed to get me in next day and started my isolation which helped sober me up. Then straight into an amazing routine of the 12 steps and CBT. I've had personal issues whikst in treatment which the staff have helped me work through. I was introduced to my therapist Rebecca which helped change my life. Every single member of staff has also had a massive part in my sobriety and start to my journey of a better life. Especially Sarah, Bernie, Lianne, Tom, Zoe and Charlotte, Sandy.
The therapy has been excellent and generally support staff have been very good.
Overall I found the whole experience brilliant, from the welcome I got through to now. Everyone has been lovely.
Well presented, excellent cilnically, comfortable and well organised.
Thank you to all the staff that bent over backwards to make me feel comfortable by showing me compassion and patience, even on my off days. I'd especially like to thank Bernie, Sasha, Dimitra, Charlotte P and Zoe, Nicky, Tom, Laura the nurse, Charlotte B, Sarah, Stacey.
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