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Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment in Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire, like the rest of the UK, suffers from alcohol and drug addiction along with those with bulimia, anorexia and binge-eating disorders. The first step on the road to recovery is admitting there’s a problem. This is where we can help: if you think that you or a loved one in need of help because of an addiction, and want treatment recommendations in and near Oxfordshire, call one of our addiction counsellors today!
Addiction Treatment Services in Oxfordshire
If it’s private treatment you are looking for, UKAT has a number of residential rehab centres located in close proximity of Oxfordshire for those that require immediate help with their substance misuse.
Every addiction has the potential to become a fatal problem, and even if things never get that bad addiction can cost you everything you value in your life. The longer the addiction goes on, the tougher its resolution will be – and it may be that the best chance of getting yourself free of addiction will come through a private rehabilitation programme.
UKAT are proud to offer Banbury Lodge is just one of our UK-based private rehab facilities and is located in the picturesque village of Banbury in Oxfordshire.
Sober Transport Service
We understand that making the journey from home to the clinic can feel overwhelming in itself. To make the transition easier on our clients, we offer a sober transport service which works to ensure you or your loved one are taken from door to door safely and securely while receiving support along the way.
Banbury Lodge will provide a medically supervised detox along with a bespoke treatment programme including counselling and therapy. We also offer free family group sessions, offering support to families and loved ones during treatment. To find out more about the services we provide at Banbury Lodge call us today.
The cost of rehab can vary depending on the area and the type of treatment you require.
However, it is usually priced at around £833 – £2,750 per week. If you are thinking about attending our private rehab facility in Oxfordshire 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.
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?
Private rehab isn’t an option for everyone, fortunately, Oxfordshire offers a number of free services to people who wish to attempt to get clean independently.
In Oxfordshire there are a number of organisations that provide drug and alcohol treatment, including:
Where Are These Services Based?
What Are the Pros and Cons of Free Addiction Treatment
Free of charge
Accessible to everyone
Located in the local community
Close to home and family
Lengthy admissions process
Might not be referred to residential rehab
Patients may be asked to go to different clinics
Recovery may be affected by life distractions
Access to the personal therapist is more limited
Patients may not have the same 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 Oxfordshire
Turning Point Oxfordshire is one of the major addiction support services working with the NHS in the area. Their hub in Oxford provides constant support and advice for people looking for help for themselves or a loved one.
They are a social enterprise, providing health and social care services in over 300 locations across England, including Oxfordshire.
Addiction Support Groups in Oxfordshire
Addiction support groups are specifically focused on substance abuse and behavioural addictions and the issues associated with recovery. These groups are normally focused around 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 (a.k.a. Narcotics Anonymous) is a non-profit organisation where volunteers help each other gain the confidence that being clean and staying away from drugs is a possibility. Following the 12-step programme, they encourage complete abstinence from addictive substances and behaviours, including alcohol. This is due to the high rates of alcohol addiction in the UK. If you want to know more about the active NA meetings in Oxfordshire, take a look at our guide below.
What is AA?
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) are a fellowship programme who organise support group meetings throughout the UK. The system works according to the 12 steps of discovering, fighting, and defeating an alcohol addiction. These meetings can be attended by everyone, regardless of their current status (being an active alcoholic or in recovery). At the same time, families of people suffering from alcoholism in Oxfordshire can also join in and share their experience, receiving valuable feedback from other group attendees.
AA Meetings in Oxfordshire:
The Corner Suite, Christ Church, Northcourt Rd OX14 1PL Wednesdays at 7:30pm
St Michael & All Saints Church Hall, Park Rd OX14 3NZ Saturdays at 7:30pm
Adderbury Just for Today
Methodist Chapel, Chapel Lane OX17 3NA Sundays at 6:00pm
The M40 motorway goes through the north-east of the county linking Banbury, Bicester and Oxford directly with London, Birmingham and the North. It meets the M25 London orbital motorway at its junction 16.
The major north-south route through the county is the A34 dual carriageway.
The A34 links the Midlands and the North with Southampton, crossing the M4 at junction 13. The A420 road provides a fast link to Swindon and the M4 at junction 15. The A40 is the major western route to Witney, Gloucester, Cheltenham and the M5.
Great Western Railway operates a regular service from London Paddington stopping at Didcot, Oxford and north through the county to the Cotswolds stopping at Long Hanborough, Finstock, Charlbury, Ascott-under-Wychwood and on to Worcester.
Chiltern Railway departs from London Marylebone with stops at Princess Risborough, Haddenham & Thame, Bicester Village, Islip, Oxford Parkway and Oxford station.
Ukat offers Addiction Treatment services in Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire, South East England, a County located in England. Oxfordshire’s main tourist attractions include The Mill at Sonning, Segsbury Camp, Cotswold Wildlife Park, Wilts & Berks Canal, and St Martin’s Church. A number of waterways and rivers including Letcombe Brook, River Evenlode, Sor Brook, Berry Brook, and Farmoor Reservoir are located in Oxfordshire.
Oxfordshire is part of the Abingdon Rural District local authority administrative area in Oxfordshire in England.
Oxford acts as the local government administrative center in Oxfordshire.
Oxfordshire is based within South East England.
Oxfordshire is linkedd to county district shires including South Oxfordshire, Cherwell, Vale of White Horse, City of Oxford, and West Oxfordshire.
Lower tiers of local government include Kidmore End, Combe, Wantage, Souldern, and Prescote within the County of Oxfordshire.
County’s such as Oxfordshire are divided into parliamentary constituencies such as Oxford East (UK Parliament constituency), Wantage (UK Parliament constituency), Woodstock (UK Parliament constituency), Wallingford (UK Parliament constituency), and Oxford (UK Parliament constituency).
The Flag Of Oxfordshire is the emblem of the English County of Oxfordshire.
The County of Oxfordshire also encompasses hamlets such as Chazey Heath, Grafton, Upton, Fencott, and Idstone.
The County of Oxfordshire also amalgamated villages such as Letcombe Bassett, Cropredy, East Hendred, Souldern, and Appleton within its boundaries.
Villages within Oxfordshire’s boundaries include Heythrop, Sarsden, Upton, Stonesfield, and Littleworth.
Last in order but nevertheless important, Oxfordshire includes Epwell, Wootton, Steeple Aston, Boars Hill, and Hinton Waldrist.
Over the years Oxfordshire has assimilated a number of settlements including Appleford-on-Thames, Chain Hill, Iffley, South Stoke, Crowmarsh Gifford, North Stoke, and Kelmscott.
Ukat’s Addiction Treatment service area like-wise encompasses Wytham, Chiltern Hills, Henley-on-Thames, Mongewell, and Burcot in the County of Oxfordshire.
Other service areas of Ukat within Oxfordshire, England include Radley, Wolvercote, Abingdon-on-Thames, Binsey, and Godstow,
as well as Oxfordshire’s outlying urban areas Benson, Sutton Courtenay, Mapledurham, Shiplake, and Long Wittenham.
Last in order of mention, Ukat’s Addiction Treatment services cover the larger Oxfordshire area along with Newnham Murren, Wallingford, Kennington, Dorchester on Thames, and Whitchurch-on-Thames.
Within In Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire you can find several small communities including Goring-on-Thames, Walcot, Shillingford, Clifton Hampden, and Sandford-on-Thames.
In Oxfordshire you find towns like Culham, Little Wittenham, North Wessex Downs, Sonning Eye, and Moulsford.
Other towns located within the County of Oxfordshire include Watlington, Thame, Burford, Charlbury, and Henley-on-Thames
A variety of cities for part of Oxfordshire including Oxford
Amongst the numerous schools and further education establishments in Oxfordshire are The Bicester School, and Glory Farm School.
Informal learning environments in Oxfordshire include the Oxford Bus Museum, and Benson Veteran Cycle Museum.
The Oxfordshire area is the location of several hospitals including South Central Ambulance Service, and Littlemore Hospital.
Waterperry Gardens, Cornbury Park, and Wolvercote Common are enjoyed by Oxfordshire residents and famous through out England.
Integral major roads in Oxfordshire include the A338 road.
Local roads within Oxfordshire include Marston Ferry Road, A415 road, and A418 road.
To the west, the County of Oxfordshire is bordered by Buckinghamshire.
The County of Oxfordshire is fringed by Gloucestershire to the East.
Bordering the County of Oxfordshire and to the south re, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, and Buckinghamshire are immediately adjacent.
The County of Oxfordshire’s is bordered by Berkshire, and Wiltshire to the north.
Unusual (and unique) places within Oxfordshire include RAF Upper Heyford, Scutchamer Knob, and Uffington White Horse.
Blended into Oxfordshire a number of buildings of national importance can be found including Whitchurch Bridge, Didcot Railway Centre, Uffington Castle, Clifton Hampden Bridge, and Sonning Works.
Many churches are still located in Oxfordshire, Old All Saints Church, Wroxton Abbey, and Eynsham Abbey to name but a few.
Included in the long history of Oxfordshire are Bernwood Forest, Oxfordshire Constabulary, Aves ditch, The Poem Tree, and Oxford.
Oxfordshire is the County where a number of businesses were founded including Travelodge UK, The Marketing Practice, and Ella’s Kitchen.
Oxfordshire’s shopping centers are famous and people flock to Bicester Avenue
Jack 2 (radio station), BBC Thames Valley FM, Banbury Music Radio, Heart Oxfordshire, and Heart South deliver broadcast media to the local Oxfordshire community.
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Excellent therapy and the most amazing friendly staff.
I feel my treatment was amazing. All the staff has been brilliant, had a really good experience. Haven't fell so happy for many years.
Friendly and approachable staff and therapists, understanding compassionate and informative sessions
My treatment was first class, staff were brilliant and very understanding. I wasn't well when I came in, but everyone has helped and has always given me the time of day and greeted me with kindness. All staff were involved and kept me interested and motivated. This has saved my life
It has been pretty good all round. Therapy was very good
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