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Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment in Staffordshire
For those suffering from addiction getting the right help and support can be a daunting task. We aim to provide you with the relevant resources in Staffordshire, both free and private so that you can make an informed decision on the best treatment for you or a loved one. If you have any further questions regarding any of the information provided below, please take a look at the current addiction treatment guide for Staffordshire.
Addiction Treatment Services in Staffordshire
Addiction is a life-long illness, but that doesn’t mean you or someone important will remain stuck in the perils of addiction, whether that be drugs, alcohol or process addictions. Private detox & rehabilitation provides the client with proven tools to live life addiction-free.If it’s private treatment you are looking for, UKAT has a number of residential rehab centres located in close proximity of Staffordshire for those that require immediate help with their substance misuse.
Addiction ruins lives – not just the lives of addicts, but the lives of their loved ones forced to watch the condition worsen. However, nothing is inevitable, and the worst-case scenarios can be averted if an addict gets the right treatment in time. In the case of serious addictions, the “right treatment” will probably mean private rehabilitation, the most immediate option and very frequently the one with the greatest chance of permanent success.
UKAT are proud to offer Oasis Runcorn is just 44 miles from Staffordshire and offers outstanding value for money with rehab starting from as little as £834 per week.
Oasis Runcorn is quite unique in offering two treatment programmes allowing for tailored treatment and client choice. A 12 step programme and Oasis Strengths programme are both delivered within the therapeutic environment. Oasis Runcorn provides primary and secondary treatment which consists of community process, process groups, therapeutic activities, one to one counselling, house meetings, workshops, groups and worksheets.
The cost of rehab can vary depending on the area and the type of treatment you require. However, it is usually priced at around £1,500 – £3,000 per week. If you are thinking about attending a private rehab facility near Staffordshire 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?
Once you have spoken to your GP you may find yourself waiting to be referred to one of the NHS services, this could be a great opportunity to get in touch with one of the fellowship group. The non-profit organisations including AA and NA, provide support to peers dealing with addiction and recovery and form a strong framework for long-term abstinence.
In Staffordshire there are a number of organisations that provide drug and alcohol treatment, including:
Support for families
Medication for opiate addiction
Assessments for residential rehabilitation
Counselling and relapse prevention
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
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Free Addiction Treatment Services Available in Staffordshire
North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust (the Trust) provides services in the local community and in a hospital for people wishing to recover from alcohol and/or drug misuse. They operate from the main hub in Trentham.
One Recovery is an innovative substance misuse partnership, bringing organisations together to offer quality service for people in Staffordshire who are looking for addiction assistance.
Addiction Support Groups in Staffordshire
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?
The Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit fellowship programme dedicated to helping people whose lives have been affected by drugs. They organise meetings throughout Staffordshire and can help you, or a loved one, find like-minded people who have gone through detox and rehab and can advise you on the right path. Attending such drug addiction-related meetings could be other people looking for help, with whom you can grow your new lives together. Narcotics Anonymous, just like the AA, follow the 12-step programme, amongst others.
What is AA?
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship focusing on mutual help and reciprocal experience-sharing from its members. Throughout the world, over two million people are considered members of the AA. They have discovered the benefits of sobriety through the 12-steps of alcoholics anonymous, as well as rediscovering their own selves through discussion and sharing.
AA Meetings in Staffordshire:
St Aidans Church Hall, Albert St, off Pye Green Rd. WS11 5JD Sundays at 8:00pm
Methodist Church Hall, Tamworth St, rear of Church in Backchester Lane WS13 6JH Thursdays at 8:00pm
Quaker Meeting House, Foregate St ST16 2PX Thursdays at 7:30pm
Is a landlocked county bordering Cheshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Worcestershire, and Shropshire. It has a rather well-formed road network with major roads (M6, M46, A5, A34) allowing fast travelling both within the county and to the other regions in the country.
The main railway line passing through the county is the West Coast Main Line. The Stafford Railway Stations is one of the busiest in the area. CrossCountry, Transport for Wales, Virgin Trains, as well as the West Midlands Trains all stop at Stafford. Other large stations include those in Tamworth and Cannock,
Ukat is proud to offer Addiction Treatment services in Staffordshire. west Midlands in England. Staffordshire’s local tourist attractions include Himley Hall, St Chad’s, Croxden Abbey, Eccleshall Castle, and Mercian Trail. A number of waterways and rivers including River Churnet, Trent and Mersey Canal, River Swarbourn, Minster Pool, and Blithfield Reservoir are located in Staffordshire. west Midlands is a part of the Burton Mail local authority area in England. Staffordshire’s local authority administrative HQ is Stafford.
Staffordshire is found in West Midlands (region)
Staffordshire is attributed to Lichfield, Cannock Chase, Tamworth, South Staffordshire, and Stafford administrative county districts.
Local government Civil Parishes in the County of Staffordshire include Wombourne, Himley, Loggerheads, Brizlincote, and Fawfieldhead.
The County of Staffordshire is representated at a national level by Newcastle-under-Lyme (UK Parliament constituency), Smethwick (UK Parliament constituency), South East Staffordshire (UK Parliament constituency), Tamworth (UK Parliament constituency), and North Staffordshire (UK Parliament constituency).
The Flag Of Staffordshire is the emblem of the County of Staffordshire in England.
The County of Staffordshire consolidates hamlets such as Stourton, Above Church, Scot Hay, High Onn, and Greensforge within its border.
The County of Staffordshire also encompasses villages such as Yarnfield, Hopton, Oaken, Little Haywood, and Four Ashes within its administrative area.
Villages within Staffordshire, include Barton-under-Needwood, Bilbrook, Packmoor, Ellastone, and Cheddleton.
Sheen, Gayton, Landywood, Caverswall, and Froghall are also part of Staffordshire
Incorporated settlements within Staffordshire’s boundary now include Leyfields, Bolehall, Gillway, Belgrave, Amington, Bitterscote, and Glascote.
Ukat’s Addiction Treatment service area in the County of Staffordshire also encompasses Perry Crofts, Tamhorn, Chadsmoor, Borough Park, and Stonydelph
Other service areas of Ukat within Staffordshire, England include Wilnecote, and Dosthill,
Other towns located within the County of Staffordshire include Burton upon Trent, Fazeley, Rugeley, Biddulph, and Cheadle
Notable educational establishments in Staffordshire include Norton Canes High School, and Walton High School.
Staffordshire benefits from a number of local authority services including Montagu C. Butler Library, and William Salt Library.
Additional educational institutions within Staffordshire is the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, and National Brewery Centre.
Cannock Chase Hospital, and St George’s Hospital deliver services locally to the Staffordshire area.
National Memorial Arboretum, Deep Hayes Country Park, and Alton Towers are popular with Staffordshire residents and known through out England.
Notable roads within Staffordshire include A519 road, A454 road, and A500 road.
The County of Staffordshire is bordered by Leicestershire to the West.
The County of Staffordshire is flanked to the east by Shropshire.
Adjoining the County of Staffordshire to the south, are the neighbouring settlements of Derbyshire, and Cheshire
The County of Staffordshire’s is bordered by Shropshire to the north.
Places to see in Staffordshire include Thor’s Cave, National Memorial Arboretum, and Staffordshire Hoard.
Staffordshire encompasses notable heritage assets including Hawkesyard Priory, Croxall Hall, Eccleshall Castle, Packington Hall (Staffordshire), and Grade II* listed buildings in Tamworth (borough).
Many churches are still located in Staffordshire, Farewell Priory, Hawkesyard Priory, and All Saints’ Church to name but a few.
The rich history of Staffordshire includes Handsworth, William Salt Library, Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway, Wolstanton United Urban District, and Uttoxeter Casket.
Staffordshire is the founding County of number of companies including Wedgwood, Stevensons of Uttoxeter, and Reliant Motors.
Coopers Square is one of Staffordshire’s shopping centers and a focal point of local commerce.
Local TV and Radio broadcasting companies in Staffordshire include Focal Radio, Stafford FM, Max FM, TCR fm, and Cross Rhythms City Radio
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I was treated with respect and talking to other people who have gone through the same experience has helped me greatly.
I came to Runcorn and was treated with respect and I would recommend it to anyone
Difficult couple of weeks, as expected especially over xmas, but well worth it !!!!!.... and great staff !
I have been at oasis Runcorn for the past 3 months for drug addiction. The building is grim /grimy/grubby - definatly needs work doing! The staff however are exceptional. The support workers especially Charlotte have been professional and caring in all aspects of their work -essential at such a distressing time in your life and you don,t know what to expect. The counselling staff are brilliant , they really know their stuff and Darren who was my personal counsellor really helped me to become a recovering addict ! Thank you to everyone at Runcorn including office staff ( Sianna ). The three months were a fantastic life changing experience.
Staff are great. Therapy was also good. The building needs a full refurbishment job. needs painting and new couches and beds. Bed bugs became a big problem in my stay. If these issues are addressed i would recommend to anyone.
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