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Drug and Alcohol Rehab in West Yorkshire
Like the rest of the UK, West Yorkshire is home to many people struggling with substance abuse and the county is experiencing significant social damage as a result. Thankfully, there are a good range of resources available to those seeking help with their addictions – so if you’re looking to turn your life around, read on through the rest of this guide.
Frequently asked questions about rehab in West Yorkshire:
Picking the right addiction treatment can feel like a complicated process – possibly because of the sheer number of options out there. But don’t be put off; reaching out for treatment will be the best decision you ever make, and you shouldn’t let anything stop you taking that step.
If it’s private treatment you are looking for, UKAT has a number of residential rehab centres located in or near West Yorkshire, for those that require immediate help with their substance misuse.
Private rehab is usually the preferred choice for those with severe addictions. Detoxing from alcohol or drugs is in important part of the process but can be dangerous if attempted without medical help. Private rehab ensures that you or a loved one detox safely and comfortably with a medical professional, using medication to ease any discomfort if necessary.
Our centres also offer solace from any life-distractions and surround you with those going through similar experiences. Building relationships with those who care and understand your situation is key in supporting you through the recovery process.
Our facility in West Yorkshire – Oasis Recovery Bradford – is a state-of-the-art drug and alcohol detox facility based in Bradford.
Oasis Bradford detox programme addresses the whole person – body, mind and spirit. A medically managed detoxification or stabilisation is supplemented by a wealth of group and individual sessions and talks to help provide maximum long-term benefit. Complementary therapies are also available and include guided relaxation and exercise.
These groups provide guidance and support, offering loved ones a comprehensive understanding of addiction. The connections formed in these groups contribute to ongoing long-term recovery and mending and broken bonds with family members.
Call +44 2039 496 584 today to speak to one of our team
The benefits of private rehab
If you or a loved one are seriously struggling with addiction, private rehab provides:
Immediate admission to a safe and nurturing environment
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What does rehab cost?
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 West Yorkshire and would like to find out specific costs, get in touch with one of our knowledgeable team who will answer any questions you have.
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What treatment services are offered by the NHS?
Private rehab isn’t an option for everyone: it can be expensive for those without insurance and may require time away from work or other commitments to make recovery the main focus. Fortunately, West Yorkshire offers a range of free services for anyone determined to tackle their addiction on their own.
The service provides:
Recovery and care planning
Support for families
Medication for opiate addiction
Assessments for residential rehabilitation
Counselling and relapse prevention
Facilitation of rehabilitation
Where are these services based?
How does drug and alcohol rehab in West Yorkshire work?
If you go through our private centres, admissions into the clinics are quick and and easy so you can settle into a regular at the residential treatment centre within the first day. Specialists will help you through the entire process– from detoxing your body of hazardous compounds, recognizing triggering aspects and suggesting the most ideal from a range of treatments to assist you settle into a new routine. Private alcohol rehab is therefore a holistic method to treatment.
If you go through free treatment, you will require to discuss your concerns with a GP, who will refer you to a clinic. You can also call any of the pointed out charities that will assess your condition and examine you into a West Yorkshire rehabilitation centre with the quickest opening slot.
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 West Yorkshire
There are a number of charity run addiction services. Forward Leeds and Bridge provide community based services designed for addicts and their families. Details can be found below.
Telephone: 01926 431471
Address: 74 Kirkgate, LS2 7DJ
Forward Leeds is the new alcohol and drug service in Leeds for adults, young people and families. They offer a range of services for people struggling with addiction from all walks of life.
Telephone: 01926 353513
Address: 35 Salem Street, BD1 4QH
Their mission is to empower people experiencing multiple barriers to achieve positive change. The priorities for Bridge are to work with individuals, families, partners and communities to affected by substance misuse.
Addiction support groups in West Yorkshire
Addiction support groups are specifically focused on substance abuse, 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, as their particular issues are being addressed by others who share their same experiences.
What is NA?
NA (Narcotics Anonymous) is a globally renowned non-profit fellowship for people who have abused drugs. 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 in recovery.
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 West Yorkshire, and may be particularly valuable for people who have already gone through rehab and are seeking ongoing support.
AA Meetings in West Yorkshire:
Salvation Army Community Ctr, 33 King St HD6 1NX Saturdays at 10:30am
Ebenezer Church, St James Rd HX1 1YS Thursdays at 7:30pm
Salvation Army, New Hey Rd HD3 4BZ Wednesdays at 8:00pm
The M1 and M62 connect West Yorkshire with surrounding counties. If you are travelling to Oasis Recovery Bradford, take the M1 to junction 42 and merge on to the M62 as far as junction 27. From here you can take Wakefield Road (A650) as far as Prospect Street / Mill Lane, then Boiling Road is on your right hand side.
The West Yorkshire Metro provides trains to and from West Yorkshire. If you are travelling from London, Kings Cross offers direct routes to Leeds and other areas of the county.
About West Yorkshire
West Yorkshire is an inland metropolitan county in England. It was first introduced in 1972 with the Local Government Act. The county borders the counties of Derbyshire to the south, Greater Manchester to the south-west, Lancashire (north-west), North Yorkshire (north and east) and South Yorkshire (south and south-east).
The county includes the West Yorkshire Urban Area, based on the cities of Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield, and the large towns of Huddersfield and Halifax; some towns such as Castleford, Pontefract and Wetherby are excluded. West Yorkshire is divided into five metropolitan boroughs – City of Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, City of Leeds and City of Wakefield.
Other large settlements in the county include Addingham, Baildon, Bingley, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Brighouse, Copley, Cragg Vale, Elland, Greetland, Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall, Denby Dale, Dewsbury, Emley, Golcar, Gomersal, Beeston, Boston Spa, Collingham, Garforth, Guiseley, Harewood, Headingley, Holbeck, Horsforth, Pontefract, Ryhill, Sandal, Sharlston, Stanley, Walton (Wakefield) and West Bretton.
Frequently asked questions
Are rehabs open in West Yorkshire during the Coronavirus outbreak?
Rehabilitation centres are operating during the Coronavirus outbreak, as healthcare facilities are essential businesses. This includes private rehab clinics in West Yorkshire, provided they follow the safety regulations implemented by the government.
There are a number of free clinics in West Yorkshire which can help you with alcohol or drug abuse. However, there are no inpatient options. Rehabilitation centres are not free, so for residential rehab your best option is to opt for private treatment.
You cannot force someone to go into rehab; it must be their choice. However, you can organise an intervention if you are worried about someone. This involves sitting and talking to your loved one with the help of a professional, in the hope they will listen and follow your advice.
If you seek treatment through the NHS, the referral will sit on your medical records. However, employers cannot access these records unless under specific circumstances. So, there is a limited chance of them finding out.
Private rehabilitation is completely confidential and does not sit on your medical records.
You can visit your loved one for an hour every Sunday at our private centres. However, to prevent the spread of Covid-19 you will not be permitted to visit loved ones during the lockdown.
Family support groups take place every week at each of our centres and anyone who has a close connection to the patient can join. Not all rehabilitation centres offer this option, so this needs to be checked on their website.