When it comes to finding the right treatment for substance dependence or alcoholism in Surrey, it helps to know what options are available and whether those options are suitable for the needs of the individual and their loved ones. Private drug and alcohol rehabilitation may seem costly but the level of care you receive as a patient, both during and after rehab, gives you or a loved one a strong foundation in recovery. That being said, we do understand that private rehab isn’t an option for everyone, so we’ve put together a list of paid and free services in Surrey, so you can make an informed decision on treatment. Whether you live in Guildford, Woking, Dorking or Farnham, you can be reassured that rehab services are within close proximity to home.
If a particular situation is severe in which an individual is at risk to themselves or others, whether that be through acts of violence, criminal activity (stealing) or spiralling debt, the quickest and safest option is to look into private rehabilitation.
UKAT are proud to offer Primrose Lodge is one of our many UK-based private addiction treatment facilities, and is located in the picturesque town of Guilford in Surrey.
Primrose Lodge is a premier treatment facility, where we have spared no expense in ensuring that our clinic is comfortable, attractive and homely with fantastic facilities for all patients to enjoy. Our dedicated team of addiction treatment professionals possess extensive credentials and expert training in the field of addiction services.
We also offer free group sessions for families or anyone closely connected to the individual.
These groups provide guidance and support network built and an understanding of addiction acquired. All of which can contribute to ongoing long-term recovery for both addicts and family members.
If you or a loved one are seriously struggling with addiction, private rehab provides:
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 live in or around Surrey and are thinking about attending a private rehab facility nearby 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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The NHS do not provide residential rehab programmes, however they may provide funding for the most serious of cases. There are a number of free services available such as Addaction, which don’t require a GP referral.
If you have been misusing alcohol, benzodiazepines or opiates, a medical detox may be appropriate before commencing any rehab services. This is to ensure substances are removed safely from the body. We recommend that you speak with your GP before commencing any services, as they may be able to assist with a medical detox programme.
In Surrey there are a number of organisations that provide drug and alcohol treatment, including:
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:
There are many outstanding services offered by the NHS, non-profit fellowship groups such as AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and charities (Addaction).
These services are highly recommended regardless of the choice of treatment that you decide upon, as they offer long-term support for those in recovery by promoting abstinence.
Every decision should always start by talking with a GP, as they will be able to refer you or a loved one to the relevant NHS services available. Depending on the addiction faced, a number of medications are available to help deal with withdrawal-related symptoms.
Telephone: 0300 222 5932
Address: Laurel House, Farnham Road Hospital, Farnham Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7LX
Website: i-access website.
They work alongside Catalyst, a specialist non-profit organisation, to help people in Surrey who want help with a problematic drug use, as well as those who are dependent on alcohol, and want to stop or control their drinking. Their main office is in Guildford they operate all over the county.
Fellowship meetings such as AA and NA (Narcotics Anonymous) provide support to those in recovery in the form of group therapy. For some opening up on addiction can be a daunting task, but being part of a fellowship helps :
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 Surrey 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.
Royal Garrison Church Hall, Farnborough Rd
Wednesdays at 8:00pm
Hamilton Room, Church St
Fridays at 8:30pm
St Christopher’s Church, 55 Cove Rd
Wednesdays at 7:30pm
See the full list of AA meetings in and around Surrey
St Andrews Church Rectory
Upper Church Lane
Perry Hill, Worplesdon
See the full list of NA meetings in and around Surrey
Surrey neighbours Kent to the East, Sussex to the South, Hampshire to the West and London to the North East, making it highly accessible throughout the South-East region. If you are travelling from Kent by Car the M25 is your best option. From London, it is best to take the M25 and M4. Take the M23 if you’re travelling from Sussex and join the M25 at junction 7. If you’re travelling from Hampshire take the M3 to junction 3 (Lightwater) then take the A roads as far as Woking.
Woking train station is a good hub for those travelling from London (Waterloo Station) and Hampshire (Winchester), a day ticket costs around £15. From Hampshire, the South Western line runs from Winchester to Woking in just one hour.