Are you or a family member looking for a drug or alcohol rehab in or near Berkshire? If so, our fully residential addiction treatment centre is based in Shoeburyness, Southend-on-sea, in Essex, not too far away, and very conveniently located by road or rail. The Lighthouse rehab, owned by Step by Step Recovery, offers affordable detox, addiction treatment, accomodation and all meals within one cost effective price and under one roof.
Idyllically situated along the South East coast line, close to the sandy beaches of Southend-on-sea, The Lighthouse rehab delivers affordable luxury drug and alcohol rehab of exceptional quality.
If you live in the Berkshire area and are looking for a free alcohol rehab for you or a loved one, sadly the NHS does not offer rehab in Berkshire or in any other area.
Funding for drug and alcohol services has been slashed in recent years by as much as 30% in some areas. This has resulted in a disastrous and notable rise in drug and alcohol related deaths, as NHS and council services, called Alcohol and Drug Partnerships (ADPs) have less resources, and simply do not offer in-patient rehab. And, it can take weeks to simply get an appointment in order to get an assessment on your addiction. We are not putting people off liaising with these services, it’s simply that they don’t have the resources or facilities for immediate addiction treatment.
If you cannot afford private alcohol rehab, there are other options to consider, but first of all ask yourself can you really NOT afford to pay for rehab? A medical alcohol detox from drugs or alcohol is not a major purchase and can save lives. For life saving alcohol treatment it really is worth considering if you and your family are able to raise the needed funds.
Applying for government funding for alcohol rehab can take months to be awarded. It is very limited and therefore only granted to the most exceptional cases. Sadly, for many the funding comes too late. Alcoholism and drug addiction are life threatening conditions but tragically when it comes to adequate free addiction treatment, the UK government fall spectacularly short.
For free alcohol or drug rehab in the Berkshire area, please contact your local Berkshire drug and alcohol services team who will be able to advise you of the criteria for applications and the approximate waiting times involved. You may also find it helpful to speak to your GP and contact Alcoholics Anonymous to find local AA meetings in and around the Berkshire area.
By car from Berkshire the journey to The Lighthouse Drug & Alcohol Rehab Clinic is a little over two hours and is located on the London commuter belt for convenience of access. Southend-on-sea itself boasts a large and well established therapeutic community for those in recovery. The Lighthouse rehab is able to accommodate those that require sober living and supported housing – ideal for those looking for long term rehab for alcohol or drugs.
The costs of drug and alcohol rehab in and around London is extremely expensive. With no private addiction rehab clinics in Berkshire itself, The Lighthouse rehab really is a very prudent treatment option to consider.
So whether you live in any of the major towns in Berkshire including Reading, Slough, Bracknell, Maidenhead, Woodley, Wokingham, Windsor, Earley or Sandhurst, or any other part of Berkshire, our rehab in Essex is located only a couple of hours away. We also offer a transportation service, where we can collect clients by car and accompany them to our drug and alcohol rehab.
If you are looking for help for a drug or alcohol problem and live in Berkshire, there are a few addiction treatment pathways to consider.
The first option is to admit to a drug and alcohol rehab. This will cost money but for expert addiction help and treatment it is a worthwhile investment in your future recovery. Private addiction clinics also have no waiting lists. In a crisis an emergency admission to a rehab facility really is a life saving option.
Free addiction treatment options include contacting your GP for support and advice, self refer to your local drug and alcohol services for support in the community and self help groups like Berkshire AA meetings and Berkshire Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
12 step meetings in Berkshire will offer a programme of recovery that you can engage in, as well as support from like minded individuals. The 12 step model of addiction treatment has been proven to help many individuals suffering from addiction and alcoholism to stay clean and sober.
The Lighthouse rehab in Southend-on-sea, Essex, also implements elements of the 12 step model of care, but unlike in the community it is delivered in the safe environment of our inpatient rehab by addiction treatment professionals. We combine this highly effective model with other evidence based addiction treatments; ensuring that each individual patients treatment needs are fully met.
For private alcohol and drug rehab in Berkshire, please call: FREE 0800 170 1222
For more information on Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Berkshire, please call: FREE 0800 9177 650
For more information on Narcotics Anonymous meetings in Berkshire, please call: 0300 999 1212
The Lighthouse rehab administers bespoke alcohol/drug detox and rehabilitation. Each recovery treatment programme and medical detox is tailored specifically to meet your or your loved ones medical and psychological treatment needs. We consider ourselves to be amongst the top rehabs in the UK specialising in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction.
Furthermore, our superb Lighthouse rehab team deliver a multidisciplinary approach to treating addiction that is truly personalised and professional. Using evidence based addiction treatments, combining proven and highly effective talking therapies and holistic therapies, we can help you or your loved one to overcome alcohol and drug addiction once and for all.
Urgent rehab admissions can be facilitated as can sober transportation; family and close friends are welcome to visit. Please call us direct to arrange a viewing or complete and return our online assessment form.
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