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Why a Rehab Centre? A residential detox centre will provide a safe environment to detox from drugs and alcohol. Once an individual is physically addicted to drugs and/or alcohol the detoxification process requires medical supervision. Following detox, the individual can then enter a programme of rehabilitation with various aftercare options available, all of which improve the individuals chances of long-term success.
The treatment centre provides residential treatment, counselling and support services for alcoholism, drug addiction, eating disorders, co-dependency, gaming and gambling both to individual sufferers, concerned others and professionals.
Established in 1974, the centre has helped thousands of people throughout the UK and from abroad to establish a quality recovery and a life free from addiction.
As the first in this country to provide treatment based on the AA/NA 12 Step programme, the organisation has had more experience than any other in the country at working with this effective programme. In acknowledgement for having one of the best completion rates and highest standards of professional care, in 2006 the treatment centre programme was the first to be accredited by the European Association for the Treatment of Addiction (EATA) of which it was a founder member.
This Bristol Clinic is an independent treatment centre specialising in the management and treatment of mental health problems for adults and adolescents, including heroin addiction.
Opened in 1994, the drug addiction centre has established an excellent reputation for providing the highest standards of mental healthcare. The hospital has residential facilities for 38 patients, as well as day care and out-patient services. The hospital also incorporates a Grade 2 listed building, Health House, which is prominently situated in landscaped grounds.
The treatment centre offers a unique and holistic approach to treating a range of conditions including substance abuse, alcohol dependency, various behavioural addictions, anxiety, mood disorders, video game addiction, gambling and eating disorders.
Our approach is unique and encompasses therapies aimed at healing the body, mind, soul and heart. Our programmes are tailored to each individual with equal emphasis placed on physical health, mental well-being and emotional connection.
We pride ourselves on being flexible in our approach. We offer detoxification and comprehensive medical services, intensive inpatient rehabilitation, one-to-one counselling, complimentary therapies and continuing aftercare services.
We resist the usual urge to categorise people in diagnostic 'boxes'. We realise that what works for someone may not be as appropriate for another. Our programmes are therefore never pre-designed and are specifically customised and developed only after thorough assessments from a range of clinical perspectives.
We also understand that although our clients are here to change and to heal, they need not compromise on the comfort and responsiveness they expect from their environments. The centre offers a warm, protected, gracious home with a nurturing treatment team exclusively at your service.
NA meetings are held all across the UK and provide a network of support or a form of self-help for drug addicts. NA meetings are based upon the foundations of the AA movement; they are spiritual, not religious, there is no requirement to talk at a meeting and anonymity is protected rigorously. Drop out rates are high, but for those that remain abstinence rates are excellent.
The following are a list of meetings close to you.
|Cardiff||Fitzhamon Centre 53b Fitzhamon Embankment Riverside||Monday||7:45|
|Weston-super-mare||United Reform Church The Boulevard / Waterloo Street||Sunday||6:00|
|Weston-super-mare||Emmanuel Church Union Street / Oxford Street||Monday||7:00|
|Weston-super-mare||St Saviour's Church 74 Locking Road||Monday||7:00|
|Weston-super-mare||All Saints Church All Saints Road||Tuesday||5:15|
AA meetings are held all across the UK and provide a network of support or a form of self-help for alcoholics. AA meetings are spiritual, not religious, there is no requirement to talk at a meeting and anonymity is protected rigorously. Drop out rates are high, but for those that remain abstinence rates are excellent.
|Cardiff: Cymraeg Welsh Language||Board Rm, Baptist College, 54 Richmond Rd||Thursday||20|
|Penarth||Methodist Church, Albert Rd||Sunday||20|
|Cardiff||Friends Meeting House, 43 Charles St.||Tuesday||20|
|Cardiff Beginners: Big Book||Friends Meeting House, 43 Charles St, (city centre off||Friday||18|
|Cardiff||Canton Uniting Church, Theobald Rd||Monday||20|
The NHS provides limited help for alcohol addicted individuals. Limited residential clinic spaces and more likely, outpatient services including counselling can be accessed – although the waiting list can be lengthy.
|Advice & Counselling on Alcohol & Drugs||55a Oxford Street||Weston-super-Mare||BS23 1TR||01934 415376|
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