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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’s programme of recovery offers comprehensive abstinence-based treatment and care for people who have problems with alcohol or drug use. The daily programme is highly structured and is designed to help clients to recognise and accept the extent of their chemical dependency initially, and then to develop the skills and attitudes necessary for a happy and successful long-term recovery. Regular individual counselling sessions help clients to identify and overcome any underlying personal issues that could interfere with the recovery process. Our location on the border with England and Wales puts us within easy reach of a wide range of leisure and exercise opportunities. This allows us to introduce clients to a wide range of therapeutic pursuits as part of the weekend programme.
This Clinic specialises in treating patients with a wide range of mental health issues including drug & alcohol addiction. The hospital has an excellent reputation for its range of services and standards of psychiatric and psychological care in the areas of addictions, general psychiatry, eating disorders and adolescent mental health.
The goal of treatment on our addictions treatment programme is to facilitate long-term recovery through abstinence, restoring psychological and physical wellbeing as quickly as possible, thus helping patients to regain control of their lives. All patients are admitted under the care of a consultant psychiatrist and have a primary nurse who co-ordinates their programme.
This rehab and detox centre was established in 1988 in Lancashire, and comprises two residential Treatment Centres all within close proximity to one other, the local amenities and the beach. The first centre provides Detoxification, Treatment and Rehabilitation, while the second provides Extended Care for those who require additional time to address deeper underlying issues.
All our Centres are CSCI-registered, and Investor in People Accredited. We provide treatment and rehabilitation based upon the Modified 12- Step philosophy of abstinence, for adults aged 18 to 64 who suffer from Alcohol and/or other Drug Addictions.
We offer a safe, comfortable, inviting and confidential environment, in which clients can discover the nature of their drug or alcohol addiction, and receive the necessary help from highly qualified staff to change the negative behaviour patterns associated with their addiction.
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.
|Chester, England||St Francis' R.C Church, 15 Cuppin Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2BN||Monday||7:30|
|Wrexham, Wales||Open Minds 11 Grosvenor Rd, Wrexham, LL11 1BS||Tuesday||7:45|
|Liverpool, England||Lark Lane Community Centre, Lark Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside L17 8UU||Wednesday||7:30|
|Rockferry, England (Woodwood Estate)||Courtney Park Community Centre, 10-12 Courtney Road, Rockferry, Lancashire CH42 1QS||Wednesday||1:00|
|Garston, England||Reading Rooms, Wellington Street, Garston, Merseyside L19 2LX||Monday||7:30|
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.
|CHESTER||United Reformed Church, 121a Saughall Rd, Blacon, (opp The Parade) CHESTER CHESHIRE ENGLAND||Monday||19:30|
|SALTNEY||Oddfellows Hall, 65 High St, SALTNEY FLINTSHIRE WALES||Tuesday||20:00|
|CHESTER||United Reformed Church, Handbridge CHESTER CHESHIRE ENGLAND||Wednesday||12:00|
|CHESTER||Christleton Methodist Church, Little Heath Rd, Christleton CHESTER CHESHIRE ENGLAND||Sunday||19:00|
|BUCKLEY||Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Jubilee Rd BUCKLEY DENBIGHSHIRE/FLINTSHIRE/WREXHAM WALES||Tuesday||20:00|
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.
|Chester Community Alcohol Service||2A George St||Chester||CH1 3EQ||01244 398 039|
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