Finding Local Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment In Tyne And Wear

If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction then we can help! People living with addiction often don’t realise that their drug or alcohol misuse is destructive, which is why it is critical that you help your loved one face the reality of their situation and advise them to seek professional care.

People go through different experiences when it comes to addiction. Which is why there are different treatment options targeted at different addiction situations. It is important that you properly evaluate your situation with the help of a professional before you undertake a treatment plan. This will ensure you kick your addiction once and for all, with the least risk of relapse.

There are NHS and charity funded programmes in Tyne and Wear that can provide you with a certain level of support. There are also private rehabs that offer intensive inpatient programmes. A specialist can guide you through the different options available to you in Tyne and Wear, including Oasis’ private rehab services, support groups and mutual aid communities, as well as local counselling services that can help you achieve and maintain sobriety.

Services Offered By Oasis Bradford

Oasis Bradford located in Bradford, Yorkshire is a unique rehab that provides a holistic treatment process that goes above and beyond inpatient treatment. We provide structure and inspiration to everyone that has lost hope of recovery. Our ability to detox any addictive substance from the human body sets us apart from rivals facilities. This, along with world-class CQC approved holistic rehabilitation ensures that once our clients are detoxed they stay stopped long-term

Oasis Runcorn located in Runcorn, Cheshire is our sister centre and part of the Oasis Recovery Communities family. Here are 100% CQC rated clinic offers intensive rehabilitation programmes tailored to individual needs and preferences

Some of the services we offer include:

  • Alcohol detox and rehab
  • Drug detox and rehab
  • 12-Step therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • 1yr free aftercare relapse prevention
  • Sober transport

Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

Private rehab comes with many advantages over other treatment routes and options such as the NHS, charities and free community programmes.

These advantages include:

  • Around-the-clock Speedy admission in cases of emergency
  • Quick access to health professionals and therapists
  • Detoxification and rehabilitation with 24/7 care and support
  • Personalised treatment programmes
  • Arrangement for family support and therapy
  • Flexible treatment options, which include inpatient and outpatient care
  • 1 yr free aftercare programmes
  • Integration of other therapeutic activities – such as music and art therapy

Cons of private rehab

Cost – which should be weighed up against long-term health deterioration and financial oblivion

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Tyne and Wear?

10 day detox with therapy £3,500
14 day detox, rehab and therapy £4,950
28 day detox, rehab & therapy £9,000

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Tyne and Wear

Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Offers mental health support, that also covers addiction, to people across the county of Tyne and Wear. The trust also partners with other services to provide drug and alcohol treatment support in different areas of the county.

Wear Recovery:
This is Sunderland’s Integrated Substance Misuse Treatment Service for people going through issues as a result of addiction to drugs and alcohol. The service is provided through the partnership of Changing Lives,

Addiction Support Groups in Tyne and Wear

Support groups are free to attend, and are available all across Tyne and Wear. Meetings are typically held weekly and are always open to new members. Affiliating yourself with a group will be ideal if you have gone through a rehab programme and are seeking continuing support. While these programmes are not handled by licensed therapists, they boast an impressive track record of helping recovering addicts fight off urges and cravings.

Mutual aid groups available in Tyne and Wear include Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). These support groups are founded on 12-step therapy, which helps recovering addicts see their addiction in a new light, and address their problems accordingly. While AA involves recovering alcoholics, NA is open to individuals battling with drug misuse.

SMART recovery
which is guided by an evidence-based therapeutic programme, is another mutual aid group that helps addicts learn to cope with, and manage, relapse triggers and cravings.

NA meetings in/ Tyne and Wear

Find a local NA meeting

Sunday 6:30 pm
1a Walker Terrace
Tyne and Wear NE8 1EB

Newcastle upon Tyne
Monday 7:30 pm
Newcomers Meeting
Saint Anne’s C of E Church
Breamish Street
Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear NE1 2DD

North Shields
Tuesday 6:30 pm
Newcomers Meeting
Cedarwood, The Meadowell Centre
Avon Avenue, Meadowell
North Shields
Tyne and Wear NE29 7QT

AA meetings in/near Tyne and Wear

Find a local AA meeting

Gateshead Morning Step 11 Prayer & Meditation
Oaktrees, 1 Walker Terrace
Sunday 10.30 am

Gateshead Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
Education Centre (Gate D).
Monday 7:30 pm

North Shields Chapter Six (into Action)
Cedarwood Centre, 43 Avon Ave,
Meadow Well NE29 7QT
Tuesday 1.30 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Tyne and Wear

If you’re looking to get additional one-on-one guidance from a professional therapist when your whole treatment and aftercare programme os over, the following online directories will help you find private counselling services near your location in Tyne and Wear:

Counselling Pages

Counselling UK

Local Govt Addiction Resources in Tyne and Wear

Newcastle City Council – Drug and Alcohol Social Work Team
This team works to provide support for individuals struggling to quit their addiction to alcohol, drugs, and other substances. They evaluate people’s suitability to access inpatient treatment, care management, and aftercare support.

Changing Lives:
This body operates a recovery centre in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, which is open to those in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.

How Can I Get To and From Tyne and Wear?

By Train

The Tyne and Wear metro connects the different boroughs and cities (Newcastle and Sunderland) in the county. The Newcastle train station also has trains that run to and from London’s Kings Cross, Birmingham New Street, Liverpool Lime Street, and Glasgow Central, among many others under different operators.

By Car

The main roads that serve Tyne and Wear include the A19. that heads past Sunderland and Middlesbrough leading to York and Doncaster, the A1(m) that stretches south to London and north to Edinburgh, the A69 which can connect you to Carlisle heading west, and the A167 that leads to Durham, Chester-le-Street, and Gateshead.