If you or a loved one are having trouble with substance abuse and addiction, you are not alone. Over time, drug and alcohol addiction has become more prevalent in Cheshire, but despite this, help is still available.
Substance addiction can be described as a compulsive use of drugs or alcohol which has spiralled out of control. Such a condition can be life-threatening if left unchecked. This is because addiction will only worsen in time if not properly treated.
Fortunately, there a number of private rehab facilities in and around the Cheshire area that provide professional addiction treatment. Whether you live in Chester, Warrington, Crewe, or anywhere else in the county, finding effective addiction treatment close by is easier than ever.
Some of the services we provide include:
Oasis Bradford is located less than 50 miles from Cheshire (depending on whereabouts you live). Therefore it is just over a 1hr drive to most areas in the county. We provide a sober transportation service for anyone that needs it from Cheshire to Yorkshire.
Oasis Runcorn on the other is located in Runcorn, Cheshire and is the other half of the Oasis Recovery family. Dependant on your treatment needs we can advise you on which clinic better suits you.
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• Price can be a barrier which needs to be weighed up versus the long-term cost of drug and alcohol abuse
• Being away from friends and family which at first can be emotionally challenging
Oasis Bradford has a range of cost-effective treatment options making it the most outstanding value for money 100% CQC rated alcohol and drug detox and rehab clinic in the UK.
Please see below for our range of treatment and prices
Addiction counselling 10 sessions for £1,000
10 day detox with therapy £3,500
28 day detox, rehab & therapy £9,000
However we do have a low-cost option in Oasis Runcorn:
84 day detox, rehab & therapy for just £9999 (£833 per week making, it one of the most cost-effective options in the country)
NHS Addiction Treatment Options are usually free of charge for all Cheshire residents and can be accessed within your local community. This makes NHS addiction treatment a sound alternative for individuals who may not be able to afford treatment in a private rehab facility.
On the downside, accessing and receiving NHS addiction treatment can take a considerable amount of time. This is due to the fact you’ll most likely be placed on a waiting list when applying– the length of which will depend on the demand for NHS addiction treatment in your area at that time.
Furthermore, you might not have access to a personal therapist or be referred to a residential rehab facility for treatment. You might also have to visit numerous addiction clinics for different treatments. Simply put, in this scenario, the quality of your addiction treatment is completely out of your hands and determined solely by the NHS. For people who want fast and individualised addiction treatment, the NHS might not be their best option.
A variety of addiction support groups are active in Cheshire. They provide support and other types of help that addicts need to successfully overcome their substance dependence. You can find one within your local community or close by; if you prefer, opt for one further away from home for privacy reasons.
Popular addiction support groups in and around Cheshire include
The Oasis Bradford Centre: Oasis Recovery Communities provide detox programmes and other forms of addiction treatment that address issues of the body, mind and spirit in order to achieve long-term recovery.
Acorn Recovery Projects offers innovative recovery services to help addicts and their families to overcome the pain and complications of drug and alcohol addiction.
Oasis Rehab Runcorn focuses on the welfare of its patients; its services go beyond inpatient treatment. The group accomplishes this by motivating patients to rebuild what they might have lost due to their addiction.
Young Addaction provides youths in Runcorn a place to turn for help when they are ready to fight their drug or alcohol addiction.
With a number of recovery programmes available throughout Cheshire – including Congleton and Warrington – it’s best if you select one that is within close proximity and easily accessible.
However, there are other factors that should be considered when selecting a recovery programme. To find one that’s most capable of helping you make a full recovery from addiction, be aware what your exact needs are. This will make it easier to find professional care that can actually meet those needs.
Take the following into consideration when trying to select an ideal addiction recovery programme:
Also, be sure to consult your doctor, so as to gain professional insight concerning your options.
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit organisation comprising a range of individuals from all walks of life who are in recovery from narcotics addiction. It is a programme that promotes complete abstinence from all drugs. Find a local NA meeting
Find your nearest meeting:
50 minute wonders
St Michaels and All Angels Church,
Greenway Road, Runcorn, Cheshire
Sundays at 6:00 pm
Fairfield and Howley Neighbourhood Project
Fairfield Street, Warrington, Cheshire
Mondays at 7:15 pm
The Wishing Well
Jubilee House, St Pauls Street, Crewe, Cheshire
Mondays at 7.30pm
Beech House, 20 Buxton Road, Congleton, Cheshire
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Narcotics Anonymous Meeting
Fairfield and Howley Neighbourhood Project, Fairfield Street, Warrington. Cheshire
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Trinity Methodist Church
Whitby Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire
Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
Alcoholic Anonomous is an international fellowship of recovery alcoholics and is free to attend.
Northwich Sandiway Shy Sharers
Sandiway Methodist Church Hall, Weaverham Rd, Sandiway
Fridays at 8.00pm
Winsford As Bill Sees It
St Joseph’s RC Church, Woodford Lane
Wednesdays at 8.00pm
Northwich: Sisters of Sobriety
Carers Centre, 146 London Rd
Fridays at 8.00pm
Northwich Methodist Church, 163 Witton St
Saturdays at 10.00am
Helsby: Step Friday
Helsby Methodist Church, Chester Rd
Fridays at 7.45pm
Warrington: Stockton Heath
Stockton Heath Methodist Church,
Walton Rd, Stockton Heath
Tuesdays at 7.30pm
The Counselling & Family Centre, Altrincham. Telephone 0161 941 7754
Dave Cooper Counselling, Warrington. Telephone 07764 996223
Halton Drug and Alcohol Services, Widnes. Telephone 0151 422 1400
The Cheshire East Substance Misuse Service (Stepping Stones) provides easy-access to drug or alcohol abuse assistance and treatment. This service is commissioned by Cheshire East Council and is in partnership with establishments such as Acorn Recovery Project, Intuitive Thinking Skills, and Emerging Horizons.
There is a range of public transportation available within Cheshire that makes movement to and from AA and NA meetings easy and convenient.
You can enter Cheshire via the main motorways M6, M56 and M53. The roads are car-friendly, and you can easily hire one in larger towns like Crewe, Chester, Macclesfield and Warrington.
Being the northern hub of the rail network, Crewe offers regular connecting services throughout the region. Travelling to Cheshire by rail is convenient thanks to high speed trains travelling from London to Cheshire’s main line stations every hour.
Manchester International and Liverpool John Lennon are the nearest airports to Chester and Cheshire. By road, they are both approximately 40 minutes away from Cheshire.