Overcoming alcohol and drug addiction is difficult. You might have tried to quit in the past, but failed. Addiction is a mental health issue that encroaches on every area of your life, affecting your physical wellbeing, relationships with loved ones, work efficiency and finances. Most people can enjoy a glass of beer and stop once they feel intoxicated. Others are unable to stop until they reach oblivion.
There is usually an underlying reason why an addict initially abused alcohol or illegal substances. At a rehab centre, you’ll get to the root cause of addiction and explore all the emotional, physical and psychological reasons that fuelled your addiction. Private rehabs in and around Derbyshire staff a multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, counsellors, recovery workers and specialists. We will help you quit and maintain long-term recovery.
Oasis Bradford offers medically managed detox to individuals who need help beating substance and alcohol addiction. This facility is a 19-bedroom detox clinic with ensuite bathrooms and everything you need for a comfortable stay. We understand that detox can be a painful process, so provide a spa, where clients can relieve aching muscles and relax from the stresses of a day in treatment.
Our inpatient detoxification is adapted to the individual’s needs. Treatment begins with comprehensive assessment and evaluation to determine the severity of your addiction. We devise a customised treatment plan that encompasses your emotional wellbeing, as well as mental and physical health. We are one of the few detox clinics in the UK that work with young people aged 16 to 18, who are struggling with codeine addiction, New Psychoactive substances and marijuana addiction.
Some of our services include:
The distance from Derbyshire to Bradford is 80 miles. We offer a sober transport service that will take you from your residence to our detox clinic and bring you home after you’ve completed treatment.
Call us today for treatment options:
Private rehab comes with many advantages over other treatment routes and options such as the NHS, charities and free community programmes.
These advantages include:
Cons of private rehab
Cost – which should be weighed up against long-term health deterioration and financial oblivion
Addiction counselling 10 sessions for £1,000
10 day detox with therapy £3,500
14 day detox, rehab and therapy £4,950
28 day detox, rehab & therapy £9,000
CGL Derbyshire: This is an integrated service that offers free and confidential drug/alcohol support for young people (not above the age of 19 years), who receive support to make a positive choice and choose achievable goals, aimed at quitting substance abuse. CGL does not judge or tell you what to do. They understand that it’s difficult seeking help for addiction and try to make their services easy and accessible to all.
CGL offers drop-in services at youth centres, schools, colleges and your home. Wherever you’re, located, they can come to you. Their address and phone number are provided for contact purposes and appointments can be made at designated locations.
Unit 1, Derwent Street, Belper
Phone no: 01773 303646
Lauren’s Link: This is a support service that helps carers and family members affected by a loved one’s drug use. They offer a safe and confidential environment, where loved ones can share their experiences, gain a better understanding of their situation, acquire further knowledge/information and learn from the experiences of other members who’ve been in similar situations.
Their Angels service helps family members identify the dead bodies of loved ones lost to drug and alcohol addiction. They also provide support during the inquest and funeral planning process.
Halliday House, 2 Wilson Street, Derby
Phone no: 01332 362744
Derbyshire Carers Association: This association understands the strain of addiction on carers and family members of an addict. They aim to provide support in a friendly, welcoming environment that encourages participants to speak out, without fear of judgement. All participants are required to sign a confidentiality agreement to ensure group discussions remain private. Meetings are held every last Wednesday of the month at 6pm.
Hope Springs, Springwell House, Newbold Road, Chesterfield
Phone no: 01773 833833
SMART Recovery: This is a science-based programme that helps participants to overcome their physical and behavioural addiction. Members can stay as long as they want, but most people find that long-term abstinence is achieved through continued attendance. SMART Recovery doesn’t ascribe to a higher being, nor acknowledge that individuals are powerless to their addiction. Instead, they believe that through the application of research-backed findings and therapy, members can recover from both physical and behavioural addiction.
Bankgate Resource Centre, Unit 13-15 Rinkway Industrial Estate, Rink Drive, Swadlincote
Phone no: 01246 206514
The Convent of Mercy
11 Bridge Gate
Sunday 7:30 pm
Friends Meeting House
St. Helen’s Street
Tuesday 7:30 pm
St Andrews House
Wednesday 7:30 pm
St John the Evangelist Church
Mill Street, Derby
Tuesday 1:00 pm
Sisters of Mercy
11 Bridge Gate
Tuesday 6:00 pm
Friends Meeting House
St Helens Street
Wednesday 7:30 pm
Aquarius – Recovery Support Service: Aquarius Recovery Service provides support for adults who need help on their recovery journey. Treatment is customised to fit your addiction needs. Services complement regular drug/alcohol treatment, with a focus on helping you make positive changes towards abstinence
St Andrew’s House, 201 London Road, Derby
Phone no: 0300 7900265 (Option 3)
Breakout: This is an integrated service for young people in Derby, aged 18 years and under. You can access the Breakout service at Connexions, youth centres, schools or at home. They cover the city of Derby and South Derbyshire
Space @ Connexions, Curzon House, 8 Curzon Street, Derby
Phone no: 01332 641661
Derby Drug and Alcohol Service: DAAS is part of the Derbyshire Recovery Partnership, which includes Phoenix Futures, Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Intuitive Thinking Skills. DAAS is the main point of contact for all individuals who need help recovering from drug/alcohol abuse in Derbyshire.
Services include comprehensive assessment, brief interventions, telephone support, individual counselling, advice and information, training for social care and health workers, service user feedback facility, support for carers and family members, volunteering opportunities and referrals to specialist services.
First Floor, Dents Chambers, 81 New Square, Chesterfield
Phone no: 0845 3084010
If you’re travelling from Derbyshire to Oasis Bradford for detox, it’s a one-hour and 40-minute drive via the M1 in South Normanton from the A6, A610 and A38. Continue on the M1 to Bradford, link to the A6177 until you arrive at your destination. Don’t forget, we offer a sober transport service, so you don’t have to stress yourself making the drive.
Getting around Derbyshire is easy, as it’s served by a comprehensive public transport system. Most of the train services operate around the county edges. The main stations in the east are located in Chesterfield and Derby. There are served from East Anglia, London, the Midlands and South West England.
Local bus services operate between most towns. To save money, use the Derbyshire Wayfarer if you’re travelling on several trains or using more than one bus. The main bus service in the county is Transpeak, which runs from Belper, Derby, Bakewell, Nottingham, Buxton and Manchester.