Alcohol and drug addiction is on the rise in Leicestershire and with government cuts to local detox and rehab facilities over the last 10 years there is a growing demand for affordable private rehabilitation.
Private rehab centres help you stop the vicious cycle of addiction and put you on the right path to rebuilding your life. Treatment is personalised to fit your needs and most addiction specialists you’ll work with are long-term recovering addicts, who use their own experiences to help you.
Start your recovery journey by calling our free drug treatment helpline and one of our drug counsellors will help you find a recovery centre close to you.
Oasis Bradford is a 19-bedroom, en-suite detox clinic. Our detox and rehab programme is designed to cater for your mind, body and spirit. We create a personalised plan, centred around your individual treatment needs to ensure you receive comprehensive care.
Your medical team is always on hand to monitor and adjust treatment procedures where necessary. You’ll have access to a clinical psychiatrist, trained nurses, psychotherapists and doctors throughout the duration of your stay.
It’s 95 miles from Leicestershire to Bradford; we offer a sober transport service that will take you from your residence to the rehab centre and bring you home after you’re discharged.
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
Turning Point (Leicestershire and Rutland) This is an integrated substance abuse service for Leicestershire, Rutland and Leicester Prison. Turning Point helps adults and young people affected by drugs, who need support to make positive changes. They assist you in finding the most appropriate treatment for your addiction needs.
2 Eldon Street, Leicester
Phone no: 0330 3036000
Inclusion Healthcare This is a social enterprise that provides healthcare for the homeless and other vulnerable people in Leicester. The goal is to improve the wellbeing of the homeless through the provision of high-quality and responsive healthcare services. Treatment and support are patient-centric and empower marginalised individuals to reach their full potential.
Charles Berry House, 45 East Bond Street, Leicester
Phone no: 0116 2212780
SMART Recovery Leicester SMART comprises a group of individuals who follow a science-based approach to help members recover from substance and alcohol abuse, as well as other addictive behaviours. Members believe that there is no single approach to recovery and that a combination of support groups, therapies and other treatment techniques helps produce the best outcome.
Peggs Close, Earl Shilton, Leicester (Fridays 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm)
Phone no: 07758668358
Narcotics Anonymous: This is another mutual aid society that is also founded on 12-step therapy, like AA. However, NA is made up of men and women who have resolved to kick their addiction to drugs. NA meetings are free to attend, with the sole requirement being that you’ve made the firm decision to quit using drugs.
Alcoholics Anonymous This a self-help group that is based on the 12-step programme, which involves individuals who are fighting to overcome their drinking problems. It is an independent international community with meeting venues all over the world.
A counselling service that provides help for individuals who want to quit drugs and alcohol. Dear Albert works directly with organisations and providers of substance abuse treatment to provide a better outcome for service users.
The Stairway Project Recovery Hub, 68 Humberstone Gate, Leicester
Phone no: 0116 2917298
Established in 1988, Double Impact provides support for people dealing with drug and alcohol issues. They recognise that the journey to recovery is difficult and help you to make positive changes to rebuild your life.
24 Friar Lane, Nottingham
Phone no: 0115 8240366
Drug and Alcohol Service Support (Blaby):
Blaby District Council has put together a comprehensive directory, via which you can find support for addiction locally.
Community Services, Blaby District Council, Desford Road, Narborough
Phone no: 0116 2727672
The journey from Leicester to Bolling Road, Bradford takes two hours by car. The fastest route is via the M1 in Markfield. Continue to the A6177 in Bradford until you arrive at Bolling Road. There are several trains that commute between London and Leicester. All trains leave from St Pancras International and the journey lasts one hour and ten minutes.
Leicestershire lies in the heart of England in the East Midlands. The extensive network of public transport will get you where you need to be. Bus transport companies leave the centre of Leicester and stop at the city’s University. Most buses that collect from Leicester train station include Arriva. You can plan your trip with Travel East Midlands.