Addiction to drugs, whether illegal or legal substances, and alcohol, causes crippling health and social break-downs. If you are in West Yorkshire, and have been using any of these substances for a long time, it is critical that you stop immediately. Your addiction does not cause problems in your life alone, its effects spread further, to cause problems for all those around you. This makes it even more critical that you seek help, and put a stop to your compulsive substance misuse.
You may be confused on the next step to take once you’ve made the welcome decision to quit. However, you should take comfort in the knowledge that there are drug and alcohol addiction treatment services in West Yorkshire that can help you achieve recovery. These services include private rehabilitation, NHS and local government options, support groups and mutual aid communities, as well as charity programmes.
We will provide helpful information about our rehab centre in West Yorkshire, counselling services, as well as free NHS and public treatment services that can help you work through everything to get a drug free life. There are also support groups and mutual aid fellowships that can keep you on your feet after your treatment, available all across the county.
If you’re in West Yorkshire, and are seeking addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one, Oasis Bradford is ideally situated to give you the professional support you need. We are a Bradford-based private rehabilitation centre with other rehabs in neighbouring counties. We offer truly bespoke addiction treatment services, in a convenient environment dedicated to substance abuse recovery and treatment.
Our treatment services span across various different types of substance dependence and behavioural disorders. We carry out specialised medically assisted detox programmes that will see your body rid itself of the remnants of the drugs you have abused, in a relatively comfortable manner. Our doctors are well trained and experienced in withdrawal management, and will see to it that you recover with less problems.
Once we have ensured a successful detox in around about ten days, we’ll guide you to rehab immediately. This is where you’ll be taught coping techniques, and relapse prevention strategies that will help you live free of drugs, alcohol, and other addictive substances. Our rehab programmes include 12-step therapy, individual and group therapy, art therapy, and others such as auricular acupuncture. We also provide free aftercare for a full year, following the completion of your 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:
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
We do however offer lower cost detox andr rehabilitation in our sister clinic Oasis Runcorn which is located in Cheshire.
Forward Leeds is the integrated alcohol and drug service for the city of Leeds. The Leeds Addiction Unit clinical service operates within Forward Leeds, and provides alcohol and drug addiction treatment for people living in the city who are going through a rough spell of substance misuse.
Bradford Community Drug and Alcohol Service (BCDAS) The BCDAS provides complex alcohol dependence and dual-diagnosis support to people living in Bradford.
Support groups mainly consist of 12-step programmes, such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). While NA is open to individuals looking to end their addiction to drugs, AA is only open to those fighting to put an end to their drinking problems. You’ll find different support groups in West Yorkshire that can help you strengthen your resolve to stay sober after, and during, your treatment.
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Leeds, West Yorkshire
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Leeds Rawdon Discussion Monday
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Wakefield Westgate and Leeds are the two main railway stations in West Yorkshire. Other railways stations in the county include Bradford Forster Square, Dewsbury, Shipley, Bradford Interchange, Halifax, Huddersfield, and Keighley. Leeds station is also a Network Rail principal station. You can connect to different parts of West Yorkshire through the 12 commuter railway lines in the county.
West Yorkshire is well-served by a strategic road transport system. The A1(M), M1, and M62 all pass through the county. The internal urban motorways in Bradford and Leeds also connect to these roads. Bradford can be accessed by different trunk roads, such as the A650 between Keighley and Wakefield, the A647 between Halifax and Leeds, the A6036 via Shelf to Halifax, and the A658 that connects to Harrogate.