We provide a support service for people who want to access addiction treatment services, either for themselves or someone else.
Our team provides detailed information and advice about the services available in the UK.
Due to the benefits of private residential rehab and detox in terms of accessibility, availability and quality of service, our specialism is in this area. We tell people about the clinics available, what to consider when booking and help to organise immediate referrals.
When you are back on track, you may find community-based services a useful addition to your aftercare plan. There are also a number of support services for those who care for someone with an addiction issue.
Local addiction support services include:
Carers in Hertfordshire – The organisation’s Drug and Alcohol Carers Forum provides support, advice and information to people who have a drug or alcohol issue that relies on them in some way.
The Living Room – A Stevenage-based addiction recovery charity that offers support to individuals and their friends, family and loved ones.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – The AA website provides details of all the venues, dates and times of local meetings. The North Herts Intergroup is very active.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – There are NA meetings across Hertfordshire and beyond, including in Luton, Stevenage, St Albans and Hemel Hempstead.
Our team prioritises making the time and space for people to outline their situation, requirements, needs and concerns in regard to addiction and treatment.
We listen first and act next. Experienced in working with individuals, loved ones and employers to organise addiction treatment, we offer a professional but empathetic and caring service.
Primarily we work with people who want to access private residential rehab and provide detail on the options available, across a range of providers. We also organise bookings.
We can help you to assess nearby options for rehab and understand the variations between what is on offer in terms of treatment style, environment, cost and outcome data.
Options range from a clinic in Luton – where sober living houses are an option on leaving the centre – to a 13-bed Northamptonshire clinic where the environment is very high specification and there’s an on-site sauna, gym and swimming pool.
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We’re here to answer your questions, so do please get in touch by message, text, email or phone.
We’re specialists in UK rehab options and can advise you on alcohol rehab in the North West, drug rehab in the North West and other addiction support services in the area.