If you have reached a point where you know radical action is needed to help you break free from addiction we are here to help.
Many of the people we work with have been battling drug or alcohol dependency for many years and have made numerous attempts to get well. We listen without judgement and offer options to allow you to move forward.
We can discuss whether detox is necessary for you and explore where you can find the best support with it.
We also support with gambling and other addictions and partner with centres that specialise in helping people with co-existing issues such as depression and anxiety.
Most of the people we work with have already exhausted community-based addiction support and are looking for more intensive treatment.
If you feel community-based recovery may still be possible for you, some of the local options are below. Some of these services are often also used as additional aftercare and, in some cases, by families who need support.
Substance to Solution Kettering – A Change Grow Live project offering support for those facing drug and alcohol issues through therapy sessions, workshops and peer support.
Northamptonshire Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse (NADASA) – Offers a specialist line for people in Kettering who are victims of domestic abuse and also misusing drugs or alcohol.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – Click the link to find details of meetings in Kettering and surrounds.
SMART (Self-management and recovery training) – A programme that provides training and tools to help behaviour change, with meetings in Kettering.
We’re a free advice and information service centred on addiction treatment and specialising in private residential treatment.
Our service aims to provide all the information you need to understand the treatment options available to you and make informed choices about your own care and recovery.
We provide a booking and referral service to private addiction services when you decide it is right for you.
We’re here for anyone who cares about someone with addiction issues and wants to help them into treatment as well as for people dealing with addiction themselves.
We’ll talk you through rehab options that fit your specific budget, circumstances and needs.
You will likely wish to consider the type of clientele clinics tend to attract – perhaps you’d feel more comfortable in a clinic with people of a similar age or that specialises in treatment of women, the types of treatment offered and the environment – rural, coastal or urban, for instance.
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.