Suffolk Rehab Centre
Residential alcohol addiction rehab centre in Suffolk, East Anglia. A discreet rural location with a maximum capacity for 12 clients provides clients with personalised attention and individual treatment.
- Leading private residential treatment centre
- Detox, counselling, therapy for alcohol treatment
- 95% patient satisfaction
What is the environment like?
Extremely high standard of accommodation; clients each have a double bedroom and a bathroom. Lounges, relaxation facilities and extensive grounds and gardens, allowing for time out and contemplation.
What is the ethos and approach?
A safe and discreet alcohol and substance free environment, while clients get to grips with the problem of their addiction. Comprehensive treatment and care, co-ordinated by a multidisciplinary team to suite the unique needs of every client.
How long will I stay?
Most clients stay between 4- 6 weeks.
Who will be looking after you?
A fully qualified team of psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, holistic providers, cognitive behavioural counsellors, addictions qualified support workers as well as a large team of approved recovery sponsors.
Who is this clinic regulated by?
This clinic is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, the governing body who set standards of quality and safety.
How do I find out more?
To organise a free assessment at this clinic call 08000029010.
To speak with someone who’s completed treatment at this clinic, call us 08000029010.
To order a free brochure, please click here.
Can I visit this treatment centre?
Absolutely. We would recommend you visit the treatment centre and meet with the team who will be looking after you. It’s a good chance to get a feel for what a stay here is like and for the team to get to know you and ensure they can fulfil your needs. You’ll be given an opportunity to talk with clients who are in treatment and ask them about their own experiences.
AA meetings and addiction support sessions in Suffolk
You can find a full list of all AA meetings in Suffolk and across the area here https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/.
We’ve pulled together some of the most useful resources and information for the area.
We have also created some guides to help you understand more about rehab and what to expect.