Cardiff Rehab Centre
Primary and Secondary Care is provided at this small tranquil and cohesive unit enables the highly skilled staff team to address behaviours and coping mechanisms, support and manage traumas that may be associated with domestic or previous abuse.
The ambiance lends itself to the women to address their treatment and recovery needs without distractions, attentions and competition that they might experience in a mixed gender environment.
- 9 out of 10 clients achieve their treatment goal
- Regulated by the Care Quality Commission
- Award winning specialist healthcare provider
What is the environment like?
This small, tranquil and cohesive unit enables the highly skilled staff team to address behaviours and coping mechanisms, support and manage traumas that may be associated with domestic or previous abuse. The ambiance lends itself to the women to address their treatment and recovery needs without distractions, attentions and competition that they might experience in a mixed gender environment.
How long will I stay?
The treatment approach is client centred and based on a modified Minnesota Model with abstinence as its core aim and employing the 12 Steps of the AA/NA Fellowship.
What is the ethos and approach?
Addiction is considered in terms of a primary illness with physical, mental and spiritual (relationship) symptoms. Each of these is treated in a multi-dimensional approach with the aim of responding to the whole person rather than their individual parts. People come to be treated because they are ill and not because they are bad or weak.
Therapy is based on individual and group work and this aspect of treatment employs an integrative approach where Motivational Interviewing, an Inter-Personal Model of group work and a range of counselling models are combined. Every attempt is made to provide a treatment process that balances support and challenge, as we believe that this will provide the best medium for change and one of the greatest assets in this process is the peer group.
Who will be looking after you?
A fully qualified, expert team of psychiatrists, therapists, counsellors, nurses and key workers.
Who is it suited for?
Women over the age of 18 who are dealing with addiction problems.
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 Cardiff
You can find a list of all AA meetings in Cardiff and across Wales here https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/.
We’ve pulled together some of the most useful resources and information for Cardiff below:
We have also created some guides to help you understand more about rehab and what to expect.