Rehab in Hampshire

Addiction is a progressive disease. This means that, the longer you wait to receive treatment, the more uncomfortable the eventual withdrawal symptoms will be. You will also require intensive, specialised care, and a longer rehab stay to deal with the damages caused by your addiction. The sooner you receive treatment, the easier it is to rebuild the relationships broken by addiction, treat the physical damage, and address mental health issues.

Rehab centres are equipped with excellent counsellors, recovery workers, therapists, nurses and doctors. Addicts risk premature death from physical damage and overdose. Those who survive face life with a debilitating illness, that is sometimes irreversible. Inpatient rehab centres help you understand why you started using, and highlight coping techniques to prevent a relapse.

Rehab prepares you for abstinence, surrounds you with other patients who are going through similar situations, and helps you escape from the vicious cycle of an environment that enables addiction.

Overview of the Services Offered at Sanctuary Lodge

Sanctuary Lodge Halstead, is a state of the art rehabilitation/detox centre that boasts 24 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. Most of our clients come to us in dire need of help to quit their addiction and learn coping skills. We design a personalised treatment plan based on your input, as well as the results from your physical checkup and psychiatric evaluation.

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We are one of the few UK rehab centres that cater to the addiction needs of young people, aged 16-18. The distance from Hampshire to Hedingham Road, Halstead, is 135.2 miles. To ease the burden of making travel arrangements, we offer a sober transport service that can take you from your residence in Hampshire to our rehab, and take you home after you’ve completed treatment.

The Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

The Pros

Repairing broken relationships with loved ones: Private rehab centres in Hampshire, and its surroundings, understand the importance of including your family in treatment. Several types of family therapy, such as couples therapy and multidimensional family therapy, are used to build trust and work through all issues that might trigger drug/alcohol use.

Holistic therapies: Thanks to innovation in addiction research, there are alternative and holistic therapies that complement traditional therapy models. At a private rehab, you’ll have access to most of these services, which help to reduce cravings for the drug, make you comfortable during your stay, and teach you sustainable ways to live a healthy life after treatment.

Therapeutic environment: Most of our bedrooms at Sanctuary Lodge overlook the parklands and surrounding countryside. A therapeutic environment is serene and devoid of drugs and alcohol, to prevent relapse.

Aftercare services: Aftercare support is at the heart of any treatment plan. When you’ve completed your rehab stay, we at Sanctuary Lodge offer a complimentary one-year aftercare plan to help you maintain abstinence. This includes continued therapy sessions, pharmacology, 12-step meetings, group therapy, and more.

The Cons

  • The high cost of treatment
  • Having to establish social connections with people you don’t know

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Hampshire?

The cost of treatment depends on the number of therapies used, duration of stay, location of rehab, type of programme, and staff to patient ratio. Many insurers cover the cost of addiction treatment, but you can also look into crowdfunding, government grant, rehab scholarships, and financial aid from loved ones to supplement the costs that aren’t covered by your insurer.

Standard rehab costs between £5,000-£7,000 a month, and £1,000-£1,500 a week. Luxury programmes, where you enjoy more amenities, are expensive. Prices start from £10,000-£15,000 a week.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Hampshire

Morph- Southampton Voluntary Service: This is the main body for all community groups and local voluntary organisations working in Southampton. They provide a range of specialist support services, as well as information for organisations and individuals who volunteer in Southampton. Morph is the advocacy service for drug/alcohol users. They ensure you receive treatment for any problems related to drug abuse.

Address: Kingsland Square, St Mary Street, Southampton
Phone no: 02380216009


No Limits: This is a charity that provides free and confidential advice, information, counselling, and support for young people, under the age of 26, living in Hampshire. No matter what you’re going through, No Limits staff won’t judge you or tell you what to do. Instead, they provide information and advice, so you can make your own positive choices. Services include help for parents, The Moving On Project, support groups, and Breakout Youth.

Address: 13 High Street, Southampton, Hampshire
Address: 02380224224


Catch 22: A nation-wide community engagement treatment service for young people, below 18, and targeted educational support for 11-16-year-olds. The goal is to offer free, non-judgmental, and confidential support for those struggling with alcohol and drugs, so they can make informed choices and reduce the harm caused by their substance abuse. Team members include a multi-disciplinary group of professionals from all the districts in Hampshire.

Services include 24/7 emergency crisis line, access to prescribing, family support, personalised care plans, auricular acupuncture, needle exchange, community support, group interventions, consultation with a consultant psychiatrist from Sussex NHS, and individual counselling.

Address: 5a The Gardens Office Village, Broadcut, Hampshire
Phone no: 08005999591


Addiction Support Groups in Hampshire

Parent Support Link: This service provides a 24/7 helpline for people who need information about the effects of illegal substances and alcohol. If you need someone to talk to, trained counsellors, some of whom are long-term recovering addicts, can provide advice to help you make positive choices. The service is aimed at those affected by someone else’s alcohol or drug use. This includes friends, parents, siblings, and carers.

Address: 48-50 Vespasian Road, Bitterne Manor, Southampton
Phone no: 02380399764


Sex Addicts Anonymous Portsmouth: This is a fellowship of women and men who share their experiences, and work with each other toward the purpose of overcoming their addiction, and supporting others in their recovery journey.

Recovery meetings are held in a non-threatening and safe environment, where members feel comfortable discussing their struggles with other members. Meetings are based on strict anonymity. and everything discussed in meetings stays in the meetings. There are special groups for LGBT members and women-only who need mutual support.

Address: Sacred Heart Church, 365 London Road, Waterlooville, Portsmouth
Tuesday at 7:30 pm
Phone no: 07823475573


SMART Recovery: The core activity of this group is to facilitate self-help meetings, where open and confidential discussions are held. SMART Recovery helps members to recover from behavioural and physical addiction to substances, alcohol, gambling, and more. The programme is science-based. They always follow the latest evidence and research related to the topic of addiction, to help members change addictive behaviours.

Address: The Wesley Centre, Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire
Thursday 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Phone no: 07908471462


How to Choose a Recovery Programme

Type of programme: Which programme will positively maximise treatment outcome? Inpatient rehab is the best, because it is more comprehensive and regimented. The risk of relapse is also lower.

Continuing care: When looking at rehabs, it’s easy to get distracted by beautiful ads. Keep your eye on the price. Look for rehab centres that offer aftercare services, as these help you maintain long-term abstinence.

Customised treatment: Your treatment plan should be customised, or designed, to fit your needs. Subsequently, a specialised rehab centre that caters to your specific addiction increases your chances of recovery.

Ask questions and read reviews: Go to the Google or review page of the rehab centre to see what past patients are saying about their service. These will offer valuable insight into what is actually provided at the rehab facility, versus vague online advertisement.

NA meetings in/near Hampshire


The Parish Office, 135 St Mary Street
Rear Entrance
Sunday 7:30 pm
Monday 7:45 pm
Tuesday 1:30 pm

The Parish Office
Wednesday 7:00 pm

The Basement
Friday 6:30 pm

St Theresa’s Catholic Church Hall, Beaumont Road, Totton
Thursday 7:30 pm

Salvation Army Booth Centre, 57 Oxford Street
Monday 2:00 pm

St Mark’s Church, Archers Road
Tuesday 7:30 pm

Stella Maris Pastoral Centre, 48 Bugle Street
Friday 7:30 pm


St Clare’s Church, Strouden Court, Warren Park
Monday 7:30 pm


St Peter’s Church (pastoral centre), Jewry Street
Tuesday 7:00 pm

Friends Meeting House, 16 Colebrook Street
Wednesday 8:00 pm


United Reform Church, London Street, Basingstoke
Friday 7:00 pm


Café Imbizo, 171 West Street
Tuesday 7:30 pm


Wecock Church, Kite Close, Wecock Farm
Wednesday 7:30 pm

AA meetings in/near Hampshire


Friends Meeting House, 16 Colebrook Street
Sunday 6:30 pm and 8:00 pm
Thursday 6:30 pm and 8:00 pm

The Salvation Army, Parchment Street
Wednesday 7:30 pm
Monday 7:30 pm
Tuesday 12:30 pm


St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Blenheim Road
Wednesday 7:30 pm

Holy Cross Church, 53 Leigh Road
Tuesday 8:00 pm

All Saints Church Hall, Desborough Road
Monday 7:30 pm


Longstock Village Hall, Stockbridge Road
Friday 12:30 pm


Keble Hall, Shirley Baptist Church, Shirley
Thursday 7:30 pm

Friends Meeting House, Ordnance Road, off London Road
Tuesday 7:30 pm
Sunday 7:30 pm

Freemantle United Reformed Church Hall, 257 Shirley Road
Friday 7:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Hampshire

Winchester Youth Counselling: This is a registered charity that provides free and confidential counselling services for young people living in Winchester. The staff are professionally trained therapists, who offer advice in a safe environment. Services are also extended to relatives, carers, parents, and professionals affected by drug/alcohol abuse. WYP also offers relax & chill sessions, and de-stress between young people and a trained psychotherapist, that teaches service users to manage their energy.

Address: The Trinity Centre, Bradbury House, Durngate, Winchester
Phone no: 01962820444


It’s Your Choice: This is a registered charity that helps young people avoid drug and alcohol risks, deal with mental health issues, emotional distress, find employment, and avoid homelessness in the New Forest area. Services are limited to young people aged 12-25. The goal is to help young people make positive choices, and to prevent problems from escalating.

Services are delivered through drop-in sessions, individual counselling, group work, anger management, drug/alcohol support, and helping those at risk of becoming homeless.

Address: 37 Salisbury Road, Totton, Hampshire
Phone no: 0800515819


Local Govt Addiction Resources in Hampshire

Inclusion-Andover: Inclusion is part of the NHS Trust, developed to provide innovative and evidence-based services to individuals who need support with drug/alcohol abuse in Andover. It combines the commitment and governance of the NHS, with the flexibility to reach local communities for effective treatment.

Services include harm reduction intervention, advice & information, planning & pharmacology, psychosocial treatment, support for those who’ve had interactions with the criminal justice system, dual diagnosis treatment, peer mentoring, family support, employment, and health and housing support.

Address: 51 Bridge Street, Andover, Hampshire
Phone no: 03001240103 (option 8)


Hampshire Social care Team: This team offers holistic, personalised treatment that fits the needs of the service user. They provide individual counselling, group work, residential rehab, signposting, and support for family members and carers affected by alcohol/drug abuse.

Phone no: 0300551386


How Can I Get To and From Hampshire?

The fastest route if you’re visiting Sanctuary Lodge in Halstead, is via the M3 and M25. Follow the M3, M25 and M11 to the A121 in Essex. Take the A120 and exit from M11. Continue on the A120, which links to Hedingham Road in Halstead. The drive lasts around 2 hours and 30 minutes. We provide a sober transport service for patients, so you can relax while we transport you to our rehab centre.

If you’re visiting a treatment centre in Winchester from London, several trains commute between Waterloo train station and Winchester train station throughout the day. The trip takes about one hour. Ticket prices start from £14, but there is a 43% discount when you book in advance. South Western Railway commutes from Bournemouth and Poole in Dorset across Hampshire to London. You can fly into Southampton Airport from Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Manchester, Leeds, and Newcastle.

Portsmouth Harbour waterbus links the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Explosion!, Dockyard and Gunwharf. Red Funnel ferries passengers from Southampton to Cowes, and from Lymington to Ryde and Yarmouth. The main bus services are operated by First Group, Stagecoach, and Blue Star. Don’t forget to plan your trip with Travel Line.

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