Rehab in Lincolnshire

Addiction is a disease that spreads to every area of your life. It starts with cravings and an intense desire to seek out more drugs, and can end with homelessness, mental health problems and in some cases much worse. Thankfully, you don’t have to continue struggling down the path of drug and alcohol dependence when you get the help of professionals, who can help to reverse most of the effects of addiction in your life.

When you finally admit that you need help, you open the door for the healing process to begin. Addiction specialists at Sanctuary Lodge can help you understand why you started to abuse drugs, help you work through all issues, and learn coping skills to avoid triggers and live an abstinent life.

Services Offered at Sanctuary Lodge

Sanctuary Lodge is a rehab centre in the heart of Essex, close to the beautiful city of London. We are a private rehab facility that offers innovative treatment for a range of drug addictions, dual diagnosis, and alcohol addiction. Our treatment is integrated, so patients can receive detox and rehab in the same facility.

Some of our services include:

The distance from Lincolnshire to Halstead, Essex, is 95.8 miles. We offer a sober transport service that can bring you from your residence to our rehab centre, and take you home after you’ve completed treatment.

Address: Sanctuary Lodge, Hedingham Road, Halstead, Essex
Phone no: 02038115183

The Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

The Pros

24/7 support and medical care: A popular feature of private rehabs in Lincolnshire is the fast access to treatment patients enjoy. You’re always surrounded by people who care and support you. Nurses, doctors, and recovery workers monitor your progress around the clock, to ensure you have access to support when you need it.

A wide range of therapies: The best UK rehab centres incorporate a range of therapy techniques into your treatment. They balance traditional methods with alternative therapies for well-rounded treatment. Services such as meditation, art therapy, music therapy, massages, acupuncture, garden therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and group therapy are part of the treatment you can receive.

The Cons

  • Treatment is expensive
  • Some insurers do not cover private rehab
  • Adjusting to the regimented nature of the residential treatment

How Much. Does Rehab Cost in Lincolnshire?

The cost of rehab in Lincolnshire varies across locations, the severity of your addiction, type of treatment, the expertise of staff, size of the programme, and duration of treatment. Inpatient care, rehabs with private rooms, rehabs in city centres, and luxury rehabs are generally more expensive.

Luxury rehab centres offer complete comfort, and extra benefits such as 5-star cuisine, massages, an in-house gym, idyllic locations, spas, a swimming pool, horse riding, music therapy, art therapy, and more. Treatment costs between £10,000-£15,000 a week. Standard programmes cost between £5,000-£7,000 a month.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Lincolnshire

Drug and Alcohol Recovery Team – Lincoln: The team provides support for adults who have problems with drug/alcohol use, or are concerned about someone else’s use. Their most common technique is to combine support and treatment, to help service users overcome their addiction. They don’t tell you what to do, but work with you to set recovery goals.

Address: Carholme Court, Doddington Ward, Long Leys Road, Lincoln
Phone no: 01522597979


Addaction – Lincoln Hub: Addaction provides support and confidential advice to Lincoln residents who have problems with drug and alcohol abuse. They work with Double Impact and other partner agencies to deliver holistic treatment, and provide the best support to service users. Services include health checks, recovery academy, psychosocial intervention, and screening for blood-borne viruses.

Address: 26-30 Newland, Lincoln
Phone no: 08003047021


Addaction Boston: Services include support for young people affected by drug use, needle exchange, relapse prevention techniques, one-on-one support, support for families, group support, a dedicated recovery worker to help you throughout the process, and self-help groups.

Address: 70-74 Wide Bargate, Boston, Lincolnshire
Phone no: 01205319920


Addiction Support Groups in Lincolnshire

SMART Recovery: SMART is a science-based programme that helps members recover from addictive behaviour such as gambling, eating, shopping, sex, nicotine, and drugs. They do not believe that members are powerless against their addiction, but use a combination of psychotherapy and mutual aid groups to help members achieve their recovery goals.

Address: 189-195 High Street, Scunthorpe
Phone no: 07919203083


Al-Anon: This is a fellowship of men and women who offer support and understanding to the families and friends of problem drinkers, whether they are in recovery or not. Al-Anon holds regular meetings where members can share their experiences about living with an alcoholic, learn from the experiences of others, and offer support to those who are struggling.

Address: The Zion Methodist Church, Brothertoft Road, Boston, Lincolnshire
Thursdays at 7:30 pm


Everyone: This service offers free and confidential support for families who are affected by a loved one’s drug and alcohol use. The service is supported by everyone, and run by Oasis who provides a team of experienced volunteers.

Address: No. 5 The Stables, Wellingore Hall, Wellingore, Lincoln
Phone no: 01522811582


How to Choose a Recovery Programme

Certification: To ensure you receive the highest quality of care, check for the registration and licensing of your preferred rehab centre. All UK rehab centre must be registered by the Care Quality Commission.

Treatment needs: Your GP is a good place to start. They have provided medical care for you and so are familiar with your specific needs. You should also ask the rehab centre about their preferred approach. Do they follow a 12-step programme or a science-backed approach?

Type of treatment: Would you be better served as an inpatient or outpatient? Inpatient treatment has a higher rate of success, because treatment is highly personalised and patients have a longer time to heal. If you’ve been using for a long time, tried to quit in the past but failed, or you’ve been in rehab before, inpatient care is right for you.

Cost: It is important to choose a treatment plan you can afford. You don’t want to be buried under a pile of debt long after you’ve been discharged. Not only is it a stress factor, but it could actually trigger a relapse. There are many affordable treatment options that are within your budget. Sort out your finances first, compare several options among top rehabs in Lincolnshire, and then choose a programme with a competitive price.

NA meetings in/near Lincolnshire


St Anne’s Church, Harrowby Road,
Tuesday 7:30 pm


Anvil House, Dorchester Road
Friday 6:00 pm

Mind Centre, Fenton Street
Monday 7:30 pm

Change Grow Live (group room 2), 189-195 High Street
Wednesday 12:30 pm


Trinity Centre (room 3), 262 Eastgate
Monday 7:30 pm

AA meetings in/near Lincolnshire


Zion Methodist Church, Brothertoft Road
Sunday 7:00 pm

Centenary Methodist Church, Red Lion Street
Tuesday 7:30 pm

Spalding Ivo Day Centre, 67A Albion Street
Monday 7:45 pm

Spalding United Reform Church, Pinchbeck Road
Wednesday 12:30 pm


Salvation Army Hall, 49 West Banks
Friday 8:00 pm

Long Sutton
Baptist Church, West Street, Friday 7:30 pm


The Stanhope Hall, Boston Road
Sunday 7:00 pm


Jubilee Church Life Centre, 1-5 London road
Wednesday 7:30 pm

St Anne’s Church, Harrowby Road
Monday 7:30 pm


Sir Francis Hill Room, Croft Street
Monday 7:45 pm
Tuesday 7:30 pm

YMCA Fitness Centre (Compton Room, First Floor), St Rumbold Street
Sunday 12:30 pm


Salvation Army Citadel, Church Street
Sunday 5:00 pm


Grimsby Business Centre, King Edward Street
Friday 7:00 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Lincolnshire

DELTA Young People’s Drug and Alcohol Service: This service provides advice, information and support to young people who are using alcohol and drugs. Services are geared towards helping young people cut down or quit substance abuse. They also offer support to parents, professionals, and carers concerned about a loved one’s use.

Address: 22-24 Cole Street, Scunthorpe
Phone no: 01724298528


Agencia – Active Recovery Service: The goal of Agencia is to provide a single service that benefits individuals and local communities in North Lincolnshire. They aim to tackle substance misuse by reducing the amount of time spent in treatment, and increasing the number of drug-free exits. Their multidisciplinary team of medical professionals combine prescription of appropriate opiate substitution therapy with psychosocial intervention, to enable service users to achieve their recovery goals and live an abstinent life.

Address: Ancora Medical Practice, 20 Detuyll Street, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire
Phone no: 07572159493


CGL Step Forward: This is a single integrated drug and alcohol service for adults residing in North Lincolnshire. Services include open access, confidential advice & information, needle exchange, harm minimisation, family support, group counselling, brief intervention, access to peer mentors, opportunity to become a volunteer, rapid access to detox and prescription, and support with housing and employment.

Address: 189-195, High Street, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire
Phone no: 01724857633


Local Govt Addiction Resources in Lincolnshire

Double Impact Academy Lincolnshire: Double Impact is a drug and alcohol recovery service working in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. They offer unique services that help individuals, who have drug and alcohol problems, face issues that prevent them from making a full recovery. Their services include providing safe environments for service users to socialise and offer mutual support, volunteering experiences, educational groups, housing support, advice for family members, and accredited courses to build employment skills and self-esteem.

Double Impact has an academy in Lincolnshire that aims to connect people with themselves, raise aspiration, generate peer support network, promote and champion recovery from substance abuse, support service users to be ready to work, and develop a network of service user involvement.

Address: 30 Newland, Lincoln
Phone no: 01522304246


Oasis Project – Lincoln Action Trust: Oasis was set up by two families who drew mutual support from each other when they realised there was no support for families affected by drug and alcohol abuse in Lincolnshire. It merged with Lincoln Action Trust in 2015 to offer a wider range of services.

The Young Oasis team offers confidential support to children and young people in Lincolnshire who are affected by a loved one’s drug/alcohol use. They understand that addiction affects the family, and that young family members need emotional support, a listening ear. and wellbeing advice to work through any issues or challenges they are facing.

Address: Lincolnshire Action Trust, PO Box 985, Lincoln
Phone no: 01522806611


Addaction North East Lincolnshire: Addaction offers a full range of services to help people struggling with drugs and alcohol. All efforts are directed towards administering effective treatment, providing detox/rehabilitation, and enabling service users to live independently of addiction.

Address: Viking House, 55 Church Street, Grimsby
Phone no: 01472806890


Young Addaction Boston: Addaction provides friendly and expert advice on alcohol and drugs to young people, aged 10 to 17. They help service users understand the effect of substance abuse on their personal lives, and the harm it causes to their families. Services include early intervention programmes, alternative therapies, counselling, one-on-one work, and information & advice.

Address: 70-74 Wide Bargate, Boston, Lincolnshire
Phone no: 01205319920


How Can I Get To and From Lincolnshire?

It’s around a 2 hour and 27 minute drive from Lincolnshire to our rehab in Halstead. The fastest route is via the A17 and A134. You’ll pass through South Street, A52, A17, A10, A134 to Methwold and continue on the B112, High Street, B1106 and A134.

There are several trains from King’s Cross, St Pancras International, and Victoria Station (all in London) to Lincoln Central every day. Average journey time is 2 hours and 17 minutes. Ticket prices start from £61.00 but you can enjoy a 43% discount when you pay in advance.

Lincoln is within easy reach of Nottingham, Leeds, Hull, Sheffield, and Leicester. The central location of this county town makes it easy to fly or drive in. Road access is via the A1, with intersections near Retford from the north and at Newark from the south.

The railway station is a short walk from the University of Lincoln Brayford Pool campus. There are daily services to Doncaster, Sleaford, Gainsborough, Peterborough, and Sheffield. The most practical way to get around Lincolnshire is by car, as most public transport has restricted coverage. Popular bus services include Stagecoach, Brylaine Travel, and Lincolnshire Interconnect.

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