Rehab in Rutland

More individuals in the UK now are struggling with substance abuse and addiction, and the problem is causing enormous damage, as well as claiming an increasing number of lives. Residents of Rutland are also affected by this issue, with more adults and youths in the area struggling with a personal addiction or that of a loved one. If you are one of these people, you can access professional help to turn things around today.

Our private rehab, Sanctuary Lodge, has over the years helped addicts in and around Rutland successfully achieve a full recovery from their addictions. Our specialists have a wealth of experience in helping people with an addiction to alcohol, illegal drugs, or prescription medication.

You can easily access our services, regardless of if you live in Uppingham, Barrow, Barrowden, or any other part of Rutland. By getting addiction treatment through us, you will have access to medically assisted detox, and a rehabilitation programme that has been tailored to suit your unique needs. Our medically assisted detox will not only minimise your withdrawal symptoms, but also make your recovery process as comfortable and painless as possible. Our rehabilitation programme combines a variety of therapies to identify the root causes of your addiction, and guide you towards a full recovery.

Once treatment is complete, and you are ready to return home, we can still be there for you with our aftercare services. Our aftercare is free for one year, and is guaranteed to increase your chances of avoiding a relapse.

Get started today on the path to recovery, and regain control of your life, by giving us a call now.

A Brief Overview of the Services our Rehab Offers

Sanctuary Lodge is a leading addiction treatment centre in the UK that combines cutting-edge facilities and treatment programmes, to help addicts make a full recovery. Our addiction treatment counsellors and specialists are not only highly qualified and experienced, but also compassionate when providing care to patients.

We are located in the heart of Essex, and can be easily accessed from any part of the UK, including Rutland. We specialise in providing highly effective and personalised care to our patients, in the form of detox, rehab, therapy, and aftercare in a serene environment.

Some of our services include:

Sanctuary Lodge is located about 95 miles from Rutland. It is around a two hour drive via the A14 going through Stamford, Huntingdon, Great Shelford, and Haverhill.

For your convenience, we have a sober transport service to take you to and from our facility, starting at your home in Oakham, Bisbrooke, or any other part of Rutland. This service guarantees that you can get the care you need from our specialists without having to worry about organising transportation.

Call us today to begin your addiction treatment.

The Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

The advantages of seeking addiction treatment in a private rehab like ours are numerous. Especially as our staff is made up of some of the finest addiction specialists available, and we have all the facilities necessary to help you make a full recovery in a safe environment. Other benefits of getting your addiction treated in our facility, or many other private rehabs, include:

  • Personalised treatment: Private rehabs such as ours take an individualised approach, instead of a one-size-fits-all approach to treating patients, by tailoring addiction treatment to meet the needs of each individual patient. This ensures no aspect of a patient’s condition is overlooked during treatment.
  • Immediate admission: You don’t have to worry about delays in the admission process, or waiting lists. This means you can begin receiving treatment as soon as you are ready to begin.
  • 24/7 care: Round the clock nursing care is provided in a private rehab, to monitor changes in the patient’s health, so that any necessary modifications to treatment can be promptly made.
  • Conducive environment for recovery: Recovering at home can be complicated and pointless, as you may still have access to your substance of abuse. In a private rehab, you will be cared for in a controlled and comfortable environment, free of risks, and also devoid of the stressors that normally trigger your urge to use drugs.
  • Medically assisted detox: In a private rehab, you will be provided a medically assisted detox to help cleanse your system of the substance of abuse faster, as well as significantly minimise your withdrawal symptoms. It is far more effective and safer than trying to detox on your own.
  • Free aftercare and family support programmes: Studies show that the support provided through aftercare services, and other support programmes, greatly reduce a recovering addict’s likelihood of suffering a relapse.

These benefits, and more, are available to anyone in Rutland seeking addiction treatment in a private rehab like ours. But on the downside, not everyone can afford addiction treatment in a private rehab.

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Rutland?

How much you have to pay for addiction treatment in a private rehab will vary based on a number of factors, including the location of the rehab. For instance, rehabs situated in more exclusive locations tend to charge more for treatment.

The cost of private rehab in Rutland will also be influenced by the severity of your addiction, and the degree of care you require. People with more severe addictions usually pay more, as they require a more intense treatment programme. If you opt for outpatient treatment, instead of inpatient treatment, you are likely to pay less. However, the cost will increase if you opt for inpatient treatment, especially if you choose luxury or executive inpatient treatment, instead of standard inpatient treatment.

If, for whatever reason, private rehab is beyond your budget, there is the option of getting the treatment you need via the NHS.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Rutland

People who can’t afford to personally finance addiction treatment in a private rehab can explore the option of free NHS addiction treatment options. This option is available in your local community, whether you live in Stamford, Belmesthorpe, or any other part of Rutland.

NHS addiction treatment options are completely free of charge, and you can take advantage of them through a referral from your GP. It is also possible to get NHS addiction treatment through a self-referral, but only in limited circumstances. Available NHS addiction treatment options may include addiction counselling, access to a local mental health team, or access to local drug and alcohol services.

Bear in mind that there is usually a waiting list before you can access NHS addiction treatment options. That is, you usually have to wait for an unknown period of time before the treatment you need will be provided. The length of the waiting list is usually determined by the level of demand for NHS addiction treatment services in your area at the time. Also, the quality of addiction treatment you receive is at the discretion of the NHS. Which means you will unlikely be able to influence the quality of treatment you receive.

Addiction Support Groups in Rutland

There are a number of addiction support groups in and around Rutland. These groups are very useful for receiving support and information to guide you towards attaining and maintaining long term sobriety, as well as other benefits.

Popular support groups around the Rutland area include:

DrugFAM is a confidential weekly support group that helps individuals struggling with the drug or alcohol misuse of another person.

Solve it VSA is a service that tackles a number of issues related to solvent abuse.

Family Support Link supports the families and carers of drug and alcohol abusers.

Aquarius Northamptonshire offers telephone support to substance abusers.

BAC-IN is a peer led drug and alcohol recovery service that supports ethnic minorities.

Friends and Family Group offers confidential support to families and carers of substance misusers.

How to Choose a Recovery Programme

With a number of recovery programmes available throughout Rutland, including around Corby and Newark, it is best if you select one that is within close proximity to you, and is easily accessible.

However, there are other factors you should take into consideration when selecting a recovery programme. To find the most ideal programme that can help you achieve a full recovery from addiction, you need to be aware of what your actual needs are. Identifying said needs will make it easier to find the professional care that actually satisfies those needs.

Take the following into consideration when trying to select an ideal addiction recovery programme:

  • Can you afford the treatment programme?
  • Does the treatment facility have experience helping people with your unique type of addiction?
  • Would you prefer a recovery programme close to home or further away?
  • Would you prefer an inpatient or outpatient setting?
  • Would you prefer to continue working while receiving treatment?

Also, be sure to consult your doctor to be provided professional insight concerning your options.

NA meetings in/near Rutland

There are a number of Narcotics Anonymous meetings held in and around Rutland on different days of the week. These meeting are meant to help people struggling with drug addiction.

Find a meeting near you:

Viltis (Hope)

102-104 Bridge Street, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Saturdays at 7:30 pm

Just for Today

Church of Christ, Greenhill Rise, Corby, Northamptonshire
Fridays at 6:00 pm

Just For Today

St Anne’s Church, Harrowby Road, Grantham, Lincolnshire
Tuesdays at 7:30 pm

How it works and why

Church of Christ, Greenhill Rise, Corby, Northamptonshire
Sundays at 6:00 pm

Newcomers Just For Today Meeting

Aspire/CGL Building, 102-104 Bridge Street, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Sundays at 5:00 pm

AA meetings in/near Rutland

There are also AA meetings around Rutland that you can use to your advantage. Such as:

Newark Tuesday

Barnby Gate Methodist Church Hall, Barnby Gate.
Tuesdays at 7.30 pm

Oakham As Bill Sees It

St Joseph’s RC Church, Station Rd.
Saturdays at 7.00 pm

Corby: Share Sunday

Arran Way Community Centre, Mull Drive, off Willowbrook Rd.
Sundays at 6.00 pm

Corby: Step Saturday

St Columba’s Church Hall, 157 Studfall Ave.
Saturdays at 7.00 pm

Stamford Step Sunday

St Mary & St Augustines Church Hall, 13 Broad St
Sundays at 7.00 pm

Stamford Big Book Tuesday

United Reformed Church Hall, 29 Broad St.
Tuesdays at 7.30 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Rutland

Local Government Addiction Resources in Rutland

Rutland County offers resources to its residents who need support and treatment for alcohol and/or drug use disorder.

How Can I Get To and From Rutland?

The road network in and around Rutland is easy to use. This makes getting around town to attend NA or AA meetings convenient, or visiting us in Halstead for addiction treatment. There are also public transportation options available within the area for those who prefer not to drive.

Getting around by car

If you are looking to drive from Rutland to Sanctuary Lodge in Halstead for addiction treatment, you can take either the A14, or the A14 and A1017. The A14 offers the shortest route to your destination.

To get started, simply get on the Great N Rd/A1 in Stamford from Oakham Rd and A606 then continue on the A1. Follow the A1(M), A14 and M11 to A505 in Cambridgeshire. From the M11, take exit 10 then continue on the A505 to your destination in Halstead.

Remember that, for your convenience, Sanctuary Lodge offers a sober transport service that can transport you from your home in Rutland to our rehab facility, on a schedule that you are most comfortable with.

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