Rehab in Warwickshire

If you’re trapped in the vicious cycle of addiction, it will have many negative effects on your physical health, emotional well-being, mental health, finances, work, and relationships with others. As you build up a tolerance with each intake, your addiction worsens, alongside your relationship with family members and everyone you love.

Addiction is linked to HIV, hepatitis, seizures, liver/kidney damage, lung failure, gastrointestinal infections, dementia, brain damage, heart attack, psychosis, schizophrenia, and other mental and physical illness. Admitting that you need professional help is the first step in overcoming addiction.

Rehab centres are equipped with experienced medical doctors, nurses, recovery workers, drug counsellors, psychotherapists, and other addiction specialists who can help you make a full recovery, and reverse most of the damage caused by addiction.

Overview of the Services Offered at Sanctuary Lodge

Sanctuary Lodge offers the most complete cutting-edge drug and alcohol treatment in the UK. We are a CQC registered rehab centre that combines our knowledge of addiction, with highly respected practitioners, counsellors, and specialists. As a fully integrated rehab, our programme includes detox and rehab in the same facility.

Our facility includes 24 double bedrooms, with ensuite bathrooms, which are tastefully furnished with a flat-screen TV, drawers, wardrobe, and a comfortable, homely décor to ensure you feel at home during your stay. Other amenities include free Wi-Fi service, in-house gym, three therapy rooms, fully equipped kitchen, dining room and serving hatch, countryside views, and large, attractive gardens.

We provide an integrated rehab service comprising of detox, rehab and free aftercare for a year.
Our services include:

The distance from Warwickshire to Halstead, Essex, is 138.1 miles, which is a 2 hour 24 minute drive via the M1. We offer a sober transport service that brings you to our rehab centre, and takes you home after you’ve completed treatment.

Call now for treatment options.

Address: Hedingham Road, Halstead, Essex
Phone no: 02038114245

The Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

The Pros

  • Protection from the temptations that would push you into using on the outside
  • Access to 24/7 support from expert professionals
  • Peer support from other patients who have the same recovery goals
  • A healthy diet that helps to restore deficiencies and accelerates physical healing
  • Provision of aftercare support to ensure sustained abstinence after rehab

The Cons

  • Building a relationship with strangers you’ve never met
  • Adjusting to the regimented routine and structure of inpatient care
  • Living away from loved ones for extended periods
  • Exposure to withdrawal from other patients

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Warwickshire?

The price for standard inpatient treatment ranges from £1,000-£1,500 a week and £5,000-£7,000 a month (inclusive of detox). Luxury programmes that offer extra amenities such as fine dining, panoramic views in a far-off location, spa, massages, gym, swimming pool. and dedicated recovery workers cost more. Treatment prices range from £10,000-£15,000 a week.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Warwickshire

ESH Community: This is Warwickshire’s first drug and alcohol community rehab centre. The 11-bed facility offers 24/7 onsite support to inpatients. It is managed by drug counsellors who are ex-addicts, and have experience in overcoming addiction. The project was funded by Public Health Warwickshire and ESH Works Ltd. The programme is specifically designed to support and encourage residents to participate in a range of educational and psychosocial sessions that improve recovery efforts.

Address: ESH Community, Holt Cottage Farm, Welsh Road, East Southam
Phone no: 01926811702

Recovery Partnership Stratford & South Warwickshire: They provide a range of services, such as open access, Hepatitis C Support, BBV testing and vaccination, GP Liaison and locality clinics, brief interventions, pharmacotherapy, health checks, structured group day programme, acupuncture, family support, advice on local mutual aid groups, personalised recovery plans, and individual counselling.

Address: Stratford Healthcare, Arden Street, Stratford-upon-Avon
Phone no: 01789206770

Aquarius Involvement Advocacy Service Coventry: Aquarius facilitates recovery-focused involvement and advocacy for those in active recovery and treatment. This involves help for carers, family members, and others affected by drug/alcohol abuse. They deliver their services in partnership with several organisations, such as the Recovery Partnership and Coventry Recovery Community CIC. The goal of Aquarius is to develop and maintain recovery communities that help families and individuals, because sustained recovery is the only way individuals in recovery can reach their full potential.

Address: 8 Ironmonger Row, Coventry
Phone no: 07855224386

Addiction Support Groups in Warwickshire

ESH Works (Rugby): ESH offers mutual support groups for families and friends affected by a loved one’s addiction. Services are on Monday, drop in lasts from 12-2pm and support group from 6pm-7:30 pm. There are other support groups in Leamington, Nuneaton, and Stratford-upon-Avon. Services also include mutual support groups (peer-led) for individuals addicted to drugs, solvents, and alcohol.

Address: The Benn Partnership Centre, Railway Terrace, Rugby
Phone no: 01926889356

SMART Recovery Coventry: SMART is a science-based programme that helps members overcome their physical and behavioural addiction. SMART believes that there is no single approach to recovery, and is constantly incorporating new research findings related to the subject of addiction into its meetings. They also believe that a combination of mutual support groups and therapy can help members recover from addiction.

Address: CGL Coventry, 1a Lamb Street, Coventry (Tuesdays at 10:00 am)
Phone no: 07468352746

How to Choose a Recovery Programme

Licensing: Rehab centres in the UK must be registered with the Care Quality Commission or Health Improvement (for Scotland). Staff should be duly licensed and qualified to treat your specific addiction, and any co-occurring disorders.

No. of therapies used in treatment: The best rehab centres incorporate a wide range of traditional and alternative therapies in treatment, to boost outcome. For example, in addition to traditional techniques such as CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Group Therapy and Individual Therapy, Sanctuary Lodge also offers exercise therapy, garden therapy, acupuncture, meditation, and nutrition therapy.

Cost: Money is probably the most important factor that determines where you will attend for treatment. There are many quality rehabs in the UK that offer top services without draining your finances. Sanctuary Lodge offers the best addiction specialists, matched by state of the art facilities, whilst keeping the cost of treatment lower than the competition, to ensure everyone can access addiction treatment.

NA meetings in/near Warwickshire


CGL (Training Room 7), 1 Lamb Street
Monday 1:00 pm

The Salvation Army Lifehouse, 44 Harnall Lane West
Monday 7:30 pm

Koco Community and Resource Centre, 15 Arches Industrial Estate, Spon End
Tuesday 7:30 pm

St Peter’s Centre, Charles Street, Hillfields
Wednesday 7:30 pm

St Mary & Benedict Catholic Church, 52a Raglan Street, Hillfields
Thursday 7:30 pm

Stoke St Michael’s Church, 365a Walsgrave Road, Stoke
Friday 7:30 pm


Alcester Methodist Church, Priory Road
Wednesday 7:30 pm


Hope 4, 8 Newbold Road
Thursday 7:30 pm

Leamington Spa

Salvation Army, 1a Chapel Street
Monday 8:15 pm
Wednesday 7:30 pm
Friday 7:30 pm

AA meetings in/near Warwickshire

Leamington Spa

St Peter’s Church Hall, Dormer Place
Thursday 8:00 pm
Monday 1:00 pm

Dale St Methodist Church, Dale Street
Tuesday 8:00 pm
Saturday 8: 00 pm


All Saints Church (coffee room), All Saints Road
Sunday 8:00 pm

The Gap Community Centre, 39 Oakwood Grove
Wednesday 8:00 pm

St Paul’s Church, Friar Street
Saturday 8:00 pm

Ryton on Dunsmore

St Leonard’s Church, Church Road
Wednesday 8:00 pm


Warwick Road, Reformed Church, Warwick Row
Wednesday 12:30 pm

Queens Road Baptist Church (Grosvenor Room), Queens Road
Thursday 12:30 pm

Methodist Central Hall, Warwick Lane
Monday 12:30 pm

St John the Baptist Church, Fleet Street
Sunday 8:00 pm

Sacred Heart Church, Harefield Road
Monday 8:00 pm

Hearsall Baptist Church, Queensland Avenue, Earlsdon
Wednesday 8:00 pm


St Peter’s Mission, Manor Road
Saturday 8:00 pm

Friends Meeting House, 37 Maidenhead Road
Friday 8:00 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Warwickshire

ESH – Nuneaton: ESH is a charity organisation established to provide support for residents of Warwickshire who have drug and alcohol problems. Services are free and confidential for all service users. They provide individual counselling support for family members and loved ones affected by another person’s drug/alcohol use. The advice they offer helps the entire family to recover as a unit.

Some of the members of ESH have experience with addiction, and are able to use their experience from their own personal recovery journey to help you with yours. They charge a small fee if you require further counselling outside of the initial care they provide.

Address: ESH Works, 24a Coton Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Phone no: 01926889356

CGL Warwickshire: From the 1st of May, 2018, CGL services will be available to residents of Warwickshire. This is a free and confidential support service for families, criminal offenders, and other adults affected by drug/alcohol abuse. Services are personalised, recovery-focused, and include a range of interventions and treatments designed to help people overcome addiction and achieve their recovery goals.

Services include healthcare clinics, needle exchange, tailored package, educational support and group sessions, family and friend support, community detox, opiate replacement prescribing, emotional support, individual counselling, access to support for training, employment and housing, harm reduction advice, and aftercare services.

Address: 16 Court Street, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Phone no: 01926353513

Local Govt Addiction Resources in Warwickshire

Warwickshire Drug and Alcohol Team: DAAT is a partnership function that coordinates the county’s harm reduction programme, and educates families, individuals, and communities on the dangers of misusing alcohol and drugs.

They coordinate the county’s implementation of alcohol/drug policies, produce needs assessments, commission recovery focused treatment and support services, and coordinate partnership activities with other agencies in the county to reduce the negative effects of alcohol/drug abuse and promote good health.

Address: PO Box 43, Barrack Street, Warwick
Phone no: 01926412338

Compass Warwickshire Services for Young People: Here, young people can access a wide range of fully developed practical support and services, aimed at helping those affected by a family member’s drug use or their own drug/alcohol use. Services are for young people, no older than 18, and can be accessed via faith groups, voluntary organisations, and local community groups working with Compass Warwickshire.

Specialist services extend to young adults no older than 24. The goal is to help young people make positive choices to improve their emotional well-being, physical health, lifestyle behaviours, and mental health. Services include drop-in services, group sessions, individual counselling, health assessments, and support for young people with long-term conditions, such as asthma and diabetes.

Address: Valiant Office Suites, Lumonics House, Valley Drive, Rugby
Phone no: 01788578227

The Recovery Partnership – Leamington & Warwick: This is a service commissioned to provide alcohol and drug treatment for adults living in Warwickshire and Coventry. Services include pharmacological interventions, advice & information, hospital-in-reach, open access, harm reduction, and outreach services.

Other services include needle exchange, structured daycare, BBV prevention techniques, criminal justice services, psychosocial interventions, aftercare, training and education, detoxification, family support, stimulant services, and reintegration into the community.

Address: 16 Court Street, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Phone no: 01926885000

How Can I Get To and From Warwickshire?

If you’re attending our rehab in Halstead, Essex, it’s a journey of around 2 hours and 24 minutes via the M1. You’ll pass through the B4455, A45, M45, M25, M11 and A120 in Essex, which links to the A131. Don’t forget, we offer a sober transport service, so you don’t have to stress yourself out making transportation arrangements, when we can easily take you to our rehab centre, and take you home after treatment.

Coming in from London? There are several trains that leave from London Marylebone and Euston train stations throughout the day. The journey lasts around 1 hour and 20 minutes. Ticket prices start from£29.40, but you can get a 43% discount when you book in advance.

Getting around Warwickshire is easy. The birthplace of popular English writer William Shakespeare, Warwickshire, is connected with a good network of trains, buses, taxis, and cycle routes. It’s easy to walk around Stratford-upon-Avon without a car because the town centre is laid out on a medieval grid pattern, with streets running parallel or vertically to the river.

Driving is a good way to get around Coventry. The town has a good bus route, but some areas can only be reached with personal transport. Taxis can be found in major public areas, such as large hotels and train stations. Trains regularly run to Birmingham and London throughout the day. The closest locations within easy reach of the station include Leamington Spa, Bicester Village, Warwick Castle, Cadbury World. and Birmingham International Airport. Popular bus services in the regions of Warwickshire and Coventry include Stagecoach and National Express.

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