Rehab in The West Midlands

You can overcome your addiction to drugs and alcohol with the right help. If you’re based in Essex and have been finding it hard to put an end to your substance misuse, treatment options are available to help you through the worst of this turbulent phase.

Withdrawal symptoms can make recovery unbearable and seem almost impossible, but these can be managed appropriately. Overall, you should have peace of mind that addiction is treatable.

Doctors and care specialists at rehab centres are equipped with the skill-set to help you achieve recovery. Using a combination of medically supervised detox, pharmacology and therapy, you’ll come to better understand your addiction and learn coping skills to maintain abstinence long after rehab is complete.

Overview of the services offered at Sanctuary Lodge

Sanctuary Lodge offers one of the most comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab centres in the UK. We provide excellent care for patients and ensure you’re comfortable during your stay with us. Our rehabilitation programme is created by a multidisciplinary team of expert doctors, physiotherapists and drug counsellors. Each client receives a comprehensive assessment and checkup when they arrive and are monitored continuously throughout their recovery journey.

Our objective is to treat addictions and other co-occurring disorders diagnosed at intake. We staff some of the best trauma therapists, who are Post Induction Therapy Model trained. We are also one of the few rehab centres in the UK that cater to the treatment needs of young people aged 16 to 18 years – especially those who have eating disorders and other addictions.

Services include:

The distance from the West Midlands to Halstead is roughly 140 miles if you’re driving via M1. For your convenience, we provide a free sober transport service to and from our treatment facility. Call now for treatment options.

Address: Hedingham Road, Halstead, Essex
Phone no: 0203 8114245


Pros and Cons of Private Rehab


  • Provision of healthy diet prepared by an expert chef
  • Peer support from other inpatients
  • Structured schedule
  • Elimination of triggers and temptations
  • 24/7 supervision and support by care professionals
  • Comprehensive assessment
  • A holistic approach to recovery
  • Personalised plans
  • Intensive care for patients who’ve tried to quit on their own, but failed


  • The risk of losing your job if you’re attending rehab for an extended period
  • Adjusting to a structured schedule that determines your movement
  • The high cost of treatment
  • Exposure to withdrawal symptoms of other patients

How Much Does Rehab Cost in West Midlands?

The cost of rehab depends on several factors, such as the location of the rehab, type of facility, number of therapies applied in treatment, the expertise of staff, amenities on offer and size of the programme. Most rehab centres in the UK charge between £5,000 and £7,000 per month, depending on your treatment needs. You can reduce costs by opting for a shared, instead of a single room.

Luxury rehabs cost more because they offer extra amenities, such as massage therapy, animal therapy, music/art therapy, fine dining, spacious rooms, panoramic views, in-house gyms and swimming pools. Expect to pay between £50,000 and £75,000 per month. Some luxury rehabs could even cost more.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in West Midlands

Recovery Partnership – Coventry: This is an integrated and recovery-focused programme for residents of Warwickshire and Coventry who have a drug/alcohol problem. Services include substitute prescribing, needle exchange, comprehensive assessment, open access, harm reduction strategies, criminal justice intervention, structured one on one psycho-social interventions, BBV testing /vaccinations, GP liaison, and a structured daycare programme.

Address: 8 Ironmonger Row, Coventry
Phone no: 02476 630135


Wolverhampton Misuse Service: This is a free and confidential service for anyone either concerned about someone else’s drug/alcohol use or their own. With just one call, service users can access advice, information and support for themselves and family members. They also run a needle exchange scheme and provide medical help to prevent blood-borne viruses.

Address: 5-9 Pitt Street, Wolverhampton
Phone no: 0300 2002400


Compass Service for Young People – Coventry: Services include free and confidential advice, treatment services and support for young people who are having issues with drugs and alcohol.

Address: 12 Warwick Row, Coventry
Phone no: 02476 251653


Addiction Support Groups in West Midlands

Families Unite: This group provides a confidential, non-judgmental and safe environment for families affected by drugs. It is an opportunity for parents and family members to share their experiences and derive support from other families who have experienced similar situations. Group members offer support and help to each other, while Families Unite offers counselling and individual support outside the group.

Meetings are held on the last Thursday of the month at Redditch Church Hall. Call 070855690918 to let them know you want to attend.


Dudley Young Carers: This is a support group for young people who are caring for a family member. DYC helps you understand the condition of your parent or sibling and teaches you coping skills to manage negative emotions. Junior Group meetings (5-13 years old) are held once a month and include activities and games for children. Senior group meetings (14-18 years old) meet once a month to relax, play video games, hang out with other carers and receive support from staff and volunteers.

Address: The Workspace, All Saints Road, Wolverhampton
Phone no: 01902 877550


SMART Recovery Family and Friends: They offer learning tools to help individuals cope with behavioural and physical addictions. This includes addictions to gambling, gaming, drugs and alcohol. SMART family and friends do not see their loved ones as powerless over an addiction, but focus on their ability to change for the better. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays in the month from 6:00 – 7:00 pm.

Address: 3rd Floor Scala House, 36 Holloway Circus, Birmingham
Phone no: 07982815783


How to Choose a Recovery Programme

A few tips to help you choose the right rehab centre include:

Location: Look for a rehab centre in a suitable location. Most patients benefit from receiving treatment in a serene environment, cut off from the noise and bustle of the city.

Certification: UK rehab centres must be registered with the Care Quality Commission. This is a key factor that determines the quality of treatment offered.

Types and range of therapies: Some therapy techniques are specifically designed to treat defined mental health issues and addictions. Subsequently, a good rehab centre offers a range of therapy models geared towards treating your addiction and dual diagnoses.

Licensing of staff members: Medical staff should be licensed to treat your addiction. They should possess credentials that ensure you will receive a high quality of care.

NA meetings in/near West Midlands


Switch, 1 Castle Street
Sunday 9:30 pm


Summerhill House 16-21 Sumer Hill Terrace, Ladywood
Sunday 11:00 am

Reach Out Recovery, Scala House, 30 Holloway Circus
Wednesday 6:00 pm


Allesley Village Hall, Birmingham Road
Sunday 7:30 pm

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

St Peters Centre, Charles Street, Hillfields
Wednesday 7:30 pm


Whar Hall Community Centre, Whar Hall Road
Wednesday 7:30 pm

St Augustine’s Church, 1 Herbert Road
Friday 7:30 pm

8 Allcock Street Digbeth
Monday at noon
Saturday 6:00 pm


Methodist Church, Darlington Street
Friday 7:30 pm


St Matthew’s Centre, St Matthew’s Close, Churchill
Thursday 7:30 pm


iRiS Sandwell, Alberta Building, 128b Oldbury Road
Wednesday 6:00 pm

AA meetings in/near West Midlands


Methodist Church, Darlington Street
Thursday 11:00 am

Chaplaincy Centre, Wolverhampton University, Molyneux Street
Sunday 2:00 pm


Quaker Meeting House, Independent Road
Saturday 8:00 pm

Elsie Marshall Memorial Hall, St John’s Park
Friday 8:00pm
Tuesday 8:00 pm


Sacred Heart Church, Harefield Road
Monday 8:00 pm

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


St Augustine’s RC Church, Herbert Road, Town Centre
Monday 8:00 pm


Walker Hall, Ampton Road, Edgbaston
Tuesday 7:00 pm


Warstock Community Centre, 1 Daisy Farm Road
Wednesday 8:00 pm


St Mary’s Church, Market Square
Wednesday 8:00 pm


Polesworth Abbey, High Street
Thursday 8:00 pm


Bromsgrove Methodist Church, 19 Stratford Road
Thursday 8:00 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near West Midlands

Reach Out Recovery – Birmingham: This is a free and confidential drug and alcohol service provided by CGL for adults, families, carers and loved ones affected by drug/alcohol abuse in Birmingham. Recovery teams operate from various hubs across Birmingham. Team members include recovery coordinators, doctors, peer mentors, nurses and volunteers.

Services include comprehensive assessment, advice and information, healthcare clinics, detox in a box, inpatient residential treatment, residential detox, needle exchange, education, training, volunteering, employment, family support, criminal justice services, tailored treatment plan and aftercare.

Address: Scala house, 36 Holloway Circus, Birmingham
Phone no: 0121 2275890

Addaction Walsall: A free drug and alcohol support that provides the following services: needs assessment, onward referral to specialist services, needle exchange, individual support, satellite services, Hepatitis B and C clinic for drug and alcohol users, arrest referral scheme and probation support drug worker.

Address: The Beacon, 67 Bradford Street, Walsall
Phone no: 01922 669840

The WHAT? Centre – Dudley: The What? offers free and confidential drug and alcohol support. Services include C-card registration, help with homelessness, budgeting, debt, employment, training and housing, therapeutic counselling services for young people, sexual health advice and referral to specialist agencies.

Address: 23 Coventry Street, Stourbridge, Dudley, West Midlands
Phone no: 01384 379992

Local Government Addiction Resources in West Midlands

Summer Hill House: This is a 27-bed residential treatment centre. It is a partnership of the Birmingham City Council who manage the building, Reach Out Recovery who deliver rehabilitation programmes and Adullam Housing Association, who provide 24-hour concierge and manage tenancies.

The options for residential rehab include a four-week residential stay followed by 12-week outpatient treatment and 16-week residential treatment for those who don’t have stable housing. The goals of the programme are to help inpatients understand the role played by past circumstances and behaviour in relation to alcohol/drug dependency and to develop coping skills to move from a life of dependency to independent living.

Address: 18-21 Summer Hill Terrace, Birmingham
Phone no: 0121 2275890

Atlantic Recovery Centre: A substance misuse service provided by CGL and Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council. They combine the ethos of harm reduction with an evidence-based recovery model to ensure sustainable change in service users.

Services include dual diagnosis support, recovery planning, harm minimisation, medically assisted recovery, criminal justice intervention, open access services, hospital liaison, service user involvement, housing support, peer mentor support, GP shared care, employment provision and partnership with YMCA and Summit House.

Address: Atlantic House, Dudley Road, Lye, Stourbridge
Phone no: 01384 426120

Switch: Switch provides drug and alcohol services on behalf of local government. Services are free and confidential for young people who are concerned about their drug and alcohol use. Services include detoxification, one-on-one intensive support, advice and information, stop smoking support, support for education, training and employment, sexual health interventions, support for parents and carers and access to alternative therapies such as mindfulness and auricular acupuncture.

Address: 1 Castle Street, Dudley
Phone no: 01384 241440

How Can I Get to and From West Midlands?

If you’re visiting our rehab centre in Halstead, it is just under a three hour drive from Birmingham, over a distance of 159.5 miles via the M1. You’ll pass through Aston Express Way, the A38 (M), M6, A14, M11, Thremhall Avenue, A120 and A131. For your convenience, we provide a free transport service to and from our treatment facility.

There are several trains that commute between Earlswood and London Euston throughout the day. Average travel time is two hours and 20 minutes. Remember to book in advance to receive a 43% discount on every train ticket you buy.

West Midlands might encompass a large land mass, but it’s easy to get around. Birmingham is the major city and one of the most populated, so traffic is usually heavy during peak hours. Trains are an excellent way to beat the traffic in the morning between 7 and 9 am.

The main train station is Birmingham New Street. Trains connect to Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Leicester and the rest of the UK. There are smaller stations on Moor Street and Snow Hill that run local services to Stourbridge, Worcester, Solihull, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Kidderminster and other locations.

Wolverhampton has a good bus service that runs frequently to all parts of the city. Buses also travel to Black Country, West Bromwich, Sandwell, Walsall, Dudley and Birmingham. GorillaBus is an intercity service running through Stoke, Liverpool, Nottingham and Yorkshire, while Midland Metro offers a tram service that passes through Bilston, Sandwell, Wednesbury and West Bromwich.

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