Local Residential Alcohol And Drug Rehab In Shropshire

If you’ve come to terms with your substance misuse, and are ready to get help anywhere in Shropshire, there are recovery options available that can get you stabilised, and help you make it to full sobriety. If you have a friend or family member struggling with addiction, you can take the responsibility to get them help.

We understand that the journey to recovery from addiction can be difficult, due to psychological and physical challenges that will flare up when you stop engaging in your addictive behaviour for a while. However, there are treatment programmes and resources devised to provide the support you need and see you achieve your goal of sustained recovery.

These treatment options include NHS and community programmes, charity drug and alcohol services, as well as private rehabs that offer personalised inpatient treatment. You’ll be put through a detox programme that will make your withdrawal symptoms less severe, and a rehabilitation programme that will work to address the reasons and resulting effects of your addiction.

At Primrose Lodge, we will inform you of these treatment methods, so you can make an informed decision and choose the ideal programme for you.

A Brief Overview of Our Rehab Services

Your journey to recovery, while challenging, doesn’t have to be an all-round arduous one. You can go to rehab in a comfortable and convenient manner while you undergo your treatment in Primrose Lodge. Our facility and services are designed to fuel your desire towards achieving a drug and alcohol-free life. We offer different treatment services that are devised to adequately tackle different cases of addiction. Some of the cases we specialise in include:

  • Drug addiction
  • Alcohol addiction
  • Cannabis addiction
  • Prescription drug misuse
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Depression
  • Trauma

You’ll get help for these issues, as well as a number of behavioural disorders, through a facility that is situated in a tranquil environment and is run by highly experienced treatment professionals. Provisions, such as a confidentiality policy, a laundry service, and catering service for nutritionally rich meals are made available, to ensure you have no issues of discomfort during your stay in our rehab.

We provide medical detox in the case where you need physical treatment as your body flushes out the toxins of the substance you have misused. This way, you can go through a bearable withdrawal and detox phase, and then transition to rehab clean from drugs.

When your intake and detox are finalised, rehabilitation follows immediately. Through rehab, you’ll be taught to see drugs and alcohol as the harmful substances they really are, and, and you’ll be encouraged to cultivate new behaviours and lifestyle changes that will see you handle relapse cues and urges in the future.

Our rehab therapies include the 12-step programme, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), art Therapy, a mindful fitness programme, and trauma therapy. We also carry out a year-long free aftercare programme, that will provide continued support through group therapies.

You can get to our rehab facility, which is located in Surrey, in less than 3 hours by road, as it is just a little over 160 miles away from Shropshire. However, we can get you to the facility without any stress on your part, as we provide a free transport service for our clients.

The Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

You’ll have a higher chance at recovery when you go through rehab in a private facility. This is because these centres carry out more personalised programmes in comfortable environments than other recovery services, such as those sponsored by local governments, the NHS, and charities. At Primrose Lodge, we consider everything when we devise an individualised programme for you. We also go all out to ensure you’re going through treatment in the most convenient way possible. Other services that set us apart include:

  • Swift admission process that can see you start treatment in 24-48 hours
  • Confidentiality
  • You’ll go through rehab in a facility with spacious bedrooms with ensuite baths, a gym, and outdoor area with pristine gardens
  • Different treatments carried out onsite
  • Quick access to an addiction specialist and therapist
  • An integrated medical detox to ensure stability
  • Family programme

Common Issues Associated with Private Rehab

Concerns associated with private rehabs are mainly financial issues, individual preference when it comes to comfort, and type of treatment offered. Others include restriction of digital devices and the strict routines.

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Shropshire?

Rehab costs are different across various treatment programmes and services. You’ll pay a reduced fee, or nothing at all when you go through a residential programme that is sponsored by a charity. NHS services do not provide inpatient treatment and are completely free. However, these treatment services may do only a little to help you attain recovery, depending on your particular situation.

Private rehabs will cost you significantly more but will provide the level of care required to see you successfully recover and maintain sobriety. Our treatment services at Primrose Lodge come at moderate fees that mirror the kind of care and service you’ll receive. Fees, however, will vary according to the number of therapies you receive, as well as your treatment duration.

It is important that you do not let the monetary value of treatment mean more than your wellbeing and recovery. Low-cost treatment plans that aren’t adequate for your condition could see you resume taking drugs, which could be extremely dangerous to your health. With a private rehab, you have a higher chance of safely overcoming your addiction once and for all.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Shropshire

Shropshire Recovery Partnership: This service is provided through the partnership of Kaleidoscope and Addaction, and is commissioned by the county council. They aim to offer assistance to adults and young people in the county through a range of alcohol and drug treatment services, such as one-to-one support and group assistance.

Addiction Support Groups in Shropshire

We urge you to join a support group when your treatment is over. Attending support group meetings will serve as a continual, healthy reminder of why you have to stay true to your sobriety. Fellowship with peers and other recovering addicts will also work to renew your motivation to stay committed to your drug-free life. Challenges such as powerful cravings and relapse triggers could flare up along the way, and you’ll need all the help you can get. A sponsor or group member could serve as a helpful first responder in your emergency.

These groups meetings aren’t overseen by professionals, but the mutual efforts of long-term recovering addicts and new members make it a potent tool to support sustainable sobriety. Membership to support groups are free, and meetings are held across different venues in Shropshire on a weekly basis. You can find meetings on different days of the week, which gives you the option to choose a day that is suitable for you.

Support groups that you’ll find across Shropshire are Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. These are 12-step based groups and consist of different kinds of addicts: AA is dedicated to alcoholics and NA is for men and women recovering from addiction to any kind of drug. SMART recovery is a non-12-step group that employs an evidence-based method to teach members certain techniques that will help them stay clean.

How to Choose a Recovery Programme

Choosing a recovery programme involves meticulously going through the numerous available treatment options to make a choice that is truly suitable for your specific conditions and requirements. Going through the wrong treatment programme could prove costly, as you could easily fall back to drugs if every issue connected to your addiction isn’t properly addressed. You should consult an addiction specialist or doctor for a proper evaluation and expert recommendation before you engage any treatment option.

An inpatient programme through private rehab is the best option for you, as these facilities take extra the care to ensure that you go through a fully individualised treatment regimen. Our programmes at Primrose Lodge are designed to ensure you’re comfortable throughout your stay and gives you a high chance of attaining recovery. Your first treatment option should be an inpatient programme in a rehab like ours. Our staff are always available to analyse the treatment options that will suit your condition.

You should join an addiction support group after you have undergone treatment, regardless of your recovery plan. You can attend meetings during treatment if you’re undergoing outpatient treatment.

NA Meetings in/Near Shropshire

Shrewsbury Shrewsbury Sunday Meeting

Sundays 7:00 pm

St Winefride’s Convent

College Hill




Telford Madeley Monday

Mondays 7:00 pm


The People’s Centre

High Street





Oswestry keep coming back

Tuesdays 7:00 pm

Eastern Oswestry Community Centre

Cabin Lane



SY11 2LQ

Shrewsbury The Solution

Tuesdays 7:00 pm

St Winefride’s Convent

College Hill




Telford Park Lane Lunchtime Meeting

Thursdays 12:00 pm

Park Lane Centre

Park Lane




Shrewsbury Recovery is possible

Thursdays 7:00 pm

St Winefrides Convent

College Hill




Telford Wellington Saturday lunchtime

Saturdays 1:00 pm

Strickland House

The Lawns





AA Meetings in/Near Shropshire

Shrewsbury Sunday

Chapter House, 12 Belmont

Sundays 7.30 pm

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Postcode: SY1 1TE

Shifnal: Just For Today Sunday

Senior Citizens Meeting Room, Curriers Lane

Sundays 11.30 am

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Postcode: TF11 8EJ

Ludlow Monday

Elim Church Hall on Smithfield Car Park, Lower Galdeford

Monday 12.30 pm

Duration: 1 hour

Postcode: SY8 1SY

Bridgnorth Big Book Study Monday

St Johns Church Hall, Northgate

Mondays 7.30 pm

Postcode: WV16 4EU

Wellington Portico House Tuesday

Portico House, 22 Vineyard Rd

Tuesdays 11.30 am

Postcode: TF1 1HB

Shifnal: Daily Reflections Wednesday

Senior Citizens Meeting Room, Curriers Lane

Wednesday 7.30 pm

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Postcode: TF11 8EJ

Much Wenlock Fellowship of the Spirit Thursday

Methodist Church, King St

Thursdays 8.00 pm

Duration: 1 Hour

Postcode: TF13 6BL

Telford Step Friday

Princess Royal Hospital, Broseley Conference Rooms, Apley Castle

Fridays 7.30 pm

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Postcode: TF1 6TF

Shrewsbury Afternoon Open Saturday

Shrewsbury Baptist Church, Claremont St.

Saturdays 1.30 pm

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Postcode: SY1 1QG

Addiction Counselling in/Near Shropshire

Counselling after rehab can serve as a tool to keep you sober long after your treatment. Addiction support groups aren’t coordinated by professionals, though they are still extremely helpful. However, a therapist is in the ideal position to set up therapeutic sessions that will help you reinforce the coping techniques that you have learnt through rehab.

You can get further help through private counselling services, as they are easier to access than public programmes. You can find these services in Shropshire through the following online counselling directories:

Counselling UK


British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

Counselling Pages

National Counselling Society

How Can I Get to and from Shropshire?

By Car

The M54 is one of the major roads in the county that connects it to the West Midlands and the entire motorway network. The major trunk roads in Shropshire are the A49 that goes north-south, the A53, the A41, and the A5 that runs through the county.

By Train

Different major railway lines serve the county internally and connect it to other locations. These include the Cambrian Line, the Welsh March Line, the Shrewsbury to Chester Line, the Wolverhampton to Shrewsbury Line, and the Heart of Wales Line. There’s a direct service that links the county through Shrewsbury to London Euston Station.

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