Local Residential Alcohol And Drug Rehab In Warwickshire

Getting into treatment at a rehab centre can save your life and your relationships with your loved ones and extended family. When you’re under the influence of mood-altering substances, you’re likely to engage in risky behaviours, such as driving under the influence, fighting in public, bowing to dangerous peer pressure, mixing alcohol and drugs, or operating heavy machinery under the influence.

Addiction is characterised by a lack of control over drug/alcohol use. So, you need professional assistance to overcome your addiction and get your life back on track. Going to rehab will give you a new appreciation for life, and set you up for lifelong abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Get started by calling an addiction helpline and a counsellor will help you find the right treatment option that fully caters to your needs.

Overview of the Services Offered at Primrose Lodge

Primrose Lodge is a rehab facility in Guildford, Surrey. We offer specialist treatment of the highest quality to individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. We also treat mental health issues, such as depression, as well as behavioural addictions like gambling and eating disorders. We offer a wide range of therapies suited to these different types of addictions, and matched by specialist doctors, counsellors, and therapists, who are licensed and experienced in treating your addiction.

We recognise the uniqueness of each client and design a personalised treatment plan that treats you as a whole. We are experts in dual diagnosis and trauma, and as such offer cutting-edge techniques to treat co-occurring disorders diagnosed at intake. We are one of the few UK rehab centres that also caters to the treatment needs of young people, aged 16-18, especially those who have eating disorders and/or other types of addiction.

Our services include:

  • Alcohol Detox
  • Drug Detox
  • 12 step therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Family recovery programme
  • Trauma therapy
  • Dual diagnosis treatment
  • Art therapy
  • Fitness programme, and more

Primrose Lodge is 102 miles from Warwickshire. It’s around a two-hour drive via the M40. We also offer a sober transport service that takes you from your residence to our rehab, and takes you home after you’ve completed treatment.

Address: Perry Hill, Worplesdon, Guildford

Phone no: 02035539263

The Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

The Pros

  • The ability to focus on your recovery, because you’re living in a facility, cut off from all the influences that could derail your recovery or cause a relapse.
  • You learn how to build and enforce a structured schedule, that you’ll maintain long after you’re discharged from rehab.
  • 24/7 support from in-house specialists, who are always nearby.
  • Treatment by licensed professionals, who have experience in treating your type of addiction.
  • Removal of the worries and pressures of life from daily activities.
  • The feeling of being part of a community, with other residents who are going through similar situations.

The Cons

  • You’ll have to live in the rehab centre for the duration of treatment.
  • Adjusting to a structure that determines when you wake up, eat, and perform other activities.
  • The risk of losing your job, if you’re going to be away for an extended period of time.
  • The high cost of treatment


How Much Does Rehab Cost in Warwickshire?

The cost of treatment primarily depends on the services you’re receiving. Inpatient programmes are more expensive than outpatient programmes, because they are more intensive. Other factors that affect the cost include the location of the rehab centre, the size of the programme, staff-to-patient ratio, amenities on offer, and number of therapies used in treatment.

Low-cost programmes charge between £3,450-£4,500. Standard rehabs charge £5,000-£7,000 a month, and luxury programmes charge £50,000-£75,000 a month. Luxury programmes are more expensive, because they offer extra amenities, such as panoramic views, fine dining, in-house gym, a swimming pool, animal therapy, horse riding, spa services, massage therapy, music therapy, and more.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Warwickshire

The Recovery Partnership – Stratford & South Warwickshire: If you need information, advice, support, and treatment for drug and alcohol problems, the recovery partnership can help. Services include community detoxification, structured day programmes, support for carers and parents, recovery groups, nurse prescribing, key working, personalised recovery plans, pharmacology, health checks, criminal justice interventions, BBV testing and vaccinations, advice on local mutual aids group, acupuncture, and support to access residential detox and/or inpatient treatment.

Address: Stratford Healthcare, Arden Street, Stratford-upon-Avon

Phone no: 01789206770

Recovery Partnership – Coventry: This is a recovery-focused treatment service for residents of Warwickshire and Coventry who have a drug/alcohol problem. Services include assessment, open access, needle exchange, community detox, harm reduction strategies, psychosocial interventions, personalised recovery plans, prescribing services, volunteer schemes, service user involvement, GP liaison, health checks, family support services, and more.

Address:  8 ironmonger Row, Coventry

Phone no: 0247630135

ESH Rugby: ESH offers private and confidential support to individuals concerned about their drug/alcohol use, or a loved one’s use. Treatment begins with an initial one-on-one session to understand your situation and advise you on the most effective treatment options, either provided by ESH, privately funded, or through the local authority. ESH delivers quality services regardless of sexuality, race, religious belief, disability, or gender.

Address: 1 Regent Place, Rugby, Warwickshire

Phone no: 01926889356

Cocaine Anonymous Warwickshire: Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of women and men who share their hopes, experiences, and strength with each other, to solve the common problem of cocaine addiction. They only require that new members have a genuine desire to quit cocaine and/or other mind-altering substances. The group follows the 12-step programme. They are not allied with any other organisation, nor do they charge fees for members.

Address: Hill Street Community Centre, Rugby, Warwickshire

Every Friday from 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Phone no: 03001112285

Addiction Support Groups in Warwickshire

ESH Family Programme: ESH Community family support is provided at the central office. It is a service for carers, family members, and friends who are affected by a loved one’s substance misuse. ESH believes that the family should receive support alongside the individual, because addiction also affects family members.

The group sessions give family members the skills to provide better care for their loved one, whilst also supporting themselves. Family sessions include boundaries, working together, conflict resolution, self-care, drug and alcohol education, and information about addiction.

Family mutual support groups: Wednesday from 6:00 pm

Address: Esh Works, 9a Althorpe Street, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire

Phone no: 01926889356

How to Choose a Recovery Programme

A few factors to consider when looking for a recovery programme include:

Type of programme: Would you benefit from inpatient or outpatient treatment? Inpatient treatment provides private/shared rooms for their patients, and a structured environment that eliminates all triggers that could cause you to relapse.

Location: If your family is going to be a part of your recovery journey, the rehab centre you choose should be within a two to three-hour drive away, to ensure they can visit for family therapy and visiting days.

Tailor-made programme: The best rehab centres create a personalised treatment plan for each patient. It factors in the severity of your addiction, mental health issues, and physical health.

Specialised rehabs: Some patients are uncomfortable at a mixed-gender rehab. There are rehab centres that are women-only, men-only and youth-only. Choose a facility that helps you respond better to treatment.

Cost: You have several options when looking at cost. Insurance, bank loan, scholarship, government grant, funding by a charity organisation, crowdfunding, and support from loved ones. Get your finances in order to determine what you can afford. Look for rehabs within a similar price range, and choose a programme that offers a more comprehensive treatment

NA meetings in/near Warwickshire


The Salvation Army Lifehouse, 44 Harnall Lane West

Saturday 4:00 pm

Stoke St Michael’s Church, 365a Walsgrave road, Stoke

Friday 7:30 pm

St Mary & Benedict Catholic Church, 52a Raglan Street, Hillfields

Thursday 7:30 pm

St Peter’s Centre, Charles Street, Hillfields

Wednesday 7:30 pm


Cornerstone Café, United Reform Church, Foundry Place

Thursday 7:30 pm


Hope 4, 8 Newbold Road

Thursday 7:30 pm

Leamington Spa

The Salvation Army Leamington, 1a Chapel street

Friday 7:30 pm

AA meetings in/near Warwickshire


Manor Court Baptist Church, Manor Court Road

Saturday 8:00 pm

Monday 8:00 pm


St Mary’s Church, Market Square

Friday 1:30 pm

Wednesday 8:00 pm


Polesworth Abbey, High Street

Thursday 8:00 pm


Catholic Church of Our Lady & St Michael (Parish Centre), Darlingscote Road

Sunday 7:00 pm

Day Room 2, Ellen Badger Hospital, Stratford Road

Tuesday 7:30 pm


Claremont Centre, 43 Clifton Road

Thursday 8:00 pm

Friends Meeting House, 28 Regent Place

Monday 8:00 pm


The Gap Community Centre, 39 Oakwood Grove

Wednesday 8:00 pm

St Paul’s Church, Friar Street

Saturday 8:00 am


The Church Centre, The People’s Church, Horse Fair

Friday 7:30 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Warwickshire

Swanswell Alcohol and Drug Recovery Service: Swanswell offers advice, information, psychological/medical treatment, and provides access to residential rehabilitation. Other services include harm reduction, GP shared care, substitute prescribing services, testing for blood-borne viruses, needle exchange, vaccination for Hepatitis B, assessment for inpatient detox and rehabilitation, community detox, health promotion, group work, key work, care coordination, and action planning.

Address: 15 Alcester Street, Redditch, Worcestershire

Phone: 03003038200

The Mikey Project: This is a non-profit drug and alcohol facility that offers abstinence-based treatment. Project workers are flexible, and can either work with you from the residential facility or from your home. Services include alcohol and drug detox, comprehensive assessment, BBV testing, drug/alcohol residential rehabilitation, counselling, and individual support.

Address: 3 The Quadrant, Warwick Road, Coventry

Phone no: 02476243612

Solihull Integrated Addiction Service – South: SIAS offers free and confidential treatment for anyone who has a problem with drugs, alcohol, and gambling addiction. SIAS is a partnership between various organisations that provide recovery services in Solihull.

They offer support for adults, children, young people, and family members affected by a loved one’s drug/alcohol use. Services for young people include one-on-one counselling, referral to specialist agencies, comprehensive assessment, family and group counselling, substitute prescribing for class A drugs, harm reduction techniques, and needle exchange.

Address: Lower Ground Floor, The Core, Homer Road, Solihull

Phone no: 01214119816

KIKIT Pathways to Recovery: A community-based drug & alcohol support service that offers multilingual information and advice. Services include drop-in services, referral to specialist services, harm reduction, outreach services, drug testing, needle exchange, alternative therapies, one-on-one counselling, support for families, specialist KHAT project, housing advice, and screening and vaccination for Hepatitis B.

Address: 153 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham

Phone no: 01214483883

Local Govt Addiction Resources in Warwickshire

Warwickshire Drug and Alcohol Team: A partnership function that coordinates the county’s approach in reducing the harm caused by drugs and alcohol on families, individuals, and communities. They give contact details and information for individuals who need local support, provide useful links where residents can find help for alcohol abuse, and conduct needs assessments in partnership with the Warwickshire Observatory. They also enforce the National Drug Strategy of 2010, centred around restricting supply, reducing demand, and building recovery.

Phone no: 01214119816

Compass Services for Young People – Warwickshire: Compass is one of the largest providers of substance misuse services in the UK. Their experienced team work to give young children a chance of achieving their economic, academic, and social potential. Compass provides motivation, advice, and practical support, alongside structured treatment for alcohol/drug misuse.

Address: Suite 4, Hilton House, Corporation Street, Rugby

Phone no: 01788578227

CGL Warwickshire: Change Grow Live is a free and confidential service for individuals and families affected by drug and alcohol abuse in Warwickshire. Services are personalised and recovery focused. Services include emotional support, opiate replacement prescribing, harm reduction, access to mutual aid, counselling, community detox, residential detox, employment and housing support, needle exchange, healthcare clinics, and aftercare services.

Address: 16 Court Street, Leamington Spa

Phone no: 01926353513

How Can I Get To and From Warwickshire?

The drive from Warwickshire to Primrose Lodge in Guildford covers a distance of 102 miles, which takes around 2 hour and 4 minutes via the M40. Take exit 12 on the M40 and M25 to Portsmouth Road in Surrey. Take exit 10 from the M25 and follow the A3 and A3100 to High Street/North Street in Guildford. Don’t forget, we offer a sober transport service, so you don’t have to make the drive on your own.

There are several trains that travel between Marylebone and Warwick train stations throughout the day. Average journey time is 1 hour and 27 minutes. Ticket prices start from £29.40 but there is a 43% discount when you book in advance.

Warwick is served by an extensive motorway network; the A14 from the East, the M1 from North East, the M6 from the North West, the M5 from the South West and the M40 from the South East. The train station is a 10-minute walk from the castle and town centre. Trains are available to Coventry, Banbury, Birmingham, Oxford, and other locations throughout the country.

If you want to fly in, there are two airports; Coventry Airport and Birmingham Airport, both a short distance from Warwickshire. Train stations in the area include Warwick Parkway, Coleshill Parkway, and Stratford Parkway.

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