Alcohol & Drug Rehab In Bedfordshire

If you’re here because you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol or drug addiction in Bedfordshire, the good news is help is just around the corner! Here at Addiction Helper, we understand how stressful and worrying it can be dealing with addiction, and the impact it has on the ones who love us dearly.

It’s never too late to get help. In fact, we’ve helped thousands of people all around Bedfordshire get the help they deserve. Rehab for alcoholism and substance dependence may seem daunting, but we source only the best rehabs in and around Bedfordshire who comply with strict safety standards. That’s why all of our listed rehabs are CQC-registered and fully equipped with psychiatrists, nurses and addiction counsellors to make the process from detox to rehab as comfortable as possible. Furthermore, all listed rehabs have yearly Aftercare programmes to help you or a loved one stay clean and sober. Read on to learn more about the process of rehab and give us a call if you have any questions.

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Private Rehab

Private rehabilitation facilities are independent treatment centres designed to provide a conducive environment for recovery, as well as effective, personalised treatment plans for people who want to overcome their addiction. These rehabs run residential programmes from 28 to 90 days that are personalised to the needs of each client. You’ll get 24/7 care from start to finish with an experienced medical and therapy team.

The major benefit of private rehab is the intensity of treatment, which is comprehensive and tailored to fit each patient. Private rehab centres are also medical clinics, where you can receive (if required) a medical detox, treatment for physical and behavioural addictions along with psychiatric support.

Treatment includes a thorough assessment to determine your specific treatment needs; detoxification to remove all harmful toxins from your system; psychotherapy to treat all psychological problems, and 1yr free aftercare to help you maintain abstinence after rehab.

Pros And Cons Of Private Rehab


  • Be in a safe and nurturing environment
  • Medical detox with 24/7 care & support
  • Overcome the root causes of addiction
  • guaranteed privacy and confidentiality
  • Experienced team of doctors & therapists
  • Personalised rehabilitation programme
  • Look, feel, sleep better & regain confidence
  • Learn techniques for relapse prevention
  • 1 year complimentary aftercare support


Cost can be a barrier but should be weighed up versus longer-term cost of addiction both financial, physical and mental

How Much Does Rehab Cost In Bedfordshire?

When inquiring about the cost of private treatment in Bedfordshire, you’ll probably hear that standard rehab costs between £5,500-£11,000 per month. However, the cost of treatment depends on the rehab you choose and your length of stay. The cheapest rehab can start from as little as £834 per week including meals. Call us and discuss in more detail

NHS Addiction Treatment Options

If you can’t afford private rehab, do not despair, there are many free NHS and charity options near Newport Pagnell, St Neots, Bedford, and Luton. If you have small children at home or a job that doesn’t allow you to take time off to attend inpatient treatment, you can give any of these options a try to break free from addiction.

The Pros And Cons Of NHS Treatment

The Pros

For most individuals battling addiction, the major benefit of government-funded treatment is that it is free. Councils and charity organisations partner to ensure that every area of the county has one form of addiction treatment for its residents. Services are mostly targeted towards the homeless, individuals who can’t afford private treatment, and those who don’t have insurance. Even with limited access to funding, most of these government rehabs or outpatient clinics still provide decent treatment, which has helped thousands of people break free from addiction.

The Cons

As you may expect from free treatment, the major drawback is the long waiting list associated with government programmes. Long-term users, or those suffering from worsening mental health, do not have the luxury of time, and their situation could deteriorate before they can access treatment. Given that government addiction treatment programmes have limited funding, they are unable to conduct a comprehensive analysis, offer long-term treatment, or provide specialised care to every patient.

Addiction Support Groups

Addiction support groups are mostly facilitated by peers who gather in a fellowship to help each other by providing support, sharing experiences, strength, and hope. Mutual aid groups are an essential part of your recovery journey. Continued attendance, even after you’ve completed treatment, helps you maintain sobriety from drugs, alcohol, and behavioural addictions.

What Is NA?

Narcotic Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women, who have a strong desire to quit addiction to drugs. They follow the 12-step principle that encourages members to lean on a higher power for recovery, assume responsibility for their recovery, work through the steps with a sponsor, and share their experiences as a source of hope and strength to other members.

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What Is AA?

Alcoholic Anonymous is the largest 12-step mutual aid group in the world. There are thousands of venues in the UK alone, and millions of members who have the goal of quitting alcohol abuse and maintaining abstinence. The group is not affiliated with any organisation, but focuses on walking through the 12-steps as a way of addicts taking responsibility for their actions and recovering from addiction.

Types Of Counselling

One-to-One This is the most commonly known type of counselling. It involves counselling session between a therapist and his/her patients in the same room, or could potentially involve a group. It may be held in an office, yard, garden or any place where the patient feels most comfortable. Face-to-face therapy includes individual therapy such as motivational interviewing or family therapy and group counselling.

Online This includes all counselling services provided through the internet. It includes sessions via emails, Skype, and support group chat rooms such as SMART Recovery online support groups. It is easy, convenient, and promotes anonymity.

Group Involves a number of people struggling with similar issues coming together to discuss these issues openly, and in the presence of a certified counsellor. Through this process, each participant gains a deeper insight into their addiction, while providing support to others in the group at the same time.

Facts about Bedfordshire

  • Bedfordshire Day is celebrated annually on 28th November. The date was decided with a public vote by the Friends of Bedfordshire Society.
  • Bedfordshire is alphabetically the first English county.
  • Arlesey in Bedfordshire claims to be Britain’s ‘longest’ town with a main street length of three miles.
  • It was in Bedfordshire’s Biggleswade where in 1901 Daniel Albone invented the tractor.
  • In some areas of the UK, people call those from Bedfordshire “Clangers”.
  • Clanger is a typical dish in the area; it’s a suet crust dumpling.

How Can I Get to and from Bedfordshire?

Bedfordshire is almost 60 miles from London. Several trains commute from Blackfriars Station and St Pancras International to Bedford train station. East Midlands Trains and Thameslink operate the lines running through the area. Average journey time is one hour; tickets are priced at £14.70.

If you’re driving, the major town of Bedford lies directly between the M1 and A1 motorways. International travellers coming in via Heathrow Airport can take the Piccadilly Line, located under the central bus terminals 1,2 and 3, for trains to London. When you get to London, change at St Pancras Station onto the Thameslink to connect to Bedford.

If you’re coming from Luton Airport, you can use local lines such as the Milton Main Line. The Thameslink, and the East Midlands Lines also go to, around and from the area. Bletchley trains use the local Bedford St. John train station, second in size in the area.

Getting around the bigger cities in the region (Bedford, Luton, Dunstable, Flitwick, Kempston, Leighton Buzzard) is easy when you travel by car on the A6, A421 and the A422. You can get to the smaller towns such as Clapham, Barton-Le-Clay and Silsoe easily when using the A6 and exiting at Oakley road, the roundabout at Bedford Road and Higham rd, and the High street or Barton road.

All bigger cities in County Bedfordshire, including Bedford and Luton, have a number of hotels and rentals you can use while attending outpatient rehab or while choosing your inpatient services. These include the Travelodge Bedford, the Barns Hotel, and the Bedford Swan Hotel in the county capital, as well as the Thristle Express and the Leaside Hotel in Luton.

Reaching Bedfordshire from the nearby counties is easy, as the A428 highway links directly to Northamptonshire, the A421 can get you directly to Bedford from Buckinghamshire, via the A6 you can reach Hertfordshire, and through the A421 (which flows into the A428) you can get to Bedfordshire from Cambridgeshire.