Facility Location and Profile
This is a 17-bed and fully residential rehabilitation clinic regulated by the Care Quality Commission. They offer a variety of programmes ranging from 7 to 84 days of treatment. The modern facility is situated in a tranquil setting in Sutton-in-Ashfield and is easy to get to by car, train and the East Midlands airport.
The treatment options offered are focused on the healing of body and mind at the same time, including cognitive behaviour therapy, stress-management treatment, holistic therapies, and group therapy. The rehabilitation programme has been carefully curated to ensure that our patients receive the best care at all times.
The treatment options available include therapies and detoxification from a number of addictions including alcohol, cannabis, crack cocaine, crystal meth, GHB & GBL, heroin, ketamine, sleeping pills, tramadol.
The staff has all the necessary qualifications and certifications for helping you heal. Members have been certified by both the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists and The Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals.
The members of the team work within a strictly professional environment, alongside the CQC (Care Quality Commission) and are all fully registered and certified to provide addiction treatment services, ensuring that the highest standards of treatment safety are met.
14 bedrooms that are all en-suite. This is made up of 11 single occupancy rooms, including the master suite and 3 twin rooms. The centre has a specialist ground floor room with wheel-chair access and facilities for residents with disabilities which includes a bath hoist.
The Treatment Program
This addiction centre offers a full treatment programme with various levels of care. The programme works from intervention to detox right through to the very end of the rehabilitation process, covering all areas.
- This centre provides treatment options including:
Daily diary groups
12 Steps groups including assignments
Smart recovery groups
Coping with cravings
Managing stress and anxiety
Nutrition in recovery