WE HAVE FOUND MULTIPLE REHABS IN BEDFORD

Bedford Rehabs

Addiction Helper Rehab LIVESEARCH shows every Alcohol and Drug Rehab centre in bedford and provides a complete overview of each facility including reviews from previous treatment centre residents.

Up until the middle of the last century addiction was viewed as a moral failing. The alcohol or drug addict was seen as just a bad person who deserved any misfortune that came their way. Over the last hundred years there has been a huge increase in the amount of knowledge available on addiction, and the individual is no longer viewed as being morally bad. It is now agreed that this type of problem is similar to a disease. MRI investigations have shown that physical changes occur to the brain. The individual is no more at fault for their condition than the person who has diabetes. There has also been great improvements in the treatments available for dealing with addiction so those people living in the Bedford area who need help will find that there are resources available to them.

Below we have listed some of the services in areas around Bedford:

Bromham

Alcoholics Anonymous
Quaker House, 5 Lansdowne Rd, MK40 2BY
Friday, 19:30
Bromham

Eastcotts

Alcoholics Anonymous
Salvation Army, Commercial Rd, MK40 1QS
Tuesday, 13:30
Eastcotts

Shortstown

Alcoholics Anonymous
Salvation Army, Commercial Rd, MK40 1QS
Tuesday, 13:30
Shortstown

Wilshamstead

Alcoholics Anonymous
Salvation Army, Commercial Rd, MK40 1QS
Tuesday, 13:30
Wilshamstead

Elstow

Alcoholics Anonymous
Salvation Army, Commercial Rd, MK40 1QS
Tuesday, 13:30
Elstow

Great Barford

Alcoholics Anonymous
Chapter House, St Peter de Merton Church, De Parys Avenue, MK40 2TX
Sunday, 20:00
Great Barford

Biddenham

Alcoholics Anonymous
West One, 63-67 Bromham Rd, MK40 2FG
Saturday, 11:15
Biddenham

Renhold

Alcoholics Anonymous
Chapter House, St Peter de Merton Church, De Parys Avenue, MK40 2TX
Sunday, 20:00
Renhold

Wootton

Alcoholics Anonymous
Salvation Army, Commercial Rd, MK40 1QS
Tuesday, 13:30
Wootton

Clapham

Alcoholics Anonymous
Quaker House, 5 Lansdowne Rd, MK40 2BY
Friday, 19:30
Clapham

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How to Escape Addiction

When it comes to escaping addiction the individual will have a number of options including:

  • For many individuals a period of time (usually a month) spent in a rehabilitation clinic will be of great benefit to them. This will give them the opportunity to build a firm foundation on which to build their new life. It will also ensure that the individual passes safely through the initial withdrawal stage where they can experience unpleasant symptoms as a result of no longer taking the drug. For people living in Bedford there will be rehabs to choose from locally and further afield.
  • Some people find that attending a recovery fellowship can be a great help in recovery. Attendance at this group following rehab can keep the individual committed, and it will also allow them to develop a social network of sober friends. Those individuals who do not intend to use a fellowship need to consider an appropriate replacement because aftercare if vital to long term recovery.

We offer dedicated local treatment across Bedfordshire including AmpthillBedfordBiggleswadeDunstableFlitwickHoughton RegisKempstonLeighton BuzzardLuton and Sandy.