Worcestershire Rehabs

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

Find the Ideal Rehabilitation Clinic in Worcestershire

If you feel you need help and support in dealing with your addiction, there are effective and comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab options in Worcestershire. Our team of professional and experienced advisors will help you choose the ideal treatment clinic for yourself or your loved one.

Getting Help for Addiction

As addiction progresses the quality of our relationships decreases. We neglect our family and friends as our lives revolve more and more around our drug or drink of choice. We end up alone apart from the company of other using addicts. Under these circumstances, it is all but impossible to get clean and sober.

Going to residential drug and alcohol rehab provides the opportunity for you to recover with not only the dedicated help of a team of addiction experts but within a community of like-minded peers.

Often rehabs in the Worcestershire area recommend a 90-day stay. This will give you enough time to detox, and to benefit from the therapeutic programme. This approach to addiction treatment is the most effective currently available.

In rehab, you will have the opportunity to detox in as safe and as comfortable a way as possible, and you will develop effective ways of living and enjoying life without the use of drugs and alcohol.

Resistance to rehab

Sometimes low self-esteem and low self-worth are the drivers behind addiction. Being an active addict only exacerbates this negative self-image leaving us with what becomes a chronic sense of shame.

The sense that you are not worthy of help, or not capable of getting better, creates a barrier to accepting the help which is on offer.

In rehab you will learn to separate your self from your illness, you are worth it and you can recover. You deserve a good life, free from the binds of addiction.

Going to rehab will give you the opportunity to that shame and to uncover and build upon your natural assets, strengths, and resilience.

The Worcestershire rehabs will provide you with a safe and nurturing environment in which to do the challenging work of recovering.


Rehab can provide you with the optimal circumstances for recovery, but ultimately your recovery from addiction depends on your commitment to the process. With willingness, open-mindedness, and honesty you will get the most out of the whole therapeutic process.

If you can commit to the process, the Worcestershire rehabs will be committed to providing you with timely, rigorous, and long-term support.

First Steps


Though many people share the illness of addiction no two addicts are the same. Each person’s context and experience is different, unique to them. The Worcestershire rehabs will provide you with a thorough assessment to determine the course of action which will be optimal for you. To get a comprehensive picture, you will be asked a number of questions relating to your:

  • general health
  • family/work/social situation
  • mental and emotional health
  • addiction and using history
  • detox requirements

During this process, it will be useful for you to communicate your expectations and goals for your time in rehab. From all this information the treatment team will be able to determine which counsellor will be the best fit for you, and which therapeutic approach will be most beneficial for you.


On the day of your admission to rehab you will see a consultant who will prescribe you an appropriate medical detox should you need one. Your detox will typically last 7-10 days and you will be supported throughout this process. There will be staff on site 24 hours a day. Everything will be done in rehab to make the detox process as safe and as comfortable as possible.

The Rehabilitation Programme

The Worcestershire drug rehab, alcohol rehab, and process rehab programmes have been carefully designed to ensure that all clients are given the best opportunity to recover. You may be nervous about treatment but rest assured that everything will be done to make the process as clear and accessible as possible.

You will be assigned a focal counsellor, who will usually be your counsellor for the length of your stay, and they will be responsible for designing and adapting your treatment plan to best accommodate your needs and your goals.

The treatment programmes offer a combination of the latest evidence-based practice designed to enable you to address your addiction, your underlying issues, and to develop positive and effective strategies for a sober life.

The Worcestershire rehab programmes are continually evolving to remain up to date with the latest and most effective approaches to addiction treatment. In drug and alcohol rehab you will have access to many different therapeutic interventions which will include some combination of:

    •  Medical detox
    • Expert therapists
    • Cognitive behavioural therapy
    • Dialectical behaviour therapy
  • Individual counselling
  • Group counselling
  • Family groups
  • 12 steps
  • Exercise and fitness programs
  • Healthy eating
  • Educational talks
  • Relapse prevention
  • Aftercare
  • Complimentary therapies
  • Trained and dedicated support staff
  • A community of peers

In addition to getting clean and sober, rehab can help you with:

  • Stress reduction
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Cultivating peace of mind
  • Self-acceptance
  • Recognizing and understanding our thought patterns

Fun in Recovery

Rehab is designed to help you deal with your past, present and future in a safe and effective way. In addition to this intense therapeutic programme, you will also have the opportunity to have fun and free time. Rehab can feel like an intense experience so there will be particular times dedicated entirely to having sober fun. The fun activities on offer might include ten-pin bowling, days out to the beach or walking.

Aftercare Options in Worcestershire

Completing rehab is a massive achievement. Following rehab, you can go on to build on the things you have learned in rehab. The Worcestershire rehabs offer a multifaceted aftercare plan to help you to transition back into ‘normal’ living.

Second stage care

You may be eligible for second stage care following completion of primary rehab. This may an option for you if returning to accommodation that would put your recovery in jeopardy.  Second stage care provides sober housing and moderate support, as well as workshops and skills training options.

Relapse Prevention

Before you leave rehab you will design a relapse prevention plan along with your counsellor and peers. This plan will include steps to take when you find yourself wanting to drink or use again. The purpose of relapse prevention is to bring to your awareness those behavioural and thought patterns that put you at risk for picking up a drink or drug. This way you will be able to see the relapse coming and instead of following the path back to addiction you can practice a recovery behaviour like speaking to your counsellor, going to an Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous meeting, or bringing to mind the consequences of what that one use or drink might mean.

Aftercare Counselling

As a graduate of the Worcestershire rehabs, you will be to attend aftercare groups, counselling, and workshops. This service will be available to you for up to a year following primary rehab. These sessions will give you an opportunity to be supported and share your experience of putting into practice all the things you have learned in rehab.


Often people benefit greatly from finding sober friends and community in the Worcestershire area. When it comes to Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous meetings, a comprehensive list of meetings is available on the AA and NA UK websites.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does rehab last?

The length of time you spend in treatment will depend on your particular needs and goals but usually, there is a requirement of around a 90-day stay.  The initial detox process takes around 7-10 days. There may be the option of longer-term care in the form of sober accommodation and aftercare sessions.

Can I bring my phone?

You will not usually be allowed to bring electronic devices (phones/tablets/laptops) because they are a distraction from the therapeutic programme.

Can I have visitors and phone calls?

You will be allowed visitors after the initial detox period is over. At set times, usually on the weekends, you will be able to have visitors from families and loved ones.

In the evening during free time, you will be able to call your family or they will be able to call in. Because of the boundaries of confidentiality in place in the Worcestershire rehabs, you will be asked to provide a list of names of those people who you would like to speak to. People who are not named on that list will not be given any information about you, including whether or not you are a resident.

How much will treatment cost?

Those who are able to privately fund their rehab program will find little or even no waiting list prior to assessment and admission. You may be eligible for NHS funding. To find out about an NHS funded place in rehab please visit your GP who can then refer you to local drug and alcohol services in the Worcestershire area.

For more information on overcoming addiction for good, please call Addiction Helper today. Our helpline is available 24-hours a day, every day of the year.

We offer dedicated local treatment across Worcestershire including BromsgroveDroitwich SpaEveshamGreat MalvernKidderminsterRedditchStourbridgeStourport-on-Severn and Worcester.