Drug and alcohol rehab near Woodley

Rehab in Woodley

Statistics of Drug and Alcohol Abuse in and around Woodley, Berkshire

Compared to the national crime rate, the crime rate in Berkshire, the county in which Woodley is located, is 72%. Drug crime makes up 2.1% of all crimes reported in the county from March 2022 to February 2023. The total number of drugs crime in Berkshire was 1.7k, as per the drug crime statistics.

In Berkshire, drugs or alcohol claimed 50 lives in 2020 — 9 women and 41 men. In the year 2022, 12 drug-related offences were reported in Woodley and 1,818 in Berkshire.

If you are trying to find a professional rehab facility in Woodley for someone in your family for a complete recovery from drugs, you have the option of the UK Addiction Treatment (UKAT) centres. We offer various personalised detox and rehab programmes to treat drug and alcohol addiction as well as reliance on cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, cannabis, crack cocaine, and prescription medications.

Linwood House: Why it is the Best Rehab Clinic near Woodley

UKAT has various residential rehabilitation clinics across the country. These are Sanctuary Lodge in Essex, Primrose Lodge in Guildford, Recovery Lighthouse in Worthing, Liberty House in Luton, Oasis Rehab in Bradford, Oasis Rehab in Runcorn, Banbury Lodge in Banbury and Linwood House in Barnsley.

Anyone wishing to relax in warm, tranquil environments while spending time in nature would love the calm surroundings and amenities at Linwood House in Barnsley. It is located in an opulent, tastefully renovated building with lovely gardens.

Medical professionals and therapists working here are qualified to oversee drug and alcohol treatment programmes and therapies.

Linwood House near Woodley has the following features:

  • Private bedrooms
  • Wholesome nutritious meals
  • Common sitting areas,
  • Dining area
  • Tranquil therapy rooms
  • On-site gym,
  • Vast gardens

Virtual Tour of Linwood House near Woodley

Take a look at this beautiful rehab facility via this virtual tour.

Pictures of Linwood Rehab Facility near Woodley

The following images will give you an idea about the comfort and hygiene maintained in the rehab clinic:

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Rehab Treatments at Linwood House near Woodley

Linwood House offers detoxification and rehab treatments for those who are addicted to drugs, alcohol, opiates, stimulants, medication, and other behavioural addictions such as smoking, gambling, sex and love addiction, gaming, co-dependency, eating disorders, etc.

The 12-step approach to therapy includes the detoxification process and a holistic rehabilitation regimen. The procedure includes:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Meditation and yoga
  • Motivational sessions
  • Sound therapy
  • Techniques for reducing tension
  • Self-help
  • Workshops
  • Mindfulness-based therapies
  • Physical exercises
  • Individual counselling
  • Family counselling
  • Group therapy
  • Relapse prevention
  • Contingency management
  • Extended care

Our Clients’ Experiences at Linwood House near Woodley

Take a look at the reviews of a few patients at Linwood House who benefited from the therapies and treatment programme:

“Very good service all round. Good, well managed detox programme and group therapy.” -Rich

“Exellent support from all staff and peers, nothing was too much trouble and every person was approachable.” -Wayne

“I really feel I have gained so much this time in Linwood House. Sherrie my therapist has got a lot out of me, and gone above and beyond to help and advise me.” -Chris Mallinson

List of Free Addiction Support Groups near Woodley

The following list can help your loved one get back to a drug-free life. One can join free support groups if they are unable to join a residential rehab clinic:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings in Woodley, Berkshire

Reading Przystan Polish Speaking

Thursday 20.00
81 London Rd
Postcode: RG1 5BY


Sunday 19.00
United Reformed Church Hall, Church St
Postcode: RG10 9DR

Reading Plomien Nadziei Polish Speaking

Tuesday 20.00
61 Watlington St
Postcode: RG1 4EH

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings in Woodley, Berkshire

Sunday Serenity

Sunday 19:30
Park United Reform Church
21 Palmer Park Avenue

Early Bird Meeting

Tuesday 19:00
Unit 13 Reform Road

Wokingham Group

Tuesday 20:00
Baptist Church
Milton Road
RG40 1DE

Cocaine Anonymous (CA) groups in Woodley, Berkshire

Reading Thus We grow

Tuesday 20:00
84 Queen’s Rd
Reading RG1 4BW

The Sunlight of the Spirit

Wednesday 19:00
The Pavilion
143-145 Oxford Rd
Reading RG1 7UY

Faith on Friday

Friday 20:00
Wokingham Baptist Church
Milton Rd
Wokingham RG40 1DE

How to Travel to Linwood House Woodley?

A town and civil parish in Berkshire’s Borough of Wokingham is called Woodley. Woodley first gained recognition thanks to the Woodley Aerodrome and the production facility Miles Aircraft Ltd. The Museum of Berkshire Aviation now honours Woodley’s contributions to aviation. Just east of the village of Woodley is a site of special scientific interest (SSSI) known as Lodge Wood and Sandford Mill. The Alder Moors, Highwood, and Lavells Lake local nature reserves are three of the town’s natural preserves.

You have the choice to ask us to set up transportation for you or a loved one who needs treatment at Linwood House.

By car

It takes 3 hours and 22 minutes to travel by car, covering 185.3 miles (via M1) from Woodley to Linwood House in Barnsley.

By train/bus

You’ll need 4 hours and 30 minutes if you take public transportation. Take a train from Early to London Paddington Railway Station (via Reading). Walk for 5 minutes after getting down at Paddington Railway Station and circle towards Circle Line via King’s Cross to reach King’s Cross St. Pancras. From here, walk to St Pancreas International to take a train to Barnsley. From Barnsley, take a bus from Interchange (Stand 10) and get down at Wakefield Road/Langsett Road to reach Linwood House.

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Call us as soon as possible to receive help if you or a loved one is attempting to recover from alcohol or drug addiction.