Rehab treatment

Embarking on the journey to sobriety can be daunting but rehab offers the best opportunity for recovery. Effective rehab requires thought, personal growth and healing and while you have to commit time, energy and dedication to treatment, Linwood House can give all the support you need to get better. Our modern yet comfortable residential facilities will take you away from everyday pressures. We’ll provide you with a proven recovery plan so you can benefit from a diverse range of evidence-based treatments.

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What is rehab?

Rehab is professional treatment for overcoming unhealthy relationships with drugs, alcohol or behaviours, which involves learning why you developed the condition, the people, places and situations which trigger it and will help you develop new coping mechanisms and strategies to replace substances. Rehab involves professional support and evidence-based approaches which will help you achieve and maintain sobriety and build a brighter future.

You will begin rehab after a drug or alcohol detox. This process removes toxins from your body, breaks physical dependence and helps you manage withdrawal symptoms.

Linwood House’s rehab programmes offer a range of therapies, workshops and treatment approaches to support you in achieving sobriety and assist you after you leave our rehab centre

Some of our rehab programmes include:

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Alcohol rehab

This programme helps people who struggle with compulsive drinking. Here, you’ll replace unhealthy old behaviours with positive new ones and stay in a peaceful, alcohol-free environment.

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Drug rehab

We welcome users of all kinds of drugs onto this programme and provide a variety of treatments to help you build the skills to resist drugs and make a fresh start. Click the button below to learn more.

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Prescription drugs

This programme is designed to help those addicted to painkillers, sedatives, stimulants, benzodiazepines or other prescription medications. Click the button below to learn more.

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Outpatient and inpatient rehab treatment

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation programmes can involve outpatient or inpatient treatment.

Outpatient rehab

During outpatient rehab, you visit a treatment centre for regular sessions while living at home, allowing you to continue balancing your daily responsibilities with receiving treatment.

Inpatient rehab

Inpatient rehab, also known as residential rehab, is when you stay at the rehab centre for the duration of your treatment programme. Residential rehab is a safe and supportive environment away from the stresses, triggers, and distractions of everyday life.

Rehab at Linwood House

Linwood House is a residential rehab facility offering inpatient detox and rehab programmes. We provide a calm and comfortable environment where you can focus on building up your recovery. Our support staff are on hand to cater to your needs, giving you the time and space to fully engage with treatment.

Our facilities include:

  • Separate detox and rehab facilities
  • Private bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
  • Shared lounge areas
  • Patio and garden areas
  • Home-cooked, nutritious meals prepared on-site

Our residential substance abuse treatment programmes also give you the opportunity to recover in the company of others who share your experience. This can be a source of inspiration, encouragement, and friendship that stays with you throughout your recovery journey.

Some of the benefits of rehab at Linwood House include:

In-depth admissions process

We ensure our admissions process is as quick and stress-free as possible but remains grounded in best practices. Your time at Linwood House will begin with an assessment of your medical condition and history of substance abuse which will be used to design an effective treatment plan for you.

Proven treatment plans

Our alcohol and drug rehab programmes offer a range of evidence-based therapies, including:

We also provide experiential therapies to help you develop new ways to cope with stress and negative feelings. These may include:

  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Creative art therapy

We’re here to ensure you receive the top-tier, personalised treatment you deserve. Our expert staff includes professional nurses specially trained in mental health, licensed therapists and certified support workers.

Comprehensive Aftercare

Your recovery journey doesn’t stop once you leave Linwood House. Addiction is a chronic condition characterised by long-term brain changes that can cause cravings for drugs or alcohol even after years of sober living. Our effective treatments teach you the skills to manage these urges but we also offer aftercare to help you face any challenges arising in the months or years following rehab.

Linwood House provides a year’s free aftercare with every programme. This includes monthly workshops for you and your family members where you can renew your commitment to recovery and share experiences and advice with others. We’ll also connect you to 12-step meetings and other services in your local area to provide sources of ongoing support.

Make the change today

The toughest part of recovery is often recognising that you have a problem and reaching out for help. We’re here to make this process as easy as possible for you. You can access our rehab treatment programme by sending us a confidential message through our contact form, calling us on 03301 736 751, or requesting a free call back.

Frequently asked questions

How much does rehab cost in the UK?
There is no one set price for rehab in the UK. The cost varies between clinics and depends on the level of care and the length of treatment. Financial support may be available through local authorities and private insurers (if you have one). Our team at Linwood House can help direct you to the relevant services and guide you through the practicalities of obtaining funding.
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Who am I contacting?

Calls and contact requests are answered by admissions at

UK Addiction Treatment Group.

We look forward to helping you take your first step.

03301 736 751