A Guide To Alcohol And Drug Detox And Rehab In Hertfordshire

Are you or a loved in need of addiction treatment in Hertfordshire? Once you’re on the path to addiction, it will nearly always end the same way if you don’t get help in time. The first thing you’ll notice is a decline in your physical and mental health, not before long relationships become strained as does finances and the ability to function in your workplace.

Eventually, everything in your life takes a back seat to addiction, including your children, spouse and job. Rehab centres can help you break the vicious cycle of addiction. Apart from substance abuse and alcoholism, there are also behavioural addictions such as sex, gambling, gaming and eating disorders.

Rehab centres are equipped with specialists who can help you overcome any behavioural or physical addiction. Inpatient rehab centres in Hertfordshire apply research-backed techniques to treat your addiction and provide follow-up care to help you maintain abstinence after rehab.

Services offered by Liberty House

Liberty House is a fully furbished alcohol and drug treatment centre in the heart of Luton, here we are passionate about helping individuals who are struggling with alcoholism and drug addiction. We provide medical detox and therapeutic rehabilitation in order to remove toxins from the body and provide life tools to enable long-term sobriety. Therapy techniques used to treat addiction and dual diagnosis include nutrition therapy, 12-step groups, holistic therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), art and music therapy, meditation, group therapy, family therapy and more.

Liberty House Clinic is located 11 miles away from Hertfordshire. It is a 22 minute drive via B553, going through East Hyde. We can also arrange sober transportation to and from our facility if you need it. Get in touch with us today to begin your addiction treatment.

Pros and Cons of Private Rehab


  • Immediate admission 365 days a year
  • Medical detox with 24/7 care & support
  • Overcome the root causes of addiction
  • Experienced team of doctors & therapists
  • Personalised rehabilitation programme
  • Look, feel, sleep better & regain confidence
  • Learn techniques for relapse prevention
  • Fitness and nutrition programme
  • 1 year complimentary aftercare support

The cons
• Price can be a barrier which needs to be weighed up versus the long-term cost of drug and alcohol abuse
• Being away from friends and family which at first can be emotionally challenging

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Hertfordshire?

Detox and rehab starts from £834 to £2,750 per week depending on treatment length and clinic chosen

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in Hertfordshire

Turning Point (Hertfordshire Complex Needs Service): Turning Point provides outreach support for individuals who have complex needs associated with mental health, alcohol abuse and substance use disorder. They partner with Hertfordshire Mind Network to provide practical support and promote recovery and personal independence.

90 Peartree Lane,
Welwyn Garden City,
01707 891 120

Supporting Herts (Alcohol services for homeless people): Supporting Herts is a service run by WDP in Hertfordshire. They offer housing support to alcohol and drug users living in Hertfordshire. The service is delivered in partnership with Druglink, with the aim to provide support services to homeless people in recovery

Devonshire Business Centres,
Orion House,
Bessemer Road,
Welwyn Garden City,
0300 303 3147

The Living Room, Stevenage: An award-winning charity organisation that provides support to individuals recovering from substance abuse and alcoholism. Centres in St Albans and Stevenage are staffed by trained and licensed counsellors, who themselves have struggled with addiction in the past.

8-10 The Glebe,
Chells Way,
1438 355 649

Addiction Support Groups in Hertfordshire

Future Living Hertford: Future Living comprises a team of trained professionals who provide addiction support to individuals and families. Groups include: family groups, daily group therapy, art and craft therapy, group therapy for women who’ve suffered assault or abuse, retraining and education for employment, Wednesday drop-in centre for advice and support, as well as weekly individual counselling sessions.

Vale House,
43 Cowbridge,
01992 537 344

DrugFam, Borehamwood: This service provides safe and caring support to loved ones affected by another person’s alcohol or drug use including those who have lost someone to substance abuse. Their range of services helps families break free from the vicious cycle of addiction.

Maxwell Park Community Centre,
Maxwell Road,
Office 01494 442 777
Helpline 0300 888 3853

NA meetings in/near Hertfordshire

St Saviour’s Church
Russell Street
Sunday 7:00 pm

St Paul’s Methodist Church
Turpins Rise
Monday 7:30 pm
Friday 11:00 pm

DENS Emergency Accommodation
Redbourne Road
Hemel Hempstead
Friday 7:00 pm

AA meetings in/near Hertfordshire

Christchurch Baptist Church
110 Parkway
Welwyn Garden City
Saturday 8: 00 pm

Friends Meeting House
109 Handside Lane
Welwyn Garden City
Thursday 8:00 pm

Harpenden Red House
Harpenden Memorial Hospital
Carlton Rd
Friday 7:00 pm

Addiction Counselling in/near Hertfordshire

Talk-in-Herts Counselling services: A group practice based in Welwyn Garden City, comprising a team of four UK licensed therapists who work with individuals and families to help them overcome addiction and reclaim their lives. Services include individual therapy, group work, online mentoring and addiction therapy.

Address: Ludwick Family Club, Hall Grove, Welwyn Garden City Phone no: 07530298388

Local Government Addiction Resources in Hertfordshire

CGL Spectrum, Hertfordshire Drug and Alcohol Services: Spectrum provides drug and alcohol support for adults living in Hertfordshire. They help addicts make sustainable changes that help them quit alcohol or drug abuse. Services include Opiate Substitute treatment, Needle Exchange programme, family and carers support, life skills, detoxification from harmful substances, counselling services and more.

St. Martins House,
14 The Common, Hatfield
Office 01707 256532
Helpline 0800 6523169

How Can I Get To and From Hertfordshire?

If you’re travelling from Luton for rehab, it’s a short 36-minute drive. Take Ayot Green to Marford Road, which links to B653 and A505 in Luton.

There are several buses that commute between London and Hertfordshire daily. You can find buses at St Pancras International, Victoria Station and King’s Cross. You can get around the town using a link of over 100 buses. Routes include Harlow to London Heathrow Airport, Hertford to Waltham Cross and Hertford to Royston.

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