Lincolnshire is a non-metropolitan county located in East Central England. It borders the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north, South Yorkshire to the north west, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire to the west, Rutland to the South West, Cambridgeshire to the south and Norfolk to the south east. If you live in or nearby Lincolnshire, you have little to worry about, as there are a number of options within and around the county.
Addiction treatment options are varied in terms of the approach adopted, the cost and the type of addiction being treated, amongst other variables. For instance, there are facilities that offer inpatient treatment and others which provide outpatient treatment. While there may be similarities in the way treatment is administered, there are nevertheless some basic differences. For instance, while an inpatient programme will most likely combine therapy and detox, an outpatient programme might only include detox.
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Located in Luton, Liberty House is a private detoxification facility, where residents of Lincolnshire can benefit from top quality addiction treatment. We understand that there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to addiction treatment. Therefore, we offer different therapy types in order to ensure we can devise a combination that works for you.
Therapy types available at our facility include:
Our facility is approximately 87 miles from Lincolnshire via Peterborough and Bedford or approximately 107 miles via Corby, Kettering and Milton Keynes. Furthermore, we can bring you to Liberty House and take you right back, using our sober transportation.
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• 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
Detox and rehab starts from £834 to £2,750 per week depending on treatment length and clinic chosen
The NHS offers free outpatient treatment. This can be accessed via your GP, who may refer you to your local NHS-affiliated facility. Also, the NHS may provide funding for inpatient rehab if your case requires it. However, waiting lists are often excruciatingly long due to the limited funds and a high demand for these services. Therefore, other options can be considered besides the NHS, including Addaction, which is a charity.
Lincolnshire has a number of addiction support groups. Among the more well-known options are 12-step groups, based on the model pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Such groups include Narcotics Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous, which are comprised of individuals who have come together to help one another overcome the common problem of addiction and achieve the mutual goal of attaining long-term abstinence.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit organisation comprising various individuals from different walks of life, who are in recovery from narcotics addiction.
It is a programme that promotes complete abstinence from all drugs and there are regular meetings in and around Lincolnshire which anyone in recovery can attend.
St Anne’s Church
Harrowby Road, Grantham,
Meeting Format: ‘Open to all’ on request
Tuesday 7:30 pm
5 St Ann’s Fort,
King’s Lynn, Norfolk
Tuesday 6:15 pm
102-104 Bridge Street,
Saturday 7:30 pm
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a non-profit organisation comprising various individuals from different walks of life, who are in recovery from alcoholism.
It is a programme that promotes complete abstinence from alcohol and there are regular meetings in and around Lincolnshire which anyone in recovery can attend.
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Zion Methodist Church,
The Children’s Centre,
Grammar School Rd
St Andrews Methodist Church Hall,
Free addiction counselling is available across Lincolnshire via the charity organisation, Addaction. Young people and adults (as well as their families) can benefit from treatment, support and confidential advice provided by this service.
The Lincolnshire County Council website is a good resource for finding addiction treatment options nearby, including those provided by government and charities. Another good source of information is the NHS Choices website.
Lincolnshire is roughly 116 miles from London and 88 miles from Luton. If you’re travelling by road to the Addaction centre next to Grafton House (home of Lincoln Labour Club), the journey should take about three hours and fifteen minutes if you take the A1(M) and A1.
The centre is opposite Alive Church and the closest car park is in Lucy Tower Street. For refreshments, neighbouring eateries include Nando’s Lincolnshire, The Little Lincoln Café, Pomodoro E Basilico and The Mad Turk.