Even though Northamptonshire is a mostly rural county, the area has seen a rise in substance abuse and addiction cases in recent years. This includes addiction to illegal substances, as well as legal ones such as prescription medication and alcohol. If you, or someone close to you, is battling with substance abuse or addiction, the good news is that professional help is available in various parts of Northamptonshire, including Silverstone, Corby, and Rushden.
To get on the fast track to a full recovery from addiction, private rehabs, such as ours, are the best choice. This is because you can easily get access to professional care in private rehab, to treat not just the physical aspects of your addiction, but also its behavioural and psychological aspects.
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Liberty House is a fully equipped rehab facility, located in Luton. We offer impressive addiction treatment services to all who need it. Some of the addictions we specialise in treating include Alcohol Addiction, Benzodiazepine Addiction, Cannabis Addiction, Cocaine Addiction, Codeine Addiction, and addiction to illegal drugs.
With LHC you can expect the following:
By road, Liberty House is about 41 miles from Northamptonshire. It is a 57-minute drive via the M1, going through Hardingstone, Newport Pagnell, and Toddington. For your convenience, we can provide a sober transport arrangement to and from our facility, from your home in Northamptonshire.
• 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
For people in Northamptonshire who cannot afford addiction treatment in a private rehab, there is the viable alternative of NHS addiction treatment options. NHS addiction treatment options are completely free of charge, and can be accessed in your local community, regardless of if you’re living in Wellingborough, Kettering, or any other part of Northamptonshire.
Anyone can take advantage of NHS addiction treatment through a referral from your GP. Typical NHS addiction treatment includes Counselling, Local Drug and Alcohol Services, and care from the Local Mental Health Team.
However, keep in mind that there will likely be a waiting list before you can access NHS addiction treatment. The length of the waiting list will depend on the demand for addiction treatment in your area at the time. Also, you really can’t choose the quality of addiction treatment received through the NHS, as the care provider will be decided solely at the discretion of the NHS
Addiction support groups can be a huge help when looking to successfully beat addiction. Fortunately, there are a number of facilities around Northamptonshire that provide these groups in different parts of the county.
Liberty House Clinic is a private rehab where you can receive comprehensive addiction treatment to help you beat various types of addiction
Aquarius Northamptonshire provides telephone support to people affected by the addiction of others
Family Support Link helps by supporting the carers and families of drug and alcohol abusers
Solve it VSA helps with issues related to solvent abuse
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 Northamptonshire which anyone in recovery can attend.
Daventry Just For Today
United Reform Church, Foundry Place, Daventry, Northamptonshire
Thursdays at 7:30 pm
How It Works And Why
Church of Christ, Greenhill Rise, Corby,
Sundays at 6:00 pm
Issues For Women In Recovery
Anchor House, 6-7 Regents Square, Sheep Street,
Sundays at 5:00 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 Northamptonshire which anyone in recovery can attend.
Wellingborough: Share Monday
All Hallows Church, Market Sq
Time: Mondays at 8.00 pm
St Lawrence Church School Rooms,
Time: Tuesdays at 8.00 pm
Daventry Tradition 5 Big Book Study
The Old School Caretakers House,
18a Benbow Close
Time: Sundays at 6.00 pm
Regardless of if you are living in Daventry, Northampton, or any other part of Northamptonshire, there are a number of close addiction support groups you can visit for treatment. Some popular ones in the area include:
Aquarius Northamptonshire, Northampton, 0300 456 4292
Bridge Substance Misuse Programme, Northampton, 01604 621259
The Bridge, Wellingborough, 01933 228453
Travelling to and from Northamptonshire is easy, thanks to its convenient public transport, as well as friendly roads for car owners. This makes movement to and from AA and NA meetings in the area simple. There are a variety of paths you can take from Northamptonshire to Liberty House Clinic.
Northamptonshire’s road infrastructure is impressive, connecting various main towns within and around the county. Its principle roads include the A43, A45, A5, A14, A508, A6, A428, A508, and the A605
If driving to Liberty House in Luton from Northamptonshire, the fastest route is via the M1. Simply proceed on the M1 from A5076 to Lumbertubs Way/A43 and the A45. Then follow the M1 to Dunstable Rd/A505 in Luton. From the M1, use exit 11 and proceed on Dunstable Rd/A505. Take Waller Ave to Leagrave Rd/B579 and follow Montrose Ave to Liberty House on Old Bedford Rd.
Because of its central location in the UK, Northamptonshire enjoys solid rail links to the North of the UK, London, and other areas like Nottingham, Leicester, and beyond.
London Midland runs services to Milton Keynes, Northampton, and Long Buckby.
East Midland Trains run services to Market Harborough, Corby, Kettering, and Wellingborough.
For high speed links, Virgin Trains can take you to Northampton, Rugby, and Milton Keynes.