Addiction is a chronic mental condition that must be addressed as soon as it surfaces. If you leave it unchecked, addiction only worsens over time and can lead to even more problems for you and your loved ones. You don’t have to look too far for treatment options, as there are many in Oxfordshire, ranging from free services funded by the government to affordable and premium private rehabs, offering superb service.
As a resident of Oxfordshire (or any of the surrounding areas), you can access a fairly wide range of addiction treatment services. There are a number of private rehabs and addiction counsellors scattered across the county. You can also find some charities and non-profit organisations that provide much-needed addiction treatment support services at no cost at all.
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Liberty House Clinic is only 63 miles away from Oxfordshire. We understand that an addiction can easily spiral out of control – especially if you and those around you don’t recognise the signs. You might even be afraid of the stigma attached to addiction and other drug or alcohol related issues.
Addiction professionals in Liberty House Clinic are not here to judge, but to help you overcome a problem they themselves have experienced first-hand. Don’t let the fear of stigmatisation stop you from seeking the treatment you deserve. Get in touch with us right away. We provide transport from Oxfordshire to Luton and back.
• 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 might not be able to provide funding for private treatment- even if you are eligible. Regardless, this could be your only option if you can’t afford private treatment. The NHS also makes provision for free outpatient services and works in partnership with other local organisations to bring much-needed addiction treatment services and support to those who need them.
In order to access the services, you might want to visit your GP for an assessment. They can then refer you to a local community service, best suited to handle your case. Amongst the more commonly known charities and non-profit organisations are 12-step groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous. Such groups hold regular meetings across the country. They are free to attend and open to all who need support.
Support groups can help you make new friends and form meaningful relationships with people who have been through a similar experience to you. It can do wonders for the healing process and help keep you on track. Perhaps the most popular support groups in Oxfordshire are those like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Drug Addicts Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous, which follow the 12-step approach pioneered by AA.
NA meetings are support group meetings organised by members of Narcotics Anonymous – a 12-step group comprising individuals who come together to help one another ‘stay clean’. All meetings are free to attend.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a non-profit organisation that pioneered the 12-step approach adopted by other support groups, such as Cocaine Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Like Narcotics Anonymous, the organisation has meetings across different locations in Oxfordshire, where men and women who have been struggling with alcoholism come together to help and support one another in their quest to maintain sobriety.
Whether you need addiction counselling to complement your outpatient detox programme or are in need of aftercare counselling services, Oxfordshire has a number of good options you should explore. Some of them include:
Jubilee House, 5510 John Smith Drive, Oxford, OX4 2LH
Drug addiction treatment centre in Oxford
Building B, Kirtlington Business Centre,
Kirtlington, Kidlington, OX5 3JA
Alcoholism Treatment Programme
The Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team or DAAT website is a great resource for finding vital information about local government efforts concerning drug and alcohol addiction.
From inpatient rehab to peer support, you’ll find just about any information in which you might be interested.
Click here to find out more about their treatment services.
The hour and a half journey from London Kings Cross to Bicester Village station costs about £30. Trains to Reading West station take 20 minutes less time and cost roughly £23. From Reading West, you can get to IRiS Reading Drug Addiction Treatment Centre in five minutes via the A329.
If you’d prefer to drive from London to the Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team, you can expect to spend about one hour and 45 minutes on the road if you take the M40. Follow the M40 until you get on the A40 in Oxfordshire, then continue to the rehab centre.