Are you having trouble with alcohol or drug addiction? If you live in Surrey, professional help is close by and easily accessible. Several qualified addiction treatment centres are available throughout Surrey, including in Guildford and Woking. Ours is close by and we can help you or your loved one make a full recovery from addiction and achieve long-term abstinence. Our addiction clinic specialises in treating a wide variety of addictions, such as those for prescription medication, alcohol, and illegal drugs. Our services are available to men and women of all ages, as well as children who are victims of substance abuse.
Our private rehab centre is located in a serene location that provides patients with the perfect conditions to stay focused on recovery, whilst protecting them from the stressors and triggers that typically influence them to abuse drugs. You’ll undergo a course of treatment that’s tailored to treat your unique addiction and its effects on your mental and physical health. Our individualised approach to addiction treatment trumps a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach, as it cares for all aspects of your addiction and guarantees a comprehensive recovery.
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Liberty House is 49 miles from Surrey by road (60 mins) via the M25, going through Chertsey, Egham, and Uxbridge. For your convenience, we can provide a sober transport arrangement between our facility and your Surrey home.
• 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
NHS Addiction Treatment options are accessible to all residents of Surrey and are completely free of charge. On the downside, accessing and receiving NHS addiction treatment can take a considerable amount of time. This is because there is usually a waiting list for those seeking NHS addiction treatment. The length of the waiting list will depend on the demand for NHS addiction treatment in your area at that time. Seeking addiction treatment via the NHS also means you won’t have access to a personal therapist and you might not be referred to a residential rehab facility for treatment. There’s a high chance you’ll have to visit numerous addiction clinics for different components of your treatment. Simply put, the quality of your addiction treatment is completely out of your hands and determined solely by the NHS.
There are a number of addiction support groups in Surrey to explore on your path to addiction recovery. Some of your options in and around the county include:
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit society that helps individuals battling with addiction to a range of narcotics. This programme promotes complete abstinence from all drugs and there are regular meetings in and around Surrey:
There are also AA meetings around Surrey that you can use to your advantage.
Addiction counselling to help with your recovery is available throughout Surrey. Popular options include:
Surrey-i portal was developed by the Surrey Strategic Partnership and delivered by Surrey County Council. It is Surrey’s local information system and contains information concerning substance abuse across the county, as well as available addiction help centres in the area.
Located in the South East of England, Surrey has excellent and easily accessible travel options. This includes road, air, and water.
Bus and rail networks across the county are convenient and offer regular, widespread services. Surrey also has two international airports close by – Heathrow Airport to the north and Gatwick Airport to the east. Both are located at Surrey’s boundaries and offer a range of local and international air connections.
The M4, M25 and M23 are easily accessible and can get you to Surrey. If travelling to Liberty House Clinic in Luton, the M25 is your fastest option. To get there, simply get on the M25 in Chertsey from the A320. Follow the M1 and take exit 10, then proceed on New Airport Way/A1081, Vauxhall Way/A505 and A5228 until you arrive at Old Bedford Rd in Luton.
There is a wide railway network across Surrey, covering Redhill, Guildford, Reigate, and Dorking. There are also direct rail links to Gatwick Airport.