West Sussex is a county located in southern England. It borders the English Channel to the south, Surrey to the north, Hampshire to the west, and East Sussex to the east. If you live within the county or in any of the adjoining areas, you are in luck, because you are not too far away from quality addiction treatment and rehab. Whether you are looking for free options to help get you started on the path to recovery, or are in need of a holistic private rehab programme, you can be assured that you’ll find nothing less than the best.
Addiction is a chronic disease that gets worse over time, so, it is crucial that you or your loved one gets treatment for addiction as soon as possible, in order to stop the disease in its tracks. It is never too late to get treatment, and neither is it ever too early. The moment you begin to suspect that you, or a loved one, might have an addiction, you should begin to seek help immediately.
Liberty House is a rehab facility located in Luton, just under 90 miles from West Sussex. We provide a sober transport service that can pick you up from West Sussex and take you to our facility and back, once treatment has been completed.
Liberty House Clinic rehab facility comes with all the advantages you can expect from private rehab, including:
• 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
Residents of West Sussex have access to NHS treatment options, as well as other free treatment options available in the county. The options available are either facilitated by the local government or provided by charities. One of these is The Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Network, which is aimed at providing support to all residents of the county who are affected by alcohol and/or drugs.
West Sussex has a good selection of support groups that you, or your loved one, can benefit from. Among the more popular ones are Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, all of which are based on the 12-step model pioneered by AA. Each of these groups has meetings held in and around West Sussex.
12-step programmes are not the only option available. You might want to try SMART Recovery, which is based on a science-focused approach to helping people take charge of their own recovery from any kind of addiction. SMART is an acronym for ‘Self-Management and Recovery Training’.
Christ Church, Portland Road, Worthing, Sussex.
Coffee Shop, St Symphorian’s Church, New Road, Durrington, Worthing, West Sussex.
Step Meeting, The Vicarage, Wilbury Road, Hove, Sussex.
108 London Road, Bognor Regis, Sussex.
Burgess Hill Daily Reflections
St Andrews Church, Cants Lane.
Cowfold Big Book Study
Cowfold Village Hall
Crawley Big Book Beginners
St Albans Church Hall, Gossops Drive.
East Grinstead Step & Traditio
St Mary’s Church Hall,
The West Sussex Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Network (DAWN)
0300 303 8677
08457 90 90 90
FREEPOST RSRB-KKBY-CYJK, Chris, PO Box 90 90, Stirling, FK8 2SA.
The West Sussex Connect to Support website has great resources, and provides information on, and links to, support services available in the county. Among the services you’ll find there is the Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Network (DAWN). The NHS Choices website is also an excellent resource for finding useful resources and information.
Think Drink Drugs is a resource where you can find the latest information about Sussex and Kent drug and alcohol facts, as well as support services. You can also find useful information on the British Liver Trust website, a charity that promotes research and education regarding liver health. Yet another useful resource is Alcohol Concern, which is the national agency on all matters relating to alcohol misuse.
If you set out from the train station at Horsham in West Sussex, you can get to the Luton railway station in approximately two hours and 45 minutes, not too far away from the University of Bedfordshire. From the station to our facility is only a 7-minute drive via New Bedford Road.
If you are returning to West Sussex by road, you should spend about two hours on the road via the M25 and the A24. If you take the M25 alone, you’ll pass by Dunsfold Aerodrome and Fishers Farm Park, both to the right.