Rehab 4 Addiction

Our partner drug and alcohol rehab clinic in Winchester is located approximately 30 minutes from Southampton. There is also a direct train from London Liverpool Street.

The clinic provides detoxification along with primary treatment programmes in a supportive, caring environment. Groups are held in our state-of-the-art treatment facility and the residential accommodation.

The rehab clinic is fully staffed, providing 24-hour cover for everyone that chooses to stay with us.

Using the 12-step recovery programme combined with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), the clinic can offer a number of programmes of differing duration that enable our clients to receive treatment for addictions that is both effective and long-lasting.

Each client will benefit from an assigned counsellor and keyworker throughout their stay, as well as complementary therapies such as auricular acupuncture.

What makes us special?

The 12-Step programme has been a popular programme for people in recovery since 1937. You will meet a host of new people and friends, who understand and share in your struggle with addiction.

You will meet people from 1 day to 40 years clean and sober to help guide you through every step of the way. There are presently over 8000 meetings a week in England Scotland and Wales, to help and support you free of charge when you return home after treatment.

Facilities and accommodation

The clinic uses a holistic approach to the treatment of each individual’s addiction building an individual care plan that addresses the needs of the whole person.

As part of the treatment programme, each client will gain the necessary knowledge to face the cause or causes of their addiction and the necessary skills with which to overcome the addiction and ensure that they do not relapse.

Cognitive behaviour therapy programme gives clients the strength and skills to overcome their addiction and be strong enough to maintain this position after they leave treatment.

Topics covered on the programme include:

  • Causes of addiction
  • Thoughts, feelings and behavioural consequences
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Goal setting
  • Critical life events
  • Relationships
  • Responsible decision making
  • The cycle of substance misuse
  • Life stories
  • Health awareness
  • Living skills
  • Relapse prevention and coping strategies

Our treatment facility is state-of-the-art and provides group and individual counselling rooms as well as a lounge for the clients to relax. All living accommodation is at rehab.

It’s a short walk from the award-winning beach and a short drive from local nature reserves and a peaceful river. The surrounding area also offers deer filled forests and places of natural beauty and interest. The rehab clinic aims to be as relaxing and as comfortable as possible so you can get the most from
your stay with us.

Your evenings and weekends can be taken up with a 12 step meeting, a movie night, a music night or a trip to the cinema. We can also offer bowling, a coffee night with some friends and other positive recreational activities. All accommodation provides 24/7 staff cover to give complete peace of mind to all clients.

Contact us today

Rehab 4 Addiction provides expert addictions advice, care planning, treatment & counselling.

We are here to help – call us today on 0800 140 4690 for confidential advice in Winchester. Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Hampshire, including Southampton, Basingstoke, Portsmouth, Winchester, Andover, Petersfield, Isle Of Wight and Aldershot.

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