Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to typical questions you may have

Rehab is a place where you can explore the reasons why you have had challenges with addiction. Looking at relapse prevention, triggers, life skills through one to one, group work, social skills and recovery studies. This gives the opportunity to reintegrate back to society with clear goals and experiences.

Yes, you can generally in threes this is to support each other and when further independence is appropriate then going out on ones own is arranged.

This is a procedure to support someone to stop their physical addiction which is monitored through a professional team. This is managed individually and each person will have their own plan.

Assessment can take generally no more than an hour on the phone, skype or facetime. If you chooses to visit then the opportunity to attend group, take tour of the house, lunch and meet the other clients is on offer. This can take half a day and there is no charge for this service.

This can have physical as well as psychological affects. It can affect someone’s mental health as well as have long lasting physical consequences for example liver damage, diabetes.

This is something that is part of rehabilitation and independence, the group put together a menu that suits everyone and individual needs are taken into consideration. The house cooks together and eats together building strong values and communication.

Addiction is when a person has the inability to manage a circumstance being either drugs, alcohol, food and function within the norms of society. When one is not enough and the motives for using, buying, working become obsessive or a negative coping strategy from past experiences.

Yes, these are available both locally and once monthly at the rehab.

Yes we are regulated and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and we are rated: Good

Your clothes for the seasons you are intending on coming for including sports kit, trainers and bed wear. Toiletries. A months supply of your medications. Cigarettes/Tobacco. Money. Mobile phones are not used in the rehabilitation centre but we can store it safely. You can use your IPad and laptop at certain times(downstairs.)

We treatment match based on the needs of the individual. We recommend 12 weeks as a general guide.

We accept payment by cash, cheque, bank transfer and all major credit/debit cards. If you are funded by a community service, they will pay us directly.

Yes, these are available both locally and once monthly at the rehab

We welcome all family and safe friends to visit. This is arranged through the team. We encourage daily contact with children, which is separate from the general calls allowance. This can be done through face time, Skype and or phone.