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Your Bradford Options
Call 0845 370 0203 for advice on the most suitable treatment for yourself, a family member or friend and take the next step to recovery.
There are many affordable types of treatment for alcoholism and other drug addictions available in the Bradford area. Treatment should not be entered into without first discussing a care plan with a qualified advisor. The advisor will then prepare and agree a suitable care plan based upon individual history to maximise success of recovery.
Residential Alcohol Rehab Clinics
The most successful form of recovery will come from completing a treatment program in an rehab clinic
Residential alcohol treatment in Bradford, provides a safe environment in which to receive alcohol or addiction counselling. Bradford alcohol clinics provide counselling which can be delivered in a one to one, group or even a teaching format.
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Alcohol Rehab Help in other locations
Information on alcohol detox & rehab treatment options in other locations which may be of interest to you inlcude -
Local AA Meetings to Bradford
AA meetings are held all across the UK and provide a network of support or a form of self-help for alcoholics. AA meetings are spiritual, not religious, there is no requirement to talk at a meeting and anonymity is protected rigorously. Drop out rates are high, but for those that remain abstinence rates are excellent.
Our latest records show that the following are a list of meetings close to you.
Please always check a meeting is on prior to attending.
|Bradford All Sharing||Friends Meeting House, Russell St, off Melbourne Place, Little Horton Lane.||Wednesday||20|
|Bradford Big Book Study||Friends Meeting House, Russell St.||Tuesday||20|
|Bradford: Speaker||Friends Meeting House, Russell St, (off Trinity Rd)||Friday||20|
|Bradford Lunch||St Clement's Church, Barkerend Rd||Sunday||13|
|Dewsbury 12 Step||Elim Church, Daisy Hill||Saturday||20|
Further Information About Treatment Programmes in Bradford
If you live in Bradford it is possible to access help for your addiction. If you are physically addicted to alcohol then it is very likely that you require a detox. There is a treatment centre located within close proximity of Bradford which offers a 1 week medicated detox. This allows you to detox safely from the alcohol after being assessed by a doctor. This particular centre has 24 hour nursing care, so you will have ongoing support throughout your detox, no matter the time of day. A longer programme is always recommended so that you can begin to address the psychological aspects of your addiction. A minimum of a 4 week programme is recommended which ensures you detox safely from the alcohol, and then you will be able to start one to one counselling and group therapy. Group therapy allows you to communicate with your peers, and help each other through the programme. The one to one counselling allows you to speak confidentially with your counsellor, exploring the underlying causes of your addiction. Once you have completed your detox, you will be asked to take part in a rota where you will help to tidy the dining room, lounge, etc. This is to help you to return to a routine, preparing you for when you return home. Having a structured routine in place will help to prevent situations that may cause you to relapse and will instead help to maintain your ongoing recovery. Please get in contact so that a treatment administrator at Triage Healthcare can discuss this further and answer any questions that you may have.
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