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Your West midlands 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 West midlands 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 West midlands, provides a safe environment in which to receive alcohol or addiction counselling. West midlands alcohol clinics provide counselling which can be delivered in a one to one, group or even a teaching format.
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Local Help in West midlands
For help in the following locations please visit these pages –
Birmingham • Bromsgrove • Dudley • Evesham • Hereford • Herefordshire
Leamington Spa • Ludlow • Midlands • Shrewsbury • Shropshire • Solihull
Stafford • Staffordshire • Stoke on Trent • Stratford Upon Avon • Telford • The Malverns
Warwick • Warwickshire • West Bromwich • Wolverhampton • Worcester • Worcestershire
Local AA Meetings to west midlands
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.
|Dudley Open||Dove House, Bushey Fields Hospital, Russell's Hall.||Saturday||18|
|Smethwick Open||Alberta Building, 128b Oldbury Road, Smethwick.||Wednesday||18|
|Birmingham Perry Barr||St Teresa's RC Church, The Presbytery, Wellington Rd,||Tuesday||20|
|Perry Barr St Theresa's Open||St Theresa's Church, The Presbytery, Wellington Rd||Thursday||20|
|Blackheath/Rowley Regis||The Flame Community Centre, Beeches Rd, Rowley Regis||Thursday||20|
Further Information About Treatment Programmes in West midlands
Treating addiction to alcohol and other substances requires a high level of skill. Alcohol counsellors are trained to provide help for alcoholics by first engaging with the person in a compassionate manner.
Treatment for an addiction to alcohol and addiction help for other substances follows a deliberate process described in The Twelve Core Functions of a Counsellor, not to be confused with the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. These Core Functions start with Screening clients seeking alcohol help, through to treatment planning, addiction counselling and eventually consultation with other addiction professionals.
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