Alcohol Rehab Centres In Anglesey

We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab near Anglesey


Many people are unable to admit they have a drug and alcohol addiction. If you have done so, that is a massive step in the right direction.

Acceptance is just the beginning of a long journey. To help on the next stage, Rehab Clinics Group can provide you with a safe place to get professional help – giving you access to varied treatment options supplied by our dedicated staff.

To start the admissions process all you need to do is ring us. The process is simple. We can have you in one of our centres within days of your initial enquiry. If you are interested in treatment for someone else, we have several referral services including alcohol interventions, employer referrals and family support.


Where Can I Go to Rehab in Anglesey?

Your first instinct when wanting to deal with your drug addiction and alcohol problems may be to find a treatment centre in Anglesey. To find out the best options locally you should first go to your GP. They can give you vital advice on dealing with your addiction and provide information on NHS treatment options and local organisations.

Getting treatment via the NHS usually means a long waiting list and getting only outpatient treatment. If your addiction is more severe then you may need to look at inpatient treatment, otherwise known as residential rehab.

While there are many useful resources close to you, sometimes it is better to look farther afield when considering drug and alcohol rehab.


Benefits of Staying in a Residential Rehab

Residential rehab is when you stay at a facility for a short amount of time. This provides you with the chance to undergo intensive treatment in a safe environment.

With this method of rehab, you have the opportunity to get away from the environment where your addiction grew. You will also have access to a range of treatments, such as medically assisted detoxification and well-being therapies, that you may not get elsewhere.

At residential rehab, you will be cared for by expert professionals and undergo a treatment programme that is especially catered towards you. Considering all this, residential rehab is the most effective rehabilitation pathway. It should be seriously considered if you have a severe addiction.


How Much Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cost?

On average, private drug and alcohol rehab costs around £3000 – £5000 a week in the United Kingdom. Cheaper options can be found if you attend outpatient treatment and more expensive clinics can set you back up to £10,000 a week.

With us, the cost is generally around £3000 per week depending on the rehab centre you choose to go to.

If you are worried about the cost then payment options can be discussed when you speak to our admissions team. It’s important though to see rehab as an important investment that hopefully is something you only do once.



Are you suffering from Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Rehab Clinics Group is a leading UK-based expert in alcohol rehabilitation treatment. Find out how we can help by contacting our friendly team today. Call our confidential helpline on 0800 470 0382 or request a callback by clicking on the button below.

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How Long Does Rehab Last?

We recommended completing a minimum 28-day programme at an alcohol and drug rehab centre. This gives you enough time to complete a thorough detox programme that gets you clean. You will also learn more about the causes of your addiction this time and learn enough coping techniques and skills to function sober in the outside world.

Of course, you can stay as long as you want as long as you pay. Some people require longer stays, but it depends on the severity of their addiction and many other factors.


Detox and Therapy Treatments

Treatment centres under the Rehab Clinics Group umbrella all strive to provide a comprehensive programme that deals with all aspects of your addiction. Any treatment plan you undergo is catered towards you specifically.

First, you will take part in an alcohol detox or drug detox programme. To help ease any uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms you will be administered medication. This process will last for around a week, and our care and medical staff will monitor you. During this time, you will also be encouraged to eat well, with nutritious meals provided by our on-site chef.

After detox, you will engage in our range of therapies. Psychological therapies and group sessions will help you in examining your addiction causes and learn coping techniques to help you in the future.

These treatments can be complemented by our well-being therapies. As part of our holistic approach to addiction treatment, you can take part in activities such as yoga, reflexology and music therapy. These forms of treatment aid in boosting your mental health and putting you in a better frame of mind that is more receptive to recovery.


Life After Rehab

As you come to the end of your stay at rehab, you may think the journey is over. Whilst getting clean is a huge step in your journey, there still is a long way to go. The risk of relapse is much greater in those initial months after leaving treatment, so you mustn’t get complacent.

With this information about relapses occurring mostly soon after rehab, you may begin to feel overwhelmed and worried about what the future holds. We at Rehab Clinics Group understand this, which is why we offer a FREE 12-month aftercare package. This is created by our aftercare specialists during your time with us, tailored to your situation.

We hope that you will follow your aftercare plan that can act as a roadmap in your first year of sobriety. Aftercare gives you access to our monthly support group where you can meet with fellow people in recovery. These support meetings provide you with the opportunity to hone your coping techniques and build a support network that may last for many years.

We consider Aftercare an important cog in relapse prevention. If you want to achieve your long-term recovery goals then you should engage seriously in aftercare and be vigilant in attending meetings.


Contact Us Today

If you are ready to begin your rehabilitation then get in touch with Rehab Clinics Group today. By attending treatment at one of our centres you will gain access to expert care and industry-leading therapies, all in a safe and private space. Contact us today by calling 0800 470 0382 or text HELP to 83222, and you’ll get straight through to a member of our team.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Do I Prepare To Go To Rehab?

    In terms of preparation for rehab, the main thing that you need to be is ready to make serious changes to your lifestyle, thought patterns, and behaviour. The willingness to commit to recovery and give yourself over to the positive changes that specialist therapists can bring about is key to a successful stay at rehab. When it comes to your physical preparation, there is little that needs to be done as the facility’s detox clinic will get you in the best physical state for your recovery. We do not advise detoxing at home prior to arrival as this is extremely dangerous.
  • What are the options for therapy?

    As covered above, there are many different types of therapy that you can experience which will help you in your journey of overcoming an addictive disorder. There are both physical and psychological treatments which you may benefit from — as addiction does not exclusively attack either your body or your mind. The blend of physical and psychological therapies that our referrals will see you benefit from mean you will experience a wide array of therapy types to better combat your addictive disorder.
  • What is the difference between a substance or behavioural addiction?

    Substance addiction is being addicted to something like drugs or alcohol, stuff that you can put into your body to change the chemistry of it and change your outlook. Behavioural addiction is centred around being addicted to certain activities. These things can be gambling, sex, playing video games. Substance addiction can cause more physical problems as you are putting toxins into your body whereas behavioural addiction affects your brain and emotions but can lead to physical issues such as self-harming and suicide. Both are dangerous but equally beatable.