CALL US FOR DRUG & ALCOHOL REHAB NEWCASTLE 0800 170 7000
Do you live amongst the hustle and bustle of Newcastle? Are you or someone you care about struggling with the signs of addiction? Are you an addict and want to banish your addictive traits? If so, it sounds like you need Drug & Alcohol rehab in Newcastle with the help of Which Rehab
Call our FREE confidential helpline on 0800 170 7000
Which Rehab will offer you the best CQC-approved clinical and therapeutic therapy to treat your addiction. We make sure all plans are personalised as we understand that everyone is an individual case and what works for some might not be for you. Which Rehab are specialists in experience to conquer addiction, with us you will find the best alcohol or drug detox services to meet your requirements.
Drug & Alcohol Detox Newcastle
Are you ready to tackle your addiction head-on? As challenging as it may seem, we are here with you every step of the way. Our highly experienced medical professionals and psychiatric specialists carry out intensive assessments for each individual to establish any past associations with addiction and medical history. This enables our experts to then proceed with detoxification successfully.
More than just drug & alcohol rehab Newcastle…
We pride ourselves at Which Rehab in carrying out constant attention and care. We believe that to succeed in the full banishment of addiction, you need to be monitored after you leave rehab or after detoxification. The worst feeling is loneliness. We want to push our core value of togetherness across drug and alcohol rehab in Newcastle. You are not alone and with our attentive care, you will be in the best hands to get you on the correct road to recovery.
Free addiction Rehab Support services in Newcastle
Numerous organisations provide assistance, such as the NHS, Social Work Services, Charity Rehabs, and public-private partnerships as well as group support organizations like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, and family support groups.
Since General Practitioners (GPs) aren't addiction treatment specialists, they often refer individuals to local specialist NHS services, like Local Alcohol and Drug Partnerships (ADPs) and Community Addiction Teams (CATs). They provide great services, but, like most other NHS services, they suffer from financial constraints and long waiting times.
We have an extensive certified CQC (Care Quality Commission) directory which is a government department of health and social care services in the United Kingdom. The CQC inspects the safety and quality of services to ensure they are compassionate, high quality and safe. We are so proud to host services with the CQC stamp of approval.