Rehab FAQs

Starting your rehab journey can feel daunting. That's why Which Rehab have answered any common questions you may have to bring you a step further in your decision to contact us...

Drug Rehab

Where are there drug rehabs in the UK?

There are a number of drug rehabs throughout the UK. Some rehabs are near main cities like London and Birmingham, and some are in more rural locations.

How much does drug rehab cost?

The price for drug rehab varies throughout the UK depending on the location and the facility itself.

Is drug detox painful?

Drug detox can be uncomfortable, and it is not advisable to quit using without professional help. There are a number of medications which can be given to help with the withdrawal symptoms, but it is not advisable to do this without the help of a medical professional. A lot of people decide to detox in a residential rehab where they can receive ongoing support and professional help.

Man in need of rehab from drug addiction

Rehab - General FAQs

What types of rehab are there?

A private residential rehab clinic might be of benefit to you. In mild cases of addiction, you could get detox and rehab help online, and you could even be treated as an outpatient, receiving treatment outside of office hours through therapies and workshops.

How long will you be in rehab for?

It's simply down to you, you choose! Try a week programme, stay for 2 weeks or take a 28-day programme in full time rehab. If you are an outpatient, you may be in rehab for up to 3 months. Contact us today for a tailored programme to suit you.

Can you get help on behalf of someone else?

Of course! We never refuse anyone. You can stage an intervention for your husband, wife, daughter, son, or friend all through Which Rehab.

What types of addiction can I get rehab for?

Which Rehab will help you find suitable therapy for any addiction you may have, including Xanax, cannabis, heroin, painkillers, meth, narcotics, opioids, alcohol and more...

Will rehab help with my mental health?

Addiction related anxiety will be assisted by rehab treatment. Which Rehab dig deep into your behavioural addiction problems through the best fit therapy for you. We help you gain a stronger resilience for future relapse.

Alcohol Rehab

Is alcohol rehab expensive?

The cost of alcohol rehab in the UK costs anything between £1500 a week to £4000 a week depending on the facility and the location.

How much does alcohol detox cost?

A residential alcohol detox costs anything between £1500- £4000 a week depending on each individual rehab.

Is alcohol detox uncomfortable?

Alcohol detox can be both uncomfortable and dangerous. You should never just stop drinking on your own as it can result in seizures. The safest way to detox from alcohol is in a rehab facility where you will be monitored 24 hours a day by a medical professional.

What happens in alcohol rehab?

The first part of alcohol rehab is usually the detoxification process. This involves taking medication to manage any withdrawal symptoms. The second part of alcohol rehab usually involves therapy where you begin to gain some tools to be live life alcohol free.

Does Alcohol rehab work?

The success of alcohol rehab depends mostly on the individual’s motivation to change. Change usually takes place when the person drinking alcohol asks for help and admits they have a problem. Once the individual has acknowledged this they stand a good chance of recovery

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Birmingham & London

Covering all of the West Midlands including addiction help in:

Birmingham
Coventry
Wolverhampton
Solihull
Sutton Coldfield
Dudley
West Bromwich
Walsall
Stourbridge
Halesowen

Willenhall
Kingswinford
Smethwick
Bloxwich
Tipton
Aldridge
Rowley Regis
Brierley Hill
Sedgley
Bilston

Wednesfield
Oldbury
Sandwell
Coseley
Brownhills
Wednesbury
West Bromwich East
Darlaston
Balsall Common
Blackheath

DRUG & ALCOHOL REHAB HELPLINE 0800 170 7000

Free Addiction Rehab Support Services In West Midlands

Free NHS, Charity & Addiction Support Services in Birmingham and the West Midlands:

Help is also offered by numerous organisations including the NHS, Social Work Services, Charity Rehabs and public/private partnerships, as well as group support organisations such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous and family support groups too.

 

As General Practitioners (GPs) are not specialist addiction treatment doctors, most GPs refer individuals to local specialist NHS services, commonly called Local Alcohol and Drug Partnerships (ADP) or Community Addiction Teams (CAT) . These offer great services, but similar to most other NHS services, they can be under financial pressure as well as lengthy waiting times.

Addiction Rehab Support Services In The West Midlands

Listed below are FREE addiction services in the West Midlands. We keep this list up-to-date as often as we can but Which Rehab are not responsible for external websites, telephone services or addiction advice. Call us if you need urgent help with addiction.

 

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger from alcohol or drugs, we always recommend calling 999 for emergency services.

Wolverhampton Substance Misuse Service
Adults: 0300 200 2400
Young people: 0300 123 3360
5-9 Pitt Street
Wolverhampton
WV3 0NF

 

‘The Way’ Youth Zone (Young people)
Tel: Young people: 0300 123 3360
School Street
Wolverhampton
WV3 0NR

Drug and Alcohol Service – Birmingham
Tel:0121 227 5890
Office 1, Patrick Drive
Shady Lane
Great Barr
B44 9ER

Cgl – Atlantic Recovery Centre Dudley
Tel: 01384 426 120
Atlantic House
Dudley Road
Dudley
West Midlands
DY9 8EL

 

IRIS Sandwell
Tel: 0121 553 1333
Alberta Building
128B Oldbury Road
Smethwick
West Midlands
B66 1JE

Recovery Near You
Tel:0300 200 2400
1 Connaught Road
Wolverhampton
WV1 4SJ

Solihull Integrated Addiction Service – South
Tel: 0121 301 4141
Lower Ground Floor, The Core
Homer Road
Solihull
West Midlands
B91 3RG

Solihull Integrated Addiction Service – North
Tel: 0121 301 4141
Middlewood House
15 Larch Croft
Chelmsley Wood
West Midlands
B37 7UR

Priory Hospital Woodbourne
Tel: 0121 434 4343
21 Woodbourne Road
Edgbaston
Birmingham
West Midlands
B17 8BY

Alcohol Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings Birmingham

Birmingham AA Meetings by day of the Week

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

Website: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk | Telephone: 0800 9177 650

Smart Recovery

SMART Meetings Birmingham

Self Management And Recovery Training Meetings in Birmingham

UK SMART Recovery (UKSR) is a registered charity which promotes choice in recovery through a national network of mutual-aid meetings and online training programmes with comprehensive teaching materials and manuals. Our Programme teaches rational, easy to learn and self-empowering skills to help participants abstain from any addictive behaviour and to develop a lifestyle that supports sustained recovery.

Website: www.smartrecovery.org.uk// | Telephone: 0330 053 6022

CONFIDENTIAL BIRMINGHAM DETOX & REHAB ADVICE HELPLINE 0800 170 7000