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Drug Rehab Norfolk

Choosing the right drug rehab Norfolk is virtually impossible if you don’t take the time to learn about the different options available. The various centres available for drug rehabilitation in Norfolk employ different therapeutic models and have specific services. There are centres in Gimingham and Norwich, so many Norfolk users will have to travel for treatment. If this isn’t convenient, we offer telephone counselling for a small fee, which entirely removes the cost and inconvenience associated with travelling to counselling. This is suitable for some drug users, but more serious cases will require a physical treatment facility.


Drug Rehab Gimingham, Norfolk


The only drug rehab in Gimingham is a residential treatment centre, offering an ordinarily 10 to 12 week treatment programme (it can be longer or shorter as required) which incorporates one to one and group therapy. They take any patients over the age of 18 who haven’t had a history of violence. They have facilities for detoxification, and the majority of their patients undergo on-site detoxification, lasting between two and 12 weeks as needed. The patients are tagged to ensure the night time curfew is kept and they normally share rooms.


Drug Rehab in Norwich, Norfolk


There are several different facilities for drug rehab in Norwich. One centre helps drug users of any age by providing harm reduction services, structured counselling, help with criminal justice and advice. They have a specialist team to help young people, an arrest referral team, a drug counselling and support team, a housing support team and an outreach team. The drug counselling and support team helps users get clean through use of professional counsellors and a 24 hour helpline.


Another option for drug rehab in Norwich is a community service which covers north and south Norfolk, Norwich and Yarmouth. It is a harm reduction service, which uses things like needle exchange to reduce the risks associated with drug use. They assess patients’ needs and refer them on to other organisations if required. They help any patients between the ages of 16 and 65.


One of the more specialised drug treatment centres in Norwich is a 12-step based residential rehab programme which only works with women. It only focuses on women with serious drug or alcohol problems between the ages of 18 and 55, offering an abstinence-based regime in a small Christian community. A GP is available for inpatient detoxification, which ensures physical safety while users get clean. The full programme ordinarily lasts around six months, incorporating one to one teaching and counselling as well as group sessions. Clients aren’t pressured into making spiritual commitments to any faith.


Another drug rehab in Norwich offers more generalised services to users of any age. They provide advice, harm reduction services, structured counselling, aftercare, community prescribing and help with the criminal justice system. They have a multi-disciplinary staff, and can also assists friends and family members of addicts.


The final option for drug treatment in Norwich specialises in helping the homeless. The service works in hostels, day centres and on the street to help homeless people who have problems with drugs or alcohol. They work on harm reduction principles, and also provide aftercare to ensure a smooth transition into sober life. The centre also operates a supported housing project.


If you’re struggling to choose the right drug rehab in Norfolk, we give free advice to guide you to the best decision. We have a comprehensive knowledge of the different centres available, the treatments they offer and the therapeutic models they employ. Depending on the specific substance you or your loved one is addicted to and their personality, some centres may not be suitable. We find out about your requirements and then explain the options to you in plain English. This service is completely free, do don’t hesitate to pick up the phone. We’re here to help you.