Types of Addiction Treatment

The severity and type of addiction affect the type of substance abuse treatment that’s most appropriate for you. Almost every person with an addiction requires some form of detox to clear alcohol and other drugs from the body. More severe addictions require inpatient or residential treatment. Partial hospitalization provides a moderate level of care, and outpatient treatment provides the lowest level of care.

Detox treatment


Detoxification is usually the first type of substance abuse treatment that a person receives.



Outpatient treatment option. Most people move to outpatient rehab after a stay at an inpatient facility.



Inpatient rehab includes stays at specialized rehab centres, hospitals or residential facilities.



Partial hospitalisation programmes provide a lower level of care than inpatient treatment.


A Continuum of Care

Our primary concern is helping individuals and families heal from the damage caused by alcoholism and addiction. We will guide you into the most effective program to begin the path to lasting recovery.


Recovery Support

Recovery starts here, but it continues in the life that you create for yourself. We understand that it can be challenging to stay healthy on your own. That’s why we are dedicated to being your partner on your personal path to recovery.

Important Covid-19 Update!

Although we have had to adapt many aspects of our service to ensure the safety of our residents and staff team, much of our rehab programme remains the same. We are still taking referrals and are able to admit individuals to our residential programme under specific circumstances.

With the reduction in the national R rate, and given that all our services are currently free of infection amongst staff and patients, we are admitting patients to all of our services and will, therefore, follow our usual referral practice. We remain fully committed to working closely with commissioners in ensuring that potential patients have access to the treatment that they require, as close to home as possible.

To learn more about our current admission process please call or email us.