A Guide To Alcohol And Drug Rehab Treatment In Kent

Addiction is a chronic mental health illness that affects how your brain functions. The influence of drugs in your body has a negative impact on your life. There are many people in Kent struggling with addictions to opioids, inhalants, heroin, cocaine, meth and new psychoactive substances. This also includes behavioural addictions such as those to gambling, gaming, sex and food. If you or your loved one are struggling with addiction, it’s important to seek professional help. There are free and paid resources in Kent that can help you overcome this disease. Every time you take more drugs, you increase the risk of permanent damage, as well as an overdose. The NHS, local charities and private rehab centres offer support to help anyone living in Kent access treatment and learn coping skills to achieve long-term abstinence from drugs.

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  • (Next to No 11) Brewer St, Side entrance, under Zest Cafe., ME14 1RU
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  • Tudor Room, The Friars, Aylesford Priory ME20 7BX
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  • Friends Meeting House, Northgate, opp Corn Exchange. ME1 1LS
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  • United Reform Church, Clover St. ME4 4DT
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  • Honeybees Rm, Room 3, The Sunlight Centre, Richmond Rd, ME7 1LX
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  • Church Hall, St Nicholas Church, High St, ME2 4TR
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  • Christ Church United Reformed Church, High St. TN9 1SG
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  • Church House, St Dunstan's Church, Stone St, TN17 3HA
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  • Salvation Army Annexe, Whitehorse Lane, CT1 2RU
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  • 10 Chelmar Rd, Chatham ME4 4PB
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    • Outpatient
    • Support
    • One to One
    • Outpatient
    • Outpatient Option
  • Fant Oast Upper Fant Road Maidstone ME16 8DE
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    • One to One
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    • Free Service
  • The Bridge Trust17A Quarry Hill RoadTonbridgeKentTN9 2RN
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  • Cheriton Baptist Church 2 Quested Road Cheriton, Folkestone CT19 4BY
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  • Christchurch Tonbridge (Angel Lane entrance) Tonbridge TN9 1SG
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  • St. Simons Hall (rear entrance) Brookfield Road Ashford TN23 4EU
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  • Swain Vestry St Nicholas Church High Street, Strood ME2 4TR
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  • Trinity Foyer 20 Church Street Maidstone, Kent ME14 1LY
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  • 15a-16 New Road Avenue, Chatham, Kent ME4 6BA
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    • Outpatient
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  • CGL Gravesend 8 – 9 Berkley crescent Gravesend DA12 2AH
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  • Mill House, Mill Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 6XH
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  • Currently moving offices
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  • 160 St JamesÍ Road Tunbridge Wells Kent, TN1 2HE
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  • 14-18 Goods Station Road Tunbridge Wells TN1 2BL
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    • Counselling
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  • Transport House Drum Lane Ashford TN23 1LQ
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  • 39 – 41 Wincheap Canterbury Kent CT1 3RX
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  • Maybrook House Queens Gardens Dover CT17 9AH
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  • 6-8 Park Road Sittingbourne Kent ME10 1DR
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  • Mill Lane House Mill Lane Margate CT9 1LB
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  • Hermitage Lane Maidstone Kent ME16 9QQ
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  • The Salvation Army 50 Green Street Gillingham ME7 1XA
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  • First Church of Christ Scientist Vinters Road Maidstone ME14 5DX
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  • 2nd Floor Turning Point 346A High Street Chatham, ME4 4NP
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  • Christ Church United Reformed Church High Street Tonbridge TN9 1SG
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  • Holy Family Church Palmer Avenue Gravesend DA12 5NQ
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  • Sevenoaks Community Centre Cramptons Road Sevenoaks TN14 5DN
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  • RAPT/Forward Trust 4 Park Road Sittingbourne ME10 1DR
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  • The Courtyard, Pudding Lane, Maidstone ME14 1PA
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    • One to One
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    • Eating Disorder
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  • The Counselling Centre, St Georges Centre, 7 Chilston Road, Tunbridge Wells. Kent. TN4 9LP
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    • One to One
  • Anchorage House 44-67 High Street Chatham ME4 4LE
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  • First Floor, 55 Green Street Gillingham ME7 1AE
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  • 346a High Street Chatham ME4 4NP
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  • Kennington Road, Willesborough, Ashford, TN24 0LZ
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  • Unit H Jubilee Way Faversham ME13 8GD
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Private Rehab

Private rehab centres are a self-funded drug and alcohol facilities that offer detox and rehabilitation to residents of Kent. Detox is the process of removing harmful substances from your body, under the supervision of medical professionals. The goal of rehabilitation is to identify all triggers that led to your initial substance abuse, motivate you to change and teach you coping skills for navigating triggers.

Detox and rehab clinics have a higher success rate than NHS treatment. They take in fewer patients and provide adequate staff to ensure each patient has access to treatment and support when they need it.

Rehabilitation centres are recommended for drug and alcohol users who are experiencing mental health issues, poor physical health, long-term addicts, dual diagnosis patients, and individuals who have tried to quit in the past but failed. To find out more about detox and rehab, give us a call and we’ll discuss your options.

Pros And Cons Of Private Rehab

Same day intake: A great feature of private rehabs in Kent is immediate access to treatment. You could make arrangements for treatment and arrive at the rehab centre on the same day to begin that treatment.

Privacy: Rehab centres in Kent are secluded from the rest of the community. Security is top-notch, to ensure only approved personnel are allowed into the facility. Your details are sealed off to the media and non-medical personnel.

Comprehensive treatment: A cornerstone of private rehabs is the comprehensive treatment every patient receives. Treatment begins with an assessment to determine the quantity of drugs in your system, and to design a detox and recovery plan suited to you.

Round the clock support: You’re always surrounded by medical support teams. You have access to medical care and support when you need it, reducing the occurrence of a medical emergency.

Peer support: A motivational boost at a rehab centre is the chance to build relationships with other addicts in recovery. The support you receive from them motivates you to achieve your recovery goals.

Aftercare support: A benefit of private rehabs is the access to thorough aftercare support, to help you maintain sobriety post-rehab.

Cons

  • Rehab is not cheap
  • Difficulty adjusting to a structured environment

What Does Rehab Cost?

When considering treatment options, do not be scared away by the high cost of treatment. Consider that there are many benefits that far outweigh the cons. After all, you can never put a price on your health. Therefore, getting treatment is the best investment you’ll ever make.
Many insurers in Kent cover a partial cost of addiction treatment, which includes the cost of detox and basic therapy. Standard rehab centres cost from £1,000 to £1,500 per week. Notably, some rehab centres charge more when treatment includes detox. Executive rehab centres in Kent are more expensive and can cost up to £5k per week.

NHS Addiction Treatment Options

The NHS is the largest public health service in the world, catering to the needs of millions of people throughout the UK. Many of their services are geared towards individuals living in rural areas, less affluent people, rough sleepers, individuals at risk of losing their homes, children, young people, as well as families affected by addiction. In Kent, the NHS offer services such as free and confidential advice, group therapy, community drug/alcohol detox, referral to specialist agencies and counselling services.

Pros And Cons Of NHS Treatment

Pros

Wider access: As a government-funded programme, the NHS can reach more people than a private rehab. They operate from hubs, and offer outreach and drop-in services to ensure every resident of Kent can access drug and alcohol treatment.

Practical support: Most of the individuals who provide services are volunteers who’ve had a personal experience with addiction. They offer support to find housing, clear your debt, and access education, training, and employment.

Free treatment: There is no cost when accessing NHS treatment. If you need inpatient detox and rehabilitation, they refer you to a charity or specialist service working in partnership with the local council.

Cons

  • Lack of funding
  • No privacy
  • Group detox that doesn’t include an individualised treatment plan
  • Outdated facilities and techniques

Addiction Support Groups

Addiction is isolating, and a support group is a way to feel connected to other people experiencing similar problems. Groups in Kent are either open or closed, but the goal is to help members maintain abstinence by sharing experiences, support, and motivating each other. There are groups for addicts, families, carers, and others affected by addiction.

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Addiction Support Groups

What Is NA?

Narcotic Anonymous (NA) is an addiction support group, developed as an offshoot of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1953. The programme is open to all residents of Kent who have a problem with substance abuse and want to recover. They ascribe healing to a higher power, but are not affiliated with any religion. Meeting locations near Kent include Tonbridge, Gillingham, Sevenoaks and Whitstable.

What Is AA?

Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who have an addiction to alcohol. Meetings are open to anyone who wants to overcome their addiction. Members share their experiences and provide support to help each other. Meeting locations near Kent include Ditton, Twydall, Marden, Rochester, Newington and Maidstone.

Types Of Counselling

One-to-One This is the most commonly known type of therapy. It involves a counselling session between therapist and patient in the same room. It may be held in an office, coffee shop, garden or any place where the patient feels most comfortable. Face-to-face therapy includes techniques such as motivational interviewing, simple yet effective QnA or unloading where the client releases whats been on there mind causing anxiety, fear, sadness etc… before the therapist interprets this and helps the client to uncover the root issue.

Online This includes all counselling services provided through the internet. It includes sessions via emails, Skype, and support group chat rooms such as SMART Recovery online support groups. It is easy, convenient, and promotes anonymity.

Group Involves a number of people struggling with similar issues coming together to discuss these issues openly, and in the presence of a certified counsellor. Through this process, each participant gains a deeper insight into their addiction, while providing support to others in the group at the same time.

How Can I Get To Kent?

If you’re visiting from London, there are trains from Victoria Station to Gillingham every day. Travel time is 1 hour, 11minutes and tickets cost £16. Gatwick International Airport is a 30-minute drive from Kent’s western borders. Kent also has an extensive rail network to London, along with the coast and other parts of the UK. The county is connected to motorways from Junction 5 of the M25 and A21, leading to Hastings.

For low-cost travel around Kent, try Stagecoach or Arriva. Stagecoach operates mainly in the south and eastern parts of the county, running to Canterbury, Ashford, Faversham and Whitstable. Meanwhile, Arriva covers Maidstone, Tonbridge, Medway, Gravesend and the Isle of Sheppey. Southeastern is the only rail provider in Kent. It runs services to over 180 stations, linking to Folkestone, Margate, Canterbury, Broadstairs and Dover.

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