Choices Rehabs

12 Steps

12 Steps

The 12 Steps, is a mechanism that supports you through the process of change into abstinence and is particularly supportive after treatment for sustaining your recovery.

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Aftercare

Aftercare

Create a sustainable recovery with personalised care plans and evidence-based therapy at our rehab centres. Address underlying factors and identify triggers with ongoing support.

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Behavioural

Full detox programmes are available for alcohol addiction and drug addiction. The purpose of the detox is to ensure that you are withdrawn from alcohol or drugs safely and comfortably.

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Detox

Full detox programmes are available for alcohol addiction and drug addiction. The purpose of the detox is to ensure that you are withdrawn from alcohol or drugs safely and comfortably.

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Female Only

Female Only

Sometimes women who have fallen into addiction need a safe space to change and follow a therapeutic programme to start their journey of recovery. If you have children there are services to support you too.

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Mixed

Mixed

Many of the members of Choices offer a mixed rehab setting. Residential programmes are tailored to the individual, including group therapy sessions, one to one addiction counselling therapy weekly with expert counselling teams.

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Non 12 Steps

Non 12 Step

The Choices group offers therapeutic and recovery programmes for residents to take responsibility for emotions/behaviours, address addictions and lifestyles, through group and individual counselling.

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Rehab

Rehab

Get your life back on track with Choices' residential rehab programs. Tailored to your needs, group and one-to-one therapy aims to restore independence and tackle addiction.

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Resettlement

Resettlement

Residents stay up to 2 years, receiving support from Key Worker. They volunteer and engage with community and recovery groups. Daily living skills, training, and agency referrals help them secure drug-free housing.

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Support for Families

Support for Families

Addiction can take hold of someones life that has a ripple affect on families having a great impact on them. The support of family and friends are very important for sustainable recovery from addiction. That support can only work if family and friends feel well informed about addiction and are involved in the recovery process. 

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