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Residential Addiction Treatment

Routes to Recovery 

Finding the right treatment option can be a daunting prospect. DDN magazine cannot recommend one facility over another, but the one piece of advice we can offer is to contact them directly and talk to the people who work there – many of whom can speak from personal experience.

DDN has published a guide to residential treatment with personal stories and information on different treatment options. Our directory provides a comprehensive list of UK treatment facilities and their contact details. This guide is free for services and DDN does receive payment for referrals. 

Please check out the directory and contact some services, they will be only too happy to help.

 

Rehab Guide Editorials

Residential Drug Treatment – Ongoing support

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Families and friends of those affected by addiction can suffer a great deal of stress, often worrying that they are responsible for the problem and not feeling equipped to react to the situation.

Rehab Guide Spotlights

Bosence farm residential addiction treatment

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At Bosence we offer detox, 12-step based rehab and stabilisation to people aged 18 or over who need drug or alcohol treatment.

Routes to Rehab – the DDN guide to residential addiction treatment is out now and available in print with the April issue of DDN Magazine. You can read it here as a mobile magazine.

If you have any questions about the guide, or would like to request a free copy please contact ian@cjwellings.com

Rehab News

Kenward Trust rises to the challenge 

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Kenward Trust explain how their residential service has responded to the COVID-19 crisis

From DDN Magazine

Height of awareness: peer-to-peer overdose prevention

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Peer-to-peer naloxone initiatives are proving an effective way to tackle overdose risk. Lee Collingham describes how SCUF are grasping the opportunity in Nottingham. Read the...