Wiltshire Drug & Alcohol Rehab Clinics

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Finding Rehab in Wiltshire

Those who become addicted to alcohol or drugs quickly find that their addiction rules their life. Sadly, by this time it is too late to stop. The result is a downward spiral that is impossible to break free from without help.

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We are here to provide that help. Our rehab clinics in Wiltshire are equipped with the experience and understanding to treat your addiction, so you can overcome it and go on to lead a healthy and happy addiction-free life.

Our aim is to help you overcome the physical side of your addiction and resolve the habits, behaviours and triggers that lead you to alcohol or drugs.

You can get started with a call to the Serenity Centre helpline on 0800 118 2892. We will take the time to listen to your story and provide personalised advice. All advice is free and confidential – we’re here to help when you’re ready.

Why Choose Rehab in Wiltshire?

Wiltshire is affectionately referred to as the ‘timeless county’ by locals for its beautiful countryside, monuments and architecture.

From Lacock Abbey and Avebury Manor to the mysterious Avebury Stone Circle, there’s so much to see and do that entering rehab here is a bit of a no brainer, and especially so if you plan to go on the excursions we set up. 

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Our rehab centres in Wiltshire are beautifully located in the countryside with their own private grounds for you to enjoy.

During the later stages of your recovery, you will have the opportunity to see Wiltshire in all its glory on daily walking and cycling sessions. We also host weekly excursions to places like Avebury Stone Circle to bring freedom to your recovery.

Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab Programmes

You can undergo a recovery programme as an inpatient or outpatient.

Inpatient rehab

Inpatients enjoy a break away from their normal social surroundings with luxury accommodation in the countryside. They also undergo a detox in the safest environment and receive a more intensive level of therapy.

Outpatient rehab

Outpatients undergo a home detox and need to perform self-care or be cared for by a loved one. This is not a particularly safe environment for detoxing, but it is a cheaper form of rehab for low risk patients.

Which is right for me?

We only recommend outpatient rehab when there is a low risk of relapse and if the patient is of sound health. For drug and alcohol rehabilitation, we always recommend inpatient care because it consistently delivers the best results.

To find out which type of rehab is best for you, please call us on 0800 118 2892 and one of our helpful people will discuss this with you.

Unique Facilities and Staff

When you stay with us you won’t have to worry about anything other than completing your recovery programme. Your meals, washing and ironing will be done for you and we will organise your daily schedule for you.

During the day, our Wiltshire rehab clinics are staffed by BACP accredited nurses and experienced support workers. You will be extremely well cared for and have the freedom to explore our beautiful grounds in the countryside.

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Our world-class medical team includes:

  • A GP
  • Clinical psychologist
  • Therapists
  • Counsellors
  • BACP accredited nurses

We also offer access to personal trainers and sports therapists, who can work with you during your rehabilitation to improve your fitness and health, to get you ready for the outside world.

Treatments and Services

The foundation of all recovery programmes looks like this:

  • Medicated detox
  • Behavioural therapy
  • Mental health counselling
  • Ongoing help and support
  • Family support (if appropriate)

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However, the nuances of your recovery programme will be unique to you. You may receive different treatments to others. The most important thing is that your programme addresses all aspects of your addiction.

Our clinics also offer additional therapies, such as:

  • Aromatherapy
  • Sound therapy
  • Sleep therapy
  • Physiotherapy (if you have ailments)

Our aim with your rehab is to make sure you leave our care healthier than when you arrived with your addiction under control.

What Does Rehab Involve?

Rehab involves undergoing a detox and receiving therapy to resolve the physical and behavioural sides of your addiction.

The process isn’t easy, but it is manageable. We will be with you every step of the way to make sure you take control of your addiction.

Entering rehab

The first step to entering rehab is choosing a rehab clinic. We can recommend the best clinics based on your circumstances.

Once you have chosen a clinic, you will attend a clinical assessment. The findings will be used to create your recovery programme.


Detoxing involves abstaining from the substances you are addicted to. Your detox will be managed with medication and our nurses will be with you 24/7 to help you control your withdrawal symptoms properly.

Your detox will last anywhere from two weeks to one month. After you graduate from clinical care, you will stay on withdrawal medication for a short while. Over several months, you will be weaned off medication until you are clean.

The detoxing process is the same for a street drugs, alcohol or prescription drugs. Some substances just take longer to clear the system.

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You will begin your therapy during your detox. The lessons you learn in therapy will be helpful in controlling your withdrawal symptoms. They will also help change your mindset and win the mental battle.

The two most common behavioural therapies in rehab are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).

These therapies are useful for treating addiction because they are practical. They will help you control your urges and make better decisions in the future. You will also receive therapy to resolve any other mental health issues you face.

Continued abstinence

As we mentioned previously, after you graduate from your rehab, you will stay on withdrawal medication for a short while. You may also continue with therapy to give you the best chance of maintaining your abstinence.

To find out more about drug and alcohol treatment in Wiltshire, speak with our experts by calling 0800 118 2892. We’ll take time to discuss the process with you and help you choose a rehab clinic that provides the care you need.

Rehab Clinic Wiltshire

Serenity Addiction Centres

East Knoyle, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP3 6BE, UK

Telephone: 0800 118 2892

Serenity Addiction Centres

Clouds House, East Knoyle, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 6BE, UK

Telephone: 0800 118 2892

Serenity Addiction Centres

6 High Street, Highworth, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN6 7AG, UK

Telephone: 0800 118 2892

We have rehab clinic locations throughout Wiltshire including in Salisbury and nearby counties of Dorset.

  • Alcohol detox
  • Drug home detox
  • Alcohol rehab
  • Drug detox
  • Drug home detox
  • Drug rehab
  • Eating disorder treatment
  • Process disorder treatment
  • Counselling services
  • Intervention
  • Aftercare

Our team has members that are recovering addicts themselves or have experienced a loved one with an addiction. This helps us have the best understanding of your condition, and create tailor-fitted treatment programme to ensure the success of your recovery from addiction.

Listen to the stories of our beloved clients.

We have the best rehab centres all across the UK. If you prefer another location than Wiltshire, click here to locate the best location for you or your loved ones. Otherwise, feel free to call us at 0800 118 2892.

The best way to get started is to give us a call at 0800 118 2892 for free advice and assessment. Let us help you or your loved one figure out the best treatment plan for your addiction so you can get started on your journey to recovery.

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