Ipswich Drug & Alcohol Rehab Clinics

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Getting Help in Ipswich

If you or someone you love has a problem with alcohol or drugs, help is available – but it is up to you to take the next step.

The next step is making contact with a rehab clinic that can provide the specialist help you need to overcome your addiction. Our rehab clinics in Ipswich offer just that, with a proven track record and world-class medical experts.

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Addiction is a horrible disease. Excessive consumption of alcohol and drugs has devastating consequences on health, and it can rip families apart. The real horror of addiction though is how fast it can spiral out of control. Before you know it, you can lose your job, burn bridges with those you love and end up in hospital seriously ill.

This does not have to be your future – and it is never too late to get help.

When you are ready to take the next step, call the Serenity Centre helpline on 0800 118 2892. We’re here to provide advice and help you get into the right rehab clinic. We offer rapid admission and can arrange private transport.

Why Enter Rehab in Ipswich?

Ipswich is one of England’s oldest towns and it may even be the oldest, with a settlement history dating back to before the Roman empire.

Today, Ipswich is one of England’s finest cultural hubs with a high standard of living. It is home to Christchurch Mansion and Park and the Ipswich Transport Museum. There’s plenty to see and do if you’re willing to explore.

Our rehab centres in Ipswich run weekly excursions to Ipswich’s top sights and you will also have the opportunity to go on daily walks. Our clinics are close to major roads and rail networks, making transport no problem. If you need private transport, we can also arrange this for you, so you get here safely.

Outpatient and inpatient programmes

You could be either an inpatient or an outpatient at our clinics. Whether you need drug rehabilitation in Ipswich or help for alcohol abuse, we have the facilities and staff to help.

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Inpatient rehab

As an inpatient, your detox will be supervised in residential accommodation.

This is the safest place for your detox and it also gives us more time to focus on the behavioural aspects of your addiction.

You will take part in a productive recovery programme that keeps you active and you will have a break away from your normal life.

Outpatient rehab

As an outpatient, you will undergo a home detox.

This involves taking part in a lighter recovery programme. Depending on your needs, you may or may not need therapy.

For alcohol and street drug addictions, we always recommend inpatient rehab because it significantly reduces the risk of relapse. Outpatient rehab is only recommended for low risk patients.

For personalised advice about your situation, call us on 0800 118 2892. We’ll take the time to discuss your options with you.   

Unique facilities and staff

Our rehab centres are staffed by BACP accredited nurses and experienced support workers who provide the highest standards of care.

Your therapy will be overseen by our clinical psychologist and consultant psychiatrist with counsellors and therapists overseeing talking therapies.

Whether you undergo treatment for alcohol or a prescription drugs, you will receive the same high standard of care.

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Our rehab clinics offer:

  • A free drug assessment
  • Immediate & rapid admission
  • Private transport to our clinics
  • Medicated detoxes
  • Proven therapies
  • Access to 24/7 medical care

We have helped hundreds of people overcome their addiction and we can help you do the very same. Contact us today to get started.

Treatments and services

We offer a variety of treatments and services that are not only designed to treat your addiction, but also get you fit and healthy.

Some of the therapies we use include:

  • Counselling
  • Talking therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Interpersonal psychotherapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

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It is likely your rehab in Ipswich will incorporate more than one type of therapy so we can assess which offers the best results. We will then tweak your programme over time, so you get the best possible results from it.

We also offer access to the following services:

  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Pilates
  • Fitness classes

Our rehab clinics offer a peaceful and relaxing break away from your normal life. We want you to enjoy your rehab in Ipswich, even if the process will not always be easy.

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What Does Rehab Involve?

Entering rehab will be the best decision you ever make.

With the help of your Ipswich rehab clinic, you will follow a recovery programme that is designed to treat your addiction at the source.

Your recovery programme will include:

  • A medicated detox
  • Talking therapy / counselling
  • Behavioural therapy
  • Treatment for linked mental health problems

Our role as your rehab clinic is to make sure your recovery programme addresses your unique circumstances. No two people experience addiction the same, so we will perform a clinical assessment to establish your overall health.


The detox stage of rehab is the most controversial stage, and it’s probably the stage you fear most. A detox requires you to abstain from the substances you are addicted to. Your withdrawal symptoms will be rough, and the process won’t be easy, but we will be there to help you manage your symptoms.

Your detox will be managed with medication and you will also enjoy a productive activity schedule to ease your mind. Your time with us will be enjoyable, even if your detox is hard going. Rest assured we’ll look after you.


While some patients don’t require extensive therapy, some do. The extent and type of therapy you need depends on your circumstances. In any case, it is common to begin your therapy during your detox because the lessons learned in therapy can be useful in managing your withdrawal symptoms.

Proven therapies like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) are likely to be used. Talking therapies and counselling will also be useful if you have deep rooted psychological problems.

Achieving continued abstinence

Your road to recovery will last much longer than your clinical care, with rehab being only the first step in your recovery journey.

Our Ipswich rehab clinics have an excellent track record for helping people achieve continued abstinence through ongoing help and support.

You won’t truly graduate from our care until the 12-month milestone, which is when your addiction will hopefully be under complete control. You will also continue to receive help from your local addiction support group as and when you need it.

If you need alcohol treatment in Ipswich or help with drug addiction, there is no better time than now to seek advice from our friendly team. Call us on 0800 118 2892 for a chat.

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  • Drug home detox
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  • 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 Ipswich, 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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