Residential Rehab for Addictions
Drug addiction, alcohol abuse, gambling, eating, gaming, co-dependency - at Western Counselling we recognise these addictions and behaviours as issues that need treatment. Our 12 Step residential treatment programme that can include detoxification, is challenging and structured and gives you the best possible chance of achieving and sustaining long-term recovery.
For 30years, since 1983, thousands of private and funded male and female clients and their families have chosen Western Counselling to treat their addiction issues, for its strict and challenging programme - because it works.
If you are actively using drugs and/or alcohol, are gambling, gaming, engaged in an eating disoreder and are ready to focus on recovery we are committed to help. Whether you are seeking addiction treatment yourself or for a family member, rehabilitation is provided in a safe, secure, supportive environment. Every stage of recovery is focused on the individual and personal needs are met with a tailored treatment programme. Our counsellors have a wide breadth of experience and knowledge between them, with many in recovery from addiction themselves. They will support your recovery through a prescribed detoxification programme, group therapy, one to one counselling and workshops, combined with holistic therapies and a programme of life and social skills, voluntary work and training opportunities.
Located in the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare in Somerset, Western Counselling is a residential treatment centre providing detoxification, rehabilitation and extended care for those suffering from drug and/or alcohol use, gambling, food disorders and co-dependency with additional free aftercare for ex-clients in recovery. Registered with CQC (Care Quality Commission) for male and female clients aged 17-64, Western Counselling is an active member of UKRG - United Kingdom Recovery Group and compliant with North Somerset Accreditation scheme.
Our accommodation properties are registered separately with CQC please see our most recent reports November 2012 - regarding Meijer http://www.cqc.org.uk/directory/1-117146364 St Davids http://www.cqc.org.uk/directory/1-117146384 and Clarence Park Lodge http://www.cqc.org.uk/directory/1-117146402