Alcohol Treatment at Abbeycare
Abbeycare is a residential alcohol treatment centre operating from three UK locations. With rehab clinics in Dalry, near Glasgow in Scotland, and Newmarket, near London, we treat people suffering with alcoholism and the problems associated with alcohol dependence and alcohol abuse and have a 92% successful treatment through recovery rate.
Rapid Detox - Rapid Recovery
Abbeycare is the only private alcohol treatment centre in the United Kingdom to have a dedicated residential rehab that deals exclusively with alcohol problems. It is open to anybody aged 18 or older who is looking to stop drinking alcohol for good.
At Abbeycare, we offer an alcohol rehabilitation programme (rehab) using best practice and proven techniques. Rehab for alcoholics, designed to help you get to grips with the physical, psychological and emotional implications of your alcohol problem.
At Abbeycare, you will get the support you need to recover from alcohol dependence. You will also learn about making the big changes – in your lifestyle and in your thinking about life – that will let you maintain your recovery.
Abbeycare’s small size means clients receive the best acute addictions help and alcohol detox available.
You do not have to drink – ever again.
Abbeycare has the UK’s only rehab clinic that deals SPECIFICALLY and EXCLUSIVELY with alcohol dependence and alcohol difficulties.
We work solely and uniquely with people with alcohol difficulties as evidence has shown that we have a better chance of recovery if we work in a group of people with the same symptoms and who are also ready to seek solutions.
Finance options and payment plans now available
Selecting a rehab
When choosing a rehab, whether you are looking for an alcohol detox, short or long-term effective addiction treatment, there are many things you should take into consideration. See very important points to consider when selecting rehab and what to beware when selecting rehab.
Abbeycare proudly supports the work of the Alliance for Addiction Solutions.