About Our Flagship Gloucestershire & South West Centre
Set in the beautiful grounds of Hygrove House in Gloucestershire, the Abbeycare The Hygrove experience provides the ability to reconnect and renew. It offers the ultimate opportunity for lasting life-changes for individuals and families alike.
Abbeycare The Hygrove accommodates up to 31 members in either one of 26 standard ensuite rooms or one of 5 large executive suites with larger beds, luxury bathrooms and panoramic views of the Gloucestershire countryside. As well high-quality therapies, Abbeycare The Hygrove also offer various lifestyle services designed to try and match the specific needs of each member.
There are large communal lounges and conservatory spaces, a jacuzzi hot tub and infra-red saunas, 45 acres of land complete with an orchard and lake, gym facilities and high quality fresh nutritious daily menus to suit all dietary requirements. At Abbeycare The Hygrove, our specialist multi-disciplinary team, led by the manager Stuart Croft, support their members through the recovery process with first class outcomes.
With a highly successful and proven therapeutic programme, tailored recovery care plans, continuous included aftercare and that little bit of luxury, Abbeycare The Hygrove is the perfect setting to begin your recovery journey.
Rehab Gloucester Program
Beyond the stunning surroundings, your experience at Abbeycare Hygrove Gloucester focuses on your needs, in order to foster true long term recovery.
We’ve helped hundreds overcome addiction, and whether you’re seeking treatment for alcohol or drugs – or something else – we’ll help you:
- Complete a full and comfortable detox
- Make sense of how events led to alcohol or drug addiction in your life
- Address the underlying issues behind addiction in rehab, like beliefs, values, or behavioural patterns.
- Build a robust aftercare plan, to avoid the mistakes of the past, and move forward in life with confidence
Typical Day In Rehab
After breakfast, a typical day’s schedule in our Gloucester clinic could see you enjoying meditation, uncovering personal insights in therapy, or making plans to regain structure in life, via aftercare support.
The Hygrove Gloucestershire program is balanced, and structured. So, after the days work, perhaps you’ll be present at peer group meetings, enjoying holistic therapies, or simply socialising with other clients.
Detox, Rehab, Aftercare
With your personally assigned case manager in the clinic, together you’ll map out an individually tailored care plan, to help you move through detox, to therapy, aftercare, and beyond.
Wherever possible, we’ll personalise this to your needs, your progress in the clinic, and the areas of life which presented as most challenging, before treatment.
Are you ready to grow beyond addiction? At Abbeycare we have an established recovery program, that works.
We understand the signature of addiction, and the impact not only on your life, but on those around you.
Our Gloucester rehab therapists are ready to help you discover the triggers, conditionings, and associations paired up with your addiction, and what to do about them.
We can help you understand why addiction is in your life…what purpose it’s serving, and how to recover from it. You’ll identify and learn from the situations of the past, so that the future is brighter.
Holistic therapies and physical fitness are often an important part of the journey, helping maintain balance and equilibrium, as you continue to learn about yourself, and grow beyond addiction.
The Abbeycare Hygrove Gloucestershire Team Are Ready:
- Our medical team are ready to help you detox, comfortably, and safely
- Our clinic & therapeutic rehab team are ready to help you understand, forgive, and overcome
- Your case manager is ready to help you regain structure in life…and lay out a road map for the future.
Are you ready to move beyond alcohol or drug addiction?
Why Choose Abbeycare
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Meet Our Hygrove Team
Paul was appointed in September 2018 and combined the role with that of Chief Executive of The Hygrove’s sister company, Abbeycare Scotland – a role which he has held since October 2015.
Paul was previously the Director of a specialist care company providing residential accommodation and 24-hour support for people with complex mental health needs.
Highly motivated with demonstrable experience, skills, knowledge and determination essential for managing highest of standards, probity, openness and transparency.
Paul was also recently appointed as a trustee of Faces and Voices of Recovery UK, a national charity made up of individuals in recovery, their friends and families and community recovery organisations. FAVOR UK is a public and professional movement that is intent on challenging the stigma surrounding addiction.
Liam is Operations Director of the Abbeycare Group and is instrumental in developing our addictions treatment services in both our Scotland and Gloucester clinics. In his role Liam ensures clinical governance and regulatory compliance across Abbeycare Group.
Liam is a Postgraduate in Drug and Alcohol Studies (Glasgow University) and has also completed his Registered Managers Award.
Liam is also a qualified CBT therapist with almost twenty years’ experience at a supervisory and management level within mental health and addiction services.
Liam also recently completed a three year term as a board member of the Scottish Recovery Consortium, a recovery-orientated charity that aims to build and promote recovery from addictions in Scotland using means and messages that are consistent with the values and practices of recovery from addictions.
Stuart was appointed the Registered Manager of The Hygrove in 2017 and oversees the running of the cliical and therapeutic programmes.
With 20 years in senior leadership roles across the Health and Social Care sector, Stuart has gained extensive experience in the treatment of addictions with some of the UK’s largest Charities. He is an accredited practitioner with the Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals and has a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Health and Social Care.
Stuart also qualified with the British Mindfulness Institute and is a graduate of the ECEtt, European Exchange of Expertise programme in Prague. He has completed CPD courses with Yale University and Université de Genève, and has published two books; the first on recovery and the second on mindfulness.
Pete has been a on the GPhC register for 29 years. He is an Experienced Advanced Clinical Practitioner.
As well as being the Clinical Lead for The Hygrove, Pete works as the Clinical Lead Currently Pete works as the Clinical Lead in Alcohol and Substance Use in Worcestershire. Also he works in Out of Hours as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner and is on the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur’s Programme.
Pete Lecturers at Aston University to the 4th Year Pharmacy Undergraduate students on Alcohol and Substance Misuse and has also taught on the Masters Advanced Clinical Practitioner Course at the University of Birmingham on the Leadership module.
He has also just co-written a chapter on Alcohol Related Liver Disease in the new Drugs in Use 6th Edition by Pharmaceutical Press to be published in 2021
Dr Ali Ajaz
Ali is a Consultant Psychiatrist based in London. He graduated from King’s College London in 2005 and has over 15 years of working in the range of mental health settings within the NHS and independent sectors.
Ali has a keen interest in medical education and research, holding a Senior Clinical Lecturer role at Queen Mary University London, where he is also undertaking a research degree.
Ali has worked with individuals from all backgrounds to overcome addictions over the course of his career to date, has published work for the Royal College of Psychiatrists and spoken internationally in the field of addictions. Given the high level of psychiatric co-morbidity, he is an expert in treating both mental illness and substance misuse.
He prides himself in taking a person-centred, compassionate and solutions-based approach to his clinical work.
Regulation and Inspection Information
The Hygrove is registered with the Care Quality Commission, the independent regulator of health and social care in England. We are registered to provide care and support for up to 31 people over the age of 18 who are experiencing alcohol/substance misuse difficulties.
The CQC are committed to carrying out inspections of regulated care services to provide members of the public with greater reassurance that we are inspecting on outcomes for people in services that are operating as they usually would.
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