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Rehab Guide


Qualified first-aider on site
Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
Disabled parking available, restrictions may apply
Baby changing facilities
Wheelchair accessibile venue
On Site Parking
Suitable for an individual with hearing impairment
Suitable for an individual with vision impairment

Rehab Guide is a specialist addiction treatment provider. We help individuals in the London area with free, unbiased advice to find treatment for all types of drug and alcohol and alcohol addiction and related mental health issues.

With historical success in the field of addiction, Rehab Guide is uniquely positioned to offer alcohol and drug detox both:

(i) as a standalone detoxification treatment; and

(ii) as a combined rehabilitation treatment programme

Our accomplished team know the signature of addiction, and many have experience of it in their own lives or those around them.

Every client completing Alcohol or Drug Rehab with Rehab Guide receives the same high levels of personal attention and support through their process.

Almost all staff are actively involved in the community recovery movement in different forms and are ready to help you start you and your family on your recovery journey with Alcohol & Drug Detox.

At Rehab Guide we believe your body is just as important as your mind. For our drug and alcohol detox, we can offer a health and wellbeing programme to run alongside your therapeutic programme at our private rehabilitation centres.  



Who to contact

Contact Name
Brian Adams
Contact Position
Owner
Telephone
 02072052845
E-mail
 info@rehabguide.co.uk
Website
Rehab Guide

Where to go

Name
Rehab Guide
Address
10-11
Moor Street
London
Greater London
Postcode
W1D 5NF

Other Details

Costs

Details
Free Service

Availability

Referral required
No
Other notes

As well as drug and alcohol rehabilitation, we also offer assistance for smoking cessation , gambling addiction and eating disorder treatment.  We also provide treatment services for anxiety and depression, which are both thought to be the most common mental health problems which people suffer from in our modern society today.   We work with private rehabilitation centres, the NHS and charities.

Last Updated 10/03/2020

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