Derby Alcohol & Drug Rehab

All of us here at StepsTogether Rehab understand that it takes a great deal of strength to reach out for help with drug or alcohol addiction. We are here to provide the dedicated support needed to guide you or your loved one through the rehabilitation progress, and provide you or them with the skills needed to overcome addiction.

At our Nottingham facility, we welcome patients from a wide surrounding area, and many of our patients travel from Derby to receive treatment. We take a holistic approach to rehabilitation, and our caring staff are expertly trained to help you or your loved one throughout the treatment process.

Call us for a free consultation on our 24/7 helpline, and discover how we can work with you or your loved one make a fresh start without drugs or alcohol.

Why Steps Together Rehab?

At StepsTogether Rehab, we believe that every patient is different, so we create rehabilitation programmes that are tailored to individual needs. This way, each patient receives the right combination of therapies for them.

With the guidance of our specialist staff, you or your loved one will learn the skills and tools needed to beat addiction and live a fulfilling life.

Our facilities have been designed with our patients’ needs in mind, and promote health and wellness. Alongside their therapy sessions, we also encourage our patients to take part in other activities, such as swimming and exercising at our gym.

We have created safe and comfortable spaces that allow patients to relax and recover in a tranquil environment. If you or your loved one will be travelling from Derby or the surrounding area, we offer clean and modern accommodation for our patients.

The addiction recovery process

The recovery process can start with a simple phone call, where a compassionate member of staff will be available to listen to you or your loved one without judgement. They will be able to provide advice and encouragement, and talk you through the next steps of the rehabilitation process.


If you are seeking help on behalf of a loved one, our specialist team will be able to set up a non-confrontational intervention to try and encourage them to seek professional help.

We understand that approaching a loved one about addiction can be difficult, but we are here to help. Through an intervention, we can show your loved one how their addiction is negatively affecting them and the people who care about them.


After you or your loved one has made the decision to undergo addiction treatment with us, it will begin with a detox process. This is an essential step as it cleanses the body of drugs or alcohol, leaving patients ready to progress to the next stages of recovery.

Although there may be some discomfort during this short period, our expert staff will provide around the clock supervision to ensure the process goes safely and smoothly.


Once the detox is complete, patients can begin attending therapy sessions. We combine a number of effective therapies, organised into either one-to-one or group sessions, to give you or your loved one the chance to build a network of continued support.

Each session is led by a professional therapist or counsellor, who will ensure each meeting is a safe space for patients to share experiences, thoughts and feelings. There will also be focused sessions that aim to teach you or your loved one ways in which addiction can be controlled successfully.


At Bank House, our Nottingham facility, we treat many patients who have chosen to travel from Derby and the surrounding area. One of these patients, Gill G., speaks of their time at StepsTogether Rehab.

“The routine for groups/presentations is well structured to keep the mind active all day and spending time in the lounge with peers chatting about both issues and everyday things is therapeutic in itself.” They said of their time spent with us.

“Recreational activities such as walks, gym, swimming and bowling are encouraged, getting out for fresh air and exercise is always a benefit. The rooms are always kept clean and tidy and the food is tasty and substantial.”

“I will be leaving Bank House with a new strength and a confident attitude towards staying sober!”


At StepsTogether Rehab, we understand that recovering from an addiction is an ongoing process. This is why, after you or your loved one has completed treatment at our facility, we recommend attending a local support group in the Lincoln area.

Alcoholics Anonymous Derby meetings:

Here at StepsTogether Rehab, we understand that the recovery process does not end when you leave our facility. When you or your loved one has completed treatment with us, we encourage attending a support group in your local Derby area.

Living Sober Tuesday
Sisters of Mercy, 11 Bridge Gate
Time: 18:00

Living Sober Friday

Sisters of Mercy, 11 Bridge Gate
Time: 18:00

Saturday Meeting
Convent Of Mercy, 11 Bridge Gate
Time: 17:30

Living Sober Sunday
Sisters of Mercy, 11 Bridge Gate
Time: 18:00

Big Book Wednesday
Friends Meeting House, St Helens St
Time: 19:30

Monday Meeting
St Chad’s Centre, 1 St Chad’s Rd
Time: 19:30

All meeting days, times and venues were correct at time of publication. For a full list of meetings in the Derby area, please visit the alcoholics anonymous website.

Narcotics Anonymous Derby meetings:

Shares, Steps, Traditions & JFT Sunday
The Convent of Mercy, 11 Bridge Gate
Time: 19:30

Just For Today Tuesday
Friends Meeting House, St. Helen’s Street
Time: 19:30

Wednesday Meeting
St. Andrews House, London Road
Time: 19:30

Thursday Meeting
Baptist Church, Osmaston Road
Time: 20:30

Friday Meeting
St Osmund’s Church, London Road
Time: 19:30

Saturday Meeting
English Martyrs Church Hall, 16 Hollis Street
Time: 19:15

All meeting days, times and venues were correct at time of publication. For a full list of meetings in the Derby area, please visit the Narcotic Anonymous website.

Get Help For Yourself Or A Loved One

We understand that facing a drug or alcohol addiction can seem overwhelming, but at StepsTogether Rehab, we ensure that no one has to face the battle against addiction alone.

Discover how we can help you or a loved one overcome addiction. Contact us by calling our 24/7 helpline on 0330 175 7031 to arrange a consultation, or fill out or contact form, and find out how you or your loved one can begin the journey to recovery.

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