Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rainford2022-08-09T11:14:28+00:00

Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centres Near Rainford

Drug and alcohol use has increased significantly in the past few years, and it hasn’t been different in Rainford. The movement of drugs and alcohol in this part of the UK has become more frequent, and more men and women have turned to use them. Cocaine, heroin, opium and alcohol have become necessary to deal with life. However, in recent times, many men and women (married and unmarried) are trying to move away from this addiction and are working hard to lead a healthy lifestyle. Rehabilitation centres can be your saviour if you are motivated to regain your usual self. Steps Together Group is among many that have established rehabilitation centres across the country to make your journey to a healthy lifestyle easy and sustaining. We work towards empowering you to become better.

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Why do you need a rehabilitation programme:

Alcohol and drugs are not bodies’ best friends and can lead to several ailments that require close monitoring. Almost every organ can be damaged, and the quality of life you lead can be impacted. If you experience or have been experiencing the following, then it is time that you consider starting a rehabilitation programme:

  • Frequent hospitalisation: If you visit the hospital every week or two, it could be due to alcohol/drugs, and your organs need detoxification.
  • Hepatic diseases: If you are diagnosed with jaundice or liver cirrhosis, your liver is damaged and requires immediate detoxification.
  • Hyperglycemia and hypertension: If your blood glucose levels are always high and your heart rate is usually higher than usual, you need detoxification.
  • Irritability: If you are constantly irritable and feel disconnected from the people and things you love, it could mean your mental health is affected by drugs/alcohol.
  • Anxiety or social issues: If you were a friendly person with no problems like anxiety or depression and suddenly experience signs of the same, it means that your brain is responding negatively to drugs/alcohol.
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Our treatment centre locations

Free alcohol recovery Rainford treatment services

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

Sunday

St Helens Gamble Hall

St Marks Gamble Hall, Bishop Rd WA10 6UP

19.00 – duration 1hr 30mins

Monday

Skelmersdale

Evermoor Hub, 1 Birleywood WN8 9HR

19.15 – duration 1hr 30mins

Wednesday

Liverpool Knowsley Village ‘Bridge to Basics’

St Marys Church (opp Knowsley Village Hall), Tithebarn Rd, Knowsley Village, Prescot L34 0JA

19.30 – duration 1hr 30mins

Friday

St Helens Holy Cross

Holy Cross Church, Corporation St, entrance in Parade St WA10 1EF

19.30 – duration 1hr 30mins

Free drug recovery Rainford treatment services

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

Sunday

Sunday 14:00 Salvation Army Meeting

The Salvation Army 1 Phoenix Brow St Helens Merseyside WA9 1SA

14:00 ~ 15:30

Sunday

Wigan Just For Today

Purposed Life Church Turner Street Wigan Greater Manchester WN1 3SU

18:00 ~ 19:00

Sunday

Sunday St Helen’s

St Marks Church 160 North Road St Helens

Merseyside WA10 2TZ

18:00 ~ 19:30

Monday

Liverpool

Shrewsbury House Youth Club Langrove Street

Liverpool Merseyside L5 3PE

12:00 ~ 13:30

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