Residential Addiction Treatment

Routes to Recovery 

Finding the right treatment option can be a daunting prospect. We hope this guide will showcase services available for residential addiction treatment, and help to guide you through the process and understand what to expect when entering an intensive treatment programme.

DDN magazine cannot recommend one facility over another, but the one piece of advice we can offer is to contact them directly and talk to the people who work there – many of whom can speak from personal experience. They will be more than willing to answer any questions you may have, and will help you make the best decision for you.

Rehab Guide Editorials

Residential Drug Treatment – Routes to funding

UK residents can apply through the NHS for community-based and private rehab. Alternatively, if you have the funds available or have private health insurance, you can access treatment privately.

Rehab Guide Spotlights

Phoenix Futures residential drug treatment

This year we celebrate 50 years of life-changing work, marking this milestone offered us the opportunity to reflect on the impact that Phoenix has had on thousands of people’s lives.

Routes to Rehab – the DDN guide to residential addiction treatment is out now and available in print with the April issue of DDN Magazine. You can read it here as a mobile magazine.

If you have any questions about the guide, or would like to request a free copy please contact 

Rehab News

Broadreach House announces closure

Broadreach House in Plymouth closes due to lack of funding. The facility had launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £250,000, but had fallen short of the amount needed. 

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A fighting chance

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