Rehab for Cheshire and Chester
Parkland Place is located just a short 50 minute drive from Chester and the Cheshire area.
Parkland Place provides professional treatment and rehabilitation for people who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction. We are also perfectly equipped to treat counter occurring illnesses such as post-traumatic stress (PTSD), depression, anxiety, behavioural issues connected to addiction and much more.
We provide intensive, residential private rehab and psychotherapy with our team of trained, doctors and full-time consultant psychiatrist.
Alcohol and drug treatments and support options for people in Cheshire
If you think that you have a problem, you should visit your GP for an assessment. A GP can then refer you to Parkland Place privately or using healthcare options. This process can be as fast as 24 hours.
Residential treatment on the NHS
We are able to work closely with patients from Chester and the wider Cheshire area. If you need to access NHS help, then you can visit the Cheshire social services. They can then point you in the right direction for assessment for residential treatment and you can discuss your preference for an NHS referral to Parkland Place for Tier 4 drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment.
We recommend that you begin to attend a local alcoholics anonymous or Narcotics anonymous meeting ASAP. Non-profit organisations such as these will hold regular meetings in your area and the common goal is to stay sober while assisting with other addict’s sobriety. This is an effective support mechanism.
Advice by phone
The team is available to address enquiries you have about alcohol and drug treatment, including the admissions process of funding.
Alcohol and drug abuse in Cheshire
Alcohol and drug abuse in Liverpool, Manchester and Cheshire
Consumption in North West of England is growing year-by-year. It was found in 2012 that the number of men dying from liver disease had risen by 20% since 2005. The liver disease death rate in the region is 42% higher than the national average. This is most commonly caused by alcohol abuse and over-consumption.
Talk to us
Talk to our team at Parkland Place who will be more than happy to discuss admissions options with you