Asana Lodge offers drug and alcohol rehab services in the Rotherham area. If you need any help or advice regarding a drug or alcohol addiction, please call us on 01908 489421 and we can help you on the path to a brighter future.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rotherham

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Asana Lodge offer services that range from an initial intervention and an assessment, detox, rehab and a secondary care plan. We are open all year round and are here to help 24 hours a day.

If you are concerned that you have become dependent on drugs or alcohol, please call us today on 01908 489421 and we can assist you straight away.

Every day is of importance when fighting an addiction so please reach out to us for help without delay.

As a private drug and alcohol rehab centre, we don’t need any input from the NHS or a GP and there’s no waiting list for our treatment services.

Please call Asana Lodge today – we’re ready to help you overcome this difficult time, or we can help you to save a loved one or friend from the grips of a drug or alcohol addiction.


Our intervention services in Rotherham

At Asana Lodge, we offer a free intervention service across the Rotherham area. Sadly, you or your loved one may be in denial about this terrible illness despite an addiction causing life to descend into complete anarchy. To help you or your loved one to accept their problems and to come to terms with their addiction, our team of interventionists are here to help.

Most of our intervention work takes place over the telephone, and we use a standard questionnaire as part of an initial assessment in order to determine the extent of the addiction. We will then contact you and determine the next steps.

Private rehab isn’t cheap, but Asana Lodge is fairly priced and with no hidden costs, we’ll work with you to find a treatment programme suitable for your budget.

We ask for a 28-day commitment from you to our residential rehab so we can ensure that you are ready to return to your life in Rotherham free of drugs and alcohol and with a fresh mindset ready for your new start in life.

At this point, you will be admitted to Asana Lodge’s care and undergo a comprehensive examination, where we will perform a full physical and psychological assessment. This allows us to discover the root cause of your addiction, which will also need to be treated.

You will then be ready to undergo detox and a rehab treatment programme as part of an ongoing recovery journey – and we will be with you all the way.


Free Transport To & From Rehab

Best reasons to travel for alcohol and drug rehab:

  • Travelling provides an escape from a potentially toxic environment or people
  • Helps you get away from triggering situations
  • Sobriety can give you a fresh reset in life
  • You may find a new supportive community
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Step 1

Call and speak with a care advocate or a member of our nursing team

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Schedule a pick up time

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Same day discreet pick ups


How does detox work?

When you begin your treatment, you will be assigned a consultant psychiatrist and an addiction key-worker, who will work with you throughout the course of your treatment programme with Asana Lodge.

We will create a personalised plan to ensure we meet your recovery goals – every person is different, and every addiction is different – you will be treated as an individual at every stage of your treatment.

A large part of your treatment will be undergoing a detox. This is in order to rid your body of the harmful toxins that build up because of sustained consumption of drugs or alcohol. Many people attempt a detox of their own accord, but this is unwise and often ends in failure and frustration.

As the body is denied access to the substances it craves, it will react with a series of withdrawal symptoms. Some of these are unpleasant, some are potentially very dangerous, and you will be supervised by our medical team 24 hours a day.

They will also be able to issue you with prescription medication to alleviate any discomfort you are suffering during this undoubtedly difficult part of the treatment.

Your rehab can last from anything between 3 and 16 days depending on the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction.


The benefits of rehab

Once your detox has been successfully completed, you will be able to begin the rest of your treatment. We offer a science-based and holistic approach to your rehab. We will complement more traditional therapy sessions like cognitive behavioural therapy and group therapy with holistic treatments like exercise and yoga, to help improve your physical wellbeing in addition to aiding your mental health.

Your therapy sessions take up a large part of your treatment programme and are essential to your long-term recovery. In one to one sessions, we’ll really get to the bottom of the root cause of your addiction and treating that is essential for successful completion of drug and alcohol treatment.

In group sessions, you will be able to share experiences with other recovering addicts. This might feel embarrassing at first, but group therapy has proven successful to many of our clients.

It allows you to build a support network for when you leave our care and you will gain valuable insight into how other people stave off a relapse.


Secondary care

When you leave Asana Lodge’s care, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive aftercare plan to ensure that you are ready to return to your new life in Rotherham. We’ll signpost mutual support groups in the local area and put in place relapse prevention planning.

The first twelve months after your rehab is when you are most likely to suffer from a relapse, but we will be on hand to ensure you are well prepared for a life without drugs or alcohol.


Call Asana Lodge today

Asana Lodge is ready to help you today. Unlike the NHS, there’s no waiting list for our services. We don’t need a referral from a GP and we offer you complete confidence and discretion.

We will not judge you for your problems and our helpline staff are ready and waiting for your call.

Please call us on 01908 489421 and allow us to help you to make those difficult, brave first steps to a life free of addiction and where you have regained control.