Alcohol, drugs, prescription drugs or addictive behaviour have become a problem in life. We believe that with the right support anyone can permanently break the addictive cycle.
Our residential treatment programmes address the physical and psychological aspects of addiction. We have a full inpatient detox unit with 24 hour medical provision and a therapy programme like no other.
We’re proud to provide inspiring and effective residential programmes that bring together the latest and the best therapeutic, somatic and healing practices within a welcoming nurturing setting.
Delamere’s programmes are designed and delivered by leading clinicians to achieve lasting results. Designed to help you grow beyond and heal from addiction, our programmes focus on 3 key areas:
Set amidst six acres of attractively landscaped grounds beside Delamere Forest in Cheshire, Delamere is an oasis of peace of quiet
Our aim is to bring about profound personal transformations that last.
From the moment you arrive at Delamere, you will notice the air of positivity which springs from knowing that together we can find the right way forward.
As no two people at Delamere ever come to us with identical addiction problems, so no two people will ever experience identical care and treatment.
Delamere is a detox and therapy retreat in rural Cheshire – a place designed to relax mind and body. Thanks to its tranquil setting and state-of-the-art facilities, Delamere offers participants the opportunity to grow beyond addiction through innovative treatments that encourage profound personal transformation. It’s the only purpose-built private addiction rehab clinic in the UK – a destination where change, growth and healing can be achieved by concentrating on treating the whole person rather than just the immediate problem area or symptom.
We understand that leading a life of addiction is not a deliberate choice but a chronic psychiatric disease, and we employ clinicians, therapists, analysts, psychotherapists and facilitators of the highest calibre to help free you from that illness. Most people stay with us for 28 days; yet longer and shorter placements can be arranged.
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