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Outcomes. Why We Exist

Our purpose is to achieve the best possible outcomes for guests who come to stay with us.

Since we opened to guests in March 2020, we’re proud to have helped several hundred guests find freedom from addictive behaviour and make profound personal transformations. Keeping in touch with our alumni enables us to track and monitor guests’ ongoing progress.

Improving outcomes – how do we do it?

  • ‘The Hive’, our operational hub where we process all the ideas, suggestions, complaints and feedback we receive)
  • Listening to guests and colleagues and responding to feedback
  • Research, data and surveys
  • Via our Clinical Governance cycle
  • Collaboration with universities and academics
  • Collaboration with other providers

Jimmy’s story

Jimmy shares his experience at Delamere and how the team helped him grow beyond addiction.

Suzanne’s story

Former guest Suzanne returns to Delamere to reflect on her sobriety.

 

Simon’s story

‘The best thing I’ve ever done.’ Simon reflects on his stay at Delamere.

 

Josh’s story

Josh returns to Delamere to celebrate 12 months freedom from cocaine addiction.

 

Let us help you today

Start your recovery journey by contacting us today.

Confidential. Straightforward. Friendly.

Get the support you need Call now: 0330 111 2015

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Read our Reviews

”I have my life back. I have my own mind back. I’m empowered, informed and most importantly, sober.”


“I have a different outlook on life. Feel really positive. I’m a new person.”


“Feel like my old self – everything more straight forward, more energy, appreciate what life has to offer”

“My own journey through and beyond addiction was the inspiration for Delamere. We provide exemplary care in first class facilities and in all that we do, we focus on lasting outcomes for our guests and their families.”

Martin Preston
Founder & CEO

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