Whether you’re looking for help with an intervention, or are ready to receive either in or outpatient rehab treatment, at Addiction Advocates we can assist you from start to finish.

With our dedicated helpline offering 24/7 advice and support, our team can help answer any questions about rehab in Coventry and make the admissions process comfortable as you embark on your recovery journey.

Whether you’re looking for help with an intervention or are ready to receive either in or outpatient rehab treatment, at Addiction Advocates we can assist you from start to finish.

With our dedicated helpline offering 24/7 advice and support, our team can help answer any questions about rehab in Coventry and help you gain access to some of the leading rehabilitation centres in the United Kingdom.

What Do You Receive in Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Taking part in a rehabilitation programme requires you to take part in a series of intensive processes that are designed to help your body and your mind withdraw from attachment with substance misuse.


Detoxification can be dangerous if attempted alone and can cause significant withdrawal symptoms. This can resultantly lead to early relapse or be fatal for your health and overall wellbeing.

When you first visit rehab, you will be required to take part in medically supervised detoxification where you will be monitored by a highly trained team of medical staff. They will safely ease the extent of your withdrawal symptoms so that your body is no longer reliant on the substance.

Addiction Treatments and Therapies

Rehabilitation requires you to take part in a series of addiction treatments and therapies that are designed to help you gain a better understanding of your behaviour and learn new techniques for preventing them in the future.

Primarily using CBT (Cognitive-Behavioural-Therapy), a leading form of psychological treatment, rehabilitation provides you with the opportunity to speak about your relationship with addiction and your feelings towards your addiction. You can take part in CBT through various forms including:


Your recovery journey doesn’t end once you have completed your residential rehabilitation programme. When you return to your usual environment, it can be difficult to adjust and temptation can put you at risk of relapse. However, you will receive aftercare and support for up to 12 months to help you stay on track.

As well as access to an advice and support helpline, you will attend regular check-ups with a medical professional to discuss your progress and ask questions about your recovery journey.


Do I Need to go to Rehab?

If you are unsure about whether you should be visiting rehab, then it’s likely that you are experiencing some symptoms of addiction that may need addressing.

Withdrawal symptoms are a key sign that your body is heavily reliant on a substance and requires it to feel balanced. If you are experiencing withdrawal symptoms then that can be a key sign that you require professional help.

Common withdrawal symptoms of addiction

For most people suffering with a drug or alcohol addiction, they experience similar psychological and physical withdrawal symptoms that occur when their body is without the substance. This can include:

  • Vomiting
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Mood swings
  • Loss of appetite
  • Irritable

How Much Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cost?

The cost of drug and alcohol rehab can depend on the type of programme that you choose to attend, and if you want to stay at a residential centre or at home to receive treatment or therapy.

Average cost of private rehab in the UK

Prices for private rehab in the UK can start from anywhere between £2,000 a week for rehabilitation up to £10,000 a week.

This depends on the rehabilitation centre’s individual pricing structure, as some may have fixed price packages, whereas others provide tailored pricing packages to suit all budgets.

How Long Does Rehab Last For?

The duration time of rehabilitation depends on your chosen programme and the extent of services which you require.

Detoxification programmes can last between 9 and 12 days, whereas detoxification, treatment and therapy programmes can last up to 28 days.

Our call advisors will be able to provide you with a recommended programme length over the phone so you will always be prepared for the length of rehabilitation.

How Can Addiction Advocates Help?

If you are looking for advice or support about your addiction issues or want to find out more about your rehabilitation options in Coventry, then we’re here to help.

At Addiction Advocates, we offer a free helpline with a dedicated team of workers who are ready to take your call and answer your questions.

With access to some of the top rehabilitations in Coventry and across the United Kingdom, we are able to help you get the help that you need to overcome your addiction and change your life for the better.

Outpatient Rehab Treatment Options in Coventry

As well as private inpatient options available for addiction issues, there are alternative outpatient treatment options available in Coventry.

Local GPs in Coventry

If you are unsure about your addiction, or if you have an issue or not, then it’s worth speaking to your GP about your substance use. Here are some local GP’s in the Coventry area:


Jubilee Crescent, Radford, Coventry, CV6 3FA

024 7659 6060

St Georges Road Surgery

102 St George’s Road, Coventry, CV1 2DL

024 7655 2531

The GP Services Ltd

HTDI Building, University Technology Park, Puma Way, Coventry, CV1 2TT

024 7745 0727

George Eliot Medical Centre

178 Foleshill Road, Coventry, CV1 4JH

024 7652 0183

AA & NA Meetings in Coventry

If you are seeking an accessible, free alternative to inpatient treatment then Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are a good option. Different AA & NA Meetings are held everywhere around the United Kingdom including Coventry.

AA Meetings in Coventry

Coventry Experience, Strength & Hope

St John the Baptist Church, Fleet Street, Coventry, CV1 3AY

Tuesday – 20:00 – 21:30

Coventry Speaker

Friends Meeting House, Hill Street, Coventry, CV1 4AN

Saturday – 20:00 – 21;15

Coventry Lunchtime As Bill Sees It

United Reformed Church, 10 Warwick Road, Coventry, CV1 1EX

Wednesday – 12:30 – 14:00

Coventry Step

Hearsall Baptist Church, Queensland Avenue, Earlsdon, Coventry, CV5 8FE

Wednesday – 20:00 – 21:30

For more information about AA Meetings in Coventry, visit their page.

NA Meetings in Coventry

Never Alone Never Again

Allesly Village Hall, Birmingham Road, Coventry, CV5 9GS

Sunday – 19:30 – 21:00

Nuneaton Wednesday NA Meeting

St Nicholas Parish Church, Vicarage Street, Nuneaton, CV11 4AZ

Wednesday – 19:45 – 21:00

Coventry Thursday Night Step Meeting

Holyhead Road URC Church, 22 Lammas Road, Coventry, CV6 1QL

Thursday – 20:00 – 21:30

Into the Weekend

Church Hall, Stoke Saint Michaels, 365B Walsgrave Road, Coventry, CV2 4BG

Friday – 19:30 -21:00

For more information about NA Meetings in Coventry, visit their page.


  • [1] CoventryGP - https://www.coventrygp.com/
  • [2] St Georges Road Surgery - https://www.gpcoventry.co.uk/
  • [3] The GP Services Ltd - https://thegpservice.co.uk/
  • [4] George Eliot Medical Centre - https://drsingh.org.uk/
  • [5] page - https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/AA-Meetings/Find-a-Meeting/coventry
  • [6] page - https://meetings.ukna.org/meeting/search?postcode%5Bvalue%5D=10&postcode%5Bsource_configuration%5D%5Borigin_address%5D=coventry&day=All&time=All&type=All&county=All&name=