About Brynawel Rehab Centre

At Brynawel, they place a strong emphasis on the importance of relationships, connections, and purpose. Their team comprises trained therapists, clinical experts in neuropsychology, nursing, and occupational therapy, along with recovery support workers.

They adhere to a biopsychosocial model of treating addiction, acknowledging its multifaceted nature. Rather than attributing addiction to a single cause, they recognise the contributions of genetics, biology, mental health concerns, trauma, social norms, and availability.

Their approach aims to consider all aspects that contribute to your recovery, including your physical and emotional well-being, lifestyle, and life experiences. They offer opportunities for therapeutic and relational connections through their therapy programme and additional well-being activities such as horticultural therapy, art therapy, gardening in their well-being allotments, gym visits, yoga, and meditation

Where can I find Brynawel Rehab
Address: Llanharry Road, , Pontyclun , England , CF72 9RN

Just some reasons to consider us...

  • Alcohol Rehab
  • Drug Rehab
  • Substance Detox
  • Range of therapies

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does Brynawel Rehab Cost?
Brynawel offers competitive pricing for rehab placements. They welcome private referrals from self-funded individuals and private companies through their Employee Assistance Programme at a rate of £1,169 per week. Additionally, Local Authorities can refer individuals for either full or partial funding under the Welsh Government Community Care Funding scheme. For specific information regarding the costs associated with Local Authority-funded programs, individuals are encouraged to contact Claire at Brynawel, who will provide guidance.
Can You Take Your Phone to Rehab?
Yes, however they have a specific mobile phone policy in place. So expect to hand over your phone at specific times, remember this is all to help you focus on recovery.
Am I Allowed Vistors?
Yes, Brynawel extends a warm invitation to visitors during established visiting hours, which occur every Saturday from 1:30 to 5:00 pm. Families with young children are especially encouraged to visit, and for parents with infants, special arrangements can be made for Wednesday visits at 4:30 pm, allowing for an hour of interaction before the evening meal is served."