ESH Works is an established independent not for profit organisation providing fully residential Care Quality Commission registered drug and alcohol detox and rehabilitation addiction treatment services, we offer private and confidential professional support, counselling, advice and guidance.
We provide support for individuals and for family members who are affected by substance misuse issues. We explore your personal circumstances in a safe and confidential environment. We're then able to advise on the most appropriate and effective treatment and support the whole family through the recovery process.
The staff at ESH Works have extensive experience supporting individuals and family members through addiction problems with alcohol and drugs. Our personal experience, knowledge and understanding of the treatment options countrywide enables us to offer very practical support and guidance for families and individuals throughout their journey of recovery.
Addiction support is complex with so many different treatment options available which makes it really difficult for families and individuals to understand and decide on the right approach to take in order to address their addiction issues.
The cost and the quality of support varies tremendously but we understand the support options available, specifically the most effective ones from a cost and success rate perspective. We also understand about dual diagnosis and the issues that people face when dealing with mental health issues alongside drug and alcohol problems.
We support families to make informed decisions about the treatment available. We could save you thousands of pounds by guiding you to select the correct support options and the most effective ones to give someone the best possible chance of recovery from their addiction.
Our focus as an organisation is on 'recovery' from addiction and we believe that the necessary support is most effective when it is led by people who themselves have experienced the problems and found a solution.
"The principle of 'ESH' works because the knowledge, understanding and skills required to face addictive behaviour can be passed on by people who have direct, first hand experience of these issues."