ESH Works operate a fully residential Care Quality Commission rated alcohol and drug rehabilitation clinic treating alcoholism, alcohol dependence, drug and other addictions.
We are an established independent not for profit organisation and our only aim is to provide the best possible solution to help people recover from addiction.
Addiction support is complex with so many different treatment options available making it really difficult for families and individuals to understand and decide on the right approach to address their addiction issues.
We support families to make informed decisions about the treatment available.
We could save you thousands of pounds by identifying the most appropriate and cost effective treatment that offers the best possible chance of long term recovery from addiction.
The rehab's team of professional staff support and monitor residents 24/7 through a safe medically assisted detox minimising any drug or alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Residents are then guided through our treatment programme which addresses issues around addiction including drugs and alcohol, gambling, social media, stress, anxiety, depression, anger and low self-esteem.
The staff's personal experience, knowledge and understanding of addiction issues enables us to offer very practical support and guidance for families and the individuals throughout their journey of recovery.
We also understand the implications of dual diagnosis and the issues that people face when dealing with potential mental health and emotional issues alongside any drug and alcohol problems.
If circumstances allow we suggest prospective residents and their families come to visit the facility to have an informal confidential discussion face to face with our staff about your particular circumstances, expectations and needs.
This will enable us to advise on the most appropriate and cost effective treatment options and also look at how we can support the whole family through the process of recovery.
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 help someone in their recovery from addiction can be passed on by people who have direct, first-hand experience of these issues."