Counselling & Rehab in Birmingham

Drug & alcohol rehab in Birmingham

If you’re looking for substance abuse treatment in Birmingham, there are many options available to you. These include inpatient rehab, outpatient treatment, remote access support, as well as counselling and therapy. 

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    Balanced is dedicated to providing counselling, therapy, and rehabilitation services for all those affected by addiction. Read below to see what services are available in your area.


    Birmingham city centre

    Contact Details

    Telephone: 0121 2852548
    Email: [email protected]


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    Find drug and alcohol addiction services in Birmingham

    We understand just how hard addiction can be for both the person who is suffering as well as their loved ones.

    We also know how difficult it can be to find good help when you need it. That’s why we created Balanced, an independent drug and alcohol rehabilitation service offering its services across the UK, including Birmingham.

    If you are suffering from a substance use disorder and are interested in seeking treatment, Balanced has the answers you need.

    Addiction treatment in a group setting

    What treatment options are available in Birmingham?

    If you’re looking for substance abuse treatment in Birmingham, there are many options available to you. Whether it is via the NHS or through private care, these are the most proven methods of getting free of drugs and alcohol.

    Inpatient rehab

    Inpatient rehab involves a period of time spent in a residential setting away from home (often 30-90 days), where people receive care and support for their addiction.

    Outpatient treatment

    Outpatient treatment is generally recommended after an initial inpatient stay and will usually last between three and six months.

    Remote treatment

    Remote drug and alcohol rehabilitation is similar to outpatient programmes, except you participate in therapy sessions over the phone or through video chat.

    Rehab services offered in Birmingham

    Balanced is a private, confidential, and secure addiction treatment service. We offer a range of different rehab options to suit your individual needs.

    If you are looking for alcohol rehab or drug rehab, we can help. Our expert counsellors will work with you to create a personalised treatment plan that suits your needs and goals.
    We believe that you do not have to suffer alone, so our counsellors are here to support you throughout your journey. You will be able to speak with them about your thoughts, feelings, and experiences in confidence. They will also help you process any emotions that arise during the recovery process, so that you can move forward with your life.

    Therapy can be performed individually or as part of a group

    We have a wide range of services in Birmingham that include:

    • One-to-one counselling sessions
    • Group therapy sessions
    • Rehabilitation programmes for drug and alcohol addiction
    • Referrals to non-affiliated rehab centres in case we are unable to provide the required service for you

    The benefits of private rehab

    • Personalised treatment plan: The treatment plan is tailored to your needs and goals, rather than being a standardised national programme.
    • Higher quality of care: Private rehabs provide more personalised attention to each individual patient, resulting in a higher quality of care. This means you are more likely to achieve your desired results with private rehabilitation.
    • More flexible treatment options: If you need extra support or have specific requirements, you will be able to find a private treatment provider that meets your needs.
    • Better aftercare support: With NHS treatment options there can be long waiting lists for aftercare support – which means that if you relapse after leaving treatment, it could take months before getting back on track again. Private clinics offer immediate access to support from qualified professionals whenever needed, ensuring long-term sobriety.

    Free and NHS addiction treatment options in Birmingham

    CGL – Park House Inpatient Treatment Service

    Address: 15 Park Road South, Hockley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B18 5QL
    Phone: 0121 523 5940
    Email: [email protected]
    Services: Drug testing, medically assisted detox, family therapy, group therapy, 12-step therapy, talking therapy, relapse prevention, and more.
    Hours: 24 hours

    Kikit Pathways To Recovery

    Address: 153 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, West Midlands, B11 1AH
    Phone: 0121 448 3883
    Email: [email protected]
    Services: Walk-in assessment, drug testing, outreach services, one-to-one sessions, family, friends, and carers support, alternative therapies, needle exchange services, and more.
    Hours: 9am – 5pm (Monday to Friday)

    Travel options for Birmingham


    Birmingham New Street Station is the main station in the city centre with connections available to London and other major cities in the UK.


    You can take a flight directly to Birmingham airport from across the UK and Europe.


    Birmingham well connected by road, with the M5 being the best route into the city via the West.

    FAQs about addiction and treatment in Birmingham

    Does the NHS use private rehabs?

    It is not uncommon for patients to be referred by their GP to a private treatment centre. The NHS doesn’t have enough beds available to accommodate all the people with drug or alcohol problems in the UK and so they need to use private facilities. The NHS will pay for this treatment if it’s deemed necessary and appropriate.

    What is the 12-step programme?

    The 12-step programme is used by many people who have been through addiction counselling, as well as rehabilitation and recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction. 

    It’s a non-religious, non-profit programme that helps people stay sober. The programme teaches people how to live without drugs and alcohol, while also educating them about themselves and their strengths so that they’re prepared for anything life throws at them in the future.

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