Leading Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment Providers
Situated directly on Blackpool’s North Shore and Promenade, Ocean Recovery is considered a perfect location for addiction recovery.
The CQC registered rehab clinic boasts luxury accommodation across three floors, with superb views of Blackpool Beach and the Sea, Ocean Recovery combines comfort and luxury, with an intensive programme of therapy and treatments for drug addiction and/or alcohol addiction.
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Tailored To You
All our evidence-based rehabilitation programmes are bespoke, meaning that your treatment plan will be based on your own individual circumstances and the nature of your addiction in order to achieve the best possible outcome for long-lasting recovery.
Our services are only provided to addicts who are fully committed to taking the path towards recovery.
The programmes we provide can be characterised in two phases: drug and alcohol detox and rehab. Stage 1 is the process of elimination, by removing all harmful toxins from your body in the form of detox with stage 2 being the rehabilitation phase. The rehabilitation phase gives you all the tools needed for sustainable recovery through intensive therapy and counselling sessions.
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Pauline ButlerNurse Practitioner
Paul RogersRecovery Worker
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To start the admissions process, simply get in touch with our team.
Once you have contacted our team, you will then undergo a free addiction assessment.
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After the assessment, our team will create a comprehensive treatment plan based on our findings.
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