Clouds House, Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK
Clouds House, set in a naturally therapeutic environment of beautiful Wiltshire parkland, has been helping people with addiction problems for 25 years.
In this beautiful and safe environment you can begin to understand your own true potential and build a new life without drugs or alcohol.
We offer a well-structured treatment programme for you to learn about yourself in relation to addiction, your vulnerability to relapse and how you can sustain recovery by working with the 12-step abstinence based philosophy.
There are many other optional activities and alternative therapies that are available to you to complement your treatment programme during your stay.
You will be looked after by our multi-disciplinary team of highly qualified counsellors, doctors and nurses. We also have our own in-house chef who cooks fresh and healthy food for you everyday.
We believe that protecting your confidentiality is vital to your treatment.
Your personal relationships play an important role in your recovery. We encourage families to get involved.
Your stay at Clouds House is the just the beginning of your life in recovery. There are many aftercare programmes across the country and Clouds House offers its own weekly or fortnightly aftercare programme on Fridays.
The treatment at Clouds House is accredited by the European Association for the Treatment of Addiction and will take either 4 or 6 weeks, depending on your personal circumstances. During that time you will live in Clouds House with other individuals recovering from addiction problems.
We offer a well-structured treatment programme for you to learn about yourself in relation to addiction, your vulnerability to relapse and how you can maintain recovery.
You will participate in all therapeutic activities that are scheduled throughout the day.
As well as assignments, there are practical tasks which are designed to help you develop better ways of relating to others and dealing with your problems. Living together with others in a therapeutic community working towards the same goal also aids your recovery.
Referrals & Admissions Department: 01747 832 070