New Leaf Recovery Project Residential Drug & Alcohol Rehab Birmingham

If you, a friend or maybe a member of your family are suffering from the issues caused by drug and alcohol addiction, the New Leaf Recovery Project is here to help.

New Leaf offer a complete journey of residential treatment and rehabilitation - from detoxification and primary care, to secondary and tertiary support, all the way through to aftercare and a back to work scheme, supported at every stage by our professional and empathetic staff.

Whatever your circumstances, and regardless of whether this is the first time you have tried to address addiction issues or whether you have tried many times before, New Leaf Recovery believes it is never too late to change your life.

Addiction can ruin the lives of those with the issue and their loved ones, that's why New Leaf believe support should be made available to families through the aftercare programme. If you or someone you know is suffering with addiction issues, it is important to ACT NOW.

Pick up the phone, email us or complete our enquiry form today to begin the New Leaf journey to recovery - you don't have to suffer in silence.

New Leaf Recovery Project

Pick up the phone, email us or complete our enquiry form today to begin the New Leaf journey to recovery - you don't have to suffer in silence.

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NEW LEAF, NEW LIFE, NEW START

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"Whichever type of rehabilitation centre you attend, it is what you put into your own recovery that matters most. A private bedroom, luxurious swimming pool and gourmet food in a tropical paradise might sound like all you need; but you need motivation, dedication and hard work to succeed in recovery, alongside dedicated and professional support from experienced and highly trained medical and therapeutic professionals. Treatment within the setting of a residential therapeutic community can be an extremely supportive and motivating environment, renewing self-esteem, trust and communication and encouraging personal responsibility."
Quote from The Executive Rehab Guide