The Providence Projects drug rehab centre which opened in 1996 is one of the leading addiction treatment facilities in the world. Our drug rehab centre, based in the South of England, was originally opened in 1996 by Steve Spiegel and Dr Peter Turnbull with a vision of creating a new type of rehab programme. This new type of private rehab was specifically designed to prepare people for life after treatment.
For most people with a drug or alcohol problem, a drug rehab centre is often the best form of intervention. The treatment delivered in these centres will, in the main, concentrate on the individual’s addiction, their thinking and behaviour as well as their drug and alcohol patterns. There will be a variety of interventions including one-one counselling, group therapy, workshops, assignments, family therapy and relapse prevention work.
The Providence Projects model is designed perfectly to prepare people for life after treatment. The philosophy of our drug rehab centre prepares all clients for the real world, equipping people with the skills required to stay clean and sober long term. The reason this is so important is that many drug rehab centres do great work while the individual is in treatment but they are not adequately prepared for real life after their stay in rehab.
The team of therapists at our drug rehab centre are also a key reason for success. Their skill, experience and expertise ensure that every client has the best opportunity to recover from addiction.