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Welcome to Priory

Offering world-class mental health, addiction and eating disorder treatments

Start your recovery with our free addiction assessment

At Priory, we offer a free, confidential addiction assessment to individuals struggling with addiction. This assessment, carried out by a qualified specialist, allows us to explore your unique addiction and the impact it’s having on your life. It's also a chance for you to ask any questions on the addiction treatment process.

Following the assessment, you’ll receive a recommendation on the best treatment option for you. This might be inpatient addiction treatment, or one of our outpatient treatment options. Our goal is to help you achieve long-term recovery and improve your quality of life.

Priory provides treatment for a range of substance and behavioural addictions, including alcohol rehab and cocaine addiction treatment. Contact us today to book your free assessment.

Contact us by phone: 0330 056 6020 or Make an Enquiry
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Priory Locations Across the UK

Priory offers expert treatment for mental health and addictions through a network of hospitals across the UK. Our locations include hospitals in Hayes Grove and Roehampton in London, Woodbourne in Birmingham and Altrincham near Manchester, meaning you can receive treatment in a location that’s convenient for you.

Whether you're looking for mental health or addiction treatment, you can find a Priory location convenient for you. We offer self-pay options and accept all major private medical insurers.

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