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General enquiries: 0800 138 8680
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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
How Can We Help?

Priory Locations Nationwide

Priory provides specialist treatment for mental health conditions and addictions, offering comprehensive inpatient support through a nationwide network of hospitals. These include Priory Hospitals Hayes Grove and Roehampton in the south, Glasgow and Altrincham in the north, and Woodbourne in the midlands, meaning you can receive treatment in a location that’s convenient for you. Treatment can be made on a self-pay basis and we also work with all of the main private medical insurers.

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