Residential drug, gambling and alcohol rehab in Luton from PCP

A recovered addict who beat his demons and founded his own treatment project 20 years ago has residential spaces available at his centre in Luton.

PCP Rehab, which is part of the Perry Clayman Project, is one of four locations across England and Wales offering help to those suffering with addictions. Many clients have alcohol issues, but drug and gambling addictions can also be addressed at the centres.

Concentrating on individual therapy, and abstinence, the PCP team is there to help. Perry calls the project ‘the fourth emergency service’ and patients can often be found a residential space within 24 hours, or even faster where required. Drug and alcohol addiction is a life-threatening illness and our ‘fourth emergency service’ is a life saver. The average length of stay is a month, and the treatment plans are personalised to suit what the client requires.

“We have found over our 20 years of operation that our success rate is very strong. Our patients find care and support with-in our centres to successfully identify the main drivers of addiction as well as learn the tools to thrive in recovery said Perry Clayman, Managing Director of PCP.”  

Who can they help?

Addiction doesn’t discriminate, and people affected come from all kinds of backgrounds and all walks of life. As a residential service it caters for adults from across the country, but may be particularly helpful to those living in and around Bedfordshire.

What does the treatment look like?

Most clients are in for a minimum of ten days, and up to six months. There is a team of substance abuse specialists, doctors and nurses, who tailor a programme to suit the individual. This can include 1-2-1 sessions, therapeutic interventions, cognitive behaviour therapy and other solutions to help the client achieve long term sobriety.

By building a strong community with shared goals, PCP Rehab aims to empower clients to find the skills and tools they need to live a happy, fulfilled life in recovery.

As well as residential rehab, some clients begin with, or move on to, outpatient services, to continue to monitor their progress.


What do clients say?

Jayne – I cannot recommend this place highly enough

Tayhan – My treatment here has been amazing

Charles – Thank you for your help in what was the darkest period of my life, I now look forward to my future

How do referrals happen?

In all but a very few cases, the NHS does not cover rehab or detox. Clients can self-refer to the PCP service, or be signposted from another charity or organisation, and in almost every case places are self-funded.

If you want to seek help or find out more, visit the Luton website here.