Why choose Gladstones?
We listen closely to our clients when designing their treatment programme. This individualised approach ensures the most effective mix of therapies for the fastest possible recovery. Our highly accredited team at Gladstones go above and beyond to make sure our clients have plenty of services and therapy options to choose from in order to ensure their rehab success.
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The fact that it is difficult to stay sober during the Christmas Holiday period is not disputed by anyone who has been there. It is the notorious season of office parties, family gatherings and other social events that almost inevitably … Continue reading
Five years after being crowned Miss Teen Oregon-World in 2009, photos of Jamie Lynn-France, 23, reveal the devastating impact of crystal meth use on the former beauty queen. Lynn is currently being held on $30,000 bail after being recently arrested … Continue reading
A former heroin addict and his partner have created a website that fights the negative stigma associated with drug and alcohol addiction. ‘I Am Not Anonymous‘ is a platform for former addicts to share their personal, and often emotional, stories. The … Continue reading
Dear All I am pleased to announce that we will be holding the Annual Gladstones Alumni Reunion on Saturday the 27th September at Berkeley Square. The event will commence at 12-pm and will last for the afternoon. This is an … Continue reading
According to a study conducted by Social Work researchers from the University of Washington, Synthetic Cannabis is the preferred drug of choice among active duty US military personnel who use illicit drugs. Synthetic marijuana, also known as Spice, is made … Continue reading
Danish researchers are currently testing a helmet that is able to deliver electro-magnetic impulses to the brain that have shown positive results in treating people with severe depression. The helmet targets malfunctioning blood cells in the patient’s brain, and in … Continue reading
Don’t Be Afraid of Facing Withdrawal Symptoms If you have you ever wanted to quit abusing alcohol but were afraid to begin the process because you were terrified that the withdrawal symptoms would be too severe, then you are definitely … Continue reading
The results of a toxicology report have now shown that TV presenter Peaches Geldof, who died suddenly last month aged 25, had heroin in her system. Geldof was the second daughter of musician and charity campaigner Sir Bob Geldof and … Continue reading
UK Charities have called for improved drugs education in schools after an investigation demonstrated that primary school aged children are being flagged as at risk of becoming future addicts. Children as young as 11 from the Westcountry are among literally … Continue reading