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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment in Hounslow

Do you live in Hounslow and your life has been negatively affected by Drugs and/or Alcohol? Are you in a state of despair and unsure where to turn? If so, Cassiobury Court’s Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hounslow centre are here to help.

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We offer Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hounslow

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hounslow

Each year, we assist thousands of people in Hounslow who wish to rid themselves of substance misuse. Essentially, we combine detoxification and rehabilitation to help you achieve your long-term recovery goals at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hounslow centre.

The first step to accessing our residential treatment in Hounslow is to overcome denial. You may tell yourself that you can overcome your addiction without professional help. After all, you’ve done it before.

If this is the case, we ask you to consider seeking out our help because our treatment is about helping you attain long-term recovery. The treatment we offer isn’t about ‘getting you off’ drink for a month or two. Instead, our treatment is geared towards helping you remain drug and alcohol-free for the rest of your life.

If you are finally ready to take the plunge into long-term recovery, contact us today on 01923 369 161.

 

Treatment phases

The Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hounslow treatment we offer is split into several phases. The initial phase is known as the admission. Here’s we assess your needs so that we may devise a tailored treatment programme. Upon your admission, you are assessed by a psychiatrist. The psychiatrist will carry out a full physical and mental examination. Suitable medication will also be given to you during the assessment. Our in-house clinic team will then distribute this medication to you over the course of your detox programme.

 

The detox phase of drug and alcohol rehab Hounslow 

During and following your detox programme, will also benefit from intensive counselling and therapy sessions. These sessions offer a ‘talking therapy’ solution where you may inspect and analyse your thoughts and emotions relating to your addiction. You will then be taught how to re-write these thoughts and emotions so that you may enjoy your life without requiring drugs and/or alcohol.

 

Access these services

With Cassiobury Court, attending Drug and Alcohol rehab Hounslow could not be easier. We do not require a GP referral and any information you give to us during your rehab will not be shared with any third party agency, including the NHS.

Unlike publically funded rehabs, you will not be required to wait for months on end before you become eligible to begin your treatment. Although you generally must pay for treatment yourself, you are able to access our treatment usually within 24-hours following the completion of your initial call.

Unfortunately, many people die whilst waiting to be placed on a publically funded rehab programme. When you choose to self-fund your treatment through Cassiobury Court, you are able to avoid this fate entirely. Our treatment is highly affordable and thus attainable for the vast majority of people.

For more information on Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hounslow, contact Cassiobury Court today on 01923 369 161.

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