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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Milton Keynes

The service we provide for Drug and Alcohol Rehab Milton Keynes clients includes a full detoxification and rehabilitation programme ensuring your recovery is secured. We also offer an extended aftercare progamme lasting for 12-months following your discharge from our care.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Milton Keynes

Do you or a loved one require Drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in Milton Keynes? If so, Cassiobury Court’s Drug and Alcohol Rehab Milton Keynes Centre is here to help.

If you answered in the affirmative to this question, known that Cassiobury Court is here to help you overcome your addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. We maintain a state-of-the-art residential rehabilitation centre nestled away in the Hertfordshire Countryside just a short drive from your Milton Keynes home.

The Drug and Alcohol Rehab Milton Keynes service we provide to our clients includes a full detoxification and rehabilitation programme ensuring your recovery is secured. We also offer an extended aftercare progamme lasting for 12-months following your discharge from our care. This aftercare programme we provide free of charge ensures you remain in recovery once you have attained your initial sobriety goal during your rehabilitation programme.

 

100% confidential helpline at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Milton Keynes Centre

To access our rehabilitation programme, you must begin the process by contacting our admissions team on 01923 369 161. We provide an utterly confidential helpline to assess your specific needs. During this assessment, we build a concrete picture of the mental and physical issues you may be facing as a result of your addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Using this information, we outline your detoxification and rehabilitation options that best suit your needs. If you wish, we may schedule a free ‘in person’ assessment. This allows you to view our treatments and treatment centre before you formally commit to our services.
Using this information, we outline your detoxification and rehabilitation options that best suit your needs. If you wish, we may schedule a free ‘in person’ assessment taking place at our rehabilitation centre in Hertfordshire. This ‘in person’ assessment allows you to view our treatments and treatment centre before you formally commit to our services.

 

Providing a multi-disciplinary team of experts

Cassiobury Court’s Milton Keynes Centre employs a wide range of addiction professionals. This includes psychotherapists, counsellors, psychiatric nurses and key work support workers. These professionals form a multi-disciplinary team that’s capable of dealing with many of the issues you may be facing with your addiction to drug and/or alcohol. We believe our team of professionals provide Cassiobury Court with a true advantage in our industry and we believe our client success rates provide testimony to the ability of staff to treat a wide range of addictions.

 

Curing the disease of addiction

At Cassiobury Court, we believe that addiction is a disease of the mind. This belief is backed up by many academic studies conducted by researchers located across the globe. When you consume drugs or alcohol and develop an addiction, you desire to continue your addiction is often at odds with your inability to stop. This is because addiction gives rise to chemical and structural changes in the brain that compel you to continue using drugs or alcohol whilst also diminishing your willpower to stop.

 

What happens when your treatment begins at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Milton Keynes Centre 

When you attend our rehabilitation programme, you must be assessed by a psychiatrist before your recovery programme begins. During your psychiatric assessment, a prescription is written up by our doctor to ease potentially painful withdrawal symptoms you may experience during detoxification.

Our rehabilitation centre is located in a remote area of the countryside. This ensures you can not easily remove yourself from our care during your treatment programme.

 

Amenities we provide

Whilst you attend our residential rehabilitation centre, you are provided with an ensuite bedroom. We also provide nutritious food for you around three to four times a day. This means you are not required to share your bedroom with other residents nor to cook your own food. This allows you to relax and solely focus on your recovery goals without any unnecessary distractions.

Aftercare to ensure your recovery is lasting

Upon discharge from our care, we ensure your recovery is not threatened upon your return home by providing an extended aftercare programme. This programme is designed to encourage you to return to our rehabilitation centre at least once a week for an entire 12-month period. We also encourage you to attend local support group meetings in Milton Keynes. Aftercare provides a safety net should you relapse or come close to relapsing during those initial tentative 12 months into your sobriety.

Find out more in Milton Keynes

To discover how we are able to assist you at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Milton Keynes clinic, contact our admissions team today on 01923 369 161 for a confidential and no pressure consultation. Alternatively, you may contact us via this website by clicking here.

We appreciate the fact it may be difficult for you to seek out our professional support for your addiction. However, please know we understand exactly what you are going through. Many of our admissions team have themselves battled and conquered their own addiction in the past. This ensures your call for help is met with utter sympathy, compassion and understanding.

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