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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Newcastle

Cassiobury Court’s Drug and Alcohol Rehab Newcastle treatment programme is available to all Newcastle residents who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction. We also treat a range of mental health problems and behavioural addictions.

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We offer Drug and Alcohol Rehab Newcastle

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Newcastle

Cassiobury Court offers Drug and Alcohol Rehab Newcastle. Office of National Statistics data reveals the North East suffers from the highest level of drug and alcohol addiction in England. In the United Kingdom, only Glasgow surpasses the North East of England in terms of drug and alcohol-related hospital admissions. We offer treatment centres in Lancashire and a shuttle service is available to collect you from the North East so you may attend your Drug and Alcohol Rehab Newcastle programme.

 

Residential Treatment

Residential treatment requires you to live within the centre for around twenty-one to twenty-eight days. When you enter one of our rehabilitation centres you are surrounded by healthcare professionals who specialise in the field of drug and alcohol addiction. You can kick off your treatment by calling Cassiobury Court today on 01923 369 161. When you call a highly experienced addiction counsellor is on hand to run you through a quick assessment requiring around ten minutes of your time. Here we capture relevant information regarding the nature and severity of your addiction. We then outline each treatment option suited to your needs. If you are happy to attend a treatment centre we then arrange transportation if required.

 

What Happens Once You Get To Our Rehab Centre

Once you arrive at our rehab unit in Lancashire you are greeted by a fully qualified psychiatrist who conducts an in-depth physical and mental examination with you. Here we determine your precise needs that must be addressed during your rehabilitation programme. Following this, we typically prescribe medication that eases an otherwise painful withdrawal process. Within five to ten days you will be completely detoxed. You will now be ready to receive therapy and counselling sessions. These sessions aim to treat the underlying mental aspects of drug and alcohol addiction.

 

What Happens Following Detox

Following detox, you must receive treatment for the mental and emotional aspects of your addiction. Here you receive a range of therapies. These therapies include psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, holistic therapies and nutritional advice. Therapy sessions take place either in small groups or on a one-to-one basis with a qualified therapist. Throughout your rehabilitation programme we provide food and a daily laundry service. This frees up your energy so you are better able to focus on your recovery efforts.

 

How To Find Out More

To learn more about our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centre Newcastle please call an addiction counsellor today on 01923 369 161. During the call, our counsellor will walk you through the treatment process in more detail. We are able to set a start date for your treatment programme and sort out your travel arrangements on your behalf. Alternatively, contact us through the website and a counsellor will respond to your message shortly.

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