Treatment Centres for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Newcastle

Published by Raffa Bari | All Sources

If you suffer with drug and alcohol addiction issues, then we’re here to help you start your road to recovery. At Cassiobury Court, we have several CQC Registered drug and alcohol rehabs in Newcastle and around the UK, offering a range of specialised addiction treatment programmes to help you overcome your addiction.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Newcastle

What Addictions Do You Treat?

Our state-of-the-art drug and alcohol rehabs in Newcastle provide a range of specialised therapy and treatments that help deal with various addiction issues including drug, behavioural and alcohol-related addictions, including:

Your first step in your road to recovery is being honest with yourself and acknowledging your addiction. Once you have realised that your addiction is an issue and you are ready for change, then you will be able to take the next step to rehabilitation.

What Addiction Treatments Do You Offer?

At our drug and alcohol rehabs in Newcastle, our team of experienced and qualified professionals are trained to provide a range of addiction treatments that change the way you manage your addiction, develop your behaviour towards your addiction and make a significant impact on your overall quality of life. We offer specialised therapy and treatments to help deal with a wide range of drug, alcohol and behavioural issues that are important in helping you with your addiction recovery.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Our Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is an endorsed method of counselling that helps deal with a number of issues, from addiction to behavioural issues such as anxiety and depression, to eating disorders.

CBT therapy may be recommended to you by at one of our alcohol and drug rehabs in Newcastle due to the significant psychological benefits that it can have on your road to recovery. Understanding the cause of your complex behavioural issues and enabling you to  understand your addiction can helping you implement coping strategies and prevent future relapse.

Group Therapy for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Drug and alcohol addiction can cause you to feel isolated or alone from your family and friends, which can lead to further mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

Group therapy is offered to all of our residents as it has many benefits, allowing individuals to seek support, gain an insight into other people’s addiction recovery and ultimately, allow you to feel like you’re not going through your addiction alone.

Individual Therapy for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

If group therapy isn’t a form of psychotherapy that is suited to you, we offer individual therapy to all of our residents which is in a one-to-one setting.

Typically using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), individual therapy is a safe space to sit down with qualified counsellor, psychologist or psychiatrist and allow you to understand your addiction, reflect on your mental health and enable you to coping strategies that prevent the risk of relapse.

Art Therapy for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Art therapy can be an effective form of group psychotherapy for drug and alcohol addiction, allowing you to express your feelings and communicative feelings in an artistic form. Using art as a tool to express your feelings allows you to find ways to manage your emotions and manage complicated feelings in every day life.

We usually recommend group art therapy if you have suffered emotional trauma, domestic abuse, anxiety, depression, physical violence, substance misuse or other psychological issues.

Benefits of Our Rehab Centres

  • Range of affordable treatments and accommodation
  • Centres local to your area and easy to travel to
  • Flexible bookings that fit around your schedule


  • State-of-the-art accommodation and facilities
  • Expert advice for family and friends
  • Extensive aftercare and support

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How Much Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Newcastle Cost?

The prices of our drug and alcohol rehabs in Newcastle vary depending on a number of different factors, including your chosen rehab centre, the length of your stay and the treatments you choose.

Typically, rehab programmes are recommended to be around 28 days long, which will cost around £12,000 to £14,000. If you wish to attend one of our rehabilitation centres for detoxification, which is recommended to last for around 7 days, then it will cost around £4,000 to £6000

Low Cost Rehabilitation Options

If our prices are outside of your budget range, there are outpatient rehabilitation services that are available to help recovery from addiction. Support groups such as Alcohol Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous can be great options to help you deal with your addiction and usually cost 0£.

Similarly, the NHS also offer free rehabilitation services to help you overcome your addiction. However, they usually involve extremely long waiting times and you can wait months, or even years to be seen by a professional. At our centres, we offer fast admission to get you the help that you need as quickly as possible.

You can find out more about how much our rehabs cost and additional information on our page

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What Happens Once You’ve Arrived at Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Newcastle?

After you have found your comfort at our drug and alcohol rehab, one of our medical professionals will oversee your initial assessment.

Whether you’re suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, they conduct 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, one of our medical professionals will typically prescribe medication that eases an otherwise painful withdrawal process, then, within five to ten days you will be completely detoxed.

It is at this point that your drug and alcohol rehab experience will go into the mentality side of things. Since you’ve first addressed the physical withdrawal symptoms that may have otherwise caused relapse, you will now be ready to receive therapy and counselling sessions with a clearer mind.

These sessions aim to treat the underlying mental aspects of drug and alcohol addiction, so that you’re proactively relapse prevention planning.

The Admission Process

It can be intimidating going to rehab, so we have laid out below the chronological order of how the typical process goes when you onboard to our addiction treatment programmes.

Step 1: Enquire About Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

The first step is to call our friendly team here at Cassiobury Court Rehab Centre. You will be able to talk about addiction treatment options, and this goes for those who are calling for a family member, friends or loved ones.

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.

This will help to put your mind at ease, it will be a discussion about the rehab programme, address any mental health issues you or the person are suffering from and will let you know about how our rehab services can begin the process of recovery.

Step 2: Arrive at Cassiobury Court Residential Rehab Centre

Residential treatment requires you to live within the centre for around twenty-one to twenty-eight days, which is why travelling to a rehab facility near or far is very common. We accept in-patients from all over the country due to the benefit that comes with being away from the environment that once allowed your addiction to formulate and thrive.

When you enter one of our drug rehabilitation centres you are surrounded by healthcare professionals who specialise in the field of drug and alcohol addiction. This is when you can really begin combating your substance abuse addiction and start an effective treatment programme.

Step 3: Begin Your Rehab Programme in Alcohol and Drug Rehab

This is when the hard work begins. You will spend the next agreed time period within our drug and alcohol rehab centres and overcome your psychological and physical addiction during an array of treatments.

From dialectical behavioural therapy, CBT and a medically assisted detox, you will soon be on the road to a happier and healthier you. Find out in more detail what happens when you arrive at our alcohol and drug rehab centre below.

Detoxification at Our Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Newcastle

What to Expect During Drug or Alcohol Detox

One of the things that makes overcoming a drug addiction or, an alcohol addiction is the withdrawal symptoms.

They’re unpleasant, and the intensity varies hugely depending on the particular substance abuse present. That being said, inpatient treatment centres are the safest way to go through this time period.

You’re able to be prescribed detox medication and not only will you have the medical support throughout the detox, but you’ll also be able to lean on the fellow inpatients that will understand whole heartedly how you’re feeling.

This support is something that cannot be replicated outside of an inpatient rehab centre, which is what makes it so valuable since you have the best chance at avoiding relapse.

Relapse Prevention: A Key Stage of Long Term Recovery

No matter the specific substance abuse, or even if it is both alcohol and drug rehab that you require, there are some things that a drug rehab centre can do to ensure that you have the best chance of staying sober.

Without the help of a rehab clinic, in particular a residential rehab, it can be difficult to seek treatment in a way that will help you avoid relapse. The hard work for this is typically done within the rehab itself which is why inpatient addiction treatment has a high success rate.

Addiction treatment programmes can be long, difficult, and a true commitment however once you’re free of the shackles of addiction, treatment for your alcohol or drug addiction will become something a sober you will one day look back on.

Make the decision to change the course of your life by combating your alcohol or drug addiction today.

Find Out More About Our Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Newcastle

To learn more about our drug and alcohol rehab in Newcastle, don’t hesitate to 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 will also be able to set a start date for your drug or alcohol abuse treatment programme and sort your travel arrangements on your behalf.

Alternatively, contact us through the website and a counsellor will respond to your message shortly.

Raffa Bari

Raffa Bari - Author

CQC Registered Manager

Raffa manages the day to day caring services here at Cassiobury Court. Dedicated to the treatment and well being of our visitors she is an outstanding mental health coach registered with BAAT (British Association of Art Therapists). Raffa has outstanding experience in managing rehabs across the country and is vastly experienced at helping people recover from drug and alcohol addictions.

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