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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Oxfordshire

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Oxfordshire

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Cassiobury Court offers Oxfordshire residents fast access to the state-of-the-art Drug and Alcohol Rehab Oxfordshire Centre

Call us on 01923 369 161

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Oxfordshire

Cassiobury Court offers Oxfordshire residents fast access to the state-of-the-art Drug and Alcohol Rehab Oxfordshire Centre. For more information on our modern 21-bed residential rehabilitation facility, call now on 01923 369 161.

Treatments we offer enables you to begin your journey to a drug and alcohol-free future. We arm our clients with the necessary coping skills for a successful and long-term recovery. Since we offer residential treatment at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Oxfordshire centre, clients are able to experience life in recovery from a caring, safe and controlled environment. Here, the risk of ‘relapse’ is entirely non-existent.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Oxfordshire: What we can offer you

Over the last decade, we’ve continued to redefine drug and alcohol treatment. Our core programme has undergone many revisions in that time. Now our core programme is optimised for getting and keeping our clients in recovery after Drug and Alcohol Rehab Oxfordshire.

We employ a range of therapy techniques to help our clients navigate the first twelve months of their recovery. This includes 12-step work, Reiki, massage, reflexology, CBT, REBT, ACU detox, mindfulness, meditation, neurobiology, nutrition, 1-2-1 therapy, group therapy, psychotherapy, stress management, fellowship meetings and daily walks.

We employ a multi-disciplinary team of addiction treatment professionals. This ensures our clients receive the necessary support and attention throughout their stay, but particularly through the acute stages of detoxification whilst ‘withdrawal symptoms’ arise.

Upon arrival, each client is psychiatrically assessed. This assessment is conducted by a psychiatrist who is registered with the Royal College of Psychiatrists. A medically assisted detox programme is then written out. The nature of this detox various according to the particular substance you are addicted to. Principally, these medications help treat uncomfortable or even life-threatening withdrawal symptoms such as hallucinations, seizures and nausea.

Programme duration varies with the severity of your addiction. We currently run programmes for 10 days, 14 days, 21 days and 28 days in duration. We also offer a daily rate should you wish to extend your stay over and above 28 days. Our admissions officer will advise on the recommended length of your programme following the completion of a short initial assessment.

 

Getting help

Get help by contact Cassiobury Court on 01923 369 161. You will be greeted by a member of our admissions team who will conduct a short initial assessment. Following this assessment, you will receive an admission date. Depending on bed availability, we typically admit clients within 24 hours following initial contact.

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