We Have Treatment Centres for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Suffolk

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Suffolk

For many drug and alcohol addicts in Suffolk: when you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, you may believe you are a ‘lost cause’ on a never-ending downward spiral. Thankfully, Cassiobury Court’s Drug and Alcohol Rehab Suffolk offers a medically assisted detox and drug rehabilitation plan for clients based in the area. This plan ensures your addiction is correctly treated. We employ a multi-disciplinary team at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Suffolk service  – of experts to ensure you receive the proper care and attention whilst you are treated for your addiction.


The Challenge of Withdrawal

Unfortunately, addiction precipitates chemical changes in the brain. When drug and alcohol use stops, the brain attempts to re-establish ‘normal’ functioning. However, this rapid change in brain chemistry gives rise to potentially life-threatening and highly discomforting withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms typically scare the sufferer and result in relapse.


Our Solution to this Challenge

Thankfully, when you attend Cassiobury Court’s Drug and Alcohol Rehab Suffolk, we utilise substitute medications that allow you to taper off drugs and alcohol without the risk of experiencing these deadly withdrawal symptoms. A prescription is written out by a psychiatrist regulated by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.


About our recovery centre

Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Suffolk recovery centre is designed with comfort in mind. All clients have the option to access ensuite bedrooms. We also permit our clients the use of their laptop, mobile phone and tablet device. This policy reflects the needs of our clientele. We take pride in the fun and relaxing atmosphere we have created. This means Drug and Alcohol rehab Suffolk is neither a daunting nor an ‘institutional’ experience for our clients.


What happens during rehabilitation

During rehabilitation, you also participate in therapy and counselling sessions. These sessions consist of group and individual therapy. Therapy and counselling ensures the underlying mental causes of addiction are neutralised before you leave our care.
Individual therapy offers private counselling conducted by on a one-to-one basis in the presence of a qualified therapist. Here, clients discuss the underlying causes of their addiction in private. Therapist help clients deal with past trauma and negative emotions in ways that do not involve the use of drugs and alcohol.


Group and individual therapy we offer during Drug and Alcohol Rehab Suffolk

Group therapy allows clients to share their experiences with each another. These sessions are supervised by a qualified counsellor. This ensures group therapy stays ‘on topic’ and flows in a direction that’s most beneficial for each participant involved. Patients share stories about their experiences with addiction, and also prior attempts at seeking treatment and the lessons they’ve learnt along the way. These lessons are priceless and mean other participants may learn from these lessons without first-hand experience.


Helping you relax and rebuild

Cassiobury Court has also invested heavily in holistic therapies. These therapies include Reiki, mindfulness, art therapy, music therapy and acupuncture. These therapies help clients relax during their rehabilitation.


The provision of aftercare

Helping you avoid relapse is a major goal of our rehabilitation programme. Relapse risks all progression you have made during treatment. For this reason, all clients receive 12 months’ worth of aftercare as standard.

During rehab, we arm you with strategies to avoid relapse once you have left our care. We help you build mental strength so you may deal with setbacks and stress in healthy, non-destructive ways. We encourage you to take up new hobbies, plan your social schedule and how to discover new hobbies that will ignite your passion.

We encourage you to attend our weekly aftercare sessions and also engage services such as Alcoholic Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery, particularly during the initial ninety days following your discharge from our care. This is because the initial ninety days is when you are most vulnerable and likely to relapse. The first three months of living ‘in recovery’ forms the foundation of a lifetime of abstinence.


A summary of benefits

To summarise, the key benefits of our rehabilitation and detox programme include:

  • 24/7 medical attention
  • Tapered/medically assisted detox
  • We provide all your food
  • Laundry service
  • State-of-the-art therapy and counselling sessions
  • 12 months’ worth of aftercare
  • Full residential so no distractions from the outside world


Contact Cassiobury Court

To learn more about our drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in Suffolk, call the team today on 0800 500 3129 or contact us through this website.

We offer help for drug and alcohol addiction in many parts of East Anglia, including Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire, and areas within Huntingdonshire like St Neots.

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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