Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Wales

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Wales

People from Wales requiring rehabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction are welcome to attend our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Wales centre where we believe you will be given the best care possible. Whether being referred by an NHS GP or a private practitioner, our bespoke treatment programs are designed with your needs in mind.

Once you have been referred to our drug and alcohol rehab in Wales we can begin the admissions process. This involves creating a personalised care package with your needs at the heart of it.

  • NHS Qualified provider
  • CQC Registered
  • Get a Personalised Programme
  • Residential Rehabilitation

Drug and alcohol admissions account for the majority of people admitted in Wales. We understand that a range of external factors can have a detrimental effect on your life and lead ultimately to problems that you can no longer control.

At Cassiobury Court, we can offer addiction therapy and rehab services for alcohol and drug abusers across Wales. We have successfully assisted over 3000 people that are suffering from an alcohol or drug addiction, giving them their lives back and enabling them to get back on their feet.


How Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Wales Service Can Help

Residential treatment offers you the chance of rehabilitation away from the issues that may be affecting you and we strive to help you address and overcome anything that might be having a negative effect on you.

Treatment for drug and alcohol addiction is also available and the rehabilitation process is tailored to suit your needs. In addition to the treatment we offer, we suggest becoming involved in organisations such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous to help support you in continuing the treatment process.

Our variety of successful methods involving holistic practices and more common therapy techniques have helped clients to break free from their normal lives that have become complicated by drug use. Our sole focus is for them to get better and recover from their addiction. Our retreat is a quiet, tranquil place with calming green spaces and a park not far away.

Our supportive staff are highly experienced in what they do and are here to help you fight your addiction so you can move on into a positive drug-free future. Together we can put an end to your drug and alcohol abuse and give you the advice and practical skills you need to fight your cravings so you do not relapse.

If you feel you or a loved one has an addiction to drug and alcohol and needs to be referred for Drug and Alcohol Rehab Wales admission then you can contact a health practitioner in Wales to help guide you through the admissions process for drug and alcohol rehab Wales.

  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Cocaine Addiction
  • Heroin Addiction
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Sleeping Pills
  • Bulimia

Rehabilitation for drug addiction is available and we strive to help equip you with the skills needed to continue your recovery once you have left the residential treatment. Rehabilitation is available on the NHS and referrals can be made quickly if funding has been agreed already.

Residential Care

We believe that offering you treatment away from home and the daily stresses of your life are the best way of dealing with drug addiction and alcohol addiction.

In addition to people being referred for alcohol admissions and drug admissions, we also offer treatment for other issues such as narcotics addiction and general mental health problems.

Our residential treatment programs offer you the chance of rehabilitation in an environment where experienced specialists are available to encourage you on your journey to recovery.

Residential treatment clinics provides you with an environment that is conducive to healing and gives you the opportunity to experience a range of treatments methods designed to help you.

Get in touch with us today so we can talk about your needs and how your addiction started, underlying mental health concerns and causes of your dependence on drugs and alcohol. We can then create a bespoke programme of therapy that is tailored to suit your needs. If your budget is low, we can provide treatment for you as an out-patient so you do not have to stay overnight at our centre.

However, we do recommend in-patient care, as this means that clients do not have the various distractions of everyday life around them, and are not tempted to seek and purchase drugs/alcohol. Our staff consists of highly experienced counsellors, therapists, instructors and psychologists and are available to anyone based in Wales.


Detox and rehabilitation

When you opt for Cassiobury Court treatment for drug or alcohol rehab, you will receive the very best care and we will help you to slowly detox your body of the harmful substances you have been consuming. Our ethos is that any addiction can be cured with the right amount of support, motivation and successful therapy. Our programmes focus on the physical and mental sides of an addiction, so we can heal both mind and body.

Typical therapies at Cassiobury Court involve 1-2-1 speech therapy, family counselling, 12-step programmes, psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). These techniques have been successful over decades in helping addicts come to terms with and successfully beat their addictions.  Many patients have found these therapies to be successful in helping them control their cravings.


Detoxing in a safe, secure facility

You should never attempt a ‘cold turkey’ detox on your own, as this can have dangerous consequences for your body and mind. If you are addicted to a substance or alcohol, your body becomes dependent on it and this causes chemical changes in the brain.

As a result, if you suddenly stop taking the substance or quit drinking, your body goes into a state of withdrawal, which can produce some uncomfortable, if not dangerous side effects. The main goal of seeking alcohol or drug rehab in Wales is to detox your body from a substance you have become addicted to in a safe and secure environment.

Our staff are greatly experienced in helping others to cope with the side effects of withdrawal and can administer medications such as Diazepam or Librium to ease any difficult symptoms. We always thoroughly assess you before treatment begins to make sure that we can cater to your needs and get the best outcome possible.

To help your body with the healing and recovery process, we may also decide that vitamin supplements or injections are necessary, as drug or alcohol addiction can drain this vitamin from the body. If you are addicted to heroin, we may opt for a heroin substitute to help ease withdrawal symptoms.

During the ‘acute’ detox phase you will be assessed carefully at all times to see how your body is reacting to the detox, and to make sure the process is safe. You should expect withdrawal symptoms to be at their strongest for the first five days of the detox process.

If you are detoxing, we recommend remaining at our centre for at least 10-14 days so that we can monitor your progress and give support or medicines if required. The length of your stay with us will depend on how comfortable you feel and your general progress to full health.


Do I really need rehab?

It can be difficult to know whether your addiction is severe enough to consider drug or alcohol rehab in Wales. Answer the questions below, giving honest ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answers. Try not to think too much about the answers – be truthful with your responses and say what comes naturally to you.

  1. Are you related to someone with a drink or drug problem?
  2. Have others influenced your decision to take drugs or start drinking more heavily?
  3. Is your drinking and/or drug use as a result of a negative life change such as losing your home, job, or the break-up of a marriage?
  4. Do you feel that your drinking or drug taking is out of control?
  5. Are you always thinking about taking drugs or drinking alcohol?
  6. Do you experience a ‘release’ when you take drugs or consume alcohol?
  7. Do you feel very low, experience mood swings or feel unwell during periods when you are not consuming drugs or alcohol?

If you have replied with a ‘yes’ to three or more of the above questions, please call us to see how we can help you put your addiction behind you. If you need alcohol or drug rehab services in Wales, get in touch with us at Cassiobury Court today on 01923 369 161.


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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