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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Aldershot

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We offer residential treatment that is close to the Hampshire area.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Aldershot

If you’re looking for rehabilitation clinics in Hampshire or the surrounding areas, then consider Cassiobury Court. We are based in Watford, less than an hour’s drive away, so if you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Aldershot, then our location is ideal. Getting over an addiction without support is almost impossible, and it’s important to seek addiction treatment as soon as possible before further damage is caused to your mental and physical health. In many cases, the damage caused by a drug or alcohol addiction is reversible with the right rehab programme, and it starts with a simple call to our team today.


Should I start looking for rehab centres?

In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of rehabilitation clinics in the UK, which has started to remove the stigma associated with going to rehab. It also means it’s become more available to people from all walks of life, whereas in the past it was seen as something that only celebrities and rich people would undertake.

There can be many things that motivate someone to look for drug or alcohol rehab. Sometimes it’s because their drug problem has taken its toll on their health, perhaps making a mental health issue worse, or causing physical issues. There can sometimes be a point where people feel motivated to finally seek help for a drink or drug addiction, perhaps because of a job loss, relationship breakdown or legal troubles. No matter what your situation, the team at Cassiobury Court will be happy to discuss whether our programmes are right for you.


Why should I choose residential rehab?

When you search for drug and alcohol rehab in Aldershot, you’ll be presented with many different treatment options, including outpatient and home detox programmes. However, in our experience, it’s better to go through recovery away from home. There will always be temptations close to home, such as friends who enjoy drinking or drug use, which can make your recovery complicated. Spending just 28 days at our rehab clinic gives you time and space to process your emotions, and could give you tools that you use for the rest of your life.


Should I choose to go private?

Private rehab is seen as a luxury, and although it is a big expense for most people, Cassiobury Court offer different treatment packages to suit different budgets. Many people look for drug and alcohol rehab in Aldershot because their addiction is costing them money, whether it’s from buying drugs or because they’ve lost their job, so when you compare this to the cost of a month of rehab, the healing option is preferable.

Keep in mind that our high-quality rehab centre offers support 24 hours a day, making it excellent value for money. Cassiobury Court is a homely, welcoming centre with single rooms for privacy and world-class facilities. We also include everything you need in our packages, such as chef catered meals and activities, so we feel our prices reflect the quality of our service.

Going private can also be a good option if you have tried different types of therapy before and not completed them successfully. The problem with some NHS treatments is that they are one-size-fits-all, rather than tailored to the individual. If you have alcohol and drug addictions, there are likely to be complex reasons behind it, and these need to be explored in therapy. We always carry out a full assessment and discuss your options with regards to treatment, so we can find the combination that works for you.


What will happen in rehab?

After your initial assessment, you’re likely to be put on one of our detox programmes. You’re likely to suffer withdrawal symptoms, which we’ll try to minimise where possible, and you may be able to take prescription medication to help the process. Many people who look for drug and alcohol rehab in Aldershot are interested in detox only, but we don’t tend to offer this option, as we feel it needs to be combined with a rehab stay to be most effective.

Throughout your rehab stay, you’ll have intensive individual and group therapy which gives you plenty of time to talk about your addiction. Why you may feel shy, these support groups can be extremely helpful in helping you identify why you turned to addiction, and our trained counsellors will lead the discussions to ensure they are productive. We’ll also make sure you have time for holistic therapies, from fitness sessions to yoga and country walks, allowing you to heal your mind and body.

At the end of the 28 days, we don’t expect you to simply go home and get straight back to normal life. We’ll discuss aftercare programmes and how we can help you avoid a relapse. You’ll be offered 12 months of free aftercare, which can help you in those initial difficult months after rehab, and we’ll find local support organisations such as Inclusion Recovery, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, all of who can help you stay on track in the long term.


What if I have more than one addiction?

We are often contacted by people looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Aldershot who need help with more than one issue. Using alcohol and drugs can often go hand in hand, and sometimes these substances can be used to self-medicate when suffering from anxiety, depression or other mental health issues. Our team are experienced in working with people who take illegal drugs, abuse prescription medication, or are hooked on so-called ‘legal highs’, so whatever your situation, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

If you are looking for help with an addiction and need advice and support, please contact Cassiobury Court today by calling 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222.

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