We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Archway

Published by Raffa Bari

When looking to visit and complete drug and alcohol rehab, an admissions process must first be worked through to access the right type of support. The admissions process is in fact the moment where an understanding is made, to clearly gauge the needs of each client, from suitable treatment recommendations to the length of rehab.

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Working through the admissions process is a preparational step, found at the beginning of every exposure to alcohol or drug rehab. Whichever rehab clinic you select to recover from, expecting to complete this step will be indefinite.

Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Archway, here at Cassiobury Court, you can look to complete an efficient admissions process, to access the care, treatment and support you deserve.

Contact our team today to recognise what’s ahead through our comprehensive offering of drug and alcohol rehab.


The rehab admissions process

The admissions process has a deeper meaning than moving clients from considering rehab, to actively completing it. Its role focuses on securing suitability against the offering of drug and alcohol rehabilitation. From treatment service recommendations and the length of rehab to the context of support, this efficient yet impactful process will prepare both parties for what’s ahead.

The process into rehab starts with your enquiry, which you can complete today if suitable, through our admissions team here at Cassiobury Court. At this point, emotional support and guidance will be accessible, standing as early advice surrounding drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

Advancing forward, here’s where an understanding will be made, through a confidential screening process. Gauging available services and the suitability of programmes via a drug and alcohol rehab in Archway will be the aim of this step.

Admission will then be marked with a specific day to enter rehab and begin the rehabilitation journey that’s ahead. Arrangements will be made to make this possible for you on a safe and personalised basis. During your initial admission, a further assessment will be made to clinically deem the suitability of rehab for this current time, offering assured recommendations.

Recognised as necessary when linked to inpatient rehabilitation, expecting a confidential yet thorough admissions process is encouraged.


Visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Archway

For inpatient rehab, completing the above admissions process will be required to access a drug and alcohol rehab in Archway. By doing so, committing to a personal journey of drug and alcohol rehabilitation will be set, all catered around your personal needs and expectations.

Areas that will be considered, to form your rehabilitation programme will include:

  • Your budget, to define the availability, length, and contents of rehab
  • Your physical and psychological health, to lead treatment recommendations
  • Your addiction type and history, to contribute towards recommendations
  • Your recovery goals, to forecast for long-term recovery
  • Your personal needs to ensure that inpatient rehab can be comfortable
  • Your overall requirements to secure suitable support and resources

Through confidential information, including the above, visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Archway will provide you with the safest, most effective rehabilitation process, tailored to your needs throughout the way. This level of personalisation is deliverable on an inpatient basis, due to the time, scope, consistency, and resources to hand.

Following a comprehensive approach to addiction recovery, Cassiobury Court is an ideal facility for London based rehab treatment.


Drug and alcohol addiction treatment

Reflecting your needs when considering your health, wellbeing and addiction severity, drug and alcohol addiction treatment services will be advocated on a personal basis. A tailored treatment programme will be formed and promoted to move you through the pinnacle areas of addiction recovery.

Detoxification is a definite recommendation due to the necessary step of drug and alcohol withdrawal. Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Archway, expecting a safe alcohol detox process is strong through a medically structured service.

To promote psychological recovery, rehabilitation efforts will be advocated, focusing heavily on therapy. Therapy will work on understanding and digesting the cause and impacts of substance abuse, along with reverting habitual changes caused by its presence. Cognitive behavioural therapy, family therapy and group therapy are suitable treatment options to fulfil this step.

Holistic treatment services are also offered throughout drug and alcohol rehabilitation to help with improving mental health, physical wellbeing, mindfulness, self-development, and relapse prevention. The aim is to develop stability, in order to confidently work towards long-term recovery.

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Services of aftercare

Aftercare services are attached to inpatient rehab, to bridge the gap between active treatment and independent recovery. Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab is an efficient process, which can be completed over a 28-day period. While pinnacle steps of addiction recovery can be fulfilled, it’s reasonable that ongoing changes and recovery efforts must be aimed for in the coming months.

The services of aftercare, focusing on support groups, therapy sessions and relapse prevention planning helps to continue such efforts, to ease life back in Archway. Aftercare is found to provide a supportive network, an outlet for accountability and direction through post-rehab life.

Due to our comprehensive offering, a tailored process can be expected throughout drug and alcohol rehabilitation here at Cassiobury Court. Completing our initial admissions process will allow for such detail, seen within active rehab and aftercare recommendations.

Drugs can affect mental health when abused consistently, due to the internal changes that such substances make. The external impacts of drug abuse can also impact mental health, due to the depressive nature of substance abuse.

As this is a common link, mental health services are available through rehab to aim for dual diagnosis recovery.

Helping a drug addict is possible by offering quality, honest and empathetic support. Through increasing awareness of addiction, offering emotional support, approaching the topic with empathy and understanding, and encouraging rehabilitation, your support can be invaluable.

We can help you with these steps to ensure that your approach is suitable, to support and motivate, rather than overwhelm and distance your loved one.

Treatment programmes including their length and contents will differ depending on personal needs and the delivery of treatment. Commonly, through inpatient treatment, a 28-day programme will be recommended, working through key areas of addiction treatment.

Find and arrange your own visit to a drug and alcohol rehab in Archway by completing our admissions process here at Cassiobury Court.

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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