Drug and Alcohol Rehab Ascot
Addiction can strike people from all walks of life at any point in their lives. Even in pleasant areas such as Berkshire, you’ll find people looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Ascot. Whether it’s because their drinking is out of control, or they’ve become addicted to a legal or illegal substance, rehabilitation programmes may be their only hope to turn their life around. Cassiobury Court is less than an hour from Ascot, offering residential drug rehab programmes that combine scientifically proven methods with holistic treatments.
Getting help with Cassiobury Court
You may have already tried to get help through the NHS, but found yourself on a long waiting list, which can be very frustrating when you just want to get better. When you look for Ascot rehab, you’ll find lots of options such as outpatient therapy, but this isn’t suitable for everyone. Addiction is a disease, and it’s unlikely that you’ll heal in the long term without professional help.
Cassiobury Court have worked hard to make the admissions process as easy as possible, so you can be admitted quickly and get on with the programme. When you call us, we carry out an initial assessment over the phone, which allows both parties to decide whether this treatment is right for you. If you decide to go ahead, we can often admit you within 48 hours, and can even make arrangements such as transport, so all you need to do is pack.
Of course, we also carry out a full assessment when you arrive, before your addiction treatment begins. This means we can discuss your specific needs, what you hope to achieve, and what we can do to help you achieve it.
Going through detox
If you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Ascot, then you’re no doubt interested in going through a detox, and it’s the first step for most people who come to Cassiobury Court. It’s simply not possible to recover from alcohol or drugs unless they’re out of your body, and this can give you a new mental clarity which can help you through the rest of rehab.
Many people choose residential rehab such as Cassiobury Court as it means they can go through a medically supervised detox. We offer you prescription drugs that have a slightly sedative effect, so you don’t feel the withdrawal symptoms as harshly. During this time, you’ll be well looked after and monitored by our team and can enjoy the pleasant surroundings of Cassiobury Court.
Counselling for addiction
While some rehab providers offer detox only programmes, we recommend you stay with us for a 28-day programme, which allows you to go through intensive therapy. If you’re serious about making a full recovery and staying away from drugs and alcohol in the long term, then it’s worth committing this time to undergoing rehab, as it really can change your life.
During your month-long programme, you’ll undergo therapy on a one-to-one basis, as well as group sessions, all of which are led by experienced addiction counsellors. This allows you to think about the causes and triggers of your addiction and teaches you the tools you need to stay sober in the long term. There are also sessions of mindfulness, yoga and other holistic treatments, all of which are designed to help you outside of rehab.
Aftercare from Cassiobury Court
When you leave Cassiobury Court, you aren’t out there on your own. We understand that the first year after rehab can be extremely tough, so we offer 12-months of free aftercare to anyone who completes their 28-day programme. We may also put you in touch with local organisations for long term health and social care, allowing you to get support once you leave us.
Choosing residential rehab
When you’re looking at options for rehab, it’s worth considering residential rehab, especially if you’ve tried other types of rehab before and relapsed. When you stay with us, it’s extremely difficult to get hold of drugs or alcohol, therefore removing the temptation to relapse. While you may be specifically looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Ascot, it’s worth considering going a little further away, which makes Watford an ideal location. It means that you can get away from the everyday stresses of life, allowing you to re-evaluate your life and break out of negative cycles.
At Cassiobury Court, you get high quality 24/7 support delivered by experienced, professional staff. Your stay with us is completely confidential, and everything is taken care while you are here, allowing you to relax and simply focus on your recovery.
Cassiobury Court is set in a leafy suburb, set in a peaceful part of Watford close to a large park. It has large grounds and is homely and welcoming, offering single and en-suite rooms on request. We don’t believe in locking people up, and the clinic doesn’t have the stark feel of a hospital, so you feel supported rather than being punished by staying here. While you are at Cassiobury Court, we offer catered meals, activities, fitness sessions and laundry services, with everything included in the overall cost, making us excellent value for money.
Is rehab right for me?
The best way to find out whether Cassiobury Court is the right choice for you is to just get in touch. Residential rehab is a big step, and sometimes we speak to people who may not be suitable for our programmes, so we recommend outreach therapy or other options instead. We want to ensure that everyone who comes to us has an excellent chance of success, and if you follow our programme, attend all your therapy sessions and aftercare, then there are excellent odds that you can stay sober in the long term, finally turning your life around.
For world-class drug and alcohol rehab in Ascot, call Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 to find out more about our services.
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.