We have Treatment Centres for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Bangor

If you live in Bangor, or the surrounding areas, and are struggling to find a specialist drug and alcohol rehab that treats your specific issues with addiction, instead of administering a “one-size-fits-all” approach to addiction treatment, then Cassiobury Court’s drug and alcohol rehab in Bangor is just the place for you. 

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Bangor

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

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Bangor

No matter how long you have been battling your addiction on a daily basis, there is still a way for you to break free from the terrible cycle of addiction — and that is with the help of professional addict specialists, such as those who we employ at Cassiobury Court.

Our teams of understanding, highly-qualified therapists and medical care workers are ready and waiting to help you forge a new life of sobriety, all you need to do is reach out and call us on 0800 001 4070.

You may not have thought about private, residential drug rehab as a treatment option for your addiction before, but residential addiction treatment is one of the most effective and proactive forms of treatment you can choose.

Overcoming addiction requires consistent, intensive, and specialised treatment in order to overcome it for the long term, and that is what we provide you with here at our rehabilitation centres.

We offer a course of treatment that will help you from the initial detox stages, through the psychological treatments, all the way through your complimentary 12-month aftercare programme to help you with post-rehab life.

Choosing to overcome your drug and alcohol abuse with the help of Cassiobury Court is a big commitment, but it is a commitment that is necessary for you to actually break free from your addiction — and, importantly, to stay clean.

Why Should You Choose Cassiobury Court?

Our facilities are all filled with teams of staff who have an extensive array of skills and experience when it comes to dealing with the likes of drug and alcohol abuse, relapse prevention planning, as well as depression, anxiety, and many other forms of mental health illnesses which addiction can cause an individual to present with simultaneously.

We not only have some of the best therapists in the industry at our facilities, but we also work closely with individuals who have overcome drug and alcohol abuse themselves and managed to forge a new life free from addiction.

Most of our treatment programmes last for a duration of twenty-eight days, and all of our packages come with access to a free year-long aftercare programme which is specially designed to help all of our clients avoid relapsing.

The first year after completing a recovery programme is absolutely integral to long-term recovery, and so we want to make sure that you pass through this period with as much support as is physically possible.

Are You Ready To Get The Most Out Of Recovery?

Before you jump straight into a course of recovery treatment here at Cassiobury Court, or anywhere for that matter, it is important to make sure that you are really committed to the idea of overcoming your addiction.

When investing in a private residential rehab, you want to make sure that you are getting a return on your investment; and, while our staff will do absolutely everything in their power to make sure that you achieved the best possible recovery, you will need to be ready to overcome some hard challenges on this journey to sobriety.

It is important to ask yourself if you are truly prepared to make appropriate changes in your life and start living without drugs and/or alcohol?

Are you also ready to do whatever it takes to make it through detoxification and your psychological treatments which will cause you to confront the underlying causes of your addiction? Are you ready to trust in the process of rehabilitation?

We hope that your answer is “yes” to these questions, as that is what will be required of you during your stay with us — and, if you did answer “yes” then you will be ready to successfully forge a life free from addiction with our help.

What Can You Expect From A Course Of Treatment At Our Centre?

You will find below some of the main stages of recovery that you will go through during your course of addiction treatment at our drug and alcohol rehab in Bangor.

Detox at our detox clinic: Our state-of-the-art detox clinic is of paramount importance when it comes to overcoming long-term drug and alcohol abuse.

As your body has developed a dependency on certain substances it will naturally react poorly to not having those substances present in its system as you begin to detox.

In order to minimise the side effects of this process, the medical staff at our detox clinic will prescribe you medication in order for you to safely endure the process of alcohol withdrawal and/or narcotics withdrawal.

Psychological treatments: As well as intensive courses of physiological treatment at our detox clinic, you will then go through a series of psychiatric treatments which will address the internal psychological issues from which your addiction has manifested.

Treatments to help with this include the likes of CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), DBT (dialectical behavioural therapy), group therapy, one-to-one psychotherapy sessions, and dual-diagnosis therapy.

Relapse prevention training: In order to make sure that you are ready to return to reality once your course of treatment is completed, our staff will help you to work out a relapse prevention plan.

This will enable you to identify negative triggers in your life, as well as how to avoid them and mental techniques to avoid giving into temptation when confronted with these triggers unexpectedly.

This relapse prevention plan will be absolutely key to achieving long-term recovery and will be very effective in combination with our complimentary aftercare programme in helping to ensure that you do not relapse.

We hope that you will choose Cassiobury Court when it comes to helping you overcome your addictive disorder, and to do this all you need to do is call us today on 0800 001 4070.

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