Drug and Alcohol Rehab Barnstaple
Rehab treatment centres are available in Barnstaple
With a 28-day commitment to a residential rehab treatment programme, we can help you to take back control of your life and escape the unpleasantness that drug or alcohol addiction can bring you and those around you.
There are a variety of different reasons why people can develop a drug and alcohol addiction. It could be workplace stress, depression or a traumatic life event that sees someone turn to drugs or alcohol to numb the pain.
But it’s a sad fact that the number of people being diagnosed with a drug or alcohol addiction is on the up throughout the United Kingdom.
But we will not judge you for your reasons. We can offer you practical advice with a no obligation consultation over the telephone and if you would like our help, we can offer you some of the finest rehab facilities in the country.
Why not call Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070, or text HELP to 83222 and talk to us about your concerns about your addiction?
The benefits of residential rehab
When you are admitted to our modern drug and alcohol rehab clinic in Barnstaple, you will undergo a full assessment that will consider the welfare of both your body and your mind. We will assess you physically and psychologically.
When someone falls prey to a drug or alcohol addiction, there is often an underlying mental health condition that is responsible for the addiction developing in the first place.
Private rehab may not be the cheapest option, but we are fairly priced, and we can create a treatment plan that is within your budget.
Our residential alcohol and drug rehab allows you to spend 28-days free of the stress of everyday life and allows you to concentrate solely on your recovery goals.
Cassiobury Court believe that this is the most effective way to treat a drug and alcohol addiction. It allows us to get to know you as an individual and for us to highly individualise your treatment programme.
We believe that residential rehab has several benefits over outpatient treatments that are offered by the NHS and local charities.
Outpatient treatment is effective for some people, but this involves a recovering addict returning to their homes at nights and at weekends.
A difficult homelife is often part and parcel of an addiction and it’s all too easy for someone to fall back into their old ways when not in rehab.
With a residential rehab you are always able to remain in the care of Cassiobury Court and you won’t be able to get involved with bad influences, whether that be places or people. A relapse is far less likely following residential rehab and your long-term recovery is important to us.
The difficulties of detox
Your physical treatment will need to take priority when you’re admitted to Cassiobury Court, and most clients will need to undergo an alcohol detox.
This is not a nice process but removing the toxins from your body is essential.These toxins will have gathered in your system as a result of sustained drug or alcohol abuse.
However, your body will not react well to this, and withdrawal symptoms will see you craving drugs or alcohol. This is a very testing part of your treatment, as withdrawal symptoms can range from uncomfortable to quite dangerous.
Most people suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction have tried a detox of their own at home but find that after a few days the pain of withdrawal symptoms becomes too much to bear and they return to substance abuse.
This also inadvertently makes people feel like they are failures and can add to the already considerable mental health difficulties someone is experiencing.
When you undertake a detox with us, we will be here for you every step of the way with round the clock care. Our medical staff will also be able to issue you with prescription medication to alleviate your symptoms if that’s required.
This medication acts as a sedative, which will allow you to get through this difficult part of the treatment with a little bit more ease.
A detox can last for anything varying from a few days to a few weeks depending on the severity of your addiction.
Therapy in Barnstaple
When your detox has been completed, you will be able to take part in a variety of different therapies. We combine traditional therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and group therapy, with more holistic approaches like yoga lessons and exercise classes.
Your therapy is an important part of your treatment. We will help you to understand your addiction and will treat the root cause of your illness. This should significantly reduce the possibility of you suffering from a relapse in the future.
All too often, your addiction is treated but any underlying mental health conditions are not. At Cassiobury Court, if we have a dual diagnosis, you will be treated for both your addiction and underlying conditions.
Group therapy is a particularly useful tool, although some clients need a little persuasion to take part. Sharing your problems with a group might not appeal initially, but there are many benefits to meeting your fellow recovering addicts.
You can learn from their experiences and coping techniques and establish a support network for when you leave our care.
You will also have an aftercare package, which will prepare you for the return to your normal life in Barnstaple. You’ll have access to a 24-hour helpline, and we will provide you with all the tools required for your ongoing recovery journey.
Call for a no obligation discussion today
We appreciate that asking for help is difficult, but we are experienced in the field of treating drug or alcohol addiction. We will not judge you or your situation, but we can help you to start the long journey of recovery.
Please contact Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070, or text HELP to 83222 and let us help you to regain control of your life.