We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Bath

Published by Raffa Bari


Clinically Reviewed by Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner)

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Bath

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We offer residential treatment which is close to the Bath area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Bath

Like many populated towns and cities, drug and alcohol consumption has also increased in areas such as Bath, resulting in the need for specialised support. Drug deaths are unfortunately at an all-time high in Somerset, where 51 drug poisoning deaths were recorded in 2021. It is also estimated that 25,000 adults in Somerset binge drink, and around 6,000 people suffer from alcohol addiction.

Are you suffering alone, looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Bath, or the surrounding area? Although there are many rehab centres dotted across the UK, it is important that you find a facility which carries high success rates, along with the passion for promoting recovery. Sadly, some services cannot fully support those in need, failing to offer consistent, high-quality care and addiction treatment.

Here at Cassiobury Court, we appreciate how difficult the decision can be to attend a rehab facility. With this in mind, if you are searching for a drug and alcohol rehab centre, local to Bath, who utilises industry leading addiction treatments, designed with recovery in mind, reach out to our team today. We are specialised in addictive behavioural disorders, including drug and alcohol dependencies.

Call us today on 01923 369 161 to get started on your recovery or fill in our online contact form.


Helping You Understand Addiction & Its Impacts

To many individuals with little knowledge or experience of addiction, there’s a stigma attached; a stigma indicating that those suffering have brought on this addiction themselves.

When in fact, an addiction can affect anyone, no matter your current mental state, lifestyle or future plans. It is a behavioural illness which can be triggered by a single influence.

For some individuals, an addiction can stem from previous stressful situations or abuse. For others, drugs and alcohol may have been used as a coping mechanism, which has sadly got out of control, resulting in an addiction. Therefore, it is important that a non-judgmental approach is always followed when considering an addiction, along with always offering support.

Without the right support, a drug and alcohol addiction can be very serious. Major physical and mental health disorders are likely to develop, along with the inability to lead a happy, healthy life. Those with an addiction will continue to follow the vicious circle of consumption, with the aim to block out withdrawal symptoms and mental health issues. Therefore, it is important that some form of support and intervention is offered; something we wholly promote here at Cassiobury Court.


Cocaine Rehab in Bath

If you suffer from cocaine abuse it is important to seek professional rehab treatment from a trusted rehab centre. Cocaine addiction is extremely psychologically addictive if used often, and can result in a cycle of addiction.

Our cocaine rehab programme involves a combination of cocaine withdrawal and leading addiction treatments. Therapies are as important as the withdrawal phase of rehab, as addressing the root cause of the addiction and learning relapse prevention skills will help you to stay sober long term.

Cocaine withdrawal commonly causes symptoms of anxiety and depression, insomnia, and many people experience strong cravings for cocaine. Our medical team will monitor you throughout the process to make sure you are managing well.

Therapies often include CBT, group therapy and individual counselling for cocaine addiction treatment.


Cannabis Rehab in Bath

Cannabis addiction can result in a number of problems, so attending a cannabis rehab centre is a good option if you struggle to overcome it alone.

At Cassiobury Court, your cannabis rehab programme will begin with cannabis withdrawal to break your dependence on the drug. Once you have completed this step you will then be offered various treatment therapies to support your recovery journey.

Regular therapy sessions such as one-to-one therapy, aftercare and talking therapies help you to maintain sobriety once you return home from rehab in Bath.

Therapy at a drug and alcohol rehab in Bath


Prescription Drug Rehab in Bath

Prescription drug addiction to opioids such as Codeine, Oxycodone or Co-codamol can negatively impact your life. Private rehab centres such as ours at Cassiobury Court offer the most intensive treatment available to help you recover.

The rehab process begins with a prescription drug detox which takes place in our detox wing. This phase typically takes 7-10 days and is often considered to be the most difficult stage of rehab treatment.

During the detox process, you will be monitored and supported by our team of medical professionals, and safe detox medications may be prescribed to help you cope with withdrawal symptoms.

Therapies and aftercare are then offered to treat the psychological element of addiction. Learn more about our prescription drug rehab programme here.


Alcohol Rehab in Bath

If you require treatment for alcohol addiction, our alcohol rehab clinic can help you. In our leading addiction treatment centre, we offer medically assisted alcohol detox, as well as various therapies to help you stay sober.

Our alcohol detox programme ensures that you are safe throughout the entire process, as alcohol withdrawal symptoms such as delirium tremens and seizures can be extremely dangerous to your health. Receiving a medical detox is much safer than attempting home detox, which is why attending a residential rehab centre is so beneficial.

Various therapies are then provided after detox to help you recover for good. These include individual therapy sessions, holistic treatments, mindfulness activities and more. 1 year of free aftercare is another huge benefit of attending a private alcohol rehab in Bath.


The Benefits Of Completing A Comprehensive Rehab Programme

The biggest benefit of completing a comprehensive rehab programme is the ability to become free from addiction. For those living years with a drug and alcohol addiction will know the strain, distress and the emotional rollercoaster which is experienced; along with the impacts to their family members.

By investing into a comprehensive rehab programme where effective addiction treatments are utilised, the probability of leading a sober future is highly likely. This is possible through the consistent, immediate, specialised support available to clients, ensuring that rehab does what it says on the tin; help clients rehabilitate and realign their body and mind.

For some clients, an independent attempt to overcome an addiction may have been experienced. Likewise, future clients may believe this is possible. However, without the medical support, reducing drug and alcohol intake can be very difficult and dangerous in some cases. Additionally, without a structured rehab programme, giving into withdrawal symptoms is more likely while attempting to go cold turkey alone.

Therefore, if your aim is to remain sober for the foreseeable future, with the ability to oversee any drug and alcohol temptations, completing a rehab programme will give you the strength and tools to do so. With the right combination of support, rehabilitation is possible; something we are very proud of here in Watford.


AA and NA Meetings in Bath

There is also local support available in the area. See details below:

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Bath

  • Bath Womens

Thursday 7 pm

Southgate Room, Manvers St Baptist Church, BA1 1JW

  • Bath Young Person’s

Wednesday 7 pm

Manvers Street Baptist Church, Milsom Rm (basement), Manvers St, BA1 1JW

  • Bath On Awakening

Friday 7:30 am

St Michael’s Without, Broad St, Bath, BA1 5LJ

  • Bath Oldfield Park 

Wednesday 7:30 pm

St Bartholomew’s Church Hall, King Edward Rd, Oldfield Park, BA2 3PB

  • Bath

Thursday 7:30 pm

St John’s Church, South Parade, Manvers St, BA2 4AF

  • Bath As Bill Sees It

Monday 1 pm

Oasis Church Bath, Fountain Buildings, The Paragon, BA1 5DU


Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Bath

  • Happy Mondays

Monday 8 am

AA/NA/CA PANTRY, Oasis Church, Fountain Buildings, Bath, BA1 5DU

  • Experience, Strength & Hope Meeting

Tuesday 7 pm

The Crypt, St Michael’s Without Church, Broad Street, Bath, BA1 5LJ

  • Just For Today

Thursday 6:15 pm

Oasis Church, Fountain Buildings, Bath, BA1 5DU


Help from Local GPs in Bath

University Medical Centre

Quarry House, North Rd, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 6HE



The Pulteney Practice

35 Great Pulteney St, Bathwick, Bath, BA2 4BY



Oldfield Surgery

45 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath, BA2 3HT



Fairfield Park Health Centre

Tyning Lane, Bath, BA1 6EA



Widcombe Surgery

3-4 Widcombe Parade, Widcombe, Bath, BA2 4JT



Weston Surgery

36 Combe Park, Bath, BA1 3NR



Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

  • Intensive addiction treatment
  • Higher recovery rates than outpatient
  • 1 year of aftercare support in Bath
  • 24/7 access to professionals in luxury facilities
  • Treatment programmes can be expensive
  • Rehab is located a short distance away
  • May need to take time off work
  • Time away from loved ones

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Seek Support Local To Bath

Here at Cassiobury Court, we understand how ideal experiencing treatment in a drug and alcohol rehab in Bath, close to home will be. However, imagine the difficulty of avoiding drugs and alcohol while surrounded by your current influences? This will make recovery impossible, as temptations and usual triggers will make an appearance.

With this in mind, we recommend seeking support at a rehab centre which offers convenient, yet enough distance to work on yourself. Our Watford rehab centre will offer this for Bath locals, ensuring that a return home post rehab is probable, ready to live independently.

As this step can be difficult for some, please be reassured that our rehab centre is a home from home, offering everything you will need while you overcome your drug and alcohol addiction. Likewise, your family members will be supported throughout, ensuring that your support network is strong and prepared for your return.

This investment and dedication will serve you well, making your rehab experience worthwhile. Our rehab programmes carry significant results and have helped many clients overcome chronic addictions and mental health issues. We can help you do the same through your own personalised treatment programme.

To find out if our residential rehab centre is suitable for you, reach out to our team today on 01923 369 161. We will get to know your drug and alcohol addiction further to ensure we can cater to your needs.


Our Addiction Treatments Here at Cassiobury Court

By selecting our rehab centre, you will be provided with a personalised route to treatment. We believe that it’s important that each client is treated individually, as addictions effect clients differently.

To cater to your personal needs, a variety of medical, therapeutic and social addiction treatments will be recommended. Commonly, the rehab process will begin with a drug and alcohol detox. This is one of the most challenging treatments to complete, as immediate withdrawal symptoms make an appearance. However, once this hurdle has been completed, responsiveness to further treatment options will increase. Further treatment methods include cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational therapy and counselling sessions with family members.

Each are recommended with recovery in mind, helping to work through your mental and physical connection to drugs and alcohol. For your convenience, observations will be completed to ensure progression is continuing throughout your rehab journey. Likewise, relapse prevention classes will be promoted to prepare you for a return home to Bath.

If you are searching for a drug and alcohol rehab in Bath, consider a small relocation to our residential rehab centre here in Watford. Our specialised programmes are available immediately, helping you start your new sober life sooner than you think. Reach out today by calling 01923 369 161 to experience your own rehab journey.



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.

Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner)

Dr. Olalekan Otulana MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFSRH, FRSPH, MBA (Cantab)

 Dr Otulana is a highly experienced GP and Addiction Physician. He has a specialist interest in Substance Misuse Management and he has a wide range of experience in the assessment, management (including detoxification) and residential rehabilitation of clients with various drug and substance addiction problems.  His main aim is to comprehensively assess patients with addiction problems and determine their treatment needs for medical detoxification treatments and psychological interventions. He is also experienced in managing patients who require dual drug and alcohol detoxification treatments.

A strong healthcare services professional with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from Cambridge University Judge Business School.

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