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We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Berkshire

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Berkshire

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Berkshire area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Berkshire

Cassiobury Court Group offers private drug and alcohol rehabilitation services at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Berkshire centre. Unfortunately, drug addiction is a growing problem in all of England, and Berkshire is no exception to the rule. Middle-aged and affluent people living in Berkshire are now considered an ‘at risk’ group when it comes to developing an addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Fortunately, Cassiobury Court offers private addiction treatment in an environment you are accustomed to. Our state-of-the-art 21 bedroom rehabilitation centre means we’re able to offer Berkshire residents a ‘luxury’ Drug and Alcohol Rehab Berkshire service that will have you drug and/or alcohol-free in under a month.

Our private Drug and Alcohol Rehab Berkshire clinic has transformed many addicts’ lives. Our employees consist of a multi-disciplinary team of doctors, nurses and key support workers. So if you are concerned about your drug and/or alcohol use, give our admissions team a call today on 01923 369 161.

When you call, you will be greeted by a friendly and knowledgeable recovery practitioner who will talk you through a quick initial assessment. Following initial contact, you will be given an admission date. Depending on demand, we are typically able to admit you even with short notice. The majority of clients are admitted into our Berkshire rehab centre within as little as 24 hours after contact has been made.

At Cassiobury Court, we understand the decision to seek treatment for drug and/or alcohol is a tough one to make. The decision to pick up that phone and reach out for help is perhaps the most difficult and nervous decision you will make this year. However, rest assure we understand what you are going through. Many of our admissions team who answer your call for help are themselves recovered addicts.

Rehab Treatment at Cassiobury Court

At Cassiobury Court, Drug and Alcohol Rehab Berkshire truly is our speciality. We’ve been treating drug and alcohol addiction for many years. Over the years, our drug and alcohol treatment programme has continued to mature and develop. We now believe our drug and alcohol treatment programme is one of the best in the country, a statement many of our past clients will attest to.
When you choose to undergo Drug and Alcohol Rehab Berkshire with Cassiobury Court, you receive some of the best private rehabilitation treatment available today. We offer a luxury drug and alcohol rehabilitation service focusing on psychotherapy, CBT and holistic therapy. When your rehab programme begins, you are assessed by a psychiatrist. Following this assessment, you begin a medically assisted detoxification programme.

Throughout your stay at our residential rehabilitation centre, you take part in daily therapy sessions. These sessions allow you a platform to discuss and diffuse your problems in front of an empathetic and understanding audience. We offer a mixture of group and one-on-one therapy sessions to achieve this aim. You interact with medical experts, qualified therapists and other clients.
Once residential treatment concludes, you receive up to 12-months’ worth of treatment on an after-care basis. This aftercare is conducted on an outclient basis. Here, you return to our residential rehab centre during weekends. These sessions help you remain in recovery for those initial delicate 12 months following discharge from our care.

 

Contact us today

For more information please contact our admissions team today. We provide a free and utterly confidential helpline. Call today on 01923 369 161 or alternatively contact us through this website.

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