We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Berwick

Published by Raffa Bari

Are you unsure whether visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Berwick is for you?

At Cassiobury Court, we regularly receive concerns or questions around localised drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Berwick

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Berwick

Naturally and rightly so, many individuals will question their ability to remain close to home, to their current life fuelled by drugs and alcohol while completing addiction treatment.

Others will thrive through this familiarity, using closeness as a motivator to complete drug and alcohol rehab.

With this in mind, down to the fact that responses differ from person to person, when focusing on localised rehab programmes, there’s no right or wrong answer, until we consider your needs.

Your personal needs, along with your addiction makeup and response to remaining in Berwick will guide the way. This is when you’ll know whether a drug and alcohol rehab in Berwick is for you.

For those clients who do prefer distance, we provide a residential alcohol and drug rehab clinic, set away in Watford, allowing individuals to thrive through a neutral and relaxing setting.

This will motivate them, rather than closeness, down to the fact that they have the opportunity to truly focus on themselves, their addiction recovery journey, and their future.

If you’re questioning localised recovery, it’s time to learn why, along with how residential rehab at Cassiobury Court can support you.


How reliable will selecting a drug and alcohol rehab in Berwick be?

As we’ve briefly shared above, reliability of localised recovery will depend on your personal needs. While comfort or convenience may be a high priority for you, it’s important to consider your ability to remain close to Berwick, while completing the tests of rehab.

Will you be able to cope through withdrawal symptoms while experiencing familiarity with your current lifestyle? Many individuals struggle with this, as they associate places, people or experiences with their current life, which naturally distracts them through rehab.

Down to this localised recovery will not be reliable. With this in mind, it is important to look internally and consider the viability of selecting a drug and alcohol rehab in Berwick.

If you have any doubts, selecting residential rehab, set away will be beneficial, ensuring that you’ll have the right environment to recover from, while preserving physical and psychological health, motivation, and recovery capabilities.


Can I complete outpatient addiction treatment?

Outpatient addiction treatment does have its benefits. It offers flexibility and a sense of freedom. It also provides clients with the ability to continue with their daily responsibilities while also completing drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

This type of rehab programme is fitting for someone who has control over their cravings. As great freedom and the necessity of self-control and independent recovery are present, it’s suited for someone suffering from substance abuse, rather than a physical and psychological addiction.

With this in mind, if you’re struggling with an addiction, outpatient addiction treatment will likely be discouraged. It spans over a longer period, which will not work well with the progressive condition of addiction.

Through this, residential rehab, offering a structured, in-house programme will be the most reliable option for you, ensuring that you can tackle the makeup of addiction, quickly.

Again, this form and degree of drug and alcohol rehabilitation are available through our treatment centre, providing clients with the best environment possible to advance through rehab.


How will I know when I’m recovered?

Signs of recovery will vary from person to person. Factors such as initial causations, the drug that they’ve been abusing, and their idea of recovery will affect this.

However, through a comprehensive rehab programme, there’s great potential for all clients to reach the foundation of addiction recovery.

The foundation of addiction recovery is where you’ll reach the sober status.

This is where you’ll have successfully withdrawn from drugs and alcohol, and you’ll also experience a change in outlooks, disengaging from the addictive tendencies of drugs and alcohol.

This is commonly a clear sign that you’re recovered on an initial scale, and that you’ll be ready to return home to Berwick for aftercare services.

Here’s where your long-term recovery journey will begin, where your efforts will need to continue post-rehab.

Ultimately, you’ll know yourself once a disconnect from drugs and alcohol have been achieved. You’ll experience clarity and a sense of freedom, helping you return home, ready to sustain sobriety.


Will I need to return to drug and alcohol rehab?

Returning to drug and alcohol rehab is something that we hope all clients can avoid. We see rehab as a singular experience, which can promote recovery if completed correctly.

However, for some, this will, unfortunately, be the case, where rehab hasn’t been taken seriously, or where enough effort post-rehab has been disregarded.

There are many pieces to the drug and alcohol rehabilitation puzzle which must be brought together.

We provide you with the processes to each the foundation of recovery, and also offer tools to advance towards long-term recovery. Yet, your actions post-rehab can influence whether a return to rehab is on the cards.

In most cases, future cravings or even relapse can be controlled outside of rehab. By utilising aftercare services, by maintaining a positive lifestyle, and by using a relapse prevention plan as a backup, sobriety can be maintained.

Yet, for some, returning to rehab may be a future idea, unfortunately down to a lack of engagement.

You can control whether returning to Berwick is a positive or negative step, either aiding or deterring your recovery capabilities. Select positivity by embracing the entire puzzle of addiction recovery.


Why is it so hard to overcome addiction?

Unfortunately, addiction is difficult to overcome. This is down to its complex makeup, targeting both physical and psychological associations.

Down to the fact that great difficulties can present themselves, this is exactly why you must look to either visit a drug and alcohol rehab in Berwick, or residential rehab, depending on your needs.

Those complexities will differ from person to person. Addiction makeup will differ from person to person. With this in mind, different types and degrees of drug and alcohol rehab must be available, to reduce the challenges of addiction recovery.

A comprehensive programme must also be completed to tackle each phase of addiction. Physical withdrawal must be aimed for, psychological intervention must be activated, working through personal causations must be completed, and relapse prevention must be prioritised.

This is down to the significant changes in which drugs and alcohol influence, soon turning into a habit, soon turning into a testing illness to suppress.

You can, however, overcome those difficulties, experience the positives of residential rehab, and return to Berwick for long-term recovery with our guidance at Cassiobury Court.

Reach out today to experience a personal rehab programme, catered around your needs.


What our Clients Say


Jo Alistoun
Jo Alistoun
Id like to thank everyone at Cassiobury Court and I mean everyone, nobody excluded, who helped me with my recovery. I was always treated with love and respect. Everyone is helpful, kind and always very professional with a great sense of humour This is the most wonderful place, I was so scared and afraid on my first day but within hours I found myself laughing and feeling safe - I just knew I was in the right place. The staff are simply out of this world. The location is peaceful, beautiful and the accommodation/food excellent My journey at Cassiobury helped me get on the right side of the road, I stayed focused and happy to say - today I'm still sober Today I can start living "one day at a time", they have given me a new life filled with hope, peace and love. Ive never felt happier Jo
Rosie M
Rosie M
I spent 2 weeks at Cassiobury, really think it might have saved my life, Jane walked me in on the first day and told me I wouldn't want to leave by the end of it, she wasn't wrong. Every member of staff were amazing and so supportive. Having had two not so good experiences at other rehabs I was very nervous and in a really bad way, at my worst point in drinking ever and thinking there was no way out, but now I feel better than I have in 4 years :) so apprecitive to literally everyone there, so welcoming and understanding. The food is amazing too, and will cater to your needs, felt so looked after and genuinely cared for, will forever be grateful for this experience x
Nimra Khan
Nimra Khan
Going for an experience of rehabilitation can be an extremely daunting one. Most people arrive broken, emotionally, financially and spiritually bankrupt; and most of all, they feel alone. My experience at Cassiobury Court exceeded all my wildest expectations. Immediately, I was swept up in a system of support, understanding and care. The staff was incredible - professional yet loving. The sessions there provided me with a solid foundation and understanding of my issues, leaving me equipped to deal with the outside world upon my discharge. The environment inside was like family where close ties were soon formed with no judgements being passed and only mutual care being cultivated. It was one of the most enriching experiences of my life and I am so grateful for having had this opportunity to pause my life and work on my well being towards a more wholesome future. If you’re needing help, this place is the best choice. You’ll be in great hands, highly recommended!
Eye Wonder
Eye Wonder
Cassiobury Court is a Unique Rehabilitation Facility I can’t thank the team at Cassiobury Court enough for their support through one of the lowest points of my life. From the management down to the recovery team, therapists, catering team, medical team, maintenance team and housekeepers. They all go above and beyond for the people in their care. Many of the staff members have personally been affected by addiction, so understand how it feels like to be at your lowest most broken point in life. It’s especially helpful for people going through their first rehab where they are gently led to understand their addiction and supported by a team of therapists. For anyone whose unfortunate enough to have had a relapse, they welcome you back without judgement and it’s like seeing old friends. The catering team are fantastic and will accommodate any dietary requirements. They have a simple aim - to nourish you back to health. The full English breakfast, regular roasts, salad bars, snacks and late night sandwiches are to die for. You can talk to the recovery team at anytime of the day, even if its just for a hug or reassurance. I know I've needed a hug on a couple of occasions. The experience at Cassiobury is very intimate, with around 25 guests at anytime all of whom quickly become a community providing support and will quickly climatise and welcome any newcomers. They too were anxious and confused when they first arrived. The internet and wifi has excellent coverage and it’s great to have Netflix available in your bedroom. You can also use your phone as long as your respectful of others. I’d like to especially thank Rebecca for her helping me at my most vulnerable and for her aftercare plan. I’d also like to make a shout out to Martin whose recovery sessions and general advice are always on point. Ollie for his super charged sessions and a Pauli for his breath coaching. Oh and you also get 12 months of aftercare with a weekly midday zoom call... I will end this by saying that with any rehab, you get what you put in. Go in with an open mind and use the time their to reset your life and deal with any demons from the past. Be truthful and honest with your piers and leave the past behind at Cassiobury Court. Then walk out of the gates to your new life. I wish you well in your recovery journey. Mr NA - West London
Fabian Conway
Fabian Conway
I was admitted to Cassiobury Court on Tuesday 3rd January 2023 for a 28 day period, suffering from alcohol addition. Having not been in rehab previously, I was unsure what to expect, Cassiobury Court provides detoxification, group sessions/discussions and 1-2-1's to its Clients in a relaxed atmosphere whilst also encouraging the completion of the 1st 3 steps from the AA 12 step programme. Anyway, everyone was very welcoming and I spent the 1st few days in the detoxification process, in which my sleep and appetite returned. I also felt very comfortable and had no compulsion to drink alcohol. From the start of the following week, I started attending the group sessions and numerous 1-2-1 sessions with counsellors, key workers or therapists. I have found everyone at Cassiobury Court, management, counsellors, key workers, medical staff, chefs and cleaning staff to be excellent n being very welcoming, enthusiastic and approachable at any time, with an effort on our recovery. The group therapy is excellent and the fellow clients support each other in recovery. The accommodation is excellent and the food (breakfast, lunch, dinner with late night sandwiches) are also excellent. You can get hot drinks, a range including water, teas, herbal teas, coffee and hot chocolate and yoghurts, fruit and biscuits, 24 hours/day. They offer an excellent weekly laundry service where your clothes are returned clean and folded within a few hours. Also, they provide a 12 month support service which involve weekly Zoom meetings. I left on Tuesday 31st January 2023 , in a much better place having competed the 1st 3 AA steps, and willing and ready to follow the AA 12 Step Programme. I would highly recommend Cassiobury Court to anyone who is looking for a alcohol or drug rehabilitation service. Finally, a big thank you, to all the staff at Cassiobury Court..
Michelle P
Michelle P
I have spent some time at Cassiobury Court over the last 6 months and cannot speak more highly of the experience. I admitted myself for alcohol addiction and was very scared when I arrived and did not have any idea what to expect. The staff could not have been kinder to me. I wanted to leave on day 2 because I was very anxious and out of my comfort zone, but fortunately staff members calmed me down and I ended up staying which I am very glad about. The schedule is very good with group sessions, some one on one sessions and therapy sessions. The food is excellent and the chefs are very accommodating if you wish to have something different. There is a daily trip to the local shop to get any bits you may need. All the staff are amazing, the recovery workers, the management, the chefs and kitchen staff and all that work at Cassiobury are all so caring and it really shows. You have time to get to know the rest of the group and I ended up building close bonds and have kept in contact with many that I met in Cassiobury (and I bump into people I met at meetings outside as well as on the aftercare calls). All in all, if your are considering a treatment centre then I would highly recommend Cassiobury Court, I am very grateful for my time there.
Deborah Smith
Deborah Smith
Just completed 28 days at Cassiobury Court and I am pleased to say it has been a positive experience. I have received compassionate expert care from the staff team here who have an in-depth knowledge of addiction. My key workers have been an inspiration and have been by my side every step of the way providing a range of interventions to help me work through my addiction issues. I have been treated with kindness, privacy, dignity and respect. I leave having gained confidence and the power to succeed. Thank you to all at Cassiobury court.
Billy Price
Billy Price
I came here on January 2023. I was consumed by an alcohol addiction. I was at an all time low. Family and friends found this place for me, this was my first treatment. I felt very welcome upon entering the gates. All staff took great care of me.I was given a medical detox this made the start of the stay here very comfortable. I stayed here for 28 days and was given one on one therapy treatment, group sessions and external recovery meetings. The staff are very understanding and fair. I was given the tools and a brilliant foundation to achieve my goal with great support. Whilst staying here I started to realise there is light at the end of the tunnel to live in a positive and rewarding life if I keep myself focused. I am grateful for to have been here. My advice would be to take the first steps to get the help you need.
Where do I even start… This has been my second time in there as a year ago when I was there, I didn’t take the program seriously enough and I just wanted to get clean from drugs. However after having a few months sobriety, then relapsing as I didn’t do what was suggest to me! I ended up going back for 28 days. Let me tell you, that this experience was a one in a lifetime and I took everything on board, attended all sessions and did exactly what I was told! Every single member of staff at cassiobury go above and beyond for their clients. They put time and effort into all of us and someone is always there for you to talk to day or night. There is a huge range of sessions which you can attend and this give you the knowledge of your addiction. You also have counselling sessions once a week which helps massively🙏🏼 Cassiobury court feels like your home with your family. Leaving today was so tough as I left so many amazing people behind there. However this is the new start of my journey, I have the right tools behind me this time and I would never of been able to do it without cassiobury. Also big up the chiefs there! The food is AMAZING!!!!! I put on over a stone in 4 weeks…I think that says it all! Thank you cassiobury for giving me a new and improved way of living.
Tim Pullman
Tim Pullman
When I came in to Cassiobury I was all over the place my life was in chaos caused by me. I didn’t know what to expect when I arrived, I had been in another rehab before. I didn’t have a good experience there unfortunately. At Cassiobury I made the effort to be around everyone and learn, taking part in everything which is the only way to learn. The thing I really love about Cassiobury are staff who are in recovery themselves which is amazing - they point you in the right direction from their own experiences which has made all the difference to me. It’s been massive for me. You know when you are talking to staff they have done it themselves. Every single staff have been brilliant, they have different approaches and which has been the best therapy for me as they understand what I’ve been going through. I felt safe at Cassiobury which gave me a sense of relief and helped me to relax, release my anxieties and fears focusing on what I needed to do - from feeling broken I feel repaired. I cannot fully express what this is done for me. I can’t fault this place from the top to the cleaners. I leave Cassiobury with more understanding about addiction than I’ve ever had. I’ve got the tools I need which gives me the courage to remain sober. My loved one found this place and I’m so grateful that she did! She made a huge effort for me. You will get everything you need if you want it - don’t waste the opportunity. For me Cassiobury court will work for you but you need to work for yourself while you’re there - you won’t regret it.
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.

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