Drug and Alcohol Rehab Biggleswade
What happens when I enter drug and alcohol rehab in Biggleswade?
There are a number of misconceptions about what rehab centres are like, and Cassiobury Court aims to feel as homely and comfortable as possible, so you don’t feel like you’re a patient in a hospital. When you arrive, you’ll get a warm welcome and a tour, before going for a full assessment with a counsellor. While we don’t ask for a GP referral, we will assume that you are happy for us to share details of your stay with your doctor, if you aren’t, then let us know.
The assessment will allow us to find out more about your addiction as well as your physical and mental health. We can then make suggestions to tailor your programme of detox and rehab to give you the best possible chance of success. You’ll start detox as soon as you arrive, which many people find tough, but this is an important part of your alcohol or drug rehab. The team at Cassiobury Court can help by prescribing medication to counter the worst of your side effects, as well as giving you support around the clock.
Our addiction treatments include traditional and holistic therapies, which when combined, give you an excellent chance of success. Your drug or alcohol rehab will include many sessions with an addiction counsellor, both in one on one sessions and as a group with others. This will allow you to reflect on the root causes of your addiction and learn to handle the emotions that cause you to drink of use drugs.
Wide range of addiction treatments
Cassiobury Court work with people with many different types of addiction, and sometimes those who drink to excess or use drugs will have a secondary addiction too such as shopping, sex, gambling or gaming. It’s also common for people with addictions to have problems with their mental health or eating disorders, which means they may need additional rehab treatments to deal with this dual diagnosis. Rest assured, whatever your issue, you’ll get plenty of advice, treatment and support at Cassiobury Court.
One advantage of staying in rehab centres is that you get a wider choice of treatments and have more time to go through them. When you stay with us for drug and alcohol rehab in Biggleswade, you get therapy sessions, fitness sessions, yoga and mindfulness classes, workshops and much more. The plan is to attack your addiction from all sides, giving you a new positive attitude to life, so you feel like you’ve got the right tools to succeed when you step outside of rehab.
Facilities at Cassiobury Court
When you search for drug and alcohol rehab in Biggleswade, you’ll notice there are plenty of options in the local area, but not everywhere has the level of comfort and facilities that you get at Cassiobury Court. Our centre is part of a large period building and is a converted stable building, so it’s got a cosy atmosphere. You get a private room that’s nicely decorated, giving you a place to rest in-between therapy and support groups, and can take a walk around the gardens when you need some fresh air.
The aim of Cassiobury Court is to make rehab feel like a break from everyday life, not a punishment or something to endure. As you go through your treatment plan, we want you to feel like you’re at home and can relax.
When you leave rehab
Most people spend 28 days at Cassiobury Court, which we understand in the context of your recovery journey doesn’t sound like a lot. That’s why it’s important to discuss your treatment options once you leave rehab, such as planning your aftercare. For those who complete their programme, their treatment services include a year of free aftercare in the form of regular support groups, so they can keep in touch and stay on track.
You may also want to find services around Biggleswade that deal with addiction. Bedfordshire has an integrated service for those with addiction, which can help you find post rehab support in the county. Some people find 12-step groups helpful as their journey goes on. Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous can be very good groups for those trying to rebuild their life and stay sober, and in large towns like Biggleswade there are a number of meetings. The first year after rehab can be the toughest, as it often means having to make difficult decisions to keep your sobriety, so joining local groups can help you build a support network of like-minded people.
When you need drug and alcohol rehab in Biggleswade without the waiting list, call Cassiobury Court today to find out more about your treatment options. You can speak to the team by calling us on 0800 001 4070 or by texting HELP to 83222.