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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Birmingham

Looking at drug and alcohol rehab in Birmingham?

Getting sober and living a life free from drug and alcohol addiction is a difficult task for anyone to achieve. Trying to go it alone can simply be too hard. In most cases, an addict needs external help. It’s not enough to just want to quit.

That’s where rehab centres and addiction treatment come in. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation in the United Kingdom suffers from underfunding and long wait times, so a private rehabilitation centre is often your best bet.

 

Why do people become addicted to drugs or alcohol?

This is not an easy question to answer because everyone will have different experiences and reasons. However, addiction is not a simple act and habit of taking drugs or drinking repeatedly. There’s a deeper underlying cause that you need to get to the bottom of.

Many addicts find that they have unresolved issues in childhood, a present negative scenario in their life or underlying mental health issues. All of these things are often combined and the addict feels like they have no choice but to drink or take drugs to cope. What starts as self-medication, quickly becomes a daily necessity to remain functioning.

When all seems hopeless, it’s hard to imagine that you can turn your life around. But that’s exactly what we can help you with. Our drug and alcohol rehab in Birmingham can help you get to the root of your addiction, resolve issues and get sober. We will help you rebuild your life.

 

How can we help you beat your addiction?

The reason we ask and focus so much on your underlying reasons and background is that they are vital to address when it comes to achieving sobriety.

How you react to scenarios around you may currently be unhealthy. We will work with you to build healthier habits so that you can deal with any problems now and in the future in a better way, without turning to drink or drugs.

An inpatient rehab centre is the best way to get your habits under control as it’s a safe environment. You have professionals on hand with years of experience to help you through the treatment programme.

Here at Cassiobury Court, we have lots of experience working with addicts of drugs, alcohol, prescription medication all around the country.

 

Drug and alcohol treatment at Cassiobury Court

No matter where you are in the country, our rehab clinics all provide a tailored service. So, if you’re looking for rehab centres in Birmingham, Cassiobury Court has a centre for you.

Everyone is different and therefore may require different support for their addiction.

The first thing we do when you arrive at our rehab centre is have a talk with you about why you’re here and how we can help you achieve sobriety. This will help us assess your case and get the ball rolling.

Next, it’s time for medical detox. This is the part of the process that a lot of people dread when they first come to rehab. It’s the most unpleasant but also the most vital part. You will most likely have some form of withdrawal symptoms. Don’t worry though, we will do our best to support you with and ease symptoms wherever possible.

After you have gone through detox, it’s time to begin the real work. You will receive a lot of therapy, both personal sessions and group sessions. With group sessions, a lot of people are apprehensive about sharing at first. However, most people ease into it eventually when they realise it’s a judgement-free zone where you can talk with others in the same situation as you.

You will be given a lot of tips about how to deal with triggers and avoid them wherever possible. This will help to prepare you for life outside the rehab clinic. However, we don’t just abandon you once you leave us, our aftercare team will be there for you. The aftercare treatment services will help you deal with relapse triggers and steer you in the right direction. They will aid you in developing healthy habits which will help you readjust to everyday life.

 

How do you know you’re ready for rehab?

This isn’t an easy question to answer, but bear in mind that everyone struggles to admit they need help. Everyone struggles to feel 100% ready for rehab, but holding it off forever won’t help. Delaying it only delays your recovery.

 

Signs that you are ready for rehab

Substance abuse is taking over your life

Addiction starts off small and often gradually impacts your life, getting worse and worse. It might start off by affecting your sleep pattern, damaging your relationships or getting in the way of your career. Once a stable  life becomes rocked by addiction, it’s a slippery slope that can get worse and worse.

 

Addiction-related health problems

Putting toxic substances into your body can have serious consequences. Your mental health can go downhill, but you may notice physical health problems too.

Getting ill a lot due to a weakened immune system, as well as regularly getting injured while intoxicated are just some of the problems you may face early on.  Eventually you could find yourself suffering from long term health problems such as kidney damage. This is scary stuff, and your doctor will no doubt warn you if they haven’t already.

 

What is a rehab centre really like?

Most people are surprised when they walk through our doors, expecting something quite bleak and hospital-like. Our residents get access to luxury accommodation and private rooms so that you can recover and heal in comfort and peace.

The sooner you get in touch and arrange to visit our rehab clinic, the better. If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Birmingham, we have a rehab clinic near you. Cassiobury Court has rehab centres all over the country so you can find help close by. We can also arrange transport for anyone in the Birmingham area to attend our clinic.

All you need to do is take the first step and get in touch with us. You can do so by calling us on 0800 001 4070 or by texting HELP to 83222.