We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Braintree

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Braintree, Cassiobury Court is just an hour away in a leafy suburb of Watford, creating the perfect backdrop to heal.

We provide 24/7 support to those suffering from alcohol or drug addiction in our world-class rehab centre, with a team of highly professional and experienced counsellors who can help you through the process. If you feel that your addiction is taking over your life and that you want to start living again, all you need to do is pick up the phone and start your journey today.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Braintree

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We offer residential treatment near Braintree

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Braintree

Seeking help

Addictions often involve large amounts of denial, and if you’ve finally admitted you have a problem, or you have a loved one who has agreed to treatment, then the last thing you want is a long wait for help. Unfortunately, the NHS is stretched at the moment, so it can take a while to be referred to basic detox clinics, let alone to a full treatment programme. In the meantime, the addiction can escalate, putting the person with the addiction at risk of worsening health. That’s why many people are now seeking private addiction treatment, and Cassiobury Court offer comprehensive programmes that are designed to treat a range of addictions.

While you may have found this page while searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Braintree, you may want to consider whether staying somewhere local is suitable. One reason that residential rehab works so well is that the person with the addiction is away from negative influences, as well as potentially toxic relationships. If you’re struggling with drug, alcohol or other substance abuse issues, then it’s better to spend time away from the everyday stresses of life, and if you’re away from home it’s much more difficult to get your hands on your drug of choice.


24/7 support

While friends and family are important to the healing process, one of the advantages of alcohol or drug rehab is that you get 24/7 support from professionals. Detox can often take several days, and our treatment process is generally 28 days, during which you’ll always have someone on hand when you need them most.

During your stay at Cassiobury Court, you’ll go through a comprehensive treatment programme of individual, group and even family therapy if needed. You’ll undergo holistic treatments that can help with any health problems, and there are workshops that can give you the tools you need for long term recovery. There’s not one magic treatment that can cure addiction, we use a combination of therapies that give you the best chance of success, and if you complete our treatment programme and aftercare, you can an excellent chance of overcoming a drug and alcohol addiction.


Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

  • Intensive form of addiction treatment
  • High recovery rates
  • Aftercare support
  • 24/7 support in luxury facilities
  • Treatment programmes can be expensive
  • Rehab may not be in local area
  • May need to take time off work
  • Time away from family and friends

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Breaking negative cycles

When you stay at Cassiobury Court, we want you to learn how to live life again, free from substance abuse. The first step is a detox, which is medically supervised, and we can provide prescription medication to make the process easier. Once the drugs or alcohol are out of your system, you’ll no doubt feel a lot more clear headed, and ready to tackle your addiction. With therapy such as CBT, you can work out the causes and triggers of your addiction and learn tools to avoid temptation. You may be away from home, but we can always arrange for family members to visit and undergo therapy with you, which can help heal bonds and help them understand your condition.

At Cassiobury Court, you’ll meet others with similar issues that are seeking treatment. A big part of drug or alcohol rehab is group therapy, and this can be an excellent opportunity to talk to others who’ve gone through the same thing, learning from each other. Residential rehab has the advantage of allowing you to try lots of different treatment options, so during your stay you’ll have plenty of time to find therapy that works for you.


A homely environment

Whether you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Braintree for yourself or a loved one, you want to ensure that the place you choose feels like home. Rehab shouldn’t feel like a stay in hospital or a punishment, which is why we’ve worked hard to make Cassiobury Court into a homely environment. Set in a leafy suburb of Watford, it’s the ideal location for those looking for rehab in Braintree, and this comfortable home has private rooms, lovely communal areas and well-kept gardens.

Going into rehab can be an anxiety-inducing experience, but if you’re looking for treatment for addiction in Braintree then it’s often the best choice. We ensure you get a warm welcome when you arrive at Cassiobury Court, and we carry out a full assessment of your physical and mental health to ensure that we meet your needs.


Get advice today

While you make think that rehab is an extreme measure, it might be exactly what you need to change your life. If you’re still in two minds about whether it’s right for you, all you need to do is call the team and discuss your specific needs. We often work with family members who are looking for help for a reluctant loved one and can help arrange an intervention if appropriate. We can also discuss the costs involved with rehab and ways to make it easier for you to pay, with a number of packages available to suit your needs.

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Braintree, call the team at Cassiobury Court on 01923 369 161 or simply text HELP to 83222 and we’ll get in touch with you.

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