We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Broadgreen

Published by Raffa Bari

By selecting private rehab, you’ll have the flexibility to decide between outpatient or inpatient addiction treatment. Both have a role to play through addiction recovery, catering to individual needs, lifestyles, and circumstances.

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With weekly visits in place, you can decide to visit a drug and alcohol rehab in Broadgreen, commonly achievable over a number of months. Alternatively, you can decide to check into private rehab, to complete a 28-day programme.

Both carrying different timelines, costs, and commitments, CQC standards of care, compassion and consideration will be equal through both. You can expect to experience the key benefits of private rehab, offering the highest level of quality, impact, and success.

Reach out at Cassiobury Court to make a decision on the most suitable treatment plan and its delivery, working around your needs. Residential treatment is the most favourable. Yet depending on your addiction type, we’re here to offer flexible recommendations and experiences.


What is the difference between outpatient and inpatient rehab?

Outpatient and inpatient rehab programmes are private, are effective and are accessible. Yet there are some differences between their delivery and their timelines, influencing demand.

An outpatient rehab programme is planned over a number of months. It’s delivered through weekly visits, offering regular outpatient treatment sessions. Offering 24/7 support, self-help is also promoted through the flexible and independent process that outpatient rehab motivates. Immediately accessible and consistently offered, treatment sessions are extremely flexible to work into your lifestyle.

Inpatient rehab is different as it is planned over 28 days. Clients will also check into a drug and alcohol rehab in Broadgreen, rather than visit, offering daily treatment sessions. 24/7 support is available, along with a wide range of internal resources and services to remain on track.

Residential rehab is flexible around individual needs, as programmes are bespoke. Yet a full commitment must be made by residing in rehab, impossible to complete whilst working or caring for someone else.

Treatments are effective, care is of a specialist nature and strong results are all expected through both treatment options. Yet the majority of our clients will prefer the reassuring and fast-paced offering of residential rehab here at Cassiobury Court.


Residential rehab at Cassiobury Court

Through our admissions process, a residential stay can be arranged with immediate effect. Arrangements can be made to fit your admission date around your responsibilities, transport can also be arranged, and full preparations can be secured.

On arrival, you’ll be welcomed by our friendly team, ready to help you through a 28-day drug and alcohol rehabilitation process. Detoxification will be the first step, helping you get clean from drugs or alcohol.

Addiction treatment sessions, planning sessions and wellbeing and holistic activities will then fill the rest of your time through rehab, forming a personalised treatment plan. Aftercare will be offered on discharge to support your return to Broadgreen.

Our rehab centre is equipped for private, relaxing, and personalised stays. We provide an escape from everyday life to focus wholly on addiction treatment and recovery steps. Providing personal areas, social settings, a wide range of accommodating facilities, luxury features and comfortable environments, the ideal space is created for your rehabilitation journey.

Residential rehab programmes are assisted on a 24/7 basis by our highly qualified team of medical professionals, psychiatrists, and supportive therapists. Safety will be secured throughout treatment, high-quality care will be expected, and progress will also be observed.

A beneficial recovery experience can be encountered through an inpatient programme here at Cassiobury Court. Each step will contribute to your long-term recovery goals and plans.


Personalised treatment plans

Considering individual needs and circumstances, you can work through a personalised treatment plan via private rehab. Your wellbeing will be considered, making sure that treatments are safe and can enhance your health. Your symptoms will also be assessed to ensure that effective treatments are recommended. Your cause and triggers will also be gauged to form a feasible plan of action.

With full insight, our most effective treatment options can be combined with further niche therapies to create the most beneficial programme. Detoxification, talking therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy, relapse prevention planning and aftercare are musts. Family therapy, group therapy, holistic therapies, stress management, and lifestyle management will be further addiction therapy options, considered for you personally.

Treatment plans will not only suppress the impacts of addiction but will also manage its influence for the long-term.


Aftercare and relapse prevention plans

On discharge from a drug and alcohol rehab in Broadgreen you’ll have the support of aftercare and relapse prevention. Aftercare will be a 12-month service, offering access to support groups and therapy sessions. Relapse prevention will include a range of plans to understand, prevent and suppress relapse risks.

Together, both support and plans will help to alleviate the common stressors linked to a rehab discharge. You’ll have guidance, a supportive outlet and greater accountability to continue towards sobriety.

Through private rehab, the entire process will be accommodating and mindful of your needs. Share them here at Cassiobury Court to arrange your programme via a drug and alcohol rehab in Broadgreen.

The most common rehab programme lasts 28 days. This is known as an inpatient treatment plan, where you’ll check into rehab for a month-long stay. An outpatient programme can also be completed, which averagely takes 3-6-months to work through. Instead of residing in rehab, weekly visits will be arranged for addiction treatment. Your addiction type and severity, your response to rehab and your expectation will all impact the length of your rehab experience, either following an inpatient or outpatient timeline.

Personalised, inpatient, private addiction treatment programmes are the most effective and beneficial through recovery. Offering everything you’ll need to recover, including a private environment, around the clock care and individual recommendations, the most suitable programme will be formed. Private care can also be experienced on an outpatient basis, still with personalised services in place. Yet inpatient sessions arguably offer greater results, viewed as the best route.

If you’re struggling with any degree of drug or alcohol problem, which is impacting your life in any way, rehab should be a consideration. A suitable programme can be formed for you, to treat the type and severity of problems that you’re experiencing. Once a habit forms, professional intervention will be a must. The earlier that you consider rehab, the easier it will be to complete.

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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