Drug and Alcohol Rehab Castle Point
If you’re suffering with drug or alcohol addiction, rehab can seem scary. But if you truly want to walk away and recover, long-term, it’s often the only choice.
At Cassiobury Court, we know how anxious you must be feeling which is why we strive to go above and beyond to ensure you have all the support and information you need to be able to make the best decision for you.
Do I Have a Drug or Alcohol Addiction?
The first step towards recovery is admitting that you need help. For this to happen, you need to recognise that you have an addiction and that’s easier said than done. Unfortunately, there isn’t a set symptom that means you have an addiction. Instead, it’s usually a number of patterns and behaviours. This includes:
- Withdrawal symptoms and cravings when you don’t use the substance
- Wanting to stop but not being able to
- Continuing your usage despite the negative consequences it’s having elsewhere on your life
If you have concerns about your usage, then our friendly team can discuss this with you. We’ll listen to you and explain if and why rehabilitation might be a good idea.
We’ll highlight exactly what to expect at alcohol rehab and how it could help your physical and mental health, if appropriate. But don’t worry about being pressured into anything. Our team is not here to force you to do anything but instead just want to open up your eyes and mind as to what recovery could – and does – look like.
What Happens at Rehab?
Each private rehab centre around the UK will have its own approaches and protocols. But typically the aim is to stop the physical addiction and treat any psychological dependencies. To do this, a combination of behavioural and well-being therapies as well as social activities are used. This is to help you to understand your addiction, its triggers and to help you to carve out a new lifestyle.
A team of medical professionals, consisting of doctors, nurses, mental health experts and counsellors will be on hand and they’ll continuously monitor your progress too.
Detox and Therapy Treatments in Private Rehab
Private drug rehab is also known as inpatient rehab and means you’d be required to stay on-site.
At Cassiobury Court, this is the type of addiction recovery treatment that we offer as we feel it has the highest rates of long-term recovery. As part of your treatment at private rehab, you’ll be required to complete alcohol or drug detox.
A medically-safe detox, unlike detoxing at home, is when you’re supported by doctors and nurses as any drug and alcohol substances leave your body.
It’s completely normal to experience side effects and withdrawal symptoms, physically and mentally, but we have medication to help ease this. You may have tried to detox at home yourself or heard about others trying to do so but detoxing at a rehab centre has much higher success rates and is also safer.
Once this stage of your recovery is complete, it’s time to start your therapy. At Cassiobury Court, we have a wide range of treatment types – but your overall treatment plan will be completely personal to you.
Therapy is also completed on an individual and group basis and we’ll meet with you regularly to see how you’re finding treatment as well as how you’re feeling.
As part of your treatment, you’ll also work with a specialist team who will prepare you for your time at rehab coming to an end. We understand that this can be a daunting prospect but you’ll be supported to build resilience and given all the tools you need for aftercare and relapse prevention.
What’s more, we’re delighted to offer a full year of free aftercare too. Plus, we’ll make sure you’ve got support in the local Castle Point area with information about groups and more.
How Much Does Rehab Cost?
Unfortunately, inpatient rehab like the one offered at Cassiobury Court isn’t available on the NHS. While outpatient treatment is available on the NHS, waiting lists can be long and you also need to consider whether you feel ready to return home in the evening after treatment – and what it would be like to be surrounded by familiar influences.
Every rehab centre will have its own prices and programmes but at Cassiobury Court, inpatient stays for 28 days cost around £10,000. We do have shorter and longer options available but we believe 28 days is the optimum time.
As an inpatient at a private rehabilitation centre, you’d also have all of your meals taken care of and 24/7 access to state-of-the-art facilities and leading health professionals. This is accounted for in the cost.
Of course, cost should never get in the way if you truly want to recover. That’s why we’re more than happy to discuss options with you and can recommend shorter courses if that suits you best – contact us for more information.
At Cassiobury Court, we’ve worked hard to create a safe environment which relaxes the body and mind and has everything you need to recover on every level.
As one of the leading addiction recovery treatment centres in the UK, we’ve helped hundreds of people just like you to get their life back on track. So, if you’re ready to take the first step today, contact our team on 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222.
Frequently Asked Questions
Rehab programmes can vary depending on the individual, often due to the fact that some people opt for inpatient and some people opt for outpatient. However, the majority of the inpatient treatment plans that we provide here at Cassiobury Court typically last for around 28 days. This might seem like quite a long time to be with us, but the time will fly by.
Signs that you have developed a substance abuse problem include hiding your substance use, personality changes and becoming more tolerant of them. If you think that you have an addiction, the best time to seek help is right away. The problem will only get worse the longer it is ignored, so you should act immediately.
Some people may attempt to detox at home; however, this is extremely risky and isn’t likely to be effective without the support of medical professionals. For detox to be successful, you need to be within a safe and controlled environment like our drug and alcohol rehab Rothesay. Due to the likelihood of withdrawal symptoms, it’s crucial that you have medical assistance to administer any prescribed medication to ease the discomfort if needed. Many detoxifications at home are unsafe and unsuccessful.