Drug and Alcohol Rehab Catford

Seeking Help for Addiction in Catford

No matter where you live in the UK, we can find a solution to help you recover from drug or alcohol addiction. Here at Cassiobury Court, we have numerous rehab centres around the country to support those who need it most. If you’re living in Catford, your closest rehab centre is in London, a registered CQC drug and alcohol rehab clinic. Since opening in 2011, our London drug and alcohol rehab centre has delivered addiction treatment to over 3,000 people with an abundance of success stories.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Catford

Located just on the outskirts of Watford, our facilities in London are very comfortable and offer a home away from home feel with large gardens and grounds. We encourage peaceful walks that can be arrange by our support team during your stay, as well as meditation and mindfulness practices in our extensive grounds. Each person has their own private room with ensuite, and all their housekeeping needs taken care of. Your meals will be cooked by our resident chef to ensure you’re getting the correct nutritional support during your rehabilitation.

Conveniently located just 5 minutes from the M25 and under 50 minutes away by train from Central London, our drug and alcohol rehab centre is easily accessible. However, we understand that travelling to rehab can be a source of stress for some people. You may be nervous about driving or taking public transport, in this case, please let our friendly admissions team know and we can arrange for someone to pick you up and transport you to rehab. This is completely free and highly recommended to start your addiction treatment in the smoothest way possible.

Benefits of Private Rehab Treatment

When you start looking at rehab treatment options, you’ll begin to see two primary options of treatment services; these are private rehab or NHS rehab. Private rehab has a cost associated with it whereas NHS rehab is typically low cost or free through your local health service. Whilst receiving addiction treatment for free is appealing, this isn’t necessarily the best way to overcome your addiction. Many people struggle to fully overcome their addiction through NHS treatment as they’re unable to provide a personalised service which is key to so many successful recoveries. This is unfortunately due to budget and resource constraints, resulting in addiction treatments being a generic programme for each person to follow.

In contrast, private drug and alcohol rehabs have the advantage of excellent facilities and dedicated medical staff who are experts in addiction treatment. They’re able to take the time to get to know each person and understand the nature of their addiction in more detail to help design a personalised treatment programme. This high level of attention to detail and personalisation has proven to produce great success rates for drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

Whilst private rehab treatment is known to provide the most effective addiction treatment, it’s still worth exploring which option may work best for you. A good place to start is with your local GP, you can find their details by clicking here.

What to Expect During Detoxification in Catford

The process of detoxification is essential to achieve a full recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. It’s used to stop both your psychological and physical addiction to the substance by gradually reducing your consumption. Detoxing may also be supported with prescribed medication to ease any discomfort of withdrawal symptoms if needed. When undergoing a detox, it’s usually required that you attend residential rehab so that our team of medical professionals are on hand to support you every step of the way. Their expert guidance is also necessary when dealing with any withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, headaches, dizziness, insomnia, seizures, or delirium tremens (the DT’s).

We strongly advise against any attempts to detox at home on your own without the support of addiction professionals. When managed within a professional rehab setting, detoxification can be a highly effective tool in recovering from drug or alcohol addiction, however, attempts at home usually begin with going ‘cold turkey’ which can be highly dangerous. Don’t put yourself at risk of developing a life-threatening condition by doing this at home. Take the advice of our professionals and let us help you achieve your long-term recovery goals.

How Much Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cost?

At our rehab clinic in London, the cost of your treatment is dependent on the type of addiction treatment you’re receiving. We have a wide range of treatment programmes available, created to suit various budgets. Our residential rehab treatment programmes start from 10 days and can last for up to 28 days depending on the severity of your addiction. We also offer short stay medically assisted detox programmes which last seven days for a lower cost.

All our private rehab treatment programmes include a preadmission assessment, medical and nurse assessment, an individual detox programme, 1-2-1 keywork therapy sessions, daily group or individual recovery-based sessions, steps to recovery assignments, walking exercises, ongoing medical supervision, 12 step philosophy introduction, and ongoing aftercare sessions for 12 months after leaving our drug and alcohol rehab clinic.

Support Groups in Catford

There are various charity organisations who also offer beneficial support. These include Turning Point – Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Service (DAW) in Greater London, 020 7437 3523, info@turning-point.co.uk, CGL Drug and Alcohol Services Camden in Camden Town, 020 3227 4950, camden.referrals@cgl.org.uk, CDARS The Wandsworth Day Programme in London, 020 7498 6149, info@cdars.org.uk, and Haringey Recovery Service in Greater London, 020 8801 3999, humankind.haga590hrs@nhs.net.

Alcoholics Anonymous also has a base in Catford who meet on the last Wednesday of the month. You can contact them at info@aa-seligeast.org.uk for further information. Although the thought of group meetings can seem overwhelming, we’ve found them to be extremely useful in helping the recovery process, particularly once you’ve left our rehab centre and returned home.

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