We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Chadderton

Published by Raffa Bari

Here at Cassiobury Court, we have an excellent team ready to support your recovery with doctors, nurses, and mental health support workers. We are the best rehabilitation centre for your unique needs.

If you’re living in the Chadderton area, our nearest rehab clinic to you is just a short drive to Manchester. Whether you’re concerned about yourself or about a loved one suffering from alcohol or drug addiction, consider our addiction specialist rehab.

Unfortunately, Manchester and the surrounding areas are associated with alcohol and drug addiction. The area sadly has one of the highest rates of alcoholism in the Northwest and a high rate of drug abuse, making it even more difficult to receive addiction treatment.

We understand the area and recognise that there’s a demand for addiction support which is why we’re able to manage many admissions from Chadderton and the Manchester area.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment in Chadderton
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Chadderton

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Chadderton

Treatment Services for Addiction in Chadderton

Whether you’ve chosen inpatient or outpatient rehab, you can expect a personalised treatment service at our drug and alcohol rehab Chadderton. We’ll take the time to get to know you and understand your addiction.

Being able to identify your triggers and understand what may have caused your substance abuse can be extremely helpful in overcoming your addiction once and for all. This is explored after your initial screening and detoxification.

Once you’ve completed your pre-screening assessment including a physical and psychological health review, you’ll be ready to begin your addiction treatment. Most drug and alcohol rehab programmes often start with a medical drug and/or alcohol detoxification where your consumption of alcohol or drugs is gradually reduced in a safe.

After your detox, you can begin your psychological therapy sessions will be carefully selected to benefit your unique needs. These therapy sessions could include cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), counselling, stress management, relapse prevention therapy, and mediation therapy.

These therapies will help to break your psychological connection to the substance which will be combined with therapies aimed to take care of your general wellbeing throughout your treatment.


The Effects of Drug or Alcohol Addiction

Living with an addiction is extremely challenging, not only for the person suffering from this awful disease but also for their loved ones around them. The impact that drug or alcohol addiction has on a person can be life changing, from physical and psychological damage to ruining relationships with family and friends.

Drug and alcohol addiction can put you in a difficult financial situation as well as you begin to underperform at work when you’re unable to manage your cravings. Despite these awful effects that addiction can have on someone’s life, drug and alcohol addiction is still on the rise, causing many fatal overdoes in Manchester and around the rest of the UK.

Alcohol or drug addiction can make you much more susceptible to developing heart disease, liver disease, stroke, and diabetes, as well as many psychological issues such as anxiety, depression, loneliness, paranoia, and bipolarity. Often the first signs of addiction are physical as many people notice a significant change in their weight, skin sores, bloodshot eyes, the shakes, and a gaunt like appearance.

If you notice any of these signs in a friend or family member, then it’s crucial that you try to speak to them about visiting a rehab clinic. There’s no time to waste when it comes to receiving support for drug or alcohol addiction, the longer you leave it untreated, the worse it will get, making it even more difficult to recover.


How Long Are Rehab Programmes?

Travelling from Chadderton to Manchester shouldn’t hinder your rehabilitation process at all, in our experience, it’s often better to spend time away from home to complete your treatment. This helps you to create space from the place where you’re used to consuming alcohol or drugs and physically removes you from any distractions or negative influences which could impact your recovery.

Being in a recovery focused environment surrounded by medical experts and others who are in a similar situation to you can significantly increase your chances of recovery. When you stay overnight at our alcohol and drug rehab for the duration of your treatment, this is known as inpatient or residential rehab; this typically lasts for around 28 days.

If you undergo rehab treatment as an outpatient where you remain at home but visit our rehab clinic each day to receive your treatment, the duration of your programme could be shorter or longer depending on the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction. It’s important to note outpatient treatment can last month’s up to years to due potential inconsistency.

Both options will usually include a medical alcohol and drug detoxification followed by psychological and wellbeing therapies to address both your psychological connection to the substance and to take care of your general wellbeing throughout the rehabilitation process.


Support After Rehab in Chadderton

Even after completing a successful rehab treatment programme at our private drug and alcohol rehab near Chadderton, you’ll likely still struggle to adjust to your new lifestyle in the first 12 months of returning home.

This first year is when you’re most likely to suffer a drug or alcohol relapse which makes your aftercare support even more important. Not only will we provide you with a personalised aftercare plan inclusive of dedicated helplines, ongoing therapy sessions and family support when needed, but we’ll also help you access other support options which may be more local to your area.

We can recommend a wide range of outpatient clinics and schemes that help people continue their rehabilitation at home post-rehab. Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous are fantastic local support groups that you can utilise to build a network of support at home and in your local community.

Whenever you’re ready to begin your long-term recovery from drugs or alcohol addiction, call us on 01923 369161 or text HELP to 83222.


Frequently Asked Questions

Rehab treatment plans come in all shapes and sizes, therefore different treatment plans can cost different amounts. Cassiobury Court’s inpatient treatment plan, the plan which we strongly recommend for the highest chances of a long-term recover from addiction, may be more expensive than most outpatient programmes, but the extra cost will be worth it. We are also able to accommodate all manner of budgets, so the best way to find out our price plans will be to contact our helpline.

Rehab programmes can vary from treatment plan to treatment plan, 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.

It is hard to say exactly how long you would need to stay at a recovery centre without knowing more about the severity of your addiction. However, when it comes to standard inpatient rehabilitation here at Cassiobury Court, we typically recommend that you are with us for around twenty eight days. This can seem like a long time, but the benefits of a longer, more intensive course of addiction treatment are paramount.

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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