We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Cheltenham

Cassiobury Court is a homely, private centre in Watford that offers detox and rehab to help you overcome a wide range of addictions using both traditional and holistic treatments that can help you make long term changes.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Cheltenham

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We offer residential treatment that is close to the Gloucestershire area.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cheltenham

There are many signs that you may be suffering from alcoholism or drug addiction, from mental health problems to physical symptoms. While you may have sought help through support groups or outpatient programmes, you may have later found you have relapsed and returned to your addiction.

It is estimated that 29% of people in Gloucestershire drink above the recommended amount. The report also suggests that the area has an increasing drug problem, with Cannabis regularly consumed.

If you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Cheltenham, you can access local services through your GP or stay in a dedicated rehab centre a short drive away.

Cassiobury Court is a homely private centre in Watford that offers detox and rehab to help you overcome a wide range of addictions using both traditional and holistic treatments that can help you make long term changes.


What happens when you contact us?

The first step towards overcoming your addiction is seeking help, which you’ve done by finding this page. The next step is simply getting in touch with us, using the number above. We’ll carry out an initial assessment and discuss whether our rehab programmes might be right for you. There are many addiction treatment options available, and residential rehab isn’t for everyone, so it’s important that we talk through your addiction and your specific needs.

If you decide to come to Cassiobury Court for drug or alcohol rehab, we can arrange transport if needed. We are less than two hours from Cheltenham, meaning we’re in the ideal location if you want to do rehab away from home. When you arrive, you can start the detox process, and one of the advantages of a residential versus a home detox is that we can offer prescription medication to ease the worst of the side effects, which can help you stay on track.


What happens during a recovery programme?

It’s important that people struggling with addiction are offered personalised treatment to suit their specific needs. An advantage of staying in residential rehab is that you can undertake an intensive programme of therapy in a short space of time, which means lots of methods can be combined. This can be much more effective than simply using one option.

Talking therapies are an important part of the process. You’ll receive sessions of CBT, which can be an excellent way of dealing with your addiction in the long term. There are also lots of group therapy sessions where we talk about different aspects of addiction. These are guided by a qualified counsellor, many of whom are in recovery themselves, so there’s a judgement-free, open-minded atmosphere.

Over the years, we’ve found that drug and alcohol addiction often respond best to a mixture of traditional and holistic therapies. The word holistic simply means that it’s focused on the whole of the body, so it can include things such as fitness sessions, art therapy, massage and more. The aim is to send you back home feeling refreshed and revitalised, strong enough to overcome any obstacles that come your way.



Should I choose residential rehab?

While you may be specifically looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Cheltenham, it’s often better to look away from home when you go through recovery. Cassiobury Court treats people from the South East, South West and across the UK, and many people come to us because they want to escape from negative influences in their life and get away from stressful triggers.

Residential rehab gives you the time and space you need to identify negative behavioural patterns and find out ways to escape them. Staying at rehabilitation clinics means that you’ll get a more objective view of your life, and can find the triggers that may have caused you to relapse in the past. When you have addiction counselling, it’s better to be in a calm, stress-free environment, such as the one provided by Cassiobury Court.

Some people who call us are worried about going to rehab or sending loved ones to treatment centres, as they assume it’ll be like a hospital or prison. Rest assured, Cassiobury Court provides a welcoming, homely environment. Our clinic is more like a pleasant country retreat, with single rooms that offer a private place to relax if things get tough. There are lovely communal facilities, and you’re close to a huge park for walks. Our aim is rehabilitation, not punishment.

Residential rehab can also be effective for those who have a dual diagnosis. A drug addiction can often go hand in hand with excessive drinking, mental health issues or even a problem such as gambling addiction. No matter how complex your case, we have a team of qualified and experienced professionals providing 24/7 support, which can help you get back on track.


Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

  • Intensive form of addiction treatment
  • High recovery rates
  • Aftercare support in Cheltenham
  • 24/7 support in luxury facilities
  • May need to take time off work
  • Time away from family and friends

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Do I need a referral?

When you’re searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Cheltenham, you may notice that some rehab clinics require a referral or have a long waiting list. Cassiobury Court only asks that the person with the addiction is willing to change and try our treatment plan, and we can often admit people with addictions within hours.

A major symptom of substance abuse and addiction can be denial. The person with the addiction may be suffering terribly inside, yet they’ll continue to deny they have a problem because the thought of going through recovery is just too scary. We’re often contacted by loved ones who want a friend or family member to go to rehab, and are wondering what their options are. While we certainly can’t force someone to accept treatment, we can help you stage a family intervention where the person with the addiction can hear how it’s impacting their loved ones. At the end of the intervention, they’ll be offered the chance to come straight to treatment, and in many cases they will decide to finally seek help. We’ll even arrange transport so you can be sure they arrive in rehab safely.

Call Cassiobury Court when you’re looking for effective drug and alcohol rehab in Cheltenham. Simply pick up the phone and call 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll take care of the rest.


Free Drug & Alcohol Support in Cheltenham

There are many free support options for drug and alcohol addiction in Cheltenham. Here are some valuable options;


Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Cheltenham


Cheltenham Joys Of Recovery 


Bayshill Unitarian Church Hall, Royal Well Lane

Time: 18.00 – duration 1hr

Postcode: GL50 3ET


Cheltenham No2 


Bayshill Unitarian Church Hall, Royal Well Ln, Bayshill

Time: 19.00 – duration 1hr 30mins

Postcode: GL50 3ET


Cheltenham Breakfast 


Bayshill Unitarian Church, Royal Well Ln

Time: 07.45 – duration 1hr

Postcode: GL50 3ET


See more AA Meetings in Cheltenham over on the AA website.


Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Cheltenham


Cheltenham Highbury Monday Night


Highbury Congregational Church, 3 Priory Walk, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 6DU

Time: 19:30 – 21:00


Wednesday Cheltenham


St Matthews Church, 44 Clarence Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3PL

Time:20:00 – 21:00


Just For Today


Highbury Congregational Church, Priory Walk, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 6DU

Time: 10:30 – 11:30


See more NA Meetings in Cheltenham over on the Rehab Clinics Groups website.

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