We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Cheshunt

Published by Raffa Bari

At Cassiobury Court, we offer a wide range of treatment options with no waiting list and no GP referral needed. All we ask is that you’re willing to change and to follow our comprehensive programme.

We continue to help people overcome their drug or alcohol addiction in Cheshunt and across the rest of the Hertfordshire county, including Borehamwood, Hertford, Hemel Hempstead, and Rickmansworth.

Rehab treatment in Cheshunt
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Cheshunt

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We offer residential treatment which is very close to the Cheshunt area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cheshunt

A drug or alcohol addiction can cause a great deal of pain and unhappiness to its sufferer, but also to their families or loved ones who just want them to heal. Unfortunately, if an addiction is left untreated, it’s unlikely to improve on its own, and will often spiral and become more serious over time. That’s why, if you’re considering drug and alcohol rehab in Cheshunt, then it’s important not to delay and to get help as soon as possible.

Is rehab right for me?

Going into alcohol or drug rehab may seem like an extreme step, but it can often be one of the most effective types of treatment.  Many people who come to us may have tried different methods in the past, perhaps going to support groups through a registered charity or an outpatient centre, then found they’ve relapsed down the line. While a 28-day programme might seem like a big commitment, it can help you get away from negative influences and spend time working on yourself, teaching you to grow, live and enjoy life.


What kind of treatments are on offer?

A big advantage of private rehab over NHS addiction treatment is that it’s tailored to you. There are many treatment centres around, but not all of them are equal, and some people find they are a little impersonal. Staying at Cassiobury Court gives you the chance to receive treatment that is tailored to your needs. We often work with those who have both a drug and alcohol problem or have mental health issues that they need to work on too. We can ensure that these things are covered during your programme, so you get the best possible care, starting with a full drug or alcohol detox programme.


Can I attend drug and alcohol rehab in Cheshunt?

Cassiobury Court is well-located for those looking specifically for drug and alcohol rehab in Cheshunt. We are based in a leafy suburb of Watford, just a half hour drive from Cheshunt and close to London, St. Albans and many other towns, with excellent public transport links for family visits. If you decide to stay with us, or send your loved one here, we offer a transportation service to ensure a safe arrival without distractions on the way.


How soon can I go to rehab?

Depending on various factors, we can often get you into rehab in a matter of hours. Timing is often key when it comes to dealing with people suffering from substance abuse. Any delay can potentially put them off rehab or lead to their addiction worsening. That’s why you may want to opt for private rehab, so there are no further delays and the journey towards recovery can begin.


What does rehab cost?

We understand that the cost of rehab can be significant for many people, which is why we try to offer the best value for money in our services. Cassiobury Court offer comprehensive packages, with everything included from accommodation to meals, therapy and 24/7 support. When you call us, we offer free and confidential advice to help you decide whether rehab is right for you, and if you complete a programme, then you can enjoy 12 months of free aftercare to keep you on track.

There are occasions where the services offered at Cassiobury Court aren’t right for you, so we’ll try to put you in touch with an alternative. For example, you may need a more specialised service for young people or certain conditions. You may also want to consider one of our other rehab centres across the UK, or in Spain if you want to go further afield.


Can I do rehab as an outpatient?

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Cheshunt, then you might not necessarily be looking for outpatient programmes. Cassiobury Court don’t offer treatment as an outpatient because we firmly believe that our residential programme is the best possible way to overcome an addiction. Many people who come to us have already tried a local alcohol service, usually something run by the NHS or an AA meeting, but have relapsed down the line. In the earliest days of sobriety, it’s much better to be away from temptation in our rehab centre where you can get intensive therapies, both traditional and holistic. You’ll leave our rehab with the tools you need to stay away from drugs or alcohol, as well as being able to identify the triggers that cause you to use.


What happens after rehab?

When you leave Cassiobury Court, we don’t want you to feel like you’re alone in the rest of your journey. We offer 12 months of free aftercare in the form of a regular support group, so you can have time to talk about the challenges outside of rehab. The first year outside of rehab is when you’re most likely to relapse, so these groups can be extremely helpful, but we may also make suggestions such as additional therapy if we think it’ll benefit you.

To find out more about the services offered at Cassiobury Court, simply get in touch with the team today by calling 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.


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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