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We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Cirencester

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Cirencester

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Cirencester area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cirencester

If you are struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction and are considering treatment, then Cassiobury Court are here when you need us. Our treatment centre is ideal for those seeking drug and alcohol rehab in Cirencester, as we’re less than two hours away by car. We offer world-class rehab in pleasant surroundings, so you can finally recover from the disease of addiction and start living your life again, without the influence of drugs or alcohol.

 

Signs that you may need help

People who suffer from addiction are often in denial about the extent of their problem. They’ll shrug off any suggestions that they have an addiction, putting it down to liking a few drinks at weekends, or using drugs to feel more sociable. This denial can stop them from seeking help for many years.

There can be many signs that you might have a problem with alcohol or drugs:

  • You can’t control the amount you consume – for example, going to the pub for a couple of drinks turns into an all-night binge
  • Stopping drinking or cutting down on drugs gives you physical discomfort, from anxiety to sweating
  • You’ve tried to give up alcohol or drugs on your own and relapsed
  • Your drinking or drug taking has impacted your life negatively, be it in relationships, your career, financially or legally
  • When you’ve had a stressful day, only drink or drugs make you feel better
  • You often pass out or forget what you’ve said or done while drinking or on drugs
  • You have lied to others about the amount of drugs or alcohol you use, your whereabouts or other key information

Not everyone will recognise all the behaviours above in themselves, but if some of them sound familiar, then it may be time to seek help. By coming to drug and alcohol rehab in Cirencester, you’ll learn how to break these negative behavioural patterns and learn to enjoy life again, free from substance abuse.

 

Choosing residential rehab

When you have had an addiction to a substance like alcohol or drugs for a long time, your body becomes dependent on it, so any attempt to suddenly stop using these things will lead to withdrawal symptoms. In some cases, it can be dangerous to go cold turkey, as you can end up suffering from ill-effects such as shakes or seizures. It’s much safer to go through detox at a residential clinic so you can be closely supervised and can get help if needed. Staying in a clinic such as Cassiobury Court also means you can be given prescription medication, which can help with your side effects.

Staying in residential treatment means you spend time away from home, which can be helpful when it comes to addiction. In therapy, you’ll be thinking about why you developed an addiction and what makes you drink or use drugs, so it can be helpful to be out of your home environment.

At Cassiobury Court, our programmes are 28 days long, which allows you to undergo intensive therapy in addition to workshops, fitness sessions, holistic treatments and much more. Being an inpatient is the best way to get this kind of therapy, and just one month away from home can change your entire life.

 

Finding the right rehab centre

We understand that people are worried about finding the right rehab centre when they are looking for treatment. After all, you or your loved one deserve the highest levels of care, and you’ll no doubt want to know that’s what you’re getting.

Rest assured, we’ve worked hard to create the best possible drug and alcohol rehab in Cirencester. Firstly, the location is pleasant, Cassiobury Court is set in a converted building surrounded by trees and parkland. Inside, you have private rooms, cosy communal areas and treatment rooms where you’ll have therapy.

Our facility is regularly inspected to ensure we meet the highest standards of care, and all our staff are experienced in dealing with addiction, some of them having gone through it themselves. Therefore, you can be sure you get the best care at Cassiobury Court.

 

Choosing private rehab

Private rehab is often seen as something reserved for celebrities or the wealthy, but the truth is, people from all walks of life come to Cassiobury Court. While it’s not the cheapest option for rehab, residential care has one of the highest success rates, so you might save money by going straight for this kind of care rather than trying lots of different things.

Opting for private rehab means you don’t need to wait for admission to our facility. All you need to do is pick up the phone and go through our free initial consultation, so we can check whether this type of treatment is right for you, and you can ask questions.

You also enjoy better facilities in private rehab, from nutritious meals to fitness sessions, so you don’t feel like you’re in hospital or a patient. With small numbers, you get individual attention and care when you need it most, something that it’s difficult to get when you are seeking help on the NHS.

If you are considering drug and alcohol rehab in Cirencester, then the team at Cassiobury Court are here to answer any questions you may have. Simply call us on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll be happy to talk you through the process.

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