Drug and Alcohol Rehab Congleton
Rehab centres in Congleton
It’s an unfortunate reality that there are increasing numbers of people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction throughout the United Kingdom.
This is no different in Congleton, where people from all walks of life need help in getting their addiction under control.
You have already taken that vital first step in your rehab journey by searching for help. There is help available to you in Cheshire, here at Cassiobury Court.
It is possible to overcome a drug and alcohol addiction by yourself, but it is extremely difficult, especially if your dependency levels are high. There may be medical risks if you attempt this by yourself.
At Cassiobury Court, we’re proud of the drug and alcohol rehab treatment programmes that we offer. They are well developed and combine advanced medical and psychological techniques that help our clients in their recovery.
Our service is discreet, and we do not require any referral from your GP. Our rehab centre in Congleton is staffed 24 hours a day with experienced professionals whose passion is to help you to recover.
Are you worried about your relationship with drugs or alcohol? Are you concerned for your welfare or that of a loved one? If so, call Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070, or text HELP to 83222 and we can begin to help you without delay.
Do I have a drug or alcohol addiction?
A drug or alcohol addiction is an illness, it isn’t something you’ve deliberately done to yourself.
This is not the result of a personal weakness, it isn’t something that you deserve, it’s because you’ve become hooked on substances that are chemically formulated to get people hooked.
Drugs and alcohol have a significant impact on the way both your body and your mind work. As you use more and more substances, this develops into a compulsion and this will inevitably change the way that your mind works.
At this point, cutting back on drugs or alcohol consumption becomes both physically and psychologically painful. Your body demands more substances and you’ve developed an addiction.
You develop a “high” as a reward when you take drugs or drink alcohol and are punished with crushing lows when you do not.
You may struggle to recognise some symptoms or are in denial about them. You may have found yourself struggling in work to the extent you’ve lost your job. You might have spent every penny funding your desire for drugs or alcohol.
You may have lost relationships with friends and family as you have descended into shifty, dishonest behaviour in order to fund your habits.
If you are concerned this describes your behaviour, or someone close to you has raised concerns, why not call us today for a no obligation consultation?
How does rehab work?
You will get out of rehab what you put in, so you must be completely committed to your recovery. Without the highest levels of commitment, overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction is practically impossible.
Your treatment in Congleton will be a 28-day residential rehab at our private clinic. You will need to undergo a physical and psychological assessment so we can get to know you and be able to treat you as an individual.
We will also be able to offer a dual diagnosis of any underlying mental health conditions and treat the root cause of your addiction.
The first point of order will be for you to begin a detox program. This is an unpleasant experience due to the withdrawal symptoms you will experience. This is your body’s reaction to being denied access to the drugs or alcohol that it craves.
These vary from uncomfortable to being quite dangerous. During your detox, you will give your body ample opportunity to flush any traces of drugs or alcohol that remain inside your system. Your detox may last two weeks depending on the severity of your addiction.
Cassiobury Court can offer you round the clock medical supervision during your detox in Congleton. Our specialist team will be on hand to check on your progress.
They can also offer prescription medication in order to ease the discomfort and pain you will be experiencing.
Therapy in Congleton
Once your detox has been completed, you’ll be able to continue with the rest of your treatment. We will combine traditional therapies, like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and group therapy, with more holistic approaches.
Art therapy, stress management, exercise classes and yoga lessons are proven to be as good for your mind as they are your body.
Treating the root cause of your addiction is very important. Whilst private rehab isn’t the cheapest option, we can guarantee we will identify and treat all associated issues that are linked to your addiction, and we’ll draw up a treatment plan within your budget.
This minimises the chances of a relapse in years ahead. When you’re treated on an outpatient basis, like with the NHS and charity solutions, this root cause is often not diagnosed.
But our combination of therapies will allow you to be treated in full. Individual therapy sessions will allow you to understand your illness, and group sessions will allow you to explore the wider effects of an addiction.
By speaking to your fellow recovering addicts, you can hear their experience of drug and alcohol addiction and learn their coping strategies.
You will be able to develop a new, fresh mentality ahead of the return to your normal life in Congleton.
Call Cassiobury Court today
When your 28-day residential rehab treatment programme is over, you’ll have all the tools you need for a lifetime recovery journey. Remember, there’s no cure for addiction, but you can learn to overcome and control it.
You will face temptations once you leave the care of Cassiobury Court, and we will work with you to draw up an aftercare plan and ensure you feel fully supported in the important year after your leave our care.
Our aftercare is completely free and our helpline available 24 hours a day for you if you need advice or are struggling.
Every day is important when you’re fighting an addiction, so please call Cassiobury Court without delay on 0800 001 4070, or text HELP to 83222 and we can explore paths to your long-term recovery.