We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Copeland

Published by Raffa Bari

Are you looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Copeland and the surrounding areas, for yourself or someone you care about? You’ve come to the right place. At Cassiobury Court, our leading treatment centre can help individuals to walk away from addiction – once and for all – and really start living the life they’ve always wanted.

Rehab Treatment in Copeland
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Copeland

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Copeland

Help for Addiction in Copeland

Situated on the western side of England, in Cumbria, Copeland offers the best of both worlds. Dense countryside and beautiful coastline as well as charming cities. However, like many other areas in the UK, it struggles with addiction. If you or a loved one are suffering too, there’s nothing to be ashamed of; addiction recovery rehab is the answer.

Drug and alcohol addiction is a severe medical condition that requires the help of professionals, and regular guidance and care. It can be difficult to acknowledge or even understand that you might have an addiction, but it is the first step toward recovery.

It is an essential one, and our team will help you consider whether you could benefit from professional help.

The road to recovery won’t always be easy but, with our team at Cassiobury Court by your side, it can be done. What’s more, with treatment programmes for various needs and budgets, a life away from alcohol and drug addiction could be closer than you think.


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Are you suffering from an alcohol addiction and need help? Cassiobury Court is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.

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Rehab Options in Copeland

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab options in Copeland, you’ll have the choice between inpatient and outpatient programmes. Inpatient rehabilitation is when you’re treated on-site and then required to stay overnight for the full duration, usually 28 days. As an outpatient, you’d receive treatment and then return home in the evening.

Inpatient treatment, like the one offered at Cassiobury Court, can seem daunting – especially if you’ve never been away from home or have other commitments like children and work. However, many experts believe that inpatient rehab offers the highest success and long-term recovery.

This is because you’ll be away from distractions and temptations, and your friends and family are still encouraged to visit.

At inpatient alcohol and drug rehab, you’ll also have access to private accommodation, state-of-the-art facilities and extracurricular activities when you’re not involved in therapy sessions.

When your time at rehab is ending, you’ll also work with specialist aftercare and relapse prevention teams to help ensure you have everything for the outside world.

You’ll be supported to build resilience, recognise triggers and know how to choose better-coping strategies.

Choosing between inpatient and outpatient can be challenging, and it’s got to be right for you. Plus, your future depends on it; it can feel very daunting. We’re here for you.

At Cassiobury Court, our team can help you to weigh up your options and come to a decision as to which type of rehabilitation will be right for you. And, we can answer any questions that you or your loved ones might have.


What Therapy Treatments are Used in Rehab?

Every rehab centre will be different – some will focus on drug and alcohol addiction, others specialise in mental health conditions, and specific centres treat behavioural addictions like gambling and gaming. For this reason, the therapy and treatments used will vary greatly too.

Typically a range of behavioural, talking and counselling therapy is used. This includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, creative art sessions and self-help sessions.

At Cassiobury Court, we combine these in group and individual settings and use food, nutrition and wellbeing advice to help you create a new and healthier lifestyle.


Benefits of a Medically Assisted Detox

One of the biggest benefits of attending rehab is that you’ll be guided and supported through a medically safe and assisted drug and alcohol detox. Detox is essential before you begin any treatment and therapy and is the process of the alcohol or drugs leaving your body.

Many people try detoxing at home, and perhaps you already have. However, challenging side effects – entirely normal – can make it difficult and even unsafe to complete.

At rehab, though, your detox will be monitored. Not only will a team of medical professionals and mental health experts be there to support you throughout the entire journey, but they will also assess your side effects to see how you’re coping. Medication can be prescribed to help ease any of the effects. Detoxing in rehab is the safest way to detox from drugs and alcohol.


How to Start Rehab Treatment

Whether it’s for yourself or someone you care about, the admissions process at Cassiobury Court is really simple. It all begins with a phone call where our friendly advisors will ask a few questions to get to know the individual and the extent of their addiction. From here, we advise on all treatment options and answer any questions.

If you’re ready to go ahead, a pre-admission screening will ensure your suitability for treatment and your mental health condition.

Once this is complete, an admissions date will be set, and we only ask for a small deposit to secure your place. Then, it’s time to get ready for treatment. It is that easy, and our team will be with you every step of the way.

Don’t worry if you’re anxious or confused, as that’s normal. Just know that by going to rehab, you’re making the best decision for yourself today and your future tomorrow. Contact our friendly team if you have any questions or are ready to begin the process.


Frequently Asked Questions

When you finally reach out to us and sort your place at our treatment centre the helpline staff will be able to provide you with a thorough list of what you need to bring. However, some of the basics include clothing for both outdoor and indoor activities, a notepad and pen to record your progress, and pictures of your loved ones/sentimental items to keep you committed to recovery. In terms of physical preparation, you do not need to do much as our detoxification clinic will help you through this. The most important preparation is perhaps the act of getting yourself ready to make serious changes to your life — without this readiness to commit to a new, sober life, rehab may not be effective for you.

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.

DTs is not something that anyone would want to go through when experiencing alcohol withdrawal. Not only are the side-effects much more severe and painful than standard withdrawal side-effects, but the duration which they can last for is much longer.

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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