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We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Cotswolds

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Cotswolds

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Cotswolds area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cotswolds

People with addictions come from all walks of life, and even in small towns and villages you’ll find people struggling with substance misuse. If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in the Cotswolds, then look no further than Cassiobury Court. This residential centre is set in a leafy suburb of North London, just a couple of hours from the Cotswolds by car, providing a place to detox and start your recovery. When you have an addiction, it can seem like time stands still, but when you break free of alcohol and drugs, you can start enjoying your time again.

 

Spending time in a rehab facility

Many people realise that they have an addiction but may well think they can beat it themselves by sheer willpower alone. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case, and without proper treatment, the addiction is likely to get worse. That’s when it’s wise to consider a stay in alcohol or drug rehab. This allows you to go through detox and primary care in a safe, supported environment, rather than having to go through it alone.

A stay at Cassiobury Court isn’t just about intensive therapy, although you’ll have lots of sessions as an individual and a group. There’s a comprehensive rehab programme in place to help you think about why you developed substance abuse issues, as well as giving you the tools to stay sober and prevent a relapse. This means if you complete your detox, rehab and aftercare, you have an excellent chance of staying sober in the long term.

 

Detoxing within residential rehab

Detoxing is an important part of treating drug and alcohol addiction. There simply aren’t any effective types of drug and alcohol rehab in the Cotswolds that you can do while you still have these substances in your system. It’s natural to feel nervous at this stage, especially if you have suffered from side effects when trying to detox in the past, but we can make the process as simple as possible for you. Our doctors can prescribe medication to help you out, and you can relax in your own private bedroom, or enjoy the communal areas while your body goes through detox.

Some clinics offer detoxing at home, and you may have already been to a Bristol clinic that offers this kind of outpatient service. For some people, this can work, but the problem is you are surrounded by temptation while detoxing. Whether it’s friends who use drugs offering you a hit, or the local shop selling alcohol, there are many temptations out in the world. When you’re in a rehab centre, it’s much harder to give in and relapse when things get tough.

 

Nutrition and exercise at Cassiobury Court

A big part of your recovery at Cassiobury Court will be restoring your health. People who go through substance misuse will often neglect their health, and many clients who come to us will have a dual diagnosis with eating disorders in addition to an addiction. At our rehab facility, we want to heal your body as well as your mind, so we provide nutritious food and support at mealtimes for those who need it.

When you are trying to overcome addiction, activities such as exercise can also help, as they provide a distraction and give you a natural way to feel relaxed and happy. We offer regular fitness sessions to help you take care of your body, as well as sessions of yoga and other relaxing activities that give you an alternative to harmful substances.

 

Learning to look after yourself

Self-care is an important part of recovery, and when you stay at Cassiobury Court you’ll get to try different activities and types of therapy that you may take an interest in. When people give up drugs or alcohol, they can sometimes find they have a lot of free time or that they simply don’t know what to do instead of chasing that buzz. We let you try different activities that can keep you busy and less likely to use drugs or alcohol.

 

High standards of care

Cassiobury Court, like any type of rehab facility, is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, so you can be sure of high standards of care. When you are a friend or family member of someone with an addiction, you will feel a complex range of emotions. You’ll no doubt worry about sending them to rehab, so it’s important that you know they safe during their stay. Our support services include care around the clock tailored to your loved one’s needs, so you don’t need to worry about them during their stay.

 

Admission in 48 hours

When you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in the Cotswolds, timing is important. As soon as you admit you need help, you should consider residential rehab, as delaying it can mean you’re at risk of a worsening addiction or overdose. That’s why we offer admission to our centre within 48 hours, and there’s no long process to get a place. The initial consultation is carried out over the phone, and we take care of all the arrangements down to transport, so you just have to pack.

Looking for drug and alcohol rehab in the Cotswolds? Call Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070 or you can text HELP to 83222 and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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