We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Crawley

While the media portrays people with addiction in a certain way, the truth is, the disease of addiction can hit anyone from any walk of life, and there are many different causes.

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Crawley, then you may be looking to overcome your addiction, or searching for help for a loved one, and no doubt you simply want to know the best way to get and stay sober. While there’s no magic cure, Cassiobury Court offer drug and alcohol rehab with a great success rate, with a wide range of holistic and traditional treatments to tackle your issues.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Crawley

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Crawley

What’s the process of drug and alcohol rehab in Crawley?

Cassiobury Court offers a range of treatment options for those with a drug or alcohol addiction. It simply starts with a phone call, where you can go through an initial assessment and we can discuss whether drug and alcohol rehab is right for you. There’s not a particular criterion you need to fulfil, just the willingness to follow our treatment plan and to want to get better. We don’t have long waiting lists, so you can usually be admitted within 48 hours.

Our team can take care of the entire admissions process, even sorting out transport for you, so you arrive safely at our rehab facility. We are based in Watford, around a 90 minute drive from Crawley, so staying with us allows you to take a break from everyday life.

Once you arrive at Cassiobury Court, you’ll go through an assessment of your health by one of our counsellors. Many people who are substance abusers have a dual diagnosis and need help with more than one issue, so we’ll be able to ensure you get the right help and support. You can then begin your detox. At Cassiobury Court, you can go through a rapid detox, which can be tough due to the withdrawal symptoms, but can be made a bit easier with the use of prescription medication which we can provide.

Rehab is an intensive process, and our programme is generally 28 days long. During this time you’ll go through therapy that’s tailored to your drug or alcohol addiction, so you can start to think about the root cause and learn the tools you need for the rest of your life. CBT, or cognitive behavioural therapy, is a useful way to get to know your own mind better and to start to heal. You’ll also have sessions of group therapy, led by our addiction counsellors, so you can share your journey with others at Cassiobury Court.

What’s it like to stay in private rehab?

While you may have tried NHS addiction treatment in the past, your experience at Cassiobury Court will feel very different by comparison. The advantage of private rehab centres is that they’re a lot more homely and welcoming, with comfortable bedrooms, well-equipped communal areas and cosy treatment rooms. This means you don’t feel like you’re in a clinic or hospital, it’s more like staying in a shared house.

When you choose Cassiobury Court for drug and alcohol rehab in Crawley, you get a balance between traditional and holistic therapies. So, when you stay with us, you’ll get to learn mindfulness techniques, try sessions of yoga, and can undergo treatments from aromatherapy to massages. We take care of all your daily needs such as meals and laundry, which are included in the price, so you can just focus on yourself.

Many people who’ve gone through periods of alcohol or drug addiction may neglect their health, which means they’re often malnourished or feeling ill when they come to us. When you stay with us for rehab, you’ll enjoy chef-prepared meals and regular exercise, so you can learn to take care of yourself again.

Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

  • Intensive  Treatment
  • Increased Recovery Rate
  • Aftercare Package
  • Full-Time Care
  • Can Be Costly
  • Will Be in New Surroundings
  • You Need to Take Time Off Work
  • You Have to Stay in Rehab

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What happens once my recovery programme is over?

Once you’ve completed 28 days with us, you’ll be entitled to a year of free aftercare. The first-year post-rehab can be the toughest, and it’s when you’re at your most likely to relapse. That’s why it’s important to attend our support groups, as they’ll help you stay sober in the long term. They’re also an excellent way to build a support network outside of rehab.

We can also help you find your local drug and alcohol service to assist in your recovery. Most areas have groups from Alcoholics Anonymous to Narcotics Anonymous, and they can help you stay on track. The final stage of drug and alcohol rehab in Crawley is to come up with a plan for your life outside of rehab, as if you’re busy and happy, you’re less likely to go back to drinking or drug use. Whether it helps with rebuilding relationships through therapy or support in starting a new career, our team can help you get your life back together. By staying at Cassiobury Court, you can get a fresh start and plan a new life without drinking or drugs.

When you’re looking for help with a drug or alcohol addiction, simply pick up the phone and speak to the team at Cassiobury Court. You can get your rehab treatment started today by calling 0800 001 4070 or texting HELP to 83222 for more information.


AA Meetings in Crawley

You can also visit Alcoholics Anonymous in Crawley for free advice from people who have suffered from alcohol addiction in the past and those still in the recovery stage.

Tuesday AA Meeting

Ifield Community Centre, 41 Ifield Drive
Time: 20.00 – duration 1hr 30mins
Postcode: RH11 0DG

Saturday AA Meeting
Pastoral Centre, St Barnabas Church, Worth Rd
Time: 08.00 – duration 1hr
Postcode: RH10 7DY


Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Crawley

If it is a drug problem you are suffering with, Narcotics Anonymous also hold regular sessions in Crawley and the surrounding areas. Here you can find community support from those who are dealing with and have also recovered from similar battles to your own.

Monday NA Meeting
Time:19:30 – Duration 1hr 30mins
Southgate Community Centre,
Time: 19:45
Ditchling Hill,
East Sussex,
RH11 8QL

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