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We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Darlaston

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Darlaston

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Darlaston area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Darlaston

Addictions don’t just affect the person who’s taking drugs or drinking to excess. They can have a terrible effect on family members, friends and the community in general. That’s why, if you are worried about your alcohol or drug use, it’s worth considering addiction treatment. If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Darlaston, then Cassiobury Court may be a good option for you. We have an experienced team of counsellors and support workers to get you into recovery, with ongoing support after your stay. This means we have an excellent success rate for those who finish their programme.

 

Why choose Cassiobury Court?

While you may specifically be looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Darlaston, Cassiobury Court can be a good choice for those who live in the West Midlands area. It’s about two hours from Darlaston to our centre in a leafy suburb, which means you’re not far from home, but are isolated from harmful influences such as friends who have drug and alcohol problems. The break can be good for you, giving you a chance to reflect on your life at home and what you need to change to stay sober.

Rehab centres are often shown in a negative light in the media, with many people believing they’ll be locked away or that it’ll be like staying in a hospital. But the truth is, Cassiobury Court is a little like living in a shared home. There are comfortable bedrooms and communal areas, plus nice treatment rooms where you’ll have your therapy. We want you to feel at home when you go through your recovery programme, as we want you to stay for the complete 28 days.

 

What if I have more than one addiction?

Drug and alcohol addiction can be complex, some people are addicted to one substance, but it’s quite common to use more than one regularly. People who have an alcohol or drug addiction may also seek comfort in gambling, excessive shopping, internet addiction or co-dependent relationships, or they may have been diagnosed with a mental health condition such as anxiety or depression. This is known as a dual diagnosis. Cassiobury Court work with all types of addictions, without judgement or scorn.

When you come to Cassiobury Court, it’s important to let us know if you have any other medical issues, whether physical or mental, as it’ll help us to give you the right level of support. While our treatment plans can be suited to those with more than one addiction, they may need to be tailored so we can get them right for you.

 

What happens when I get to Cassiobury Court?

After you’ve gone through your full assessment at Cassiobury Court, you can enter our treatment facilities and start your recovery journey. For most people, this means going through detox, which will no doubt be something you are worried about. While detoxing can mean withdrawal symptoms, they vary from person to person, so it’s not easy to predict how your body will react. During this time, you’ll be under close observation so we can ensure you are well.

One advantage that rehab clinics have over home detoxes is that you can take prescription medication and go through a rapid detox. Taking as little as a few days, this will get all the harmful substances out of your body, so you can begin your rehab programme.

 

What recovery services does Cassiobury Court provide?

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Darlaston, you want to know that the provider will offer a comprehensive treatment programme, and at Cassiobury Court we use a wide range of methods to help you get and stay sober. Our services include both traditional and holistic therapies, so you can heal your body and mind while you stay.

While you are in your treatment programme, you get 24/7 support, so you never have to feel like you’re alone in this. Whether you’re still in the detox stage or getting ready to leave, our support staff are here around the clock to support those who stay at Cassiobury Court.

The help doesn’t stop when you leave us. If you complete your 28-day programme, we’ll give you 12 months of free aftercare. We’ll also help you find local support. Many towns have a local government scheme for people with addictions, and they usually run services from a needle exchange to support groups. Due to cuts, it can sometimes be hard for service users to find these groups, but we’ll help you do some research into what’s available.

 

How can I get admitted to Cassiobury Court?

Because Cassiobury Court is a private rehab facility, you don’t need a GP referral. All you need to do is pick up the phone to call or text us. Our team will ask some questions and carry out an initial enquiry, then discuss your treatment options. If you decide that Cassiobury Court is right for you, then we can often get you admitted within 48 hours, depending on availability of beds.

Once you’ve secured your place at Cassiobury Court, all you need to do is pack a few items such as comfortable clothes, and we’ll do the rest. We can arrange transport if needed, so you don’t drive under the influence, and when you stay with us, everything is included such as meals and laundry service, so you don’t need to organise these things.

For drug and alcohol rehab in Darlaston, speak to our professionals at Cassiobury Court today for some free advice. You can call us on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 for more information.

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