We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Daventry

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Daventry

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Daventry area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Daventry

Whether you’re struggling with your own drug or alcohol addiction, or worried about a loved one, Cassiobury Court are here for you. We are often contacted by people looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Daventry, perhaps because they’ve tried NHS treatment and found it unsuitable, or because they don’t want to be stuck on a waiting list so have decided to seek private rehab. Whatever your reasons, Cassiobury Court is here when you need us, offering world-class rehab just over an hour away from Daventry.


Your treatment options

When you start your search for addiction treatment, you’ll notice there are lots of different options out there. Some providers offer outpatient treatment, where you have rehab by day but return home at night, or they may offer home detoxes, where you come off alcohol or drugs without having to go to a clinic. While this works in some cases, these treatment plans often don’t work for people with more serious addiction, as it means you’re not supported and are still around many of the negative influences in your life.

If you’re committed to recovery, then it’s worth considering a residential recovery programme such as Cassiobury Court. Staying with us allows you to spend some time away from home, focusing on overcoming your drug or alcohol addiction. Residential rehab allows you to go through an intensive programme, giving you the best possible chance of staying sober in the long term. Just 28 days spent at Cassiobury Court could completely change your life, allowing you to overcome your addiction and feel positive again.


Going through drug and alcohol rehab in Daventry

In order to start your rehab programme at Cassiobury Court, we’ll need you to complete your detox with us first. Those who suffer from substance abuse will often be physically and mentally dependent on drugs and alcohol, and detoxing is the most effective way of getting them out your system so you can begin healing. Detox isn’t easy but staying in residential rehab means you’ll get support and advice during this time. You can also choose to take prescription medication that can help ease the worst of the side effects throughout your detox process. Although this has a slightly sedative effect, you’ll be safe and well-looked after by our support team during this time.

Detoxing in this way often only takes a few days, but if you have an alcohol or drug addiction then we highly recommend you stay with us for the entirety of the 28-day programme. This allows you to go through our scientifically proven treatment programme that includes individual therapy, group therapy, holistic treatments and much more.


Staying at Cassiobury Court

When you stay at Cassiobury Court, you can enjoy our world-class rehab facilities, giving you a break from everyday life. From chef catered meals to laundry, we take care of everything while you stay with us, so there’s nothing for you to worry about.

Cassiobury Court is a great place to recover, allowing you to enjoy a peaceful, homely environment. You’ll enjoy comfortable bedrooms and communal spaces where you can chat to others and share your journey. Once your detox is over, family members can visit, and you’ll be able to keep in touch via phone during your stay.

Our centre is set in a leafy suburb of Watford, so if you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Daventry, then we’re in a convenient location. While your treatment programme will be hard work, we try to make it as pleasant as possible, with pretty grounds to explore, walks in local parks, and activities and outings that you can take part in.


Leaving rehab

During your 28 day stay with us, we aim to give you the tools you need to stay away from drugs and alcohol when you leave Cassiobury Court. However, we know that addiction is an ongoing battle and you may need further help. That’s why we offer a year of free aftercare for everyone who completes 28 days with us, as well as finding local drug and alcohol services for ongoing support.

Those who’ve been through rehab will often need help rebuilding their life on the outside, from their career to relationships. We can help by finding support groups for young people affected by your addiction, helping you find a new job or voluntary work, or providing other support and advice.

It’s also important to build a support network outside of rehab. While many families support those with addiction, others who leave Cassiobury Court may feel like they don’t have people to turn to. We can help you find groups such as Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous who can support you on your journey.


Getting help today

Those looking for help in the Daventry area may find it’s hard to get NHS support due to cutbacks, so they may think they face long waiting lists to get into rehab. At Cassiobury Court, we aim to get you admitted within 48 hours after your initial enquiry, so there are no excuses why you can’t start today. We don’t require a GP referral, so all you need to do is pick up the phone so we can carry out an initial consultation. Worried about a loved one? We often hear from friends or family members of people with addiction, and while we can’t force your loved one into rehab, we can offer support and advice to gently encourage them to accept help.

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Daventry and need help today, all you have to do is pick up the phone and call 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222

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