We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Dunstable

Published by Raffa Bari

If you’re worried about your drink or drug use and looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Dunstable, then Cassiobury Court is here to help you.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Dunstable

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Dunstable

A big part of addiction is denial, and one thing that people with addictions don’t think about is just how dangerous it is to drink to excess or use drugs. However, there are many shocking statistics about drug and alcohol addiction from the World Health Organisation (WHO). Across the globe, over 31 million people suffer from some sort of drug addiction, and drug deaths reached a record 3,744 in England and Wales in 2016. Around 3.3 million people suffering from alcohol addiction die each year around the world, with alcohol deaths in the UK rising 6% in the past year. While it can be easy to dismiss these statistics, each one represents someone suffering from addiction who perhaps could have been helped.

If you’re worried about your drink or drug use and looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Dunstable, then Cassiobury Court is here to help you. Based in a leafy suburb of Watford, we’re just a half hour drive away and offer world-class addiction treatment at our comfortable, homely centre.


Advice on drug and alcohol addiction

There are many reasons why you may be seeking help with an addiction, whether it’s a court order or because you’re simply fed up with living your life with this disease. However, many people simply don’t know whether treatment will work from them, so may want to find out more about alcohol and drug rehabs before they commit. We offer a free initial consultation where we’ll be happy to answer any questions, and we can mutually decide whether our treatment programmes are right for you.


Cocaine rehab in Dunstable

Cocaine addiction can have a hugely negative impact on your life, from physical and mental health problems to financial and relationship issues. At Cassiobury Court, we offer cocaine rehab treatment for people suffering from cocaine abuse.

Our cocaine rehab programmes involve cocaine withdrawal, addiction therapies and aftercare to ensure you make a full recovery that can be continued once you return home to Dunstable.

Your withdrawal from cocaine will be managed by medical professionals to help symptoms of insomnia, anxiety and cravings to give you the best chance at achieving long-term recovery. As well as this, the addiction therapies provided will help you to understand your addiction and manage relapse triggers.

Learn more about cocaine rehab.


Cannabis rehab in Dunstable

Our cannabis rehab programmes are a good way to recover from cannabis addiction for good. Although cannabis is not known to be very physically addictive, it can become incredibly psychologically addictive if consumed in large amounts.

If you smoke cannabis daily or feel like you rely on it to eat, sleep or socialise properly, it is important to reach out for help.

At our cannabis rehab, the first step is cannabis withdrawal, during which you will adapt to sobriety without consuming weed. Following this, you will receive a number of addiction treatment therapies such as group therapy, individual counselling and a relapse prevention programme.

Attending our cannabis rehab is the best way to recover from serious cannabis addiction – get in touch today to learn more.


Prescription drug rehab in Dunstable

Our prescription drug rehab offers top-quality addiction treatment to help you overcome prescription drug abuse. Medical supervision is key to overcoming addiction to drugs such as Codeine, Fentanyl and Morphine as the withdrawal phase can be very dangerous.

The first stage of rehab treatment is a prescription drug detox, which roughly lasts 7-10 days. You will be prescribed safe detox medications and be closely monitored by professionals in our detox wing to ensure withdrawals are manageable and you are as safe as possible.

Once you have completed the detox phase, you will receive addiction treatments such as counselling, holistic treatments and more. Aftercare will then be offered for one year after rehab in Dunstable to make sure you maintain sobriety and achieve long-term recovery.


Alcohol rehab in Dunstable

Alcohol addiction can be hard to recover from alone and alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous, particularly for people with a long history of alcoholism. The first stage of alcohol rehab in Dunstable is the alcohol detox, where you will withdraw from alcohol and adjust to sobriety.

Withdrawal symptoms can include nausea, headaches, insomnia and more, which is why you will be provided with medications to help ease withdrawal.

Our alcohol rehab programmes typically last for 28 days, as this gives you enough time to fully withdraw from alcohol abuse and receive a variety of psychological treatments.


Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

  • Intensive form of addiction treatment
  • 24/7 support from professionals and peers
  • 1 year of free aftercare support
  • Luxury facilities
  • Treatment programmes may be expensive
  • Rehab a short distance from local area
  • Time off work required
  • Recovery is away from loved ones

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AA and NA Meetings in Dunstable

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Dunstable

  • Dunstable We Can Recover Beginners 

Tuesday 7:30 pm

The Parish Church Hall, Church Street, LU5 4RU

  • Dunstable Living Sober Discussion

Thursday 7:30 pm

The Salvation Army, Bull Pond Lane, LU6 3AH

  • Dunstable Polish Speaking

Thursday 7:45 pm

Polish Club, 17 Victoria Street, LU6 3AZ


Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Dunstable

  • Step into NA

Monday 6:30 pm

Meeting room, ResoLUTiONs, 12 Victoria Street, Chapel Langley, LU1 2UA


Choosing residential rehab

There are many misconceptions about residential rehab. Some people think it’ll be like staying in a hospital or prison, while others see it as somewhere reserved for the wealthy. However, Cassiobury Court has a homely environment which is more like sharing a big house, and people from all walks of life come to us for drug and alcohol rehab.

If you have an addiction, then your best chance of staying sober in the long term is to go through detox and rehabilitation in a residential setting. This is because you’re away from home and the everyday stresses of life, so can completely focus on your recovery. You’re away from the most common addiction triggers and it’s much harder to relapse in this sort of setting.

Most people who come to Cassiobury Court complete a 28-day programme for their alcohol or drug addiction, and this is made up of several parts.



The first step to treating addiction is to rid your body of drugs and/or alcohol, and the best way to do this is to go through a drug or alcohol detox. Many people are anxious about detoxing, perhaps because they’ve tried to go cold turkey before and found it unpleasant, but we offer a medically assisted detox that could take just a few days. It really is a big relief to be free from drugs or alcohol, and once they’re out of your system you can focus on rehab and healing.



When you stay with us, you’ll go through intensive individual therapy, group therapy and workshops, which will allow you to identify why you turned to addiction in the first place. Run by experienced addiction counsellors, these sessions aim to not only get you off alcohol or drugs, but to help you avoid relapsing in future. It also means that you can meet others in a similar situation and build a support network for the future, aiming to stay sober for life.


Setting goals

Setting goals can be an excellent way to plan your future after rehab. When treating addiction, we do so with the goal of you staying away from alcohol or drugs for life. We don’t believe that people with addictions can take substances on a casual basis. We’ll help you find things to keep you busy, whether it’s a new career path or a productive hobby, all of which can help you become more optimistic about your future.



When you choose drug and alcohol rehab in Dunstable with Cassiobury Court, the journey doesn’t end when your 28 days are up. Complete your programme and you’ll get a year of free aftercare as part of our treatment services. These weekly support groups give you a chance to catch up with others who attended your programme, as well as building a support network to get you through the tough first year. We may also put you in touch with local organisations who can help you throughout your journey. A small number of people may also find that they need further treatment, whether it’s extra therapy sessions or even an extended stay, and we’ll be happy to discuss these options with you.

Man in therapy session in drug and alcohol rehab Dunstable


Life at Cassiobury Court

Staying at Cassiobury Court isn’t a punishment, it’s a chance to heal, so we’ve worked hard to make it as pleasant as possible. You can opt for a single occupancy or en-suite room, giving you plenty of privacy, and there are some nice communal areas where you can watch TV or chat with others. We’re surrounded by pretty grounds and parkland, great for when you want fresh air or a walk, and we organise lots of activities so there’s a chance to enjoy yourself in-between therapy sessions. The aim is to help you heal after perhaps neglecting yourself because of your addiction, and we want you to go home feeling and looking better than when you arrived.

If you’re considering drug and alcohol rehab in Dunstable or the surrounding areas and would like to find out more about Cassiobury Court, simply call the team on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222.


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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