We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Edmonton

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When entering rehab you will be fully assessed by phycologists and medical professionals who will work together to work on a treatment programme tailored to suit you.

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Every aspect of your recovery will be taken care of during the treatment programme. You will then go into the detoxing process where you will be assisted to rid the toxins from your body ready for the next stages. Once you have detoxed, you will go into different kinds of therapy that will help you work towards the prevention of relapsing. Some of the therapies will be in a one-to-one setting, while others will be in a group setting.

Some therapies may even include family and friends. You will work through many therapies before leaving. When your time is over at a drug rehab you will be assisted by an aftercare team who will work with you to support you with your life outside of rehab.

The amount of time an individual stays in rehab varies from case to case. This usually depends on the severity of the addiction. For instance, some people may only stay in rehab for a couple of weeks. However, if they have a more severe addiction, some people may be in rehab for a few months. It completely depends on the individual.


Addiction Treatments and Addiction Therapies in Edmonton

There are a wide variety of treatments and therapies available to you in drug and alcohol rehab. Detoxing is the first treatment you will receive during your stay. You will then go onto behavioural therapies to get to the root of the problem. Therapies are the best way to prevent relapse in the future.

Therapies can be in group settings, on a one-to-one basis or even with your family. In group therapy, you may find that you can discuss and speak freely about your addiction and experiences and receive positive feedback. In group therapy, you will feel a sense of togetherness and empowerment. You may even make new friends with the people who understand you the most.

There are also, of course, one-to-one therapies. These include various talk therapies to really understand your addiction and how you came to where you are today. This will be your go-to for support and where you will learn the most important coping strategies.

Many addicts will go through Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to determine to cause of their addiction and to figure out the best relapse prevention techniques.

Drugs we provide treatment for in the London area;

  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Cannabis

What is a Medically Assisted Drug or Alcohol Detox?

Detoxing is one of the first stages of recovery. This is when you rid your body of all the drugs and alcohol, ready for the next step in your treatment programme.

A medically assisted drug or alcohol detox is where the person suffering from addiction is assisted by a medical professional and sometimes given medication to help keep them comfortable and prevent any severe withdrawal symptoms. Detoxing alone or at home is not recommended as it can be very dangerous and, in extreme cases of very severe addiction, it can even be fatal.

It is important to be monitored closely by a medical professional to ensure you have the safest detox possible. Rehab is the best place to receive assistance with the detoxing process. Here, every aspect of your recovery will be taken care of.

What Do I Need to Do Before Going to Rehab?

Before entering rehab, it’s a good idea to get things at home ready for when you come back. For instance, if you have a job, you will want to tell your boss about your situation. If they are a good employer, they will understand and want you to get better. It is also a good idea to make sure your bills are being paid so you don’t come home to debt. Speak to family or friends and find someone to help you with that. If you have any children or pets, you need to find them care so you can relax when you get to rehab.


Rehab Costs

The cost of rehab can vary depending on your location, however, we have a price range that sits from a weekly bracket of £3,500 – £5,000.

Do note, however, that we can discuss your budget and find the right fit for you. We are one of many rehabs across the country, meaning if one budget doesn’t suit you, or a particular location doesn’t suit you, we have the ability to offer you a space in another rehab that you may find more suitable.




What Happens During Aftercare When I Leave Rehab?

When you leave rehab, you will not be alone to fend for yourself. Upon leaving, you will be taken care of by an aftercare team. The aftercare team will ensure that you receive help with anything you may need, and you will remain supported in your life after rehab. If you need assistance with finding accommodation, finding a job or finding local groups for a hobby you enjoy, the aftercare team are there to help you in every way possible.

You may find that you want help with finding a local support group or someone to attend with you – this is also something that the aftercare team can help you with. The aftercare team will help you if you feel you are struggling and ensure you don’t feel alone in your next chapter. Get Rehab Help in London today by filling out our contact form or calling us up.


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  • Amy Elizabeth Munford's profile image
    Amy Elizabeth Munford
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    5 months ago

    It’s a pleasure to have been a client at Cassiobury Court. From the moment I arrived I felt like a welcome part of the family, it’s non judgmental and compassionate approach to recovery has differed from any center which I have previously attended. The structure allowed me to develop at my own pace and to work through my recovery journey, which started with me at an all time low. When I entered I was a shell of a person, after a toxic relationship. My substance misuse and eating disorder was out of control and my health, mental and physical, was deteriorating rapidly.The staff, each with there own expertise and experience guided me compassionately and from a genuine place of kindness and warmth.The facilities, all departments from housekeeping, kitchen to admin and support staff, have made a genuine difference to the person I am leaving as. Strong, rebuilt and confident. Ready to step into a life of sobriety and positivity.I have made life long friends and made life long changes thanks to Cassiobury.I can genuinely recommend Cassiobury, to anyone who has found themselves in the depths of there addiction, they will help you find the path out, however unmanageable life may seem.All my love to the team there and to the clients past, present and future Amy x

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    5 months ago

    I benefitted greatly at cassiobury court. I came in willing to work hard and overcome my mental blockages which kept me relapsing. The one to one's with the therapist and going through the steps really humbled me. I know now how my head works and will never take my sobriety for granted ever again. I have a structure back in my life I.e food, sleep, exercise and have the tools I need to push on and lead a good and spiritual life. Thank you to all the Cassiobury team. From the housekeeping staff to management has been excellent.I would strongly recommend to anyone to stay for 28 days like I did as its turned my life around. From a massively heavy drinker and cocaine user to give me the chance for a good life here on end.Brenden

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    steve chisholm
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    5 months ago

    A really great place to get back on your feet and begin recovery. Staff could not be more helpful, therapy and groups are generally excellent. Rooms are very clean and well appointed, though size and ensuite is a bit of a lottery. Food is really very good, everyones tastes are catered for and in abundance. Snacks water juices, tea's and coffee's available 247. I would highly recommend Cassio to anyone looking to get sober change there life.

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    Lily Hopkins
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    5 months ago

    I have had serious addiction problems for the last 10 years that have ruined my life and the life of my loved ones. I am in my early 30’s and this was my third time in rehab but my first time staying at Cassiobury Court. The difference between Cassiobury and other facilities is incredible and you can’t compare with the level of support and love. The staff are kind, caring and know exactly what you are going through and what you need to do in order to get better. They have multiple different ways and techniques to support you and go above and beyond in every possible way to help you. Not only do they support you while you’re there but they also support you for the first year you leave with weekly catch up sessions. I have left Cassiobury with a huge network of people in recovery. Before I was lost and alone. I can’t thank Cassiobury enough for giving me another chance at life and I’ll be forever truly grateful ❤️❤️❤️

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    Deborah Smith
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    5 months ago

    Just completed 28 days at Cassiobury Court and I am pleased to say it has been a positive experience. I have received compassionate expert care from the staff team here who have an in-depth knowledge of addiction. My key workers have been an inspiration and have been by my side every step of the way providing a range of interventions to help me work through my addiction issues. I have been treated with kindness, privacy, dignity and respect. I leave having gained confidence and the power to succeed. Thank you to all at Cassiobury court.

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    Sam “Sam” A
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    5 months ago

    I am Sam and I arrived at Cassiobury Court for 28 days at the end of May. This was my second rehab experience.I cannot praise Cassiobury Court enough. Each day was well structured and every group session was designed to give you different tools to sobriety. I learnt so much from all the therapists and key workers that were taking the sessions due to my lack of understanding of this illness. I was in a place where I was made to feel comfortable and no question were silly which encouraged me to dig deeper and ask questions around my illness and myrecovery.Cassiobury Court approach to recovery, worked very well for me. It was not like Boot Camp. They actually gave me time to digest the information that was given and time to absorb what was said they kind of gave me the balance to learn, but also do every day life things, I also had time to reflect and focus on myselfI would encourage any newcomers to rehab to engage in many group sessions as they can and take out as much as they can out of these sessions the 12 step AA program was explained to me in such a simple way and gave me the confidence to work it.I would like to give a special thanks to my key worker as she has helped me find a a new sober, Sam. My key worker from the start has been open and honest which has helped me with my recovery.I would like to also thank all the staff at Cassiobury Court that have had an impact on my road to recovery.A special thanks to the kitchen staff and the cleaning staff, as by them doing what they do gave me time to focus on myself and not have to worry about cooking and cleaning. The kitchen staff have made sure that I have been eating properly and have helped me build up my strength.Overall, Cassiobury Court is the place to come to if in need of a medical detox or need to understand what is involved in recovery and give you the opportunity on how to get away from addiction It’s like being given a second sober life.I cannot thank Cassiobury Court enough.

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Talking therapies aim to change your behaviour towards drugs and alcohol and help you build new coping strategies. Talking therapies you will find in rehab include counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and more. These therapies have been proven to be the most successful at preventing relapse in the future.

You can help a friend get help by giving them information on rehab and going with them to appointments or making phone calls on their behalf. The friend you help must want to get better in order for them to receive treatment.

Yes, you can visit someone in rehab. Sometimes if the person you want to visit is tired or having a bad day, the staff may decide to delay the visit. Often, family and friends are asked to go into rehab to attend therapies with the person suffering with addiction. Here you will work on rebuilding your relationship and reconnecting. This is part of the addiction recovery process.

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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