We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Eltham

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Addiction is a difficult experience to go through alone and those around you will be worried and not sure how to help you. You may wonder if there’s any help out there suitable for you and how it will help you recover and also how it will help with relapse prevention.


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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Eltham

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Eltham

You may have sifted through endless pieces of information on what to do and how to go through drug and alcohol treatment in the easiest way you can. The truth is there is no easy way to go through treatment. Treatment only works if you fully comply and take it seriously. You must really want to get better for drug and alcohol treatment to work.

The best way to receive treatment by far is in a rehabilitation centre. Drug and alcohol withdrawals can be dangerous if you try to recover alone or at home. You must be closely monitored by a medical professional during your detox stage. Detoxing, alongside behavioural therapies, will ensure that you will get through treatment effectively and safely. The best option for you in your current situation is to attend drug rehab in Eltham so that you can recover with optimal results.


What Happens At a Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Eltham?

When entering a drug and alcohol rehab, you will be fully assessed by psychologists and other professionals who will work together to come up with a treatment plan tailored to suit you specifically. You will then start your treatment with the detoxing stage where you will rid your body of toxins so that you can then go onto the next step. When you have completed the detoxing process, you will then go onto therapy. There are many therapies that you will take part in such as group therapy, one-to-one therapy and family therapy.

You will go through a range of these different therapies to suit you before leaving rehab. In rehab, you will learn a lot about yourself and how your addiction started and developed.

Upon leaving rehab, you will be taken care of by an aftercare team that will cater to your needs and guide you into life outside of rehab.



What Happens During The Detox Process in Rehab?

A drug or alcohol detox is one of the hardest, yet, most important processes in your recovery. Detoxing is the term used for when you rid your body of all the drugs and alcohol in your system ready for the next step in your recovery. During the detoxification process, you will be closely monitored by medical professionals and kept comfortable by medications that will also work to prevent any serious withdrawal symptoms. This stage can be extremely dangerous if you try it alone.

Withdrawals can be very unpleasant and, in extreme cases, without treatment, can be fatal. There are many withdrawal symptoms that you may experience. Some symptoms are mild such as nausea, vomiting, anxiety, headaches and more. However, some people can get serious side effects such as hallucinations, seizures and even heart failure.

Therefore, it is vital that you receive treatment from rehab to ensure you are safe. During the detoxing stage, you may be put on a specific diet to help get you back to full strength by giving you the right nutrients you need to restore your body.

See more information about our detox services offered in the London area.


Addiction Treatments and Therapy Options in Rehab

While you are working through your treatment programme, you will be seen by many professionals who will guide you through your treatments. These will include; psychologists, wellbeing therapists and counsellors. These individuals will lead many different kinds of therapies that will also be uplifting and empowering, Some of our activities consist of well-being therapy, art, music and many more that will help you to not only overcome your addiction but also learn more about yourself. You may even discover a new talent or hobby that you will use to help prevent relapse in the future.

The therapies you take part in will either be in a one-to-one setting or group setting. The one-to-one therapies will be your go-to for everything you are struggling with. You will likely go through Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help you prevent relapse and learn why you are addicted to drugs or alcohol. In group therapy, you will have a chance to talk freely with positive feedback about your experiences and meet new people who understand you most of all.

Rehab isn’t the negative and daunting place many believe it to be. Of course, you will be discussing very serious topics and there will be difficult moments, but overall rehab is a very positive and uplifting place. Many people make friends and find it to be an overall happy and empowering place to be.

Drugs we provide treatment for in the London area;

  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Cannabis

Reach out to our team of addiction experts to start your addiction recovery in Eltham or around London today.


Rehab cost

The cost of rehab treatment depends on the rehab centre you attend, the length of your treatment, detox medications and any additional support you may require.

Depending on the length of your treatment, private rehab typically costs between £3,500-£14,000. This may seem like a large expense; however residential rehab programmes achieve the best recovery rates. With over 275,896 adults in contact with drug and alcohol services between April 2020 and March 2021, it is clear that quality rehab programmes are in more demand than ever.

A 28-day rehab programme is our most recommended treatment option, as this provides you with all the treatments you require to overcome your drug or alcohol addiction – detox, rehabilitation and aftercare.

Rehab costs also factor in your meals, catering, residential stay and treatments provided by medical professionals.

If funding a rehab programme is a concern to you, call us on 01923 369 161 to discuss your rehab cost options. Private insurance can cover the cost of rehab, so it is important to consider this too. As well as private rehab options, you can also find support for drug addiction through the NHS if private drug or alcohol rehab is out of your budget.


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    5 months ago

    The only way that I can start this review is by saying that Cassiobury Court saved my life. I have had a severe problem with alcohol for over 10 years and I almost lost everything, but due to the care, consideration and commitment the facility has to offer, I have been given the opportunity to start again and live a full life with sobriety. The sessions have not only taught me more about the illness and severity of it, but has also equipped me with the coping mechanisms and skills to manage those negative feelings and maintain a happy & healthy lifestyle. Each Recovery Practitioner provides a different approach and continued to show their professionalism and dedication to the cause before and even after my stay. I will be forever grateful to Cassiobury and I couldn't recommend it more.

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    When I came in to Cassiobury I was all over the place my life was in chaos caused by me. I didn’t know what to expect when I arrived, I had been in another rehab before. I didn’t have a good experience there unfortunately. At Cassiobury I made the effort to be around everyone and learn, taking part in everything which is the only way to learn. The thing I really love about Cassiobury are staff who are in recovery themselves which is amazing - they point you in the right direction from their own experiences which has made all the difference to me. It’s been massive for me. You know when you are talking to staff they have done it themselves. Every single staff have been brilliant, they have different approaches and which has been the best therapy for me as they understand what I’ve been going through. I felt safe at Cassiobury which gave me a sense of relief and helped me to relax, release my anxieties and fears focusing on what I needed to do - from feeling broken I feel repaired. I cannot fully express what this is done for me. I can’t fault this place from the top to the cleaners. I leave Cassiobury with more understanding about addiction than I’ve ever had. I’ve got the tools I need which gives me the courage to remain sober. My loved one found this place and I’m so grateful that she did! She made a huge effort for me. You will get everything you need if you want it - don’t waste the opportunity. For me Cassiobury court will work for you but you need to work for yourself while you’re there - you won’t regret it.

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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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    Mick Lardner
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    5 months ago

    I’ve very recently attended the Cassiobury Court rehab facility and highly recommend the services provided. Set in a quiet location with enclosed courtyard the bedrooms, tutorial rooms and dining rooms are well maintained, impeccably clean and mostly modern internally The biggest plus is the wealth of experience and quality of counsellors, tutors and many of the supporting staff who themselves are recovering alcoholics/ addicts. Conducted in a structured but relaxed atmosphere the breadth and depth of tuition and counselling is such that it stimulates the open, positive participation of Clients whilst always being supportive of both the group and the individual. This is greatly enhanced with the attendance of local ‘live’ external CA meetings, zoom meetings and visiting ‘shares’ from recovering addicts. With superb catering and even a washing and cleaning service included It’s an experience that bettered my expectations and was great fun also.

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    5 months ago

    I stayed at Cassiobury Court for 28 days in December 2021 to January 2022 and I'm now 110 days clean and sober. The level of care and support you receive here from all the staff is outstanding. From admissions, to leaving through to aftercare I cannot thank everybody enough. They tirelessly go above and beyond to help every individual to get them back on track with detox, step work, one-to-one therapy, group therapy, acupuncture, fitness and good food. Each patient is different and the staff keep a very close eye on each individuals personal circumstances and try to guide them to the best of their abilities. Truely inspirational as have all been through the hell of addiction themselves so there is zero judgement. If you want it bad enough this is the safest environment to be in. I actually miss them all!!!

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    5 months ago

    Cassiobury Court is a fantastic, peaceful place to recover. I am leaving today and can’t be more grateful to the staff and fellow residents who have made my stay such a wonderful experience. All the staff are happily prepared to go the extra mile to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible. There are a great range of workshops and activities to help you explore how your mind, body and spirit can assist with your recovery. The kitchen team provide nutritionally balanced food options and if you don’t fancy what is on the menu they are happy to make something to your taste. The rooms, facilities and grounds are immaculately maintained. I am positive about the future.

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Yes, drugs affect your mental health drastically. Some people use drugs to self-medicate and help them with their mental health issues without realising that the drugs do in fact make it worse. Taking drugs will make you more susceptible to mental illnesses and can make them harder to treat. You are more likely to experience mood disorders, depression, anxiety and psychosis if you take drugs.

Educating yourself is key. Educate yourself on drug addiction so that you understand that this is a very real disease. You must be honest with an addict and be frank about the fact that they need help. Attending appointments and helping them make difficult phone calls can help. Mostly just being there and listening is the key to helping someone with an addiction.

Treatment times in rehab completely depends on the severity of your addiction. Some people may only need to stay in rehab for a couple of weeks. However, if you have a more severe addiction, you may need to stay in rehab for a few months. This completely depends on the individual and their severity of addiction.

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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