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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Ely

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Ely area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Ely

When you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Ely, you’ll no doubt want to get a place in a centre as soon as possible. While the NHS does offer some rehab places, these are strictly limited, which means you may end up on a long waiting list while seeking help. That’s why you may be considering looking for private rehab services in Cambridgeshire, and if you need fast admission and quality care, you should consider Cassiobury Court. Based in Watford, we are just a short drive away, and offer world-class rehab and facilities for your stay.

 

Tailored treatment programmes

Many rehab programmes, especially those offered by the NHS, are one-size-fits-all, so there may be many reasons why they simply won’t work for you. When you come to Cassiobury Court, your recovery programme is tailored to you, and you get more treatment options by going private. Our programmes include a blend of traditional talking therapies, like CBT – cognitive behavioural therapy, and holistic healing such as mindfulness, yoga and art therapy.

When you stay at Cassiobury Court, we focus on healing both your body and mind. Many people with addictions neglect their health when they’re suffering from this disease, so they may arrive feeling sick, tired and malnourished. If you continue to use this site, you’ll see some of the excellent services that Cassiobury Court offer to get you back to full health, from fitness sessions to chef-prepared meals.

 

Residential care at Cassiobury Court

You may be searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Ely because you want to find local clinics. However, it’s worth looking for places that are a little further from Ely itself, as this gives you the head space you need to get through therapy. Cassiobury Court is about a 90-minute drive from Ely, so it’s close enough for people to visit, yet gives you the space you need, away from the temptations of drugs and alcohol at home.

For those who’ve used drugs or alcohol for a long time, have a severe addiction, or have tried other programmes before and relapsed, residential rehab may be the best option. When it comes to treating alcohol or drug addiction, this kind of care has the highest success rate, so even if you’ve tried other programmes and don’t managed to stay sober, it’s worth giving this one a try.

When you come off drugs or alcohol, your body can react in several ways and you can get withdrawal symptoms. In some people, this can be mild, only lasting a few days, while others may suffer more severe symptoms ranging from anxiety to seizures. While you stay at Cassiobury Court, we will keep you closely monitored in case you need medical attention, with support staff on hand 24/7. If you need help with your detox, such as prescription medication to help with the side effects, just let us know. You can read more about the detox experience on our website.

 

Life after rehab

One question that people who are going through rehab will often ask is ‘what happens in the long term?’ While they may be able to stay sober in an environment such as rehab, they know that out in the real world, things are much more complicated.

At Cassiobury Court, our aim to give you the tools you need for life after drug and alcohol rehab in Ely. Our workshops are designed to help you spot the signs of a relapse, deal with difficult situations and understand your triggers. This means that you aren’t going back to real life without any help, you will know how to stay sober.

If you complete 28 days with us, you’ll also receive a year of free aftercare. The  support groups are designed to keep you on track during a time that can be difficult. You get to keep in touch with those who attended rehab with you, as well as getting help when you need it.

You may also want to reach out for support locally. Cambridgeshire County Council have a number of drug and alcohol services in the community, and local 12-step groups can also be helpful for service users, as they encourage you to stay sober in the long term.

 

The admissions process

If Cassiobury Court sounds right for you, all you need to do is pick up the phone. We offer a free initial assessment where we’ll ask questions about your physical and mental health. Once this is done, we can discuss whether we offer the right treatment services for you.

When you arrive at Cassiobury Court, you’ll go through a full assessment so we can get a better picture of what you need. If you stay on our site, we will assume it’s OK to pass details of your stay to your doctor but understand that not everyone wants details of their stay on their medical records. Therefore, it can be completely confidential if needed.

In many cases, the admissions process from initial phone call to arrival can be as little as 48 hours, depending on the availability of a bed. Of course, if the case is very urgent, just let us know and we’ll do all we can to get the process done as quickly as possible.

Get in touch with Cassiobury Court when you need drug and alcohol rehab in Ely by calling 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we will assume that you are happy for us to call you back.

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