We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Ewell

Published by Raffa Bari

At Cassiobury Court we offer leading drug and alcohol rehab treatment to people living in Ewell. Start your recovery with us today!

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Ewell

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We offer residential treatment which is close to the Ewell area.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Ewell

Drug and alcohol addiction is a persistent problem in the UK. The pandemic, mental health issues and the cost-of-living crises are all contributing to addiction. With no escape and nowhere to turn, people seek solace in alcohol and drugs.

Cassiobury Court is a private drug and alcohol rehab at the forefront of addiction treatment. With our holistic approach to addiction treatment, we have helped many people over the years achieve long-term recovery.

You may feel like a lost cause but we do not believe in those. If you are determined to turn your life around then you can. And Cassiobury Court can we be there to help.


Do I Need to Go to Rehab?

Even when considering your rehab options, you may still be wondering if you need to go. If your alcohol or drug addiction has gone far enough that you are considering professional help, then that may be all you need to know.

However, some people are unable to see what addiction is doing to them, so must look clearly at themselves and examine their behaviour. Loved ones also may need to know some common signs that a person they love should enter rehab.

If you are using drugs and alcohol to self-medicate a physical or mental health condition, that is a clear sign you have an addiction. Using substances in this way creates a downward spiral, worsening your addiction and the issue you are self-medicating. Your addiction may even add to health problems and cause you to lose your job or damage relationships.

Things of this nature happen when the addiction becomes the focus of your life and you lose enthusiasm for hobbies, working and being social.

To get a clear idea about your addiction – attempt to stop. If you suffer severe withdrawal symptoms then you need professional help and should seek out a rehabilitation centre.


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Are you suffering from an alcohol addiction and need help? Cassiobury Court is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.

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Admissions Process

Once you have decided to attend a drug and alcohol rehab, the next steps can be nerve-wracking. It’s a big decision with a lot of options, so it is completely natural to feel overwhelmed.

We at Cassiobury Court understand and try to make the admissions process as simple and stress-free as possible. Our Admissions Team is experienced and has answered every question you may have hundreds of times. No matter what may be on your mind, our team will have the answer – so make sure you ask everything you want to.

The admissions process consists of five steps that will take you from your initial enquiry to confirming your full clinical and recovery plan. The main bulk of the process can be done over the phone and quite quickly.

As a private facility, you can begin treatment with us within days of your initial enquiry. This is important as when it comes to fighting addiction, there is no sense in delaying your fighting back.


Detox Treatment at Cassiobury Court

After entering a private drug and alcohol rehab, undergoing a detox programme will be your first port of call.

Detoxification is the process of ending your physical dependence on drugs and alcohol. This is done by stopping your consumption and bearing through the withdrawal symptoms that are likely to follow.

The process for drug detox and alcohol detox is much the same but you may experience different withdrawal symptoms.

Common withdrawal symptoms include insomnia, depression, anxiety, disrupted sleep patterns, cravings, sweating, shaking and nausea.

This may sound all scary but it is something you have to go through if you wish to get sober. At Cassiobury Court, we try to ease the worst of symptoms by administering medication.

This will be done by a medical professional and you will be cared for 24/7 during this period to ensure you are comfortable and safe.

During this time, you will also be well fed to encourage the healing processes in your body and start replacing lost vital vitamins.


What Happens After Detoxification?

After detox, the bulk of your time at rehab will be spent in therapy.

Our therapies include a range of individual, group, and well-being sessions – providing you with a comprehensive and bespoke treatment programme.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, group therapy, and stress management are all things you may take part in during your time at Cassiobury Court. All the sessions you will encounter are to help you better understand your addiction and uncover ways in which you can overcome it.

During downtime, you can engage in social activities such as group walks, film nights and family visits. Being cut off from the outside may make you feel isolated so we encourage socialisation when in rehab.

Through these activities, you can connect with your peers and hopefully begin a support network that may last long after your time with Cassiobury Court.


Maintaining Sobriety After Rehab

To many who complete alcohol or drug rehab, it may seem like mission accomplished. Whilst it is important to celebrate your massive achievement at getting sober, it is only the beginning of your recovery journey.

Coming back into the “normal” world brings with it all the problems you left behind. You may be in a position where you have to rebuild your life from the ground up – which can be incredibly stressful. Many people who complete rehab struggle afterwards and relapse within months.

Relapse within the first year of finishing treatment is a real danger and one that we at Cassiobury Court want to minimise.

To help you during this transition period, we offer a FREE 12-month aftercare plan. Devised specifically to you and your unique situation, this structured plan will have an emphasis on relapse prevention and hopefully guide you through this distressing time.

You will have access to an aftercare support team and have the opportunity to attend weekly support meetings. These are an important part of long-term recovery, creating structure in your life and giving you the chance to connect with people who are in recovery as well.


Get in Touch Today

If you are ready to get help then reach out to Cassiobury Court today to enquire about the industry-leading addiction rehabilitation that we offer. Call us at 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222 to speak to one of our team.


Frequently Asked Questions

Anyone who is struggling with addiction is welcome at Cassiobury Court. All you need to do is contact us and go through our free pre-admission screening process, so we can assess your case and determine the best course of treatment for you. Our admissions team are friendly and are happy to help you start your recovery journey.

If someone you are close to is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction but is not yet in a place to reach out for help themselves, we offer a family, employer and friend referral service. We cannot force anyone who is unwilling into rehabilitation, but we can offer you advice and guidance to help you.

It is hard to say exactly how long you would need to stay at a recovery centre without knowing more about the severity of your addiction. However, when it comes to standard inpatient rehabilitation here at Cassiobury Court, we typically recommend that you are with us for around 28 days.

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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