We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Fareham

Our residential rehab centre provides our clients with top-quality drug and alcohol rehab treatment. Find out more here.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Fareham

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

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Fareham

Drug and alcohol addiction can affect anyone. Quicker than you can imagine, casual drinking and drug-taking can slide into something more severe. Addiction can ruin lives so you must face up to it sooner rather than later.

If you have accepted your situation, then you have made a massive step towards recovery. Cassiobury Court is a private drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre, dedicated to helping people free themselves from addiction. Our industry-leading treatment has helped many turn their lives around for the better.

 

Do I Have an Addiction?

If you are unsure if you have an addiction then it is wise to examine your behaviour further. Many people do not get the help they need because they are in denial, suffering the consequences of that decision.

There are many common signs and symptoms of addiction that you can be on the lookout for. They can be divided into physical, psychological and behavioural symptoms.

Physical symptoms:

  • Change in weight
  • Changed sleep pattern (sleeping less or sleeping more)
  • A downturn in personal hygiene
  • Looking ill and/or pale
  • Regularly have red eyes and dilated pupils

Psychological symptoms:

  • Lack of focus and concentration
  • Suffering from depression, anxiety and stress
  • Increased agitation
  • Mood swings
  • Cravings

Behavioural symptoms:

  • Tried to stop and can’t
  • Loss of enthusiasm for things you once enjoyed
  • Life more and more revolves around addiction
  • Pulling away from responsibilities and relationships
  • Becoming more dishonest

If any of these seem familiar to you, it may be time to seriously consider going into an alcohol and drug rehab.

 

Why Choose Private Rehab?

Entering private rehab gives you access to an addiction treatment plan that you could not get through the NHS. With Cassiobury Court, you can take part in a range of therapies and treatments in a peaceful setting that has recovery at its core.

The treatment plan you will undergo is bespoke and catered for your situation to ensure the most effective results.

Moving into a rehab centre allows you to take a break from your life and leave behind a possible toxic environment and behaviour patterns.

You will appreciate this change in your life, allowing you to focus only on your recovery during an intense but rewarding time.

As we are a private facility, your admission can be discreet and quick. This allows you to begin recovery as soon as possible.

 

Admissions Process

Once you have decided to book yourself into rehab, you must do it. To many, this can be a daunting task – with too many options and questions on your mind. It can feel like a monumental task that threatens to overwhelm you.

We at Cassiobury Court understand what you may be going through. Our Admissions Team is there to make the admissions process as stress-free as possible, providing you with all the information you need before coming to our facility.

The process is simple and will set you on the path to long-term recovery. Call us on 01923 369 161 to find out more.

Initial Enquiry

An initial call to us will put you in contact with our admissions team. During this time, you can explain your situation and your hopes for rehabilitation. Our team is on hand 24/7 so you can contact us at any time.

Pre-Admission Screening

To provide you with the best options, we need to know more about you. This screening can take place over the phone and be done in 20 minutes. We will ask you about your circumstances, your addiction, physical and mental health, requirements, and anything else that is important to getting you the right help.

Treatment Deposit

After you’ve decided on the best option for you, an admission date then a deposit must be made. Places in our centres are snapped up quick so putting down a deposit ensures you a space.

After these steps, your admission day will come around quickly. You will complete any outstanding paperwork and finalise your addiction programme with a clinical and recovery plan assessment.

 

Detox and Therapy Treatment in Fareham

The first step of rehab is detoxification. At Cassiobury Court, we use medication to ease withdrawal symptoms and make you as comfortable as we can. The medication is administered by medical professionals and will differ depending on whether you are undergoing alcohol detox or drug detox.

Though it can be an unpleasant time, detox lasts usually no more than a week.

After detoxing, you will take part in therapy sessions. Individual sessions such as stress management and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy are used to help you work on coping skills and understand your addiction better. Group therapy is another important tool that allows you to connect with others and have support during your time at rehab.

Following our holistic approach to addiction treatment, we also offer well-being therapies to help relax you during your stay with us. Being in the right frame of mind and looking after your mental health is vital to ensuring you are fully committed to the programme.

 

Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

The time immediately after completing rehab can be as important as rehab itself. You may find yourself re-entering the outside world, unsure of your place. You are now sober and may have to rebuild parts of your life that addiction blew apart.

The scale of this task may frighten you, leading you back into the arms of drugs and alcohol. Many people feel this way and go down this path. We at Cassiobury Court try to minimise this outcome as much as we can.

As most relapses occur within the first year of completing a treatment programme, you strive to ensure that our relationship with you doesn’t end when you pass through our exit doors. We provide a FREE 12-month aftercare plan, carefully crafted by our aftercare specialists, to help you during those overwhelming first few months.

With access to resources such as weekly support meetings, you can stay vigilant against your addiction and focus on relapse prevention. Understanding that recovery is a long road will give you a greater chance of achieving it and lead you to enjoy your sober life a lot more.

 

Get Help Today

If you are ready for change then there is no time like the present. Contact our team today by calling 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222.

Start your recovery journey today and get access to some of the best addiction treatments in the country.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What works for one person may not work for another person in the same way, as rehab works differently for every individual. We can, however, advise that residential rehab generally has a higher rate of successful recoveries and is recommended for people suffering from a severe drug or alcohol addiction. Outpatient treatment provides more flexibility as you remain at home whilst visiting the rehab clinic each day, but is not as intensive.

Cassiobury Court can operate through a family and friend referral scheme, and sometimes we may be able to advise employers with getting help for their employees. The best way to find out if we are able to help you with your particular situation is to call our helpline and describe your situation to our helpline staff. Referring someone to rehab can be quite a delicate situation, and so we will try to make the process as simple and effective as possible.

When you finally reach out to us and sort your place at our treatment centre the helpline staff will be able to provide you with a thorough list of what you need to bring. However, some of the basics include clothing for both outdoor and indoor activities, a notepad and pen to record your progress, and pictures of your loved ones/sentimental items to keep you committed to recovery.

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