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We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Farnbrorough

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Farnbrorough

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Farnbrorough area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Farnbrorough

If you’re suffering from an addiction and seeking drug and alcohol rehab in Farnborough, then you want to know you’re getting the best possible standards of care. A rehabilitation programme, such as those offered by Cassiobury Court, can really help you turn your life around, and while you stay with us, you can be sure of a comfortable, welcoming environment. When you’re looking for rehab clinics, you’ll no doubt notice that Cassiobury Court stands out because of its beautiful location and comprehensive treatment programme, and to start your recovery, all you have to do is pick up the phone.

 

Rehab treatment close to Farnborough

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Farnborough, the Cassiobury Court is conveniently located just an hour away on the outskirts of Watford. This suburban location is close to big parks and has a peaceful feel, so it’s a great place to go through detox and rehab.

It couldn’t be easier to get a place at Cassiobury Court. All we ask is that you are looking to overcome your addiction and are happy to follow our programme and rules. Whether you come to us for drug or alcohol rehab, we will assume that you are happy for us to contact your GP to add your stay to your medical records, but if you’re not, then nobody needs to know about your stay. Coming to Cassiobury Court means that you can spend some time away from home in complete privacy.

 

The process of rehab treatment

In nearly all cases, those coming to us for drug or alcohol rehab will need a detox. Even if you haven’t used for a few days, there can still be some left in your system, so it’s important to go through this process. When you choose residential rehab such as Cassiobury Court, rehab is a little easier, as you can take prescription medication which has a slight sedative effect, which gets rid of many of the withdrawal symptoms. Once detoxed, you can move onto alcohol or drug rehab with a clear head, and you’ll no doubt feel relieved to get these substances out of your system.

The next step to drug and alcohol rehab in Farnborough is to undertake our intensive treatment programme. You’ll spend time with addiction counsellors, many of who have struggled through drug or alcohol recovery themselves, so you can start tackling the root causes of your addiction.

 

Life at Cassiobury Court

Most people stay at Cassiobury Court for 28 days, which gives them time to undergo intensive therapy, as well as attending support groups and workshops, enjoying fitness sessions and taking walks around the grounds. Although it’s a busy schedule, you’ll have time to relax in a private room.

At Cassiobury Court, our residential treatment allows you to get support 24/7, so if you’re feeling sad or homesick, someone will always be there to talk to, whether it’s one of the support staff or a fellow patient who’s going through the same thing. That’s one of the advantages of staying in this kind of treatment centre.

Staying at Cassiobury Court is like living in a large, shared home. Although you get a private room with a double or single bed, you have shared communal areas where you can watch TV or enjoy a cup of tea with friends. It’s a great place to relax and recover when you go through your treatment, whether you’re just starting out and detoxing, or making plans for your aftercare, and we’ll be with you every step of the way.

 

Help with dual diagnoses

Some people who come to Cassiobury Court will initially be looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Farnborough, but on arrival it will be noted that they also suffer from eating disorders, a mental health issue, or a behavioural addiction. This is known as a dual diagnosis and means the person will need extra support in certain aspects of their treatment. If you have a dual diagnosis, let us know during the initial consultation so that we can help you as much as possible.

 

Life outside of rehab

While rehab can be life changing, it can be scary to step back into everyday life, without the 24-hour support you enjoyed during your stay. Complete 28 days at Cassiobury Court and we’ll provide you with a year of free aftercare, which means you can attend regular support groups with others who have gone through the same experiences.

Of course, we also offer lots of support and advice to get you back on track before you leave rehab. Some people make big changes to their life after rehab, like moving towns or changing career, while others simply need help repairing relationships or sorting out their finances. Whatever you need, we’ll try and get the right support to suit you.

We can also help you find local resources to help you in the long term. Farnborough is lucky to have Turning Point, a hub that hosts things like 12-step meetings and offers lots of support and advice to those just starting to get sober, as well as those who’ve gone through rehab.

For effective drug and alcohol rehab in Farnborough, get in touch with Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070. You can also contact us through our site, we will assume that you’re happy for us to call you back, or you can text HELP to 83222.

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