We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Farnham

Is your addiction to alcohol or drugs ruining your life? Now is the time to make a difference and create a future that you can look forward to.

Here at Cassiobury Court, we’ve helped countless people win their fight against drug and alcohol addiction.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Farnham

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We offer residential treatment that is close to the Farnham area.

Call us on 01923 369 161

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Farnham

Our exceptional team of recovery workers deliver highly effective evidence-based therapies to suit each individuals’ unique needs; this gives you the best opportunity to achieve your long-term recovery goals.

Our drug and alcohol rehab in Farnham boast high-quality, luxurious facilities with a relaxed and positive atmosphere. We aim to make you feel as comfortable as possible by providing all the home comforts you could wish for.

Creating this sense of a ‘safe haven’ encourages an efficient and successful recovery as you begin to feel confident in your new surroundings and ready to take on this difficult, yet extremely worthwhile experience.

 

Starting your journey to recovery at our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse

One of the most difficult steps can be to actually acknowledge that you have a drug addiction or alcohol addiction for which you require professional support.

As typical Brits, we tend to share an unhealthy attitude of feeling reluctant to open up and share our worries with other people.

This mindset could lead us to believing that we’re able to overcome drug and alcohol abuse on our own, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.

Whilst you might be able to remove your physical dependency on the substance through drug and alcohol detoxification, you’ll never be able to break the psychological connection without the expertise of addiction specialists.

Even undertaking a drug and alcohol detoxification on your own can be extremely ineffective and dangerous, as you’re likely to experience withdrawal symptoms, some of which could be quite severe.

This is why it’s so important to seek the support of a private drug and alcohol rehab likes ours in Farnham. If you were to leave your addiction untreated, it’ll only intensify, getting much worse the longer you leave it.

We encourage you to take this opportunity to speak with our team and ask any further questions you may have about our residential addiction treatment. If you take the first steps towards recovery today, you can avoid any additional damage to your physical and psychological health.

 

Do we treat a dual diagnosis?

It’s very common for those who are suffering from drug and alcohol abuse to be in denial about their condition. Once you’ve taken that first step in asking for help, we can begin your journey to long-term recovery together.

Over our years of experience, we’ve seen first-hand the strong connection between drug and alcohol addiction and mental health issues. In the UK, we’re now beginning to see more attention being correctly placed on rising mental health issues.

When you’re struggling with your mental health, you’re much more likely to feel as though you can’t speak to anyone and push those feelings back inside, intensifying the denial.

It’s important to look at poor mental health and drug or alcohol addiction together. When someone is experiencing both of these, we refer to it as a dual diagnosis and have effective ways to treat this.

When an individual is suffering from mental health issues, they’re almost 50% more susceptible to develop an addiction to alcohol or drugs; it’s a form of coping mechanism which ultimately makes matters much worse.

As we’re now raising more awareness on the debilitating effects of poor mental health, we’re still behind on highlighting and understanding the severe threats of drug and alcohol addiction. At our rehab, this is always at the forefront of our minds.

Addiction is an extremely complex disease which requires a structured and personalised treatment programme, expert advice, and undeniable commitment in order to achieve a successful long-term recovery.

 

What are the benefits of our private drug and alcohol rehab?

If you’ve ever attempted to recover from drug or alcohol addiction without the support of a professional rehab centre, you’ll appreciate just how impossible this is.

Whilst it may seem like the best option for your condition, it’s likely you only feel this way so that you can stay within your comfort zone.

However, in order to achieve long-term recovery, it’s essential that you’re taken out of your comfort zone. It’s also very dangerous to attempt recovery without the constant supervision of a dedicated team.

We have the added benefit of being able to administer prescribed medication to ease the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms if necessary. Give yourself the best chance of succeeding by joining our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.

Our fantastic team can help you no matter what stage you’re at in your drug or alcohol addiction. Whether you’ve been battling the effects of addiction for some time now, or you’ve only recently developed symptoms of addiction, we’re here to help and have the solution which suits you.

Each of our clients receives a completely bespoke residential addiction treatment to benefit their specific needs. This will enable you to recover both physically and psychologically from your addiction to alcohol and drugs.

 

Additional support with our drug and alcohol aftercare programme

Once you’ve completed your residential addiction treatment programme which typically lasts up to 28 days, you’ll automatically be admitted onto our aftercare programme which is completely free for 12 months.

Our dedicated aftercare team are there to continue your recovery journey with you once you’ve returned home. Many of our recovery workers have experienced drug and alcohol rehabilitation themselves, making them the perfect team to understand entirely what you’re going through and how to help you best.

Our drug and alcohol aftercare programme are designed to maintain your motivation to succeed, encourage drug and alcohol relapse prevention, and offer you a space to share any ongoing concerns you may have.

We can also recommend local support groups to take advantage of such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.

Contact our friendly team today on 01923 369 161 or email at info@cassioburycourt.com

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