We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Filton

Published by Raffa Bari

If you are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, we can help you at our drug alcohol rehab.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Filton

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Filton area.

Call us on 01923 369 161

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Filton

If you’re based in Filton and are looking for a private drug and alcohol rehab, you’ve come to the right place. Located in the south west of England and with links to Bristol and London, some of the UK’s leading addiction recovery centres are close by too.

While addiction and recovery may be hugely challenging, with the right team by your side and a tailored care plan to keep you on track, the life you’ve always wanted really isn’t that far away.


Finding the Right Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centre

As one of the leading drug and alcohol rehab centres, at Cassiobury Court, we’re best placed to help individuals and their families going through drug or alcohol addiction. Of course, it’s important to find a rehab centre that suits you and your needs, which is why our team of friendly advisors will get to know you before they suggest a plan of action.

By getting in touch via our phone on 01923 369 161, we can answer any questions you may have and outline what to expect. One of the biggest decisions when it comes to rehab is choosing whether you want to attend as an inpatient or outpatient and we can help you to weigh up those options too.

Every rehab centre is different but at Cassiobury Court, we use a combination of group and individual therapy to help you to get to grips with your addiction in full. We don’t just focus on treating the physical addiction but also on emotional and psychological dependencies too.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Art Therapy, two of the most proven addiction recovery therapies, are used to help you to identify any triggers and open up about your feelings and past experiences.

As well as this, you’ll have access to a personalised aftercare plan with support groups and relapse prevention advice. This is to ensure that you have everything you need to recover, now and in the future.


What Happens at Rehab?

As mentioned, at rehab, you’ll take part in a series of therapies and treatments as well as well-being activities to help you to carve a new and healthier lifestyle.

When you first arrive, you’ll meet the team of professionals who will be looking after you and also be shown around the centre. Don’t worry if you’re feeling nervous or even scared as this is completely normal. Just know that the team at Cassiobury Court are there for you, 24/7.

Before you start any treatment, it’s likely that you’ll be required to complete a drug or alcohol detox. If you’ve tried this at home before, you’ll know how difficult it can be. In fact, it’s one of the first hurdles when it comes to recovery and the biggest cause of relapses. Not only is it incredibly hard but withdrawal symptoms can soon become dangerous.

At Cassiobury Court, however, you’ll be supported through a medically safe detox. We’ll explain exactly what’s going to happen and what you should expect as any substances leave your body. Then, our team of doctors and mental health specialists will monitor you regularly and ensure you’re coping physically and mentally.

We’re also able to prescribe any medication to help with side effects. A medically-assisted detox is one of the biggest benefits of inpatient residential rehab.


How Long Does Rehab Last For?

This is one of the most common questions we get asked and, the truth is, it varies from person to person.

At Cassiobury Court, we typically offer 28-day programmes but this depends on the individual, their budget and how well they respond to treatment. Other units may offer shorter stays but we feel that 28-day programmes have the best chance of long-term recovery.


The Admissions Process for Rehab in Filton

Addiction itself can be stressful and we understand that you’re probably anxious about coming to rehab which is why we ensure the admissions process is simple and straightforward. What’s more, our friendly admissions team who have years of experience in addiction and recovery will be with you every step of the way.

At Cassiobury Court, our admissions process can be broken down into a few simple steps:

  1. It begins with an initial enquiry, whether via phone, email or using our online chat. Our trained advisors will ask a few questions to get to know you, your addiction and your dreams for recovery. They will answer your questions and also outline your options.
  2. Next, it’s the pre-admission screening which is where we match you with one of our centres and begin to create a personalised recovery plan. This is also where we determine your suitability and physical and mental health condition.
  3. You’ll then receive details of your treatment centre, an admission date and be required to pay a treatment deposit to secure your place.
  4. Finally, it’s time to get ready for admission day! Of course, if you have any questions before then, we’re always here to help.


Contact Us for Rehab in Filton

Whether you want to discuss addiction recovery treatment for yourself or a loved one, we’re the team to turn to. As a leading drug and alcohol rehab centre in the UK, our team of medical professionals use the latest therapies and treatment to ensure you have everything you need for recovery success, both now and in the future.

Not only do we have a great success rate but we only prescribe personalised treatment plans so you know that your care will be tailored to you. We firmly believe this is essential for long-term recovery.

We offer help for drug and alcohol addiction in many parts of Gloucestershire, including Tewkesbury, Cotswolds, Stroud and more.

Not just that but you’ll get a full year of free aftercare as well as relapse prevention advice, and our family helpline service means you’re never alone. We also have treatment to suit a range of budgets and bespoke day case options so everyone can have access to rehab. Simply fill out our contact form or call us on 01923 369 161 and take the next step towards your new future.


Frequently Asked Questions

We strongly advise against undergoing a drug or alcohol detoxification at home as this significantly increases the risks that are associated with detox. It’s crucial that you have the 24/7 support of our expert team by your side throughout the entire detoxification process. The team can safely manage any withdrawal symptoms that may arise by offering prescribed medication to ease any discomfort.

Drug or alcohol addiction will affect individuals differently. However, there are some common signs to look out for which will indicate that you need to seek professional support immediately. These include frequent mood swings, always feeling tired, being unable to say no to dangerous substances, being dishonest, consuming more alcohol or drugs to feel a stronger high/intoxication, and being less interested in activities.

The duration of your treatment can vary depending on the severity of your addiction to alcohol or drugs and on your own personal circumstances. Longer treatment programmes provide you with more time to adjust to the detox process and to spend time with the addiction experts at our drug and alcohol rehab.

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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