Drug and Alcohol Rehab Gateshead
Battling a drug or alcohol addiction is a difficult experience, and people want a long-term recovery but do not know what help they can get or where to get it.
Getting the help that you require is often a difficult step to take. Many of our clients speak of feelings of embarrassment or shame. But when you get in touch with us, we can assure you we will not judge you or your situation – we just want to help you. Everyone has different reasons for deciding to seek help. For many, the moment is when someone realises that their drug and alcohol abuse is having severe, negative effects on their relationships with family and friends.
They may also have severe financial issues and workplace problems. We have been helping people in Gateshead for a long time and we are able to provide a personalised, structured treatment programme that has a track record of success. We will also work with you to create follow- up drug and alcohol addiction strategies, which allows you to take back control of your life.
Here at our rehab centre, our team of experienced and caring professionals will help to manage your treatment and long-term recovery. But we need help from the most important person in this process – you. If you match our passion and commitment towards your recovery, then you will succeed and take back control of your life. Please contact Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070, or text HELP to 83222 and let’s make a start without delay.
In order to achieve a long-term recovery, we recommend a 28-day commitment to our residential rehab.
Whilst this might seem like a long time to be treated, this gives you the best opportunity for a physical and psychological recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. You will be free of the stress of your everyday life and you’ll be able to completely focus on your recovery.
One of the biggest benefits of residential rehab is that you can stay away from ongoing bad influences, whether these be people or places that cause you to become involved with drug or alcohol abuse.There are outpatient treatment programmes available in the Gateshead area, but we do not believe that these allow you to have the optimal approach to your recovery. These services are available via the NHS or local charities, but you leave their rehabilitation centre at weekends and evenings.
This will place a lot of responsibility on you early into your treatment and many clients do not handle this well and suffer from a relapse. Private rehab is not the cheapest option, but Cassiobury Court are reasonably priced. We can work with you to find a treatment plan within your budget and there are no hidden fees.
Drug and alcohol addiction treatment is available on the NHS but due to government cuts in the last decade, the waiting lists are prohibitively long. Whilst on the waiting list your condition may worsen and endanger your health. Why not contact us today for a no obligation addiction consultation?
Rehab can be costly when you want quality, which is why we have a price range to ensure we provide options.
Our price bracket sirs between £3,500 – £5,000 per week. We can provide you with more information regarding our prices for longer term stays and also talk more about your budget and what will suit you best during a call with our team. Either fill in our contact form or call up today to find out more.
The importance of a detox clinic
When you first arrive in our care, we’ll perform a thorough assessment of you both physically and mentally. This allows us to get to know you as an individual and plot the best way forward.
Our drug and alcohol services and treatment are bespoke, and we take the time to find out what works best for you. At this point we can also diagnose any underlying mental health conditions, the probable root cause of your addiction.
This dual diagnosis treatment is essential in relapse prevention – if we treat your underlying condition, we significantly reduce the chances of a relapse in the future.When we fully understand you and your situation, it’s time for you to enter our detox clinic. There’s no getting around the fact that detox is not pleasant.
It is likely the hardest part of your treatment and you will probably feel like giving up. The purpose of detox is to remove the toxins from your body that have been caused by a sustained period of drug and alcohol abuse. However, the body will react negatively to this via a series of withdrawal symptoms. These can vary from uncomfortable to somewhat dangerous.
However, when you undergo detox in a Cassiobury Court rehabilitation centre, our staff offer round the clock care and can offer prescription medication to alleviate your discomfort if required.
Therapy in Gateshead
A big part of your rehab in Gateshead is therapy. We combine more traditional therapy treatments, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), stress management and group therapy with more holistic approaches such as art therapy and exercise classes and yoga lessons.
There isn’t a magic cure for a drug or alcohol addiction, this is an illness that you learn to overcome and control. Cassiobury Court will provide you with a fresh new mindset and new outlook on life.
We will give you all the tools you require to take control of your addiction. But you will need to put the work in to ensure that you stay free of drugs and alcohol for the rest of your life
When you are preparing to leave our care, we will provide you with a free, comprehensive aftercare plan. This will prepare you for the return to your normal life in Gateshead.
You will be encouraged to join local support groups, who will help you to continue your recovery journey. You will also have access to a 24-hour helpline in the critical year after your rehab, which is the timeframe in which a recovering addict is their most prone to suffering from a relapse; don’t forget that you will also have access to local AA or NA groups too.
Suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction is a difficult and often lonely path. Why not get in touch with Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070, or text HELP to 83222 and see how we can help you?