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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Glasgow

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We offer residential treatment which is close to the Glasgow area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Glasgow

When national studies are carried out on drug and alcohol addictions, Glasgow is often at the top of the list for people suffering from this disease. There has long been a culture of binge drinking in the city, which for some people has gotten out of control, while there are also large quantities of drugs available from heroin to legal highs. This means that many people are seeking drug and alcohol rehab in Glasgow to overcome their issues. Unfortunately, because of the sheer amount of people seeking help, it can be difficult to access NHS care, which is why you might be considering private rehab centres. Cassiobury Court offer world-class rehab in a comfortable, homely setting, giving you an amazing place to start your recovery.


Choosing residential rehab

When you search for drug and alcohol rehab in Glasgow, you’ll be presented with a number of options from home detoxes to outpatient clinics. While these programmes can work for some people, it’s our experience that your best chance of addiction recovery is through residential treatment. Not only is this kind of treatment more intensive, allowing you to go through huge amounts of therapy in a 28-day programme, it also allows you to be away from temptation and negative behavioural patterns that often occur during addiction.

Cassiobury Court is set in Watford, on the outskirts of North London, so it feels far from home even though it’s just a short flight from Glasgow. Watford is close to major London airports, and we can help with arrangements such as transfers so you arrive safely for your addiction treatment.


Opting for private drug and alcohol rehab

Glasgow addiction services have been overstretched for a long time, and with cuts to the NHS in general, the waiting lists are unlikely to get any shorter. When someone with an addiction agrees to drug or alcohol rehabilitation, time is of the essence, and any delay could lead to their problem getting worse. By choosing a programme at Cassiobury Court, you can get admitted within 48 hours, rather than having to wait for weeks or months, so there’s no reason to put off your treatment.

In many cases, people aren’t offered treatment that’s suitable for them, so have to make do with whatever the NHS can provide. They may simply be offered a drug or alcohol detox, but then not have much in the way of follow up treatment or support. When you contact Cassiobury Court for drug and alcohol rehab in Glasgow, you can be sure that the treatment is tailored to you, giving you the best possible chance of success.


Your time at Cassiobury Court

When you make the initial phone call, we’ll carry out a telephone assessment to decide whether this kind of treatment is suitable for you. If you decide to go ahead, we’ll ensure you’re admitted quickly, and can carry out a full assessment of your alcohol or drug addiction. Many people who come to us also need help with their mental health, so we’ll discuss what support we can provide during the programme. Each treatment programme is tailored to the individual, as we know that addiction has many causes, so what works for one person might not work for someone else.

We help you go through a detox, which can involve a number of withdrawal symptoms, so we’ll help you by prescribing medication and offering lots of support. When you stay at Cassiobury Court, you have people to help you out around the clock, which is something you simply don’t get as an outpatient.

At Cassiobury Court, we offer many different types of therapy, both traditional and holistic, which can help you overcome your addictive behaviours. This includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, group therapy, holistic treatments and much more. One of the big advantages of treatment centres when compared to outpatient programmes is that you can try a combination of therapies, rather than one at a time, giving you the best chance of getting and staying sober.

If you complete your 28-day programme at Cassiobury Court, you’ll get a year of free aftercare. This allows you to stay in touch with us and to keep on track during that tough first year after rehab. If you complete both your programme and aftercare, then you have an excellent chance of staying sober in the long term.


Staying with us

When you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Glasgow, you may assume that you’ll be staying somewhere that’s like a hospital or a secure unit. However, Cassiobury Court is a homely, comfortable place to stay, and we work hard to help you relax from the moment you arrive. Some drug and alcohol rehab clinics can be a little daunting, but we ensure you are given a warm welcome and made to feel at home.

We offer options such as private and en-suite rooms, which allow you to enjoy extra peace and privacy. There are comfortable communal areas and treatment rooms where you can undertake your therapy sessions or simply relax with the others. Overall, we want you to feel positive and happy when you stay with us, not like you’re being punished or are locked up. There are plenty of chances to enjoy country walks and outings, so you won’t feel bored either.


Getting help

Whether you’ve suffered from a drug or alcohol addiction for a few months or for years, we are here to help when you decide you need it. Many people come to rehab because their drinking or drug use has caused health problems, while others may have suffered a relationship breakdown or job loss because of their substance abuse. Whatever your situation, you can be sure of a friendly, non-judgemental environment where you can heal.

If you need help with an alcohol or drug addiction, speak to Cassiobury Court to find out more about our treatment programmes. Simply call us on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 for a quick response.

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