Drug and Alcohol Rehab Greenwich
For many people, when they want to open up about their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, there is still a reaction of disdain from friends and family members. Many addicts do still not try and find help for their drug problem due to the stigma surrounding drug abuse.
However, breaking through that barrier is probably one of the most courageous things someone can do. Accepting you have an addiction that could lead to your life falling apart and facing your addiction head on is brave.
If you are reading this page because you came to terms with your addiction – you have already completed step one of your Drug Rehab. It is important to know that you are not alone – between 2021-22 Greenwich had a hospital admission for alcohol-related conditions rate of 801 per 100,000 people.
Addiction is a huge problem in Greenwich, and there have been 16 deaths as a direct result of drugs in Greenwich in 2021. This highlights the problem in the area and the importance of seeking addiction treatment as soon as possible.
Let Cassiobury Court help you through the rest. We can offer you rehab in Greenwich that will support you and help you become clean within 28 days.
Expert-Led Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Greenwich
At our Greenwich rehab clinic, we have been working with counsellors who have been through the same thing as you have. Just like thousands of other people, they have gone through difficult period, yet came out victorious. At Cassiobury Court, we have the required expertise, and a tried and tested approach to drug and alcohol rehab.
The first step to becoming clean is a drug or alcohol detox. For many addicts of heavier drugs such as cocaine and heroin, there is the issue of withdrawal symptoms. Often, heavy addicts can get very sick if they do not ingest their drugs. Opioid users in particular have a difficult time during withdrawal. The reason for this is that your body gets used to your regular use of heroin, morphine or oxycodone. Once your body is signalling it is missing something, it might react differently.
With heroin, the withdrawal symptoms might lead to death in the most severe cases. We advise you not to do the detoxing at home, and instead come into the clinic where medical professionals are able to help you in case it gets too difficult.
After the detox session, counselling and therapy sessions will begin. These sessions will explore the reasoning behind the addictive behaviour and to help identify the triggers that cause or set off the addiction. We can also offer family-based therapy sessions where friends and family can attend the clinic to help with your recovery.
See information about our detox services offered in the London area here.
Help for drug and alcohol addictions in Greenwich
Drug addictions we provide treatment for in the London area;
Whether you are suffering for a drug or alcohol addiction, our treatment specialists can help you come through this difficult time, we offer FREE aftercare for a full year post detox and rehab. Our addiction treatment programmes can change your life for the better. Call us today on 01923 369 161 for more information on our London rehab centre.
If you are looking for outpatient treatment services where you attempt a drug withdrawal at home, you can book an appointment with your local GP. Your Doctor will be able to run you through a health check and provide drug substitutes and advise on local outpatient services available in Greenwich.
GPs in Greenwich
Burney Street Practice
48 Burney Street
Greenwich Square Health Centre
2nd Floor The Greenwich Centre
12 Lambarde Square
Asana Lodge - Rehab in the Midlands
- Set Against the Beautiful Backdrop of Yardley Gobion
- Scientifically Proven Treatment Techniques
- Highly Qualified & Experienced Medical and Therapy Professionals
Nova Recovery - Rehab in Scotland
- Support Therapists on Duty 24/7
- Located on the Beautiful West Coast of Scotland
- Clinically Led Addiction & Mental Health Treatments
Cassiobury Court - Rehab in Greater London
- Historic Private Rehab Centre
- 24 Hour Staffing
- Qualified Recovery Nurses