Drug and Alcohol Rehab Guildford
Our private rehab centre offers support to thousands across the country each year. However, for each and every one of them, it was a difficult step to take.
Most people who come through our doors as drug addicts did so with hesitancy and fear of embarrassment.
There is nothing to be embarrassed about when it comes to getting help and healing yourself. In fact, it’s a sign of strength and you will thank yourself for taking this step towards your recovery.
Why do people become Addicted to Substances?
Drug and alcohol addiction often starts small but leads up to a life where substance abuse is at the centre of it. This can occur for a number of reasons.
It could be a result of your upbringing or social circle – Being around others who abuse substances makes it much more likely that you will do the same at some point. Social reinforcement is a powerful trigger in addiction.
Mental health problems – Illnesses such as depression can lead to binge drinking or drug-taking as a form of self-medication that quickly becomes a crutch. However, it becomes a vicious cycle where substance abuse makes mental health worse.
Life issues – When everything goes wrong or you experience major changes, people try to cope with drink or drugs. Even a temporary problem can trigger a lifetime of drug or alcohol abuse. People may assume that you are happy just because you are coping when in reality you are just hanging on.
You may be genetically predisposed – There is evidence that there’s a genetic link to addiction, which may mean you’re naturally more drawn to substances than others. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible to recover though.
It might have started off innocent – Many people take prescribed painkillers and inadvertently become addicted to them, particularly opiate-based painkillers. This is a very common problem and it takes a long time before people recognise that they have a problem.
Cassiobury Court’s approach to Drug and Alcohol Addiction
When you arrive at our rehab centre, we will get you settled into your private accommodation straight away. We can even arrange this the same day you call up if required.
There’s no need to wait around for urgent care, you’ll be seen to straight away at Cassiobury Court.
This is the great thing about private rehab, as opposed to NHS addiction treatment options that would have you waiting a long time for help.
After you’re all settled into our rehab clinic, the first thing we’ll do start the detoxification process. This is a way to remove all the harmful substances from your body and will help ease the withdrawal process.
Once the detoxification is complete, it’s time to lay the foundation for your recovery.
We provide a range of treatment programmes including private therapy sessions and support group sessions with an addiction counsellor. This is where the real work begins and we will help you make changes that set you up for future success.
In these sessions, we will first get to the root of the problem that has caused the addiction in the first place.
Then we can move forward towards making better habits and implementing changes that will prevent future relapses.
Are you ready to attend Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Even considering rehab is a great first step and it’s hard to get there. The next question you may have is – are you really ready for rehab? You might think, surely you can handle this on your own?
You might be able to, but it’s an incredibly difficult task to manage your own recovery. That’s why we have a lot of success in our rehab clinics.
We offer a stable environment with professional addiction counsellors on hand to manage your recovery.
However, if you’re showing any of the signs below, we would absolutely recommend seeking out an official rehab treatment programme.
- Your doctor has warned you about health issues – Doctor knows best. If they see you’re having health problems related to your drug or alcohol intake, you need to take this seriously.
- Stability in your life is suffering – It’s so much harder to maintain the stable elements of your life when you’re an addict. This could mean losing your job, your relationships, your friends or family’s support too. Once that stability goes, things can get even worse.
- You’ve been in danger – Being intoxicated can lead to injuries, poor decision making or even a dip into criminal activities to fund your habit. When other options seem impossible, it’s very easy to justify crime when you’re desperate.
If you show any of these signs or have experienced anything like the above, it’s time to make a change. This habit isn’t going away on its own, you need help and support to make the changes you need to.
What is a rehab facility really like?
Rehab might sound like a scary place, but the reality is much different. Our rehab clinics are a space for quiet, healing and comfort.
They’re located in beautiful residential settings with private, discreet gardens and grounds for you to explore at your leisure. We want you to heal with us after all.
At Cassiobury Court, our residential treatment is open to people all over the country.
However, if you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Guildford, there’s one only a stone’s throw away. We can arrange transportation for you to attend our Guildford rehab centre.
Begin the Road to Recovery at our Rehab Clinic in Guildford
We offer a wide range of addiction treatment, free aftercare to ensure you stay sober, and also help attending support groups when you eventually leave.
All our treatment programmes are tailored to your specific needs and circumstances because we know there’s no ‘one size fits all’ in rehabilitation.
Wherever you’re based in the United Kingdom, we will help you get to a clinic close to you. We can arrange transport for anyone in the Guildford area to attend our Guildford rehab centre, and also offer our support and addiction treatment to nearby areas such as Woking and Sutton Green.
Are you ready to take the first steps on the road to recovery? Your recovery journey begins with a simple phone call to our rehab centre. Get in touch with our admissions team on 0800 001 4070 to get started and get the help you need.