We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Hackney

Published by Raffa Bari


Clinically Reviewed by Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner)

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All information on this page has been reviewed and verified by a certified addiction professional.

With an estimated 20,000 people in Hackney abusing drugs and alcohol on a daily basis, and about one-third of adults in Hackney are estimated to drink more than 14 units of alcohol per week, the need for drug and alcohol support across the borough is at an all-time high.

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Alcohol Rehab Centres In Hackney

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hackney

If you require support for a drug or alcohol addiction or know someone that does, we would highly advise that you reach out to a drug and alcohol rehab in Hackney.


The Impact That Drug and Alcohol Addictions Have On the Individual Suffering

Drug and alcohol addictions have a plethora of repercussions on those suffering. Not only does an addiction impair the general well-being of an individual, but it has a significant impact on their psychological well-being too.

An addiction, contrary to belief, is a psychological disorder that sees individuals locked into a vicious cycle that they simply cannot escape.

A prisoner in their own body and mind, those suffering will succumb to the demands of their addiction, feeding any cravings to silence their internal thoughts and feelings.

As an individual’s drug or alcohol addiction intensifies, without treatment from a drug and alcohol rehab in Hackney, they will experience a wealth of symptoms. Sadly, these symptoms signal that an addiction is becoming significantly worse.

Below, we have highlighted some of the most common symptoms that are experienced when an addiction is present.


Physical Symptoms

  • – Unexpected weight loss
  • – Irritability
  • – Restlessness
  • – Nausea
  • – Headaches
  • – Changes in eating habits


Psychological Symptoms

  • – Intense mood swings
  • – Heightened anxiety
  • – Paranoia
  • – Insomnia
  • – Memory problems
  • – Lack of judgement


Behavioural Symptoms

  • – Lack of interest in hobbies
  • – Secretive behaviour
  • – Becoming increasingly absent
  • – Isolation from others
  • – Financial problems

If you are personally experiencing any of the above symptoms, or have observed that a family member or friend is, you must seek support and guidance from a drug and alcohol rehab in Hackney.


The Impact That Drug and Alcohol Addictions Have On Families

Although those battling addictions will, of course, feel the most significant ramifications that a drug or alcohol addiction has, as an addiction escalates, it will sadly begin to take its toll on families and loved ones.

Families and loved ones will do everything in their power to support the individual battling an addiction. However, when an addiction is present, this support is often rejected.

Addictions can also cause family units to break down.  Sadly, the behavioural symptoms of addictions could see conflict arise between family members, especially if an addiction has financial implications.

It is not uncommon for those battling addictions to use any finances they can to fund their addiction. Unfortunately, this could result in a great deal of debt and financial problems for families.

In addition, as an addiction becomes significantly worse, the individual suffering will isolate themselves from their loved ones, become increasingly secretive and show a lack of interest in the things they once enjoyed.  Regrettably, families are most likely to feel the brunt of these side effects.


The Impact That Drug and Alcohol Addictions Have On the Community

While many fail to realise it, addictions can have a detrimental impact on communities.

An increase in the number of people suffering from drug and alcohol addictions in Hackney has most recently led to a rise in the number of people requiring treatment and an influx of crime within the borough.

Sadly, as a more significant number of individuals require support for their drug and alcohol addictions, the NHS is left feeling overwhelmed. Unfortunately, this may see drug and alcohol rehabs in Hackney unable to support every single individual that walks through their doors.

Without support, drug and alcohol addictions will, of course, continue to escalate.

Due to the psychological and behavioural changes that an individual will experience as their addiction heightens, Hackney, unfortunately, faces increased crime rates.

Drug addictions we provide treatment for in the London area;

Cocaine Addiction

Heroin Addiction

Cannabis Addiction

How Cassiobury Court Can Assist Those Looking for A Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Hackney

If you are searching for support for your drug or alcohol addiction in Hackney, but face lengthy waiting times due to demands for treatment, we welcome you to consider our residential drug rehab in Watford.

At Cassiobury Court, we can provide you with almost instant support and guidance.

We may even be able to offer you a space at our residential rehab within days of contacting us.

Unlike NHS rehabs, we offer in-patient support and bespoke treatment programmes across London.

Devised by a team of medical professionals and recovery specialists, our treatment programmes include detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare support to ensure that those facing drug and alcohol addictions have the best chance possible of making a long-term recovery.

See information about our detox services offered in the London area here.

Our rehabilitation programmes are industry-leading. Boasting psychological and well-being therapies, our treatments focus on addressing the factors that have caused an addiction to arise and finding solutions to prevent individuals from relapsing in the future.

From private bedrooms to spacious lounges and dining areas, our facilities are also on hand to offer those in recovery with the ability to truly focus on overcoming their addiction.


What Costs Are Associated with Residential Rehab?

Unlike outpatient treatment that is provided by the NHS, there are costs associated with attending a private residential rehab. However, we would urge you to consider attending a private rehab as an investment.

Not only will attending private rehab offer you immediate support, but it will give you the best chance of making a long-term recovery. In turn, you will regain control of your life and have the opportunity to repair any relationships that may have broken down as your addiction consumed your life.

The costs associated with residential rehab will entirely depend on the treatment package and the length of time that an individual is required to undergo treatment for.

As and when you are ready to discuss attending our rehab with us, we will be able to offer you an indication of how much the treatment required will cost.


Contact Us Today

If you are ready to seek treatment for your addiction, please do not hesitate to give us a call. Likewise, if you would like guidance on how best to support a loved one through an addiction, please feel free to contact us.


Help From Local GPs in Hackney

If you need free support, consider seeking help from your local GP. They may be able to provide free options and advice;

Well Street Surgery

28 Shore Rd, London E9 7TA

020 8985 2050

Richmond Road Medical Centre

136 Malvern Rd, London E8 3HN

020 7254 2298

Queensbridge Group Practice

24 Holly St, London E8 3XP

020 7254 1101

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.

Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner)

Dr. Olalekan Otulana MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFSRH, FRSPH, MBA (Cantab)

 Dr Otulana is a highly experienced GP and Addiction Physician. He has a specialist interest in Substance Misuse Management and he has a wide range of experience in the assessment, management (including detoxification) and residential rehabilitation of clients with various drug and substance addiction problems.  His main aim is to comprehensively assess patients with addiction problems and determine their treatment needs for medical detoxification treatments and psychological interventions. He is also experienced in managing patients who require dual drug and alcohol detoxification treatments.

A strong healthcare services professional with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from Cambridge University Judge Business School.

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