We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Halesowen

Published by Raffa Bari

Reach out to Cassiobury Court today for immediate addiction support in the Halesowen area. We are a leading private drug and alcohol rehab centre.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Halesowen

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We offer residential treatment which is close to the Halesowen area.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Halesowen

If you’re suffering from either a drug or alcohol addiction, but are looking for a way out finally, you’ve come to the right place. Equally, if you’re watching a loved one struggle with relapse time and time again, the team at Cassiobury Court want you to know that you’re not alone.

Addiction is hugely challenging and there isn’t a straight road to recovery. But there is a way out and we’re determined to show you how.


Do I Need Rehab Treatment?

One of the most difficult things when it comes to addiction is recognising or even admitting that you have a problem with drugs or alcohol. Many people struggle to come to terms with their usage but this is the first step toward recovery. While every addiction is different, these are a few signs that you might benefit from addiction recovery treatment:

  • An inability to stop using drugs or alcohol
  • Cravings when you don’t use
  • Difficulties within your personal or professional life because of drugs or alcohol
  • Health concerns connected to your usage

Not every rehabilitation centre is the same and we’re determined to find one that suits you and your life. So, whether you want to discuss your options or simply have a question, get in touch with our friendly team.


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Are you suffering from an alcohol addiction and need help? Cassiobury Court is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.

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What Happens at Rehab?

Your journey to recovery begins way before you step into your chosen rehabilitation centre. After admitting that you need help, it’s time to speak to one of our team. They’ll ask a series of questions, answer any of your questions and put together a full picture of you, your addiction and your needs.

With this information, we can then start looking for an addiction rehabilitation programme that will suit you best.

A pre-assessment medical screening will ensure that you’re in the best condition mentally to start any treatment and then you’ll be given a start date. Once you arrive at Cassiobury Court, you’ll be shown around the unit, meeting the team of doctors, mental health specialists and counsellors who will be with you every step of the way.

However long your treatment programme, you’ll spend your time taking part in group and individual therapy sessions as well as wellbeing activities. This includes talking sessions, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy and drama and art sessions alongside meditation and mindful exercises.

We like to involve your friends and family in sessions to allow them to understand your addiction and treatment in full and be able to provide you with the necessary support – both now and in the future.

While we focus on mitigating the physical dependency, your time at Cassiobury Court is also about getting to grips with the emotional and psychological addiction. Supported by a team of professionals, you’ll be guided to understand your addiction and the effects it’s having on you. We’ll help you to identify any triggers and create long-lasting and healthier coping mechanisms.

Before you start any treatment, you may be required to carry out a medically assisted detox. This is the process of the drug or alcohol leaving your body. Away from rehab, this is one of the first hurdles of recovery and the reason why so many people aren’t successful. Not only is it hard but withdrawal symptoms can make it very dangerous.

At Cassiobury Court, you’ll be monitored regularly however and prescribed any medication to help with the side effects. Call us today on 01923 369 161 to find out more.



What Are the Benefits of Residential Rehab?

Before choosing your preferred rehab centre, you’ll have to pick between inpatient or outpatient treatment. Inpatient treatment requires you to stay on-site overnight for the entire duration of your addiction recovery treatment. Outpatient treatment, on the other hand, means you would return home in the evening after your treatment.

Some experts believe that inpatient treatment has a higher success rate but it does typically cost more. Despite this, you need to consider how difficult it would be to return home to familiar surroundings and temptations, and groups of people that could be a bad influence on your recovery. Other benefits of inpatient residential treatment include:

  • 24/7 access to support and guidance
  • A private room and meals are taken care of
  • Proven therapies combined with well-being activities
  • Opportunity to focus fully on your recovery
  • A medically safe and supported alcohol and drug detox


How Much Does Rehab Cost?

As mentioned above, inpatient residential rehab is typically more expensive compared to outpatient rehab. The cost depends on the centre you choose, whether a detox is required and how long you’re there. Usually though, you can expect to pay a couple of thousand pounds for a short stay and up to £10,000 for a longer 28-day stay. See more about the cost of rehab at Cassiobury Court.

You may be able to get rehab treatment on the NHS but this often only relates to outpatient treatment. If you have health insurance, your policy may also include rehab treatment but it’s important to check with your individual provider.


Contact Us for Rehab in Halesowen

Whether you’re based in Halesowen or the nearby area, the team at Cassiobury Court can help. As a leading drug and alcohol rehab centre in the UK, our private treatments have helped hundreds of people to get their life back on track – and you could be next.

As well as a full range of therapies and treatments, we offer a tailored recovery plan for all, 12 months of FREE aftercare and we have care plans to suit all budgets.

That’s not all, as our family helpline and bespoke day case options mean no one has to miss out if they truly want to walk away from addiction.

You’ve taken the first step by being on this page so now take the next and give our team a call on 01923 369 161. With Cassiobury Court by your side, you’ll never be alone.


Frequently Asked Questions

Some signs that you may have an alcohol addiction can include hiding your alcohol consumption from others, avoiding social events that do not involve alcohol, being unable to go lengths of time without thinking of alcohol, and allowing alcohol to take priority over your loved ones.

Once you have completed your inpatient treatment stay at our drug and alcohol rehab, you will be able to return back home. You will receive access to our complimentary aftercare programme so that you can stay on track and maintain the work you did during your stay with us.

A lot of addictions are characterised as behavioural illnesses. While we can help people to break free from the cycle of addiction, the threat of relapsing will sadly always be there. However, through our relapse prevention planning and complimentary aftercare programme, you will be able to remain on track. Relapsing is a threat that you learn to manage and avoid, meaning a lot of successful recovering addicts never relapse.

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.

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