Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hay Mills
Drug and alcohol addiction is a continuous problem within our society today. The last two years have been a struggle for everyone and many people are suffering as an occasional escape from the hardships has descended into severe substance abuse.
Recognising you have a problem and seeking help is a huge step towards getting sober – and rehab is the most effective way to turn your life around.
Cassiobury Court provides industry-leading treatment at all our facilities across the country. We believe in a high level of care and possess an acute understanding of addicts’ needs –giving them a greater chance at long-term sobriety.
If you are local to the area or looking to begin your recovery further away from your current environment, then our rehab clinic may be the perfect place to begin your journey. With our simple and stress-free admissions process, you could be accessing our treatment services within days of your initial enquiry.
Inpatient Rehab vs Outpatient Rehab
When it comes to alcohol or drug rehab, there are two main pathways on the road to recovery – inpatient or outpatient treatment.
Going through drug and alcohol rehab on an outpatient basis means that you detox and attend the therapy sessions during the day, returning to your own home at night. If you are looking to stay in your local area and are lucky enough to have a good support network around you then this might be the best option for you.
Outpatient rehab comes with its dangers though as you will still be in an environment that could be rife with daily triggers and temptations – making it harder to get through the treatment. If your addiction is more severe then outpatient treatment may prove ineffective and something more comprehensive might be needed.
At Cassiobury Court, we believe that inpatient rehab is the most effective form of addiction treatment. The concentrated nature of your experience with us, where you live and breathe your recovery treatment, gives you the best chance of achieving your goals. Inpatient rehab means that you can remove yourself from the toxic environment where your addictions flourished – allowing you to close a chapter on that part of your life. At an inpatient rehab, you will also have access to the full range of treatment options.
Inpatient rehab is more expensive than outpatient but far more effective with a lower relapse rate.
Detoxification Process at an Inpatient Rehab
Detox is a key process in the journey towards sobriety that must be dealt with first. Detoxification means flushing the harmful toxins from your body that you have become physically dependent on. This is done so that your body can begin to recover and give you the chance to approach therapy with a clearer mind so that you can more effectively engage with your recovery.
At Cassiobury Court, detox is medically induced under the watchful eye of medical professionals who will keep you comfortable during this distressing time. The medication is specifically chosen due to many factors such as your addiction, medical history, and history with addiction. Withdrawal symptoms are unavoidable – with us at least it will occur in a setting catered towards bringing calm and comfort.
Whether it be alcohol detox or drug detox, the process is the same. Depending on the severity and the substance there may be differences in side effects – but whatever you are going through our staff will do everything to help.
Therapy Options at Cassiobury Court
During your time in drug or alcohol rehab, you will undergo a wide array of addiction therapy that will be catered towards you. The rehab treatments are built around what will work best for you – rather than being a one size fits all addiction recovery programme.
Through a combination of individual and group therapies, well-being therapies and social activities we provide a comprehensive programme that will help you better understand your addiction and aid you in your goal of achieving long-term sobriety.
Therapies at Cassiobury Court include Dialectical and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. This involves dealing with current problems, employing stress management, and achieving a positive mindset. Individual talk therapy will be supplemented by group therapy, art therapy and other more holistic approaches such as Reiki, acupuncture, and massage. Social activities such as quiz nights and group walks are important to recovery as they keep you social and connecting to others. Feeling isolated cultivates addiction as you can fixate on temptations and be drawn back to substances.
Dual-diagnosis treatment is also essential and available if you or a loved one has any mental health conditions.
What Happens After Rehab?
Your time in rehab can last as little as 28 days. This may seem like a short turnaround from addiction to sobriety, but the intensive treatment you will receive at Cassiobury Court stands you in good stead once you leave.
To make this transitional period easier, we give you the option of participating in our aftercare treatment plan. This plan, created by our aftercare staff, lasts for the first year after rehab and acts as a roadmap in the early days of sobriety.
Your aftercare plan is created during your time with us as we monitor your progress and make sure you have access to the correct help afterwards. You will be encouraged to attend weekly support meetings with other addicts which are ran by volunteers. These volunteers themselves are usually in recovery also.
Support groups like this allow you the chance to connect with others in similar situations and build a support network – helping you through hard times. With aftercare, you will continue to hone the coping skills you learned in drug and alcohol rehab and get better at identifying triggers to avoid any potential relapses down the road.
Aftercare is a vital component of relapse prevention and living a life free of addiction that will hopefully be more rewarding for you.
Find Effective Addiction Treatment in the West Midlands Today
If you or a loved one find yourself in a space ready to commit to an inpatient rehab in Hay Mills – don’t delay in contacting us to find out more information. A member of our dedicated team will talk you through your treatment options and answer any questions you might have. Call us at 01923 369 161, text HELP to 83222 or use the contact form on the website to begin the journey to recovery.
Once you’ve been discharged from rehab, there’s a strong chance that you will be free from drugs and alcohol. Yet in order to remain sober and to develop a lifestyle that supports your new intentions, you will have to make the transition period at a slow pace.
Small yet impactful milestones will be dotted across the transition period. Each week, a sense of normality will return. Aftercare services will help you throughout the process, to adjust and to opt for sustainable change.
You should expect to feel better, post-rehab. Yet you’ll also need to continue your efforts back home in Hay Mills.
Mental health support and services can be accessed via rehab. If you are struggling alongside your substance use disorder, dual diagnosis treatment will be available.
If you are however struggling on a post-rehab basis, aftercare sessions will be arrangeable. Self-help will also be invaluable, such as leading a balanced and healthy lifestyle and partaking in mindfulness.
If you’re struggling to manage your symptoms, mental health treatments will be accessible, following a similar process to drug and alcohol rehab.
Support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous are extremely private. They are confidential and credibly run. Yet you can still expect a sense of community whilst attending your meetings.
Meetings are offered on a post-rehab basis, as a form of aftercare. They are beneficial whilst working through early recovery, helping to increase accountability and to broaden perspectives.
The most suitable support group will be offered to you in your local area.