We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Hayes

Published by Raffa Bari

Spaces are available in our specialist drug and alcohol rehab clinic in Hayes. Start your road to recovery by calling us now on 01923 369 161!

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Hayes

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Hayes area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hayes

It’s common for those suffering from an alcohol or drug addiction to be in denial. Addiction alters the way that you think and feel pleasure, so when you’re in the grip of an addiction, you may not realise the damage you’re doing to yourself and others. Being in denial keeps you in the cycle off addiction and stops you from healing. However, if you’re searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Hayes, the odds are that some small part of you wants to get better, and Cassiobury Court can help.

Cassiobury Court is set in Watford, just a short drive from Hayes, and has a highly skilled team of addiction specialists to help you get off alcohol or drugs and start to live a sober life. We give you the tools you need for long term success, so you no longer have to sneak around and feel guilty about your addiction, you can feel free and ready to live life.


Treatment to suit your needs

When you choose to go into a drug rehab centre, you want somewhere that’ll be suited to your needs, so at Cassiobury Court we tailor each treatment plan to suit the many different people who come through our doors. Everyone responds differently to detox and rehab, so when you first come to Cassiobury Court, one of our consultant psychiatrists will draw up a plan for your stay. This will include things like whether you choose a medically assisted drug or alcohol detox, or what kind of therapies might work for you. You’ll have plenty of input into your treatment programme, so you don’t just feel like a patient, you take control of your own recovery.

Detox is the first part of your treatment, and one of your treatment options is to decide how you’d like to detox. Some people prefer to do it naturally, while others do a rapid detox, which can take as little as a few days. With the latter, you have medication to help with the worst of the withdrawal symptoms, so it’s more bearable.

Once you’ve detoxed, it’ll be easier for you to follow your addiction treatment programme, where you’ll tackle the causes of your dependence on alcohol or drugs. While you stay with us, we’ll work on your physical and mental health, helping you rebuild after going through addiction.



Inpatient versus outpatient care

When you search for drug and alcohol rehab in Hayes, you’ll notice there are lots of options out there such as outpatient treatment. While outpatient care works for some people with substance misuse issues, it isn’t right for everyone. It means you still live at home, which if you have family problems, can be very stressful. It also means that when you’re not at the clinic, there’s a chance you might relapse and go out and buy alcohol or drugs.

If you don’t think outpatient care is right for you, then find a rehab that offers a residential programme, such as Cassiobury Court. This ensures that you are somewhere safe and can take a break from your everyday life. It’s much harder to relapse while in a rehab clinic, and you’ll get high quality care around the clock, so if you’re ever thinking of going back to alcohol or drugs, there’s someone to discuss your feelings with.



An essential part of treating drug and alcohol addiction is to have quality aftercare in place. While someone may thrive in rehab, they could struggle once they get back to everyday life, and it’s especially difficult if the people around you still use drugs and alcohol. Complete 28 days at Cassiobury Court and our treatment services include a year of free aftercare to help you stay focused.

Living a sober life can be difficult, as you may constantly be tempted to go back to alcohol or drug abuse. That’s why many people with addictions make big changes after they leave rehab, whether it’s finding a less stressful job or even moving to a different area, so they can stay on the right path.

Outside of rehab, there are a number of services in the Hayes area to help people with addictions. You may be in the care of a social worker, in which case, you can continue with them for support, or you may want to join an organisation such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), both of which exist to help people live a sober life. In these groups, you may be offered the services of a peer supporter, which can be extremely helpful when you’re tempted to relapse.


Getting help as soon as possible

Not many people can overcome an addiction without some sort of professional help. If you’re considering drug and alcohol rehab in Hayes, then the odds are you know that your addiction is unmanageable, and really want to find help. Luckily, Cassiobury Court offers fast and easy admission, often within 48 hours, this means there’s no need to live in the shadow of addiction any longer, and you can soon be on your way to a better life.

If you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Hayes or the wider London area, call Cassiobury Court today on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we can help guide you through the process of getting into rehab.

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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