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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Hereford

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Hereford area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hereford

People from all walks of life can find themselves with an alcohol or drug addiction, and even in pleasant towns like Hereford, there are problems with illegal drugs, prescription drugs, and people drinking to excess. If you are considering treatment and looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Hereford, then Cassiobury Court may be the right choice for you. It’s about a two-and-a-half-hour drive away in a leafy suburb of Watford, on the outskirts of North London. This allows you to spend time away from home and begin your recovery process.

When you need addiction treatment, your future may seem pretty gloomy, but with the help of Cassiobury Court you can overcome your addiction, rebuild your life and look towards your future.


Does rehab work?

While there are many treatment options for those searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Hereford, in our experience, residential rehab is the most effective way to overcome an addiction. The kind of rehab offered at Cassiobury Court is scientifically proven, and not only helps you detox and overcome the physical dependency, but also focus on the psychological reasons behind your addiction, so you have the best possible chance of long-term recovery.

When you attend Cassiobury Court, you get 24/7 support from specialists such as addiction counsellors. The first step is to go through detox, where you can get all the drugs and alcohol out of your system and will then go through intensive therapy where you can tackle the roots of your addiction.

Staying at Cassiobury Court means you’re away from the everyday stresses of life, so you can focus on healing your mind and body. You are well looked after in our clinic, with meals, laundry and activities included during your stay, so all you need to think about is your recovery.


Can I force my loved one to go to rehab?

Cassiobury Court are often contacted by relatives, friends and partners of those with substance abuse who are desperate to get help for their loved one. You may be searching for rehab in Herefordshire because you have spotted the signs of addiction and are worried about someone’s behaviour. While you can’t force someone to go into rehab, or even acknowledge that they have a problem, there are options such as staging an intervention that can help them see that they need help. Cassiobury Court can help you stage an intervention, offering your loved one the chance to overcome addiction and get help before it’s too late.


Should I look at private rehab centres?

The NHS is overstretched in many areas, and while they try to offer treatment programmes to those who need them, there are often long waiting lists. You’ll tend to be offered quite basic levels of treatment too, usually having to try outpatient care before they’ll consider putting you on a list for residential rehab. Therefore, NHS care simply isn’t an option for many people.

Cassiobury Court offer fast admission, often within 48 hours, so there’s no time for your addiction to worsen while you wait for help. If you’ve got the motivation to seek drug and alcohol rehab, then waiting simply isn’t a good idea, as it can mean you end up with further financial, legal or relationship problems.

Staying in private rehab also means you generally get nicer surroundings and more support. When you look for drug and alcohol rehab in Hereford, you may notice some places are quite clinical or look imposing. Cassiobury Court has a cosy, pleasant environment that feels homely. Many people who come to us need support with their mental health, so we ensure you get a relaxing, supportive environment in which to recover.

The cost of private rehab can be a worry for many people, so we offer excellent value for money with our rehab packages, with everything included such as therapy sessions, meals and activities, meaning you don’t get any surprises down the line.


What happens after rehab?

When you choose drug and alcohol rehab in Hereford with Cassiobury Court, your journey doesn’t end when you leave us. We know that it can be difficult to go from this kind of environment back to the real world, so if you complete a 28-day programme with us, you’ll get a year of free aftercare. These support groups can be an excellent way to keep in touch with people you met in rehab and to discuss your triumphs and things you’ve had to overcome along the way.


Is Cassiobury Court the right choice for me?

If you’re unsure whether Cassiobury Court is the right type of treatment for you, all you need to do is pick up the phone. We’d be happy to discuss your treatment options and carry out a free initial assessment so we can both decide whether this type of rehab is the right choice.

Staying at Cassiobury Court gives you an excellent chance of recovery if you complete your entire programme and aftercare. We provide pleasant surroundings, so whether you’re having a therapy session or just having a chat with fellow patients, you can feel at home. We offer options such as en-suite and single occupancy rooms, if you need extra privacy, and our centre is set in a period home surrounded by leafy grounds. You can enjoy fresh air and country walks when you like, as well as many different activities and therapies during your stay.

If you are considering private rehab, then contact Cassiobury Court today by calling us on 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll send you further information.

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