We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Hertsmere

Published by Raffa Bari

Eventually, all addictions worsen to a point that they can’t be ignored. Despite this, some people continue to deny their problems – even as addiction has laid waste to relationships, jobs and their health.

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Others accept that they need to change. If you’re ready to take a leap towards sobriety, help is here for you.

Cassiobury Court is an organisation that is dedicated to providing effective addiction treatment to those that need it. We are a private drug and alcohol rehab that since 2011 has helped over 3,000 people.

We have achieved this by employing a culture of care and acceptance, and dedicated staff and applying industry-leading treatment to help you have a healthier future.


Detox and Therapy Treatments at Cassiobury Court

Cassiobury Court combines comprehensive detoxification and therapeutic programmes to help you cope with the physical and psychological aspects of addiction. This approach provides you with an effective bespoke treatment plan that increases your chances of achieving long-term recovery.

Firstly, the physical symptoms of addiction must be dealt with before moving on to the psychological causes. Ending your physical dependence on substances can be a stressful process. Detoxing from the substance(s) you are addicted to will likely bring forward withdrawal symptoms.

The severity of your symptoms and which ones you will experience depends on many factors including your addiction, the severity of it and how long it has been going on. To help ease the symptoms you may engage in a medically assisted drug and alcohol detox.

Medication will be prescribed and administered to you by our staff to curb the side effects and leave you as comfortable as possible.

At Cassiobury Court, both the drug detox and alcohol detox programmes follow the same path. The only difference may be the medication you take and the withdrawal symptoms you will experience. Once you no longer have the physical dependencies, you can attend therapy.

We provide a wide array of therapies from individual CBT sessions to group therapy – all aimed at helping you understand more about your addiction. You can complement these therapies by taking part in well-being sessions. The goal of these sessions is to ease your worries and put you in a healthier headspace.

Addiction greatly damages a person’s mental health and we see it as a priority to look after our client’s well-being. Without healing the person, you cannot completely deal with the addiction.


Benefits of Going to an Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab, though the more expensive route of recovery, has many upsides. By moving away from your home setting and into a facility, you have the chance to remove yourself from a potentially harmful environment.

The intensive nature of this form of rehab and the raft of treatment means that you will undergo a treatment programme that is best suited to you. Inpatient rehab provides a wider range of treatments that you cannot access on an outpatient or through the NHS.

Within residential alcohol and drug rehab, you can close the chapter on a life of addiction and focus on getting better.


Admissions Process

The process of admitting to yourself that you have an addiction may be the hurdle. The second is contacting our admission team to enquire about the next steps. We understand this can be an overwhelming time for you, which is why we make our admissions process as simple as possible.

Our dedicated admissions team are on hand to answer your questions and alleviate any worries you may have. We are available 24/7 to offer guidance and support through this potentially stressful period.

After an initial phone call, you will take part in a pre-admission screening. We ask a series of questions to determine what treatment options will best suit your needs.

From this information, we create a bespoke treatment programme. It is best to be open and honest during the admission process. We want to ensure you get the most out of your time at our rehab centre.

Following the screen processes, we will discuss an admission date and your deposit should be paid at this point to secure your spot. As a private facility, we can get you into treatment within days of the initial enquiry.


One Year of Free Aftercare

Coming to the end of your time at our private drug and alcohol rehab centre, you should feel a great sense of accomplishment.

Not everyone gets this far in the journey so take the time to congratulate yourself. However, you may also be feeling nervous at the prospect of going home.

Within the walls of a rehab centre, long-term recovery may seem like an easy goal. After stepping back into the world though and old environments where your addiction prospered, you may be less sure of yourself. This is a completely natural fear and one that we at Cassiobury Court understand well.

To help you through these vital first months after rehab we provide a 12-month aftercare package that is completely free. A key part of relapse prevention, aftercare provides you with a structured plan that can act as a roadmap during your first year of sobriety. The bulk of the plan surrounds attending weekly support meetings.

Like group therapy sessions in rehab, these support meetings give you the chance to connect with other recovering addicts. In these sessions, you can refine your coping skills and build a support network that lasts for many years.


Get in Touch Today

If you are ready for rehabilitation and the chance to turn your life around then get in touch today.

At Cassiobury Court, we can help you get clean and learn techniques that will be of much use in the outside world, decreasing the chances of relapsing.

The first step to your recovery journey is simple – all you must do is contact Cassiobury Court by ringing 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222.


Frequently Asked Questions

Medically assisted detox is a course of physical addiction treatment by which withdrawal symptoms are monitored and managed by trained professionals. Cassiobury Court administer this treatment at our rehabilitation centres detox clinic. During your treatment, any alcohol withdrawal and/or substance abuse withdrawal symptoms that you present with will be carefully managed with medication. The medication that you receive during this treatment will also depend on what addiction it is that you are overcoming.

Different treatment options require different timeframes. For some outpatient treatment programmes, therapy can last for up to twelve months. However, for most of Cassiobury Court’s residential treatment plans, you will be at our facility for around 28 days. This means that our residential rehab programmes are intensive courses during which you focus on nothing but your recovery. Sure, it might sound like a long time to be away, but that time will fly by before you know it.

DTs is not something that anyone would want to go through when experiencing alcohol withdrawal. Not only are the side effects much more severe and painful than standard withdrawal side effects, but the duration which they can last for is much longer.

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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