Find a Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Hillingdon

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Hillingdon

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hillingdon

It’s never easy to admit that you have an addiction. You may have spent many years trying to hide it, and even been in denial yourself, but admitting that you need help is often the first step towards recovery.

In 2019, the Hillingdon Council reported that admission episodes for alcohol-related conditions in Hillingdon reached 504 per 100,000 population, which was higher than the London average. This raises serious concerns regarding the use of alcohol in Hillingdon, which we take seriously.

At Cassiobury Court, we offer addiction treatment for those looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Hillingdon, focusing on scientifically proven therapies to help you get and stay sober.

Cassiobury Court is based in Watford, just half an hour from Hillingdon, and it’s very simple to begin your journey with us. All you need to do is pick up the phone and we’ll talk you through the steps to overcoming your drinking or drug problem, with a friendly, non-judgemental team on hand who’ll do all they can to support you.

street view of a bus and shops at night, near a drug and alcohol rehab in hillingdon

Tailored Treatment Plans

Many people who contact Cassiobury Court have often tried to get help before but found that either the waiting lists for treatment were too long, or it simply wasn’t the sort of treatment they wanted. You may have already seen a GP in Hillingdon about your substance misuse problem and may have found that treatment options on the NHS are quite limited. Certainly, places in residential rehab are often only offered for the most serious of cases.

Cassiobury Court allow you to skip the queue, offering a single point of access to our residential rehab treatments without needing a GP referral or meeting a long list of criteria. All we ask is that you’re willing to follow our treatment programmes and want to make positive changes.

No two people with alcohol or drug difficulties have the same experience, which is why we offer many treatment options to help you overcome your addiction. We’ll make sure you have a full assessment when you arrive, so we can discuss the best course of action, and you’ll always feel like you have a say in the process.

Treatments Provided?

  • 24/7 Support and Care
  • Medication through Detox
  • Sessions with a Personal Psychiatrist
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Group Therapy
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

All of our patients receive a bespoke tailored programme based on their physical and mental condition. We also diagnose and treat any dual diagnosis. If we find you have an undiagnosed mental health condition, we will also look to treat this in your time with us.

Often people who suffer from mental health issues resulting from anxiety, bereavement or conditions such as bipolar disorder can find themselves in a struggle with drink or drugs.

Cocaine Rehab in Hillingdon

Is your cocaine use having an impact on the people around you? As well as the clear physical symptoms of cocaine addiction such as rapid weight loss and pale skin, another sign that you are addicted to cocaine is arguing with your loved ones and the breaking down of relationships. If you want to stop your bad habits with cocaine use, speak to us today about our 28-day cocaine rehab programme.

After you’ve effectively detoxed, you will take part in therapy and counselling sessions with medical professionals to help understand your attachment to cocaine, speak about anything that might be causing you to take cocaine as excessively as you do and find ways to manage your behaviour to prevent future relapse.

Cannabis Rehab in Hillingdon

Acceptance of cannabis addiction can be hard for many individuals who excessively use the drug, which can lead to developing serious mental health issues including depersonalisation, depression and suicidal ideation. If you are struggling with stopping your cannabis use and want to commit to a brighter future, speak to us at Cassiobury Court.

Through a personalised treatment programme, you will get to stay at one of our state-of-the-art rehabilitation centres and receive evidence-supported treatments and therapy sessions that will help you take control of your cannabis addiction.

Prescription Drug Rehab in Hillingdon

If you are struggling to stop taking prescription drugs after going “cold turkey”, and are experiencing withdrawal symptoms, you may need to visit a prescription drug rehab. Speak to Cassiobury Court today to find out about our 28-day detox and rehab programme.

When you visit our residential prescription drug rehab, you will be medically supervised by experienced medical professionals who will help ease your withdrawal symptoms. Following the detox process, you will be able to take part in individual therapy or group therapy sessions to share your experiences and help understand your prescription drug addiction.

Alcohol Rehab in Hillingdon

Giving up alcohol is a tough journey for many of those suffering with an alcohol addiction, and requires a tough psychological state. When you visit our alcohol rehab centres, we help you build your confidence and believe in yourself to prevent future relapse.

Using cognitive-behavioural-therapy (CBT), our team of specialist counsellors and therapists will work with you to find the underlying reasons for your behaviour, and create strategies to stop you from reverting back to your old habits.

See Jack talk about his experience at one of our rehabilitation centres, and how we helped him overcome his addiction:

Going Through Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Hillingdon

Our programme is generally 28 days in length and consists of a detox followed by a rehab programme. Drug and alcohol detox allows your body and mind to heal from your addiction, giving you new clarity and helping you feel in control. While you may get withdrawal symptoms because you’re in a residential setting, we can prescribe medication and offer constant monitoring to ensure you’re safe.

Rehab is designed to help with your emotional and mental health issues, allowing you to find out the causes of your addiction and tackle them. At the same time, we also offer holistic treatments that can help heal your mind and offer you the tools you need to succeed in life. If you complete 28 days with us, you also get a year of free aftercare to keep you on track.

Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

  • Intensive form of addiction treatment
  • High recovery rates
  • Aftercare support in Hillingdon
  • 24/7 support in luxury facilities
  • Treatment programmes can be expensive
  • Rehab may not be in local area
  • May need to take time off work
  • Time away from family and friends

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Choosing Residential Rehab

When you look for drug and alcohol rehab in Hillingdon, you’ll find many options for recovery, so you may be wondering whether it’s the right option for you. We’ll need to ask you a few questions over the phone during the initial assessment, which allows us to sort out your admission. Cassiobury Court isn’t for everyone.

For example, we only take those over 18, but if you’re concerned about someone younger, we can point you in the direction of a confidential service for young people. Our initial assessment is a free and confidential service, and there’s no obligation for you to attend the clinic, it’s simply a way for you to get more information.

When you are looking for rehab in Hillingdon, it’s worth considering a stay at Cassiobury Court as it’s slightly away from home. Both young people and adults can benefit from time away from home when undergoing treatment, and our clinic provides a space where you can heal and re-evaluate your life.

We offer the highest standards of discretion when you stay with us, and nobody needs to know you’re going to rehab unless you tell them. We may, with your permission, pass on your notes to your GP where you live or are registered, but otherwise, your information stays within our clinic.

Rehab Cost in Hillingdon

You can be referred to free community-led programs through your GP. These outpatient services provided drug substitutes and also some counselling services where available.

If you wish to stay in a private residential rehab as a patient for a period of time, you will be looking at paying £4000 pounds. This can be paid for yourself or through any insurance schemes you have set up. Some employers will also cover rehab costs for employees in certain circumstances.

Overcoming the Stigma of Addiction

Addiction is often a source of shame, and many adults who live with addiction go to great lengths to hide their addiction, sometimes by lying, stealing or getting into debt. However, it’s important to understand that addiction can affect people at any stage of their lives, and we work with all sorts of people at Cassiobury Court. Many of our own counsellors have gone through addiction themselves, so know the difficulties that you face.

There are many misconceptions about going into a drug rehab. Some people see it as something only for the wealth elite, while others worry that it’ll be like going to prison or a hospital. Rest assured, when you come to us for drug and alcohol rehab in Hillingdon, you’ll find that you’re around people from all walks of life, and it’s more like staying in a nice house rather than anywhere clinical.

We are often contacted by people looking for rehab in Hillingdon for a loved one, and they may find that their friend or relative is simply refusing to go. The team at Cassiobury Court will be happy to speak to them and try to overcome their objections, or even help you stage an intervention to offer treatment and try to encourage them to see the light.

Free Drug & Alcohol Support in Hillingdon

There are many free support options for drug and alcohol addiction in Hillingdon. Here are some free options available:

Alcohol Anonymous Meetings in Hillingdon

You can also access AA meetings to hear testimonies from people suffering from addiction and help with following the 12 step programme. The closest meeting to Hillingdon is in Cricklewood and can be joined every Friday.

AA Meeting Location – Fridays

Venue: St Agnes Centre, Gillingham Rd, NW2 1RL
Opening hours: 20.00 – duration 1hr 30min

Uxbridge Step

Venue: Friends Meeting House, Friends Walk, York Road, UB8 1QW
Opening hours: 20:00 (1hr 30mins)
Disabled access: Full wheelchair access

Helpline: 0207 407 0700

Alternatively, you can also join AA meetings via zoom, available to all the residents of North London for community and peer support.

Help from Local GP’s

If you require support then consider seeking help from your local GP. Here are some local GP’s in the Hillingdon area:

Hillingdon Health Centre

4 Freezeland Way
UB10 9QF

West London Medical Centre

20 Pield Health Road

Acorn Medical Centre

149 Long Lane
UB10 9JN

The Parkview Surgery

60 W Drayton Road

Belmont Medical Centre

53-57 Belmont Road

Church Road Surgery

4A Church Road

If you are having problems with drugs or alcohol and are considering drug and alcohol rehab in Hillingdon or the wider London area, pick up the phone and simply call 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 to get more information from the Cassiobury Court team.

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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