We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Horndean

If you are searching for rehab treatment in Horndean, Cassiobury Court can help you. Get in touch today to learn more about our available treatment programmes and the recovery process.

Rehab Treatment in Horndean
Drug and Alcohol Centres in Horndean

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We offer residential treatment that is close to the Horndean area.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Horndean

Our private rehab provides residential treatment, therapy and aftercare for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. From the privacy of our rehab centre, you can work with our expert team to overcome additions and various mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.

 

Addictions we Treat at Cassiobury Court

Our Rehab Clinic provides a range of treatments to help you along your recovery journey. Our addiction treatments support you through the withdrawal and drug and alcohol detox phase, in addition to specialised therapy and aftercare services to help you stay on track post-rehab.

The team at Cassiobury Court are very experienced in alcohol and drug addiction and always ensures your safety, mental health and overall well-being is their top priority. Combining high-quality care with secure accommodation, we help our clients to leave their time at rehab feeling stronger, healthier and more positive.

What kinds of addictions can I attend rehab for?

At Cassiobury Court’s Horndean clinic, we treat a wide variety of addictions. Some of the drug addictions we commonly work with include:

  • Adderall
  • Ketamine
  • Cocaine
  • Cannabis
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Hallucinogens
  • Sleeping Pills
  • Alcohol

To learn more about the addictions we treat, contact us today.

 

What is Dual Diagnosis?

Dual Diagnosis refers to those who are struggling with mental health issues as well as alcohol or drug problems. Severe mental health problems include conditions like bipolar disorder, PTSD, depression and anxiety.

What is the connection between mental health and addiction?

Having a mental health diagnosis can greatly increase someone’s risk of abusing drugs and alcohol. It’s estimated that around half of people with mental health issues will also experience substance abuse problems in their lifetime. Alcohol and drug addictions can often exacerbate minor or underlying mental health problems that the individual may not be fully aware of.

How do you treat a Dual Diagnosis?

It’s important that someone with a Dual Diagnosis seeks treatment for both conditions. If both elements are not addressed, they’re likely to relapse in the future. Effective treatments include behavioural therapies and certain medications at drug and alcohol rehab.

The team at Cassiobury Court have extensive knowledge of mental health conditions, and we make sure that treatments and therapy are completely tailored to every individual’s unique needs. Learn more about how we can help with various mental health issues by calling 01923 369 161.

 

Why Should You Attend Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

There are many benefits that come with seeking private alcohol and drug rehab treatment. Attending a private rehab not only allows you to get away from the stressors of everyday life, but also gives you the time and space you need to focus on recovering from your addiction.

It can be difficult to accept that may need to get residential support in Horndean. Acknowledging that you’re suffering from an addiction is the first step to recovery. By reaching out to our specialist Rehab Centre, you’re doing what’s best for you and your loved ones.

Our private Drug and Alcohol Rehab is a supportive, non-judgmental environment for you to get the treatment you need. Our bespoke treatments, therapies and ongoing aftercare support you to sustain long-term recovery from addiction.

What services does Cassiobury Court provide?

At Cassiobury Court’s Horndean Rehab Centre, you can expect:

  • Full Clinical Assessment
  • Detox Medication & Treatments
  • 24/7 Recovery Staffing
  • Family Telephone Helpline
  • Tailored Recovery Plan
  • 12 Months FREE Aftercare
  • Family Intervention
  • Treatment Programmes for all Budgets

 

What Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Involve?

At our Rehab Clinic, there are several stages to addiction treatment including detox, therapy and aftercare.

The clinical detox stage

The first stage of treatment involves clinical drug and alcohol detox, which is where we safely reduce your drug or alcohol intake over time and make sure your body is rid of toxins. Our clients going through detox have 24-hour support so that they’re never alone when going through the unpleasant symptoms that come from drug or alcohol withdrawal.

Your safety is always our top priority, and our clinical drug detox team make sure to work in a way that meets your individual needs.

Therapeutic Rehabilitation

We provide in-house therapy sessions to help clients work through the challenging mental aspects of recovery. Long-term recovery through medication only is rare, so we make sure each one of our clients receives high-quality therapy to help them both during and post-rehab. Some forms of therapy we offer include stress management, cognitive behavioural therapy, group counselling, family therapy and art therapy.

Aftercare

After our clients leave our rehab centre, they have access to aftercare services that are invaluable for guiding them through the challenges of sober living. As it is a non-residential service, our aftercare can be accessed by virtually from Horndean. Working through a post-residential addiction treatment basis, our aftercare can help to make long-term recovery possible.

 

Reach Out and Get the Treatment You Deserve

If you’re struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, we’re here to help. We’re committed to helping all of our clients overcome their challenges and live the life they want. Seeking help from Cassiobury Court allows you to take back control of your life and take a positive step towards recovery.

Our friendly team are always on hand to answer any questions you may have. Find out how we can help you on your recovery journey by calling us on 01923 369 161, or by filling out our contact form.

Seeking help for a loved one

Have you got a question about rehab for someone else? We’ve been supporting families and those closest to our clients for many years. Our team ensures each family member gets the support they need and deserve, helping whole families to repair their relationships and work together to beat addiction.

 If you’re concerned about a friend or family member going through addiction, find out more about our referral services.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Any condition such as drug addiction, alcohol addiction, cocaine addiction, or cannabis addiction will affect every individual differently. However, there are some common signs to look out for which will indicate that you need to seek professional support immediately. These include frequent mood swings, always feeling tired, being unable to say no to the substance, being dishonest, appearing pale and unwell, consuming more alcohol or drugs to feel a stronger high/intoxication, and being less interested in activities or socialisation.

The cost of drug and alcohol rehab is dependent on a few different factors, such as whether you undergo treatment as an outpatient or you join a residential rehab such as ours. Secondly, what kind of rehab programme you follow and whether you’ve chosen to receive free treatment with the NHS or you’ve selected a private rehab. Whatever the case, drug and alcohol addiction treatment is available to anyone, no matter your budget so please don’t let this be a barrier to seeking out support. Our prices start at roughly £3500.

You should bring comfortable clothing, nightwear and you may need swimwear if your facility has a Jacuzzi or similar. You can bring personal items such as photographs, musical instruments and we also allow smartphones, laptops and tablets, with access to free Wifi during your stay.

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