We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Hove

Published by Raffa Bari

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Clinically Reviewed by Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner)

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All information on this page has been reviewed and verified by a certified addiction professional.

Here at Cassiobury Court, our drug and alcohol rehab in Hove can provide you with expert advice and guidance in sourcing a rehab centre which best suits your unique needs.

If you’ve already attempted to recover from your drug or alcohol addiction without.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Hove

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

Call us on 01923 369 161

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hove

If you want to achieve a long-term recovery, it’s essential that you join a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre.

Any attempts to overcome your addiction using outpatient services are likely to be unsuccessful. This is because you’ll be given a generic treatment programme to follow, with the added disadvantage of returning home each day where you’ll be faced with distractions and possible temptations to relapse.

By joining our residential addiction treatment, you’re physically removing yourself from your comfort zone, allowing a change in behaviours to take place.

This is the only way you’ll truly win your battle against drug and alcohol addiction.

 

When can you start your residential addiction treatment?

Over the years, we’ve streamlined our admissions process to make it as efficient as possible.

It’s essential to your recovery that you join our drug and alcohol rehabilitation as quickly as you can after making your initial enquiry, as this lessens the time where you could possibly talk yourself out of it; we typically welcome you into our rehab centre around 48 hours after initial contact.

This is a downside to outpatient services or free local health services as you’ll likely be added to a long waiting list which could be detrimental to your recovery. Once you’ve contacted our admissions team, we will arrange for you to undergo a pre-screening assessment which can be done over the phone or in person.

This assessment is pretty simple as we review your physical and psychological health, your medical background, and the nature of your addiction, to help us design the most suitable treatment programme for you. If you’re happy to proceed, we can then set a date for you to join our drug and alcohol rehab in Hove.

You’ll be welcomed into our warm and positive rehab centre with open arms. A member of our recovery team will take you through your induction, ensuring you’re comfortable at each stage.

Once you’ve familiarised yourself with your surroundings, we can begin your residential addiction treatment. Our fantastic team of addiction specialists will deliver your programme, this will include a carefully selected combination of psychological and well-being therapies, in addition to a drug and alcohol detoxification.

 

Do we offer drug and alcohol relapse prevention?

At our drug and alcohol rehab in Hove, we’re very proud of our exceptional team comprised of psychiatrists, doctors, and therapists, who are all highly experienced in treating drug and alcohol addiction.

Part of this experience is within drug and alcohol relapse prevention which is a crucial aspect to achieving your long-term recovery. These relapse prevention sessions will help you to understand what your triggers are, how to identify them, and how to avoid any potential relapses when you’ve left our drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

Once you’ve completed your residential addiction treatment and returned home, this is when you’ll be putting your drug and alcohol relapse prevention into practice. It’s also useful to share your knowledge with your loved ones so that they can become part of your recovery journey.

They can look out for any triggers or signs of a relapse which might be building up and help to avoid it from taking place.

 

Alcohol Abuse & Help in Hove

Alcohol abuse is a growing concern in Hove, with statistics showing increased premature deaths related to alcohol-related conditions. According to Suffolk Live and the Office for Health and Improvement Disparities, “figures show the potential years of life lost due to alcohol-related conditions increased from 2,083 in 2019 to 2,587 in 2020 in Brighton and Hove.”

Most of these premature deaths were among men, accounting for 73% of the total deaths. Women accounted for 27% of the deaths. These figures highlight the need for increased awareness and support for individuals struggling with alcohol abuse in the Hove community.

The impact of alcohol abuse extends beyond premature deaths. It can also lead to various health problems, including liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and mental health issues. Moreover, alcohol abuse can lead to social and economic problems, such as unemployment, domestic violence, and financial instability.

To address alcohol abuse in Hove, various support services are available for individuals struggling with addiction. These services range from helplines and support groups to rehabilitation centres and counselling services. The Brighton and Hove City Council has also launched several initiatives to address alcohol abuse and its impact on the community.

You can also find support from local doctors and GPs. In Hove specifically, you can find help at;

 

Hove Medical Centre

West Way Hove East Sussex BN3 8LD

01273430088

 

Charter Medical Centre

88 Davigdor Road Hove East Sussex BN3 1RF

01273770555

 

Trinity Medical Centre

1 Goldstone Villas Hove East Sussex BN3 3AT

01273 736030

 

Overall, the increase in premature deaths related to alcohol-related conditions in Hove highlights the need for continued efforts to address alcohol abuse and its effects on individuals and the community as a whole. By raising awareness, providing support, and implementing effective policies, we can work towards reducing the negative impact of alcohol abuse in Hove.

 

Are you concerned about a loved one?

If you’re concerned about a loved one’s addiction to alcohol or drugs rather than your own, then we still have heaps of useful advice. With the professional support of our drug and alcohol rehabilitation, you can be the one to help them give up their addiction once and for all.

First of all, you should speak with them and try to encourage them to share how they’re feeling. It’s important to remember that denial is very common in those suffering from addiction, so your loved one might not even acknowledge that they have a problem.

If this is the case, you can contact us to arrange an intervention where we can act as a mediator and encourage them to experience the benefits of our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.

By utilising our intervention services, your loved one has no other choice than to face the reality of the effects which drug and alcohol addiction is having on them, and on others around them.

Our structured process gives everyone the opportunity to share their concerns in a calm and considerate manner. All of this should hopefully motivate them into believing that drug and alcohol rehabilitation is the best option for them to successfully leave their addiction behind.

Offering this guidance to someone you love who is struggling with drug and alcohol abuse, is an extremely worthwhile thing to do, for both of you.

 

Drug and alcohol aftercare programme

Even when you’ve left our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, we’ll continue to support you along your journey to recovery. We offer all of our clients a free 12-month drug and alcohol aftercare programme to take advantage of.

This programme includes dedicated helplines to ensure support is always there whenever you need it, in addition to ongoing drug and alcohol relapse prevention sessions to help maintain your long-term recovery goals.

It can be quite difficult when you return home to adjust to your new behaviours. It’s important to remember everything you’ve learnt during your residential addiction treatment and implement this into your transition back into home life.

To start your recovery journey at our drug and alcohol rehab in Hove, get in touch with us today 01923 369 161 or email at info@cassioburycourt.com.

We’re confident this will be the greatest choice you’ll ever make to create a happier, healthier future to share with your friends and family.

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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Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner)

Dr. Olalekan Otulana MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFSRH, FRSPH, MBA (Cantab)

 Dr Otulana is a highly experienced GP and Addiction Physician. He has a specialist interest in Substance Misuse Management and he has a wide range of experience in the assessment, management (including detoxification) and residential rehabilitation of clients with various drug and substance addiction problems.  His main aim is to comprehensively assess patients with addiction problems and determine their treatment needs for medical detoxification treatments and psychological interventions. He is also experienced in managing patients who require dual drug and alcohol detoxification treatments.

A strong healthcare services professional with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from Cambridge University Judge Business School.

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