We have drug and alcohol rehab treatment centres near Hucknall

In search of addiction recovery treatment in Hucknall? At Cassiobury Court, we’re one of the leading rehab facilities in the UK and we’re here to help you. Contact us today to learn how we can help.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment in Hucknall
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hucknall

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hucknall

Finding Rehab in Hucknall

Just seven miles from Nottingham and nine miles from Mansfield, if you’re looking for a rehab centre in Hucknall, you have lots of choices. There are several options available in both of these places and we also open our doors to anyone coming from the UK.

If you do wish to start the process, you need to book an appointment with your GP. They will be able to assess your condition, prescribe any medication and can make the referral to a rehab centre in Hucknall.

If you aren’t yet registered with a local GP in Hucknall, you must do this first. But there are plenty of GP services in the nearby area.


Different Types of Rehab Treatment in Hucknall

While Hucknall might only be a small town, people there do unfortunately suffer from the same types of drug and alcohol addiction as those in larger UK cities. For this reason, and because of its close proximity to cities like Nottingham and Leicester, there are several rehab centres close by. You have a choice between inpatient and outpatient treatment.

Inpatient rehab is where patients receive therapy and treatment at a drug or alcohol rehab centre and must stay on-site until their programme has finished. This is usually 28 days. As a more intensive form of rehab, inpatient treatment offers the best chance of long-term recovery and patients get unlimited support.

Outpatient treatment is also available but this means that individuals return home to recover after receiving treatment at a clinic. The main benefit of outpatient treatment is that it allows individuals with other commitments such as childcare to carry on with their day. However, it does mean that you’re returning to familiar areas where temptation may be strong.

Outpatient treatment is the type of rehab treatment that is offered on the NHS.


Local Support in Hucknall

A crucial part of your recovery will be the support provided by local groups and community initiatives. Whether attending inpatient or outpatient treatment, community groups like Alcoholics Anonymous AA and Narcotics Anonymous NA can help you to stay on track, allow you to meet and learn from like minded people and can provide accountability too.

In Hucknall, there are lots of choices – whether you want to stay close to the local area or head into one of the nearby cities like Nottingham. Our team is able to advise on the nearest initiatives to you or your GP can recommend a few meetings in the local area.


Inpatient Rehab at Cassiobury Court

It’s important that you choose a drug rehab programme that suits your needs and treatment preferences. However, if you’re looking for a more intensive rehab programme, our inpatient facilities at Cassiobury Court could be just the thing. Based in Watford, we offer a range of therapy as well as a medically-assisted drug and alcohol detox to help patients to turn their back on addiction, once and for all.

Lots of people are concerned about travelling away from home to our base in the southeast of England, however just think of it as a respite away from drugs, alcohol and bad influences. At Cassiobury Court, we offer treatment for alcohol addiction, cocaine addiction, cannabis addiction, and opiate addiction as well as certain mental health conditions.

When you first arrive, we’ll carry out an examination of your physical and mental state. A doctor can prescribe any medication and then it’ll be time to begin a medically-assisted detox. You might have already tried to detox at home – lots of people do. However, challenging withdrawal symptoms can make it very difficult and even dangerous to complete.

These side effects vary in severity and can be mild: shaking, sweating, muscle ache and flu-like symptoms. They can also become more severe and include the likes of hallucinations and seizures. At Cassiobury Court, you will be monitored 24/7 and prescribed specific drugs to help ease the effects.

Once you’ve completed the drug detox, you will be ready to start therapy. This includes a range of talking and creative therapy in group and individual settings. The combination of this, with a detox, helps to treat physical addictions and behavioural symptoms. Friend and family therapy is also encouraged, as well as visits, to provide patients with the necessary support but to also allow their loved ones to become involved in their treatment.

As an inpatient, you’ll get your own private room and bathroom facilities. All meals are also taken care of at Cassiobury Court so you can focus on getting better. When you’re not receiving treatment, you’re also free to enjoy our well-being activities which are designed to help you to create a healthier lifestyle for life beyond rehab.



Take the First Step Towards Your Recovery

If addiction is taking over your life, it doesn’t have to be that way forever. In fact, at Cassiobury Court, we’ve helped so many families to get their life back on track – at a time when they couldn’t see a way out.

Our phone line is always open on 0800 001 4070, whether you have any questions, need some advice or want to know what treatment is available in your local area. So, why not get in touch today? You’ll be taking the first and important step towards a better life – for you and your family.


Frequently Asked Questions

When you finally reach out to us and sort out your place at our treatment centre the helpline staff will be able to provide you with a thorough list of what you need to bring. However, some of the basics include clothing for both outdoor and indoor activities, a notepad and pen to record your progress, and pictures of your loved ones/sentimental items to keep you committed to recovery. In terms of physical preparation, you do not need to do much as our detoxification clinic will help you through this. The most important preparation is perhaps the act of getting yourself ready to make serious changes to your life — without this readiness to commit to a new, sober life, rehab may not be effective for you.

Medically assisted detox is a course of physical addiction treatment by which withdrawal symptoms are monitored and managed by trained professionals. Cassiobury Court administers 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.

Rehab programmes can vary from treatment plan to treatment plan, often due to the fact that some people opt for inpatient and some people opt for outpatient. However, the majority of the inpatient treatment plans that we provide here at Cassiobury Court typically last for around 28 days. This might seem like quite a long time to be with us, but the time will fly by.

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