Drug and Alcohol Rehab Isle of Wight
We at Cassiobury Court understand that addiction does not happen in a vacuum. Many factors contribute to a person turning towards substances to cope with emotional problems and other struggles in their life.
With our industry-leading addiction treatment, we have helped thousands of addicts fight their addiction and go on to live a fulfilling, drug-free life.
Whether you have just come to terms with your dependence on drugs and/or alcohol or have been caught in a destructive cycle for a while, Cassiobury Court is here to help you get the treatment you need.
If you are looking for rehab in the Isle of Wight, then you contact us immediately at 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222 to talk to our dedicated staff about the next step.
Choosing Residential Rehab at Cassiobury Court
Cassiobury Court is at the forefront of our industry, providing quality drug and alcohol services that cannot be found anywhere else.
Our treatment begins with our overriding philosophy of openness and comfort. The stigma around addiction is still pervasive in our society and detrimental to people trying to get help.
At Cassiobury Court, we are removing the feelings of shame and failure around addiction so that more people get help before they do serious damage to themselves or the people around them.
From this philosophy, we believe that intensive (whilst encouraging comfortable) treatment is the greatest tool against addiction. Residential rehab is the best method in which to facilitate this form of complete addiction treatment.
Residential rehab allows a person to escape – adding structure and care to a life that may be lacking in it. By being onsite and under constant care in a relaxing environment, our treatment has the fluidity to be adapted to best suit each person’s needs.
We believe in the power of people and the programmes we offer support this belief.
Your Time at a Cassiobury Court Rehabilitation Centre
During your time at drug and alcohol rehab with us, you will undergo a comprehensive and intensive treatment specifically designed for you. Both physical and psychological aspects of your addiction or addictions will be dealt with to give you the best chance at long-term recovery.
The first step of treatment at Cassiobury Court is drug or alcohol detox. Detoxification is the process of flushing the harmful toxins out of your body which it has come accustomed to.
This process is medically induced and managed to try and alleviate the worst of the drug or alcohol withdrawal. The symptoms that occur during this time (nausea, insomnia, heightened anxiety) can seem mild in isolation but when in the throes of detoxing can be quite difficult to handle.
Our experienced team of medical professionals will be on handing at the detox clinic, administering the medicine you need to make you feel as comfortable as possible. We understand that detoxification is a distressing experience and must be handled with care.
The bulk of the drug and alcohol treatment with Cassiobury Court will revolve around various forms of therapy. We believe that getting to the root of the causes behind a person’s addiction is the best method of preventing future relapse.
The personalised programme gives our clients the chance to not only understand their addiction but uncover processes to deal with the emotions and pain around it.
One-on-one therapy is integral to this approach. Treatments such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy are core to the work you will do in rehab.
CBT is about thoughts, feelings and behaviour affect each other and how you can respond to them to achieve a more positive mindset. DBT is quite similar and built around acceptance, whilst encouraging behaviours that will change a person’s mindset for the better.
These types of treatment will be supplemented by therapies such as stress management, art therapy and more group work. We bring a holistic approach to addiction treatment and employ more “out-there” treatments such as Reiki, massage, acupuncture, and meditation to bring about a calm and relaxing experience for our clients.
For those clients suffering from parallel mental health issues, dual-diagnosis treatment will be integral to their programme. No part of a person will be left uncared for when they come through the doors at Cassiobury Court.
After Drug and Alcohol Rehab
After completing rehab, it might seem like all the hard work is done. But then the rest of your life comes. Some people struggle with this and find themselves going back to the old environments that once encouraged their addictions, slipping back into the same old patterns.
Cassiobury Court understands that the time just after treatment is a critical point in any person’s long-term recovery. To help you through this we offer a free 12-month aftercare package, designed around your situation, and needs, to help you maintain your sobriety and lead a better life.
We have a team of specialists dedicated to relapse prevention that come up with your package and can offer support not only to you but your loved ones. Creating an effective support network is vital to maintaining sobriety.
If you or a loved one does happen to relapse, we are on hand to help you figure out what the next steps will be. At Cassiobury Court, your relationship with us doesn’t end as soon as you leave our centre.
Rehab Near Me
If you feel like you or a loved one needs to take the first step towards sobriety or are interested in knowing more about the drug and alcohol services we offer, then contact Cassiobury Court today. Call us at 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222 to find out more.
There is a high probability that if you are addicted to drugs or alcohol you will either already have a mental health issue you are masking with addiction or if you abuse your chosen substance for an extended period of time you may develop associated mental health issues.
Rehab has been proven to be very effective for a number of people. It is a professional, medical environment where you will be carefully detoxed from your chosen substance and then taught through various treatments and therapies how to prevent any relapse possibilities.
The simple answer is yes. People who abuse prescription drugs have more than likely began as a 'normal' regulated consumption level but then through a variety of factors they may become more and more dependent on them, leading to an addiction.