We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Keighley

Are you worried about your relationship to drugs and alcohol? Are you struggling mentally and emotionally, and feel like you need help? The addiction recovery team here at Cassiobury Court are here to help. Find out more about our services here.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Keighley

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

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Keighley

If you are struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction, it’s important that you realise that you are not alone. There are people all over the world who are also suffering from addictions in the same way that you are.

Unfortunately, many of the people who are struggling with addictions simple won’t seek the help they need to recover. This can lead to the addiction becoming worse and worse and can lead to some devastating effects.

If you are struggling with addiction in Keighley, get in touch with us today to find out more about how a rehab treatment may be helpful to you.

The sooner you get help for your addiction, the better, so pick up the phone today and see if we can help you change your life for the better.

 

What Are The Causes of Drug and Alcohol Addictions?

There is no ‘on size fits all’ when it comes to addiction. Every single person is different.  However, there is usually some type of underlying issue which leads people to become an addict in the first place.

These underlying issues may be something such as bad mental health, some negative life circumstances or traumas, or some bad habits formed in their childhood.

When addiction is deeply rooted, it can be extremely difficult for the person in question to break away from it. There is a common misconception that addicts can simply just stop taking the substance they’re addicted to. However, the reality is much different.

It is extremely difficult for an addict to just stop doing something they’re addicted to. In order to successfully recover from an addiction, you need to go through a complete mental shift. You will need to have constant positive reinforcement and a stable and secure environment to recover in as well as a supportive network of people around you.

This is where private drug and alcohol rehab comes in as it can provide all of those things.

 

What Are the Benefits of Residential Rehab?

Residential rehab can provide you with the best possible chances of making a successful recovery from your drug or alcohol addiction. You will have a place to overcome your addiction which is far away from your usual triggering environment. You’ll reside in a safe and secure place where you can focus and fully concentrate on your recovery.

Attempting to recover on your own can be extremely difficult and even dangerous at times.  Plus, it very commonly ends in relapse.

When you attempt to recover from your drug or alcohol addiction, it is very important that your treatment sessions are consistent and in your best interest.

This is where rehab is very beneficial as all of the treatments in rehab are tailored based on your specific circumstances.

You will have to go through an initial alcohol or drug detox programme which is then followed by a variety of therapy sessions. These sessions can include group therapy sessions and one-to-one therapy sessions.

The group therapy sessions in rehab aim to help you share your experience with other recovering addicts who can then become a part of your support network. Individual therapy will also help you determine the underlying causes of your addiction.

From there, you can then learn some coping mechanisms to help you deal with the recovery process and help you to avoid relapsing in the future.

Every addict will receive different treatment as all rehab treatments are bespoke according to each person’s background, the severity of addiction, type of addiction, health conditions, and personality.

Each treatment programme is unique and will make use of a combination of different treatments. This tailored approach to recovery is why rehab offers you the best possible chances of making a successful recovery from your addiction to drugs or alcohol.

Contact us by phone on 01923 369 161 to find out more.

 

Why Should You Avoid Recovering On Your Own?

Many addicts believe that they are in control of their substance abuse and that they can simply stop at any time with no consequences.

While this can be done in some cases, it almost always results in relapse. In some cases of severe addictions, the withdrawal symptoms from quitting cold turkey have been known to be extremely dangerous and sometimes even fatal.

Research has shown that every time you relapse, it becomes more and more difficult for you to quit your addiction full stop, regardless of how much you want to. With this in mind, it is very important that you find an effective, professional treatment for your addiction so that you can give up substances for good.

You can receive all of the help and support you need by getting in contact with us and discussing a rehab recovery programme.

Addiction is known to be a disease of the mind. If you want to overcome your addiction completely, you must go through professional treatments and therapies that are aimed to help with addiction recovery.

If you are looking for a long-term solution to your substance abuse, then you will need to do more than just stop taking the substance.

As well as avoiding consuming the substance that you’re addicted to, you will also have to go through some therapy and counselling sessions. These important sessions will help to provide you with mental healing.

Without this mental healing, you are unlikely going to be able to keep up with your recovery journey. This will more than likely end up causing you to relapse.

 

Am I An Addict?

Addictions can have very negative effects on a person’s life. They can affect not only the addict but the people around the addict as well. If you believe that someone may have an addiction to drugs or alcohol but you’re not sure, there are several signs and symptoms that you can look out for, including the following:

  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Being unable to stay focused
  • Forgetfulness
  • Mood swings and defensiveness
  • Low self-esteem and self-worth
  • Showing signs of depression or anxiety
  • Paranoia
  • Being secretive
  • Withdrawing from social events
  • Becoming irresponsible
  • No longer having an interest in things that were once important
  • Poor personal hygiene

 

Contact Us

Get in contact with the team at Cassiobury Court to start your addiction recovery journey now. You can call on 01923 369 161 or text HELP to  83222.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the basics to bring to rehab 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.

Professional rehabilitation works in a multitude of different ways. The blend of physical and psychological addiction treatment alongside being in an environment that is detached from your normal day-to-day life are all critical to how rehab works. However, for rehabilitation to truly work, you must be prepared to make necessary changes to yourself. If you’re ready to change your life to overcome your addiction, then drug and alcohol rehab will work for you.

A lot of addictions are characterised as behavioural illnesses. While we can help people to break free from the cycle of addiction, the threat of relapsing will sadly always be there. However, through our relapse prevention planning and complimentary aftercare programme, you will be able to keep the prospect of relapse at bay.

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