Drug and Alcohol Rehab Kendal
If you have said yes to any of the above questions, you must take advantage of the addiction treatment that is widely available via a drug and alcohol rehab in Kendal as soon as possible.
However, if you have found it difficult to obtain treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab in Kendal or find yourself hoping to secure treatment elsewhere, here at Cassiobury Court, we can assist you.
Every single day, we provide residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment to individuals from all walks of life. We also administer aftercare support to ensure that our clients have every chance of securing a substance-free future.
Should you wish to learn more about how we can support you, we have shared a wealth of information below.
Addictions Commonly Treated At Cassiobury Court
As you search for addiction treatment, you may come to notice that many of the available drug and alcohol rehabs in Kendal provide treatment for a number of common drug and alcohol addictions.
However, this may leave you somewhat worried that the addiction you have developed is untreatable.
Should this resonate with you, it may be beneficial to know that here at Cassiobury Court, our team of consultant psychiatrists, nurses, doctors and recovery support workers provide treatment to individuals who have sadly become dependent on a wide range of substances.
Although we commonly provide treatment for cannabis, cocaine, heroin and alcohol addictions, we can administer suitable treatment for substance addictions that may otherwise be overlooked, thanks to our expertise and knowledge.
Below, we have outlined a number of the addictions that we can provide treatment for.
- – Adderall addictions
- – Ambien addictions
- – Amphetamine addictions
- – Amytal addictions
- – Crystal Meth addictions
- – Depressants addictions
- – Dexedrine addictions
- – Diazepam addictions
- – GHB addictions
- -Hallucinogens addictions
- – Ketamine addictions
- – Legal Highs addictions
- -Lunesta addictions
- – Methadone addictions
- – Prescription drug addictions
- – Sleeping pill addictions
- – Sonata addictions
- – Stimulant addictions
- – Temazepam addictions
Mental Health Treatment Is Widely Available For Those Struggling With A Substance Addiction
If you unfortunately find yourself struggling with a coexisting substance addiction and mental health disorder, simply seeking addiction treatment is not enough. Instead, you will need to take advantage of dual diagnosis treatment.
Dual diagnosis treatment ensures that substance addictions and mental health disorders can be treated simultaneously.
At Cassiobury Court, we frequently provide dual diagnosis treatment to our clients. Although you may believe that you are the only person battling both an addiction and mental health disorder, this is not true.
Regrettably, it is believed that 60% of adults struggling with an addiction will require treatment for a mental health disorder.
Undergo A Personalised Treatment Programme At Cassiobury Court
At Cassiobury Court, we understand that no one addiction is the same. We also know that the way an addiction impairs one person’s life will be somewhat different to how it impairs another person’s life.
With this in mind, we focus on providing personalised treatment programmes to each of our clients.
Should you decide to attend our residential rehab instead of a drug and alcohol rehab in Kendal, you will be invited to complete an admissions assessment as you enter our facility and settle into your new surroundings.
This assessment will ensure that we can evaluate your physical and psychological health and understand how your addiction has come to take its toll on your life.
Although we will ask you a wide range of questions as you undergo our admissions assessment, we will also offer you the chance to speak freely about your addiction.
While doing so may be difficult and will likely cause you to experience various emotions, discussing your addiction without any barriers will help you take the first step in securing a substance-free future.
Upon completing your admissions assessment, we will create your personalised treatment programme. Although it is impossible to ascertain what treatment will be incorporated into your treatment programme prior to speaking to you, you will likely encounter the following treatments.
- – Detoxification
- – Rehabilitation
- – Art Therapy
- – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- – Group Therapy
- – Individual Therapy
Regardless of the treatment that is incorporated into your personalised treatment programme, we promise that you will only be offered treatment that we believe will help you overcome your addiction.
We will also ensure that you are able to take advantage of our facilities and around the clock care, should you need it.
Aftercare Support Will Be Provided To Help You Maintain Your Recovery
Although the majority of the treatment you obtain for your addiction will be administered throughout your time in our residential rehab, as and when the time comes for you to leave rehab, we will provide you with 12-months of free aftercare support.
Unbeknown to many, aftercare support is vital. Sadly, individuals who attend a drug and alcohol rehab but are not offered appropriate aftercare support are at much greater risk of experiencing a relapse.
This is because they do not have the help and guidance they need to maintain their sobriety.
Typically, our aftercare support will encourage you to attend weekly group therapy sessions at our centre. These sessions will offer you a safe space to discuss your recovery with others and seek professional advice.
If, due to your location, you are unable to attend weekly group therapy sessions at our centre, we will be able to refer you for aftercare support at a drug and alcohol rehab in Kendal.
Contact Us Today To Uncover How We Can Help You
If you have found it difficult to secure treatment via a drug and alcohol rehab in Kendal, or would prefer to attend a residential rehab away from your hometown, we welcome you to contact us today to uncover how we can help and support you.
Should you find yourself ready to do so, please call us on 01923 369 161. Alternatively, you can chat with us online now, or email [email protected]