We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Kenilworth

Published by Raffa Bari


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.

Attending residential rehab to overcome addiction is the best form of treatment option available. Being addicted to drugs or alcohol can severely limit your life chances and lead to ill health and poor social outcomes.

According to research, Kenilworth has the 3rd highest crime rate in Warwickshire and being dependent on drugs can increase the likelihood you will turn to illegal activities.

Rehab Treatment in Kenilworth
Drug and Alcohol Centres in Kenilworth

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

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Kenilworth

We treat both alcohol addiction and all common types of drug addiction here at Cassiobury Court. Our CQC registered rehab centre is fully staffed with trained addiction specialists, mental health nurses, general practitioners, psychiatrists and support workers.

We are highly experienced in the treatment of:

  • Alcohol Dependancy
  • Heroin Addiction
  • Cocaine and Crack Addiction
  • Prescription Drug Addiction
  • Amphetamine Addiction
  • Cannabis Addiction
  • Crystal Meth


Alcohol Rehab

Each one of our clients will be assessed before we start treatment for your alcohol addiction. The stages can be broken down into steps; these will be tailored based on several factors, such as the severity of your condition, physical factors and mental health aspects.

You will complete a medically assisted detox through the 1st stage before completing a wide range of therapies that are proven to help people beat alcohol addiction.


Cocaine Rehab

One of the most damaging aspects of cocaine addiction is the damage it can inflict on your mental health. Our staff have many years of experience in helping people with cocaine addiction and therapy does play a key part in the treatment of a Cocaine addiction.

Withdrawal can be challenging, but rest assured you are in the safest place to beat and overcome your cocaine addiction.


Prescription Drug Addiction

It is very easy for people to fall into addiction to painkillers, sleeping pills and other drugs designed for short-term use. Many people become addicted to a particular drug they have been prescribed and feel they have become reliant on it. This can also spiral into other drugs that produce a similar effect, such as benzodiazepines and other opioids.

Withdrawal from opioids type prescription drugs can be quite severe,e and medically assisted rehabilitation in a dedicated rehab centre may be necessary.


Symptoms of Substance Addiction

Identifying addiction is the first step toward dealing with it.

It can feel intimidating to spot when drug and alcohol use has developed into something more dangerous. Addiction is a difficult thing to deal with, but there are ways to identify it early so that you can get the help that you need.

  • Do you prioritise your substance abuse over everything else in your life, including your friends, family and job?
  • Do you start and end your day with drugs or alcohol, as it is part of your normal routine to do this?
  • Do you find that you plan your day around when you can have drugs or alcohol again?
  • Do you find that you experience symptoms of anxiety, depression, paranoia or mood swings if you go too long without any drugs or alcohol?
  • Do you regularly binge drink with more than 30 units of alcohol in one sitting?
  • Do you have a high tolerance to drugs or alcohol, meaning that you need more than others in order to feel any effect?
  • Do you regularly break the law because of drugs or alcohol through things such as driving under the influence, buying controlled substances illegally or stealing in order to sell things to buy more drugs or alcohol?
  • Do you ever lie to doctors or pharmacists in order to get access to prescription drugs?
  • Do you ever take someone else’s prescription?
  • Do you find that your mental and physical health has been declining?

Symptoms of drug and alcohol addiction can cause serious damage to your health and your life with long-term effects of drug and alcohol abuse leading to:

  • Fertility issues
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Heart problems or failure
  • Liver and kidney failure
  • Breathing problems
  • Loss of sight
  • Loss of bladder control and bowel control
  • Chronic constipation
  • Malnutrition
  • Loss of teeth
  • Homelessness
  • Unemployment
  • Isolation from friends and family members

It is never too late to bring on a change in your life. You just need to be willing to put in the work at private drug and alcohol rehab so that you can start living a happier and healthier future.


Addiction Treatments in Kenilworth

Life can be busy, and it can be difficult to take the time away that you need to get the help you need. That is why in Kenilworth, drug and alcohol rehab treatment is available through outpatient services.

What this means is that you will book in for each of your treatments and then travel to the rehab to get each one. This treatment option can work really well for people with less severe addictions and commitments that they simply can’t get away from, such as child care or a demanding job.

It allows them to plan their recovery around their lives and not the other way around.

Another treatment option that is recommended to go alongside outpatient rehab is that you should try to find a local support group to help you continue the work you have done in each of your treatment sessions. They can act as a supportive presence for years monitoring your progress and giving you manageable goals to strive for.

While these treatment options will work for you, they do have their downsides. Specifically, with outpatient treatment, you run the risk of relapsing as you have no one to keep you actively away from all drugs or alcohol during this very vulnerable time.

It is also a much longer, less linear process as you have to stop and start your treatments as you do each session.

If you want the option that has the proven best results, you will find yourself in a residential drug and alcohol rehab centre.


Addiction Help Through Your Kenilworth GP

You can also access outpatient services in the Kenilworth area by speaking with your GP. These services are usually provided as an outpatient and involve drug substitution, needle exchange and access to local support groups.

These services may be of benefit to people with mild addictions or those who are looking for a less intensive form of treatment compared to residential rehab.

You can visit your local GP in Kenilworth and they will be able to advise you on services available in the local area and also put you in touch with current addiction initiatives operating in the area.

Local Medical Centres

Abbey Medical Centre
42 Station Road, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 1JD
Tel:01926 859955

The Castle Medical Centre
22 Bertie Road, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 1JP
Tel:01926 857331



Is it Worth Travelling to Residential Rehab?

Residential alcohol and drug rehab can give you the best possible opportunity to achieve long-term recovery.

This is because you are able to take a break away from the stress of your everyday life and take the time to focus on yourself and your recovery.

This time away can give people the focus that they need to make real progress regarding overcoming their addiction, as they will spend their entire stay surrounded by nothing but supportive professionals that are there to help them to learn how to overcome their addiction.

You won’t need to worry about anything, all your needs and wants will be taken care of, and you don’t need to worry about fighting off temptation as you simply will not have access to any drugs or alcohol.


Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatments at Private Rehab

The treatments available in a drug and alcohol rehab centre are what really make it worth going private, as they will be carried out by only the best medical staff available.

In order to achieve long-term recovery, you need to learn how to manage your addiction. And to learn how to manage your addiction, you need to be able to safely never need to use drugs or alcohol again.

This is done through the drug and alcohol detox treatment, which will wean your body off all drugs and alcohol over a 10-day period. It will be uncomfortable as you will experience some withdrawal symptoms as a part of it.

But you will also be monitored day and night by a team of medical professionals that will monitor your progress and provide you with medication to relieve your withdrawal symptoms if they prove too much for your body to handle.

Following the drug detox, you won’t need to worry about experiencing withdrawal symptoms again, and you will then be moved on to therapeutic treatments.

Therapy in rehab is all about teaching you how to identify the triggers for your cravings so that you can try to replace your substance abuse with healthier coping mechanisms and you can manage your addiction in the long run.


Contact Us to Start Recovery

If you are ready to change your life for the better, then please give us at Cassiobury Court a call on 0800 001 4070.

A member of our team will be able to help you from there. We will provide you with the best possible chance at achieving long-term recovery.


Frequently Asked Questions

Different treatment options require different timeframes. For some outpatient treatment programmes, therapy can last for up to twelve months. However, for most of Cassiobury Court’s residential treatment plans, you will be at our facility for around 28 days. This means that our residential rehab programmes are intensive courses during which you focus on nothing but your recovery. Sure, it might sound like a long time to be away, but that time will fly by before you know it.

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

Yes, you are permitted to bring your mobile phone with you to drug and alcohol rehab. We provide free Wi-Fi; however, the use of your phone is not permitted during your therapy sessions. During your downtime, we encourage you to keep in touch with your friends and family, although we do ask that you refrain from taking calls in communal areas and adhere to our confidentiality and social media policy at all times.

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.

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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