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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Leatherhead

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Leatherhead

If you live in the Surrey area and are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Leatherhead, then consider a stay at Cassiobury Court. Our 28-day rehab programme helps you overcome the disease of addiction, whether you want to stop drinking to excess, or need to detox and stay away from illegal or prescription drugs. We’re set on the outskirts of Watford, just over an hour from Leatherhead, and it couldn’t be easier to start your journey. There’s no GP referral needed, and we offer admission within 48 hours, so you don’t need to wait any longer to heal.


Residential or outpatient rehab?

When you search for drug and alcohol rehab in Leatherhead, you’ll find a lot of places offering home detoxes or outpatient treatment. While these can work in some cases, they require a lot of willpower, and don’t always offer a long-term solution to drug or alcohol addictions. As an outpatient, you live at home and usually only attend clinics during the day, which can mean you are still close to temptation, whether it’s shops where you buy alcohol, or friends who use drugs.

Many people choose a residential rehab centre for treatment as it gives them a break from their everyday lives. It’s very difficult to relapse while you’re inside a residential clinic, and there is 24/7 support for those moments when you feel like giving up. You are away from harmful relationships and the everyday stress of life, so you simply focus on yourself and your recovery.


Life at Cassiobury Court

Cassiobury Court is set on the outskirts of Watford, close to London and Surrey, yet in a peaceful location where you can recover. While you stay with us, you can opt for a single occupancy room or to share with one other person, so there’s plenty of privacy and time to relax.

When you arrive at Cassiobury Court, we carry out a full assessment of your health and wellbeing, which includes assessing your mental and physical health. This ensures that while you stay with us, you get the best possible treatment and have the best chance of success.

We can also discuss your plan for detox when you arrive. Those who’ve gone through substance misuse will often be dependent on their substance of choice, which means suddenly coming off drugs or alcohol can cause a number of side effects. At Cassiobury Court, because you’re an inpatient, we can offer prescription medication that eases you through this process. This allows you to detox quickly, sometimes in a matter of days, so you can get on with the rehab process.


Taking care of your mental health

Addiction often has a strong mental aspect, and poor mental health can both lead to addiction and make it worse. That’s why it’s important to complete your 28-day programme at Cassiobury Court where you’ll go through both individual and group therapy.

During your one-to-one counselling sessions, you’ll have a chance to think about why you developed an addiction and learn strategies to beat your cravings. We use methods such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which are scientifically proven to help people overcome addictions. You’ll then attend group therapy, which is supervised by an addiction counsellor, which is an excellent way to build a support network.

Addiction can often lead to relationship breakdowns, so when you come to us for drug and alcohol rehab in Leatherhead, we’ll discuss options such as family or couple therapy. This lets your loved ones to learn more about addiction and allows you to all speak about your concerns in a safe space, so you can all start to heal and look to the future.


Life after Cassiobury Court

Addiction is a lifelong condition, and while we can give you the tools to help you avoid a relapse, we know that the first year after rehab can be extremely tough. This is when you’re most likely to relapse, as you’ve left the supportive environment of rehab and returned to your everyday life. That’s why those who complete 28 days at Cassiobury Court get 12 months of free aftercare, allowing you to keep in touch with our team and get ongoing support.

When you’re about to leave Cassiobury Court, we’ll help you make a plan for your future, ensuring you have plenty of support. You may want to work with a local drug and alcohol service, or a support group such as Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous, which offer excellent ongoing support for those who want to stay sober.


Getting help today

Even in areas such as Surrey, it can be difficult to get timely help for an addiction. If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Leatherhead and simply don’t want to be stuck on a waiting list, then all you need to do is call us today. Staying at Cassiobury Court means you’ll enjoy high quality care that’s tailored to your needs, rather than going through NHS care which is often one-size-fits-all. Our team are all experienced working with people with addictions, so are completely non-judgemental and discreet, and you can feel confident about opening up to us.

While private rehab isn’t cheap, it has many advantages over NHS care, and if you consider the cost of your addiction over time, it’s usually cheaper than buying drugs or alcohol in the long term. An addiction can also cost you a lot more than money, from relationships to your health, so if you have the determination to get off these substances, then we will do everything we can to help you out.

When you’re searching for rehab in Leatherhead or the surrounding Surrey areas, get in touch with Cassiobury Court today by calling 0800 001 4070 or texting HELP to 83222.

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