Drug and Alcohol Rehab Liverpool
If you have a drug or alcohol addiction, you may have already tried to overcome it in the past. Many people who contact us have already tried home detoxes, outpatient clinics, or even other rehabilitation centres, yet found themselves going back to alcohol or drugs.
If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool, one of your best chances of long-term success is residential rehab, and Cassiobury Court offers a world-class programme with a team of addiction specialists.
This means you not only detox from drugs or alcohol, but also find the root causes of your addiction and find ways to cope without these substances. This can help you stay sober for the rest of your life.
What do you treat in rehab?
We treat all kinds of addictions at our rehab centre. We focus on Detoxification, Therapy and then Recovery. If you are suffering from some of the following our expert team has the experience and facilities to guide you through your recovery process.
- Alcohol Addiction
- Cocaine/Crack Addiction
- Heroin/Smack Addiction
- Meth Addiction
- Prescription Drugs
What happens in rehab?
Residential treatment varies from person to person and is tailored to suit your specific needs. When you arrive at Cassiobury Court, we carry out a full assessment of your needs, asking questions about your drugs or alcohol consumption, previous treatments and mental health. This allows us to get a clearer picture of your addiction so we can offer the best possible treatment options to you.
Many people who look for alcohol and drug rehab in Liverpool are interested mainly in a detox programme, and we can carry this out at Cassiobury Court, with prescription medication to help with your withdrawal symptoms.
We consider detox to simply be the first stage in drug and alcohol rehab, which is why we don’t offer programmes that are detox only.
It’s likely you’ll do a 28-day programme with us, so once your detox is finished, you’ll stay on at our rehabilitation clinic. During this time, you’ll go through intensive therapy, which includes individual sessions and group therapy. This allows you to think about why you developed an addiction and learn coping skills for when you return to your life.
Why choose Cassiobury Court?
You may have come across Cassiobury Court while looking for rehabs in the Liverpool area and may wonder if it’s worth travelling a little further away for treatment.
In our experience, it’s often better to complete your programme away from home rather than choosing a rehab in Liverpool, as it means it’s harder for you to relapse and goes back to drug or alcohol consumption.
Change of Environment
Without your usual contacts and friends who might be bad influences, you can focus on your recovery. This change of environment can play a key part in your recovery process as you can leave your stresses behind and focus on you.
Cassiobury Court is set on the outskirts of London in Watford and is a pretty, period house in a leafy suburb. It’s just over three and a half hours away by car, and we often arrange transport for people from the North West so that they don’t have to drive or take the train while under the influence.
There are many misconceptions about residential rehabilitation, with some people arriving thinking it’ll be like a hospital or even a prison. But they’re soon won over by the friendly welcome and the homely atmosphere.
Our addiction treatment is world-class, delivered by people who are experts in their field, and you also have 24/7 support for when you need it most. From individual therapy to holistic treatments, you’ll have access to some of the best, scientifically proven methods to help you overcome your addiction.
Can a rehab clinic help me?
We are contacted by people with all sorts of addictions, with various levels of severity, and in many cases, we can help them out. The team at Cassiobury Court certainly try their best, and as long as you’re willing to follow our programme and put in the work, we never give up.
There are many reasons why you might be searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool right now. You may be motivated to get sober because of a particular incident, or maybe because your addiction is generally impacting your health, career or finances. It doesn’t matter why you want to get sober, only that you’re willing to change.
When looking for a Liverpool rehab centre, you may be worried about the cost of this kind of private treatment. While Cassiobury Court isn’t the cheapest option, we think it’s one of the best in terms of value for money, with everything included in the package price. When you weigh up the cost of continuing your addiction versus going to rehab, you’ll no doubt find that being sober is a better choice.
One advantage of Cassiobury Court over NHS or other rehab providers is that we offer very fast admission. If someone with an addiction admits that they need help, then the last thing that they need is a long wait, which is why we aim to admit them within 48 hours.
What happens after drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool?
Rehab is a wonderful, supportive environment, and many people worry about what will happen once they leave and return to their everyday lives. That’s why we work so hard to offer excellent aftercare, with many options in Liverpool to keep you on track.
If you complete a 28-day programme with us, you’ll be entitled to a year of free aftercare. This weekly support group takes place at Cassiobury Court or one of our sister clinics, allowing you to choose the best option for you.
Many people also find that NA or AA meetings help them stay on track. Both Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous are long-running organisations that offer a 12-step programme, something that people with addictions may find useful.
They can also help you keep track of your sobriety in the long term, helping you build a support group that can get you through the tough times.
If you are suffering from addiction and considering residential treatment, then give Cassiobury Court contact us on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.