Local Drug and Alcohol Rehab & Detox Treatment in London

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Greater London Based Rehab Clinic
Cassiobury Court, Richmond Drive, Watford, WD17 3BH

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab London

Cassiobury Court is a CQC-registered drug and alcohol rehab clinic in London.

Our clinic has a wide array of specialist treatments that are strictly evidence-based, all designed to help individuals recover from alcohol and drug addictions. If you or a loved one is suffering from substance abuse, consider outpatient or inpatient rehab in London today.

Find out more about our residential rehab below.


About Cassiobury Court Drug and Alcohol Rehab London


Woman talking during group therapy in alcohol rehab London


Since 2011, we have developed several in-depth treatment programmes and therapy sessions which are tailored to our client’s individual needs, and we continue to develop and progress our rehab programmes every day.

We have provided comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab programmes to over 4000 clients since opening our centre and are proud to regularly hear of client success stories.

Our addiction programmes have always placed our resident’s needs at the forefront of the treatment, and whether you need a drug and alcohol rehab programme in London or elsewhere in the United Kingdom, we can help you or a loved one today.

The recovery programmes we offer include a full medically assisted detox to remove harmful toxins from your system along with counselling and therapy sessions which will give you the support needed during alcohol or drug rehab. Our team of recovery workers give you the tools needed to achieve long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

At Cassiobury Court, we firmly believe that a tailored aftercare programme is essential for long-term drug and alcohol recovery, so you will still receive the assistance you need after you’ve been discharged from our rehab centre at home.

Our proximity to central London makes us one of the first choices for individuals looking for drug and alcohol rehab clinics in London, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team to find out more. Keep reading our extensive guide on what to expect within our rehab facility and addiction treatment here.


Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Facilities in London

Cassiobury Court provides comfortable, homely accommodation which spans two floors with large discreet gardens and grounds. Our residential rehab facility is perfect for peaceful walks and mindfulness practices such as meditation and other well-being activities, all of which contribute to the recovery journey.

The clinic is also just a short walk away from Cassiobury Park, which is the largest public open space in Greater London. Daily walks to the park are arranged by our support team during your stay so you’re still getting out and about during your treatment. These walks are always accompanied to ensure residents’ safety.

Accommodation includes:

  • 21 Single Bedrooms
  • 10 individual ensuite rooms or shared bathrooms
  • Private Rooms for therapy and counselling sessions
  • Communal and dining areas
  • Large Multi-Purpose Group Activity Room
  • Comfortable TV Lounge
  • Peaceful Garden Areas with Outside Seating Area
  • Nutritional Food


How to Know When You Need Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Identifying that you need to seek treatment for alcohol or drug abuse is a key step in the recovery journey. It is common that people don’t realise the severity of their addiction or how harmful it has become.

Here are some telling signs that you may need professional addiction treatment:

  • Consistently using drugs or alcohol despite negative consequences, such as problems at work, in relationships, or with the law.
  • You have built a tolerance to drugs or alcohol, meaning you need to use more of the substance to achieve the desired effect.
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when attempting to quit or reduce use of drugs or alcohol, such as shakes, anxiety, or vomiting.
  • Loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed or a decline in personal hygiene and appearance.
  • Secretive behaviour such as lying or stealing to obtain drugs or alcohol.
  • Financial problems, such as borrowing or stealing money to buy drugs or alcohol.
  • Health issues such as chronic fatigue, weight loss, or respiratory problems.
  • Relationship problems with family and friends due to drug or alcohol use.
  • Neglecting responsibilities at home, work, or school due to drug or alcohol use.
  • Continuing to use drugs or alcohol despite wanting to quit.

If you are struggling with any of these common signs of substance addiction, call us today on 0800 001 4070 to learn more about the alcohol and drug rehabilitation we offer at our London rehab. We can discuss your treatment options with you to help you overcome addiction in the best way for your needs.


Where is Cassiobury Court’s Rehab Clinic Located?

Our rehab centre is conveniently situated on the outskirts of Watford, under 50 minutes away by train from Central London and 5 minutes from the M25. We are near the newest train station at Watford Junction and are easily accessible via a number of transport options.

Our rehab centre’s building has been converted into a spacious and modern living accommodation after undergoing extensive refurbishment in recent years, so you can rest assured that you’ll be living in a place of tranquillity with only your recovery to focus on.

Our rehab centre is spacious, safe, and has the facilities for state-of-the-art treatments and therapies. View our facilities below:



How to Get to Rehab in London

If you are suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, we understand that travelling to rehab may be difficult. You or a loved one may be unfit to drive or may have worries about using public transport. This is not something we want you to worry about – we’re here to help.

If you have any issues regarding travelling to rehab for your treatment, we can arrange for somebody to pick you up from your location and transport you to our drug and alcohol rehab facility in London.

This can often be the safest option to travel to rehab, as if you’re suffering from an addiction and need to drive yourself, there is a chance you may still be intoxicated which places yourself or others at risk.

We suggest not taking any chances when travelling to London rehab and will happily provide a transport service. Nonetheless, if you’re happy arranging your own transport or have family and friends that would like to take you, we are also conveniently located near the Watford junction train station.

You can drive or take public transport here, and no matter what you decide, we never want transport to be the reason that you avoid or delay attending rehab, so allow us to take away any burdens we can off your shoulders so you can focus on recovery.

You can find out more about transportation services by calling our team on 0800 001 4070. You can also find our location details and further contacts below:


How Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab in London Work?

Alcoholism and drug addiction are diseases which you can make a full recovery from. See what to expect at rehab and the entire process from admission to private rehab to aftercare below:


Step 1 – Admission Process to Private Rehab

The admissions process begins by you phoning us on 0800 001 4070, where your addiction type, history and additional needs are discussed. Once you have decided on a suitable rehab programme for your needs, you will be asked to pay a deposit to secure your space in rehab and provided with an admission start date which is often within 24-48 hours.

Before you are admitted into the centre, you will first need to undergo a clinical assessment by both our onsite doctor and nurse, who will then develop a personalised treatment programme ready for you or your loved one’s needs.

After your medical examination, you will then be seen by your nominated addiction recovery worker, who will outline what you can expect from your personalised treatment plan.


Step 2 – Drug and Alcohol Detox

Detoxification is the process of clearing your body from harmful toxins and traces of drugs and alcohol that are in your system.

The detoxification process is where you discontinue the use of drugs and alcohol until your body is fully cleansed of any addictive substances. A drug or alcohol detox is how the rehabilitation process begins and is a necessary step in the recovery journey as your brain will have become dependent on the substance you are addicted to.

Drugs and alcohol push dopamine creation in your brain, which leads to feelings of happiness and euphoria when the drug is in your system. When you detoxify your body from a long period of substance abuse, you will often experience withdrawal symptoms as a result.

The withdrawal process is the beginning of your recovery, and you will experience a variety of mental and physical withdrawal symptoms during this period. Common withdrawal symptoms include depression or anxiety, cravings, insomnia, loss of appetite, sweating, delirium tremens and more.

If you have attempted home detox in London alone, you may have experienced these feelings or symptoms already, and without medical assistance, they can become unbearable and dangerous, which is why so many people relapse when attempting home detox alone.

This is one of the biggest strengths of detoxing with a rehab provider. At Cassiobury Court, we provide medically assisted detox programmes which are tailored to be safely administered at our centre.

Once we understand the severity of your addiction, our medical team will provide tailored detox prescription medications to help alleviate any withdrawal symptoms experienced. Get in touch to learn more about our alcohol and drug detox programmes.


Step 3 – Therapy & Psychological Treatments

Therapy is the most enjoyable part of the transformative journey for many in recovery and can make the difference between short and long-term recovery.

At Cassiobury Court, we provide both individual and group sessions and offer many different addiction therapies in private rehab that help you to overcome your addiction.

We offer both traditional and holistic therapies to ensure that all our residents receive extensive care, plus, each of the therapies that we administer here at Cassiobury is backed by research and data on their effectiveness.

Our Psychological Therapies include:

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a technique used to help people overcome substance abuse issues by gaining control over their emotions. It is a useful therapy to help people who struggle to discuss their emotions open up with professionals who can support them.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a psychological technique for treating addictions, depression and anxiety by looking at the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It is a leading addiction treatment provided in drug and alcohol rehabs across the country and utilised at our centre.

12 Steps of Recovery

The 12-Step Programme is a treatment tool to help people understand the journey into, during, and after recovery. The 12 steps are an essential part of helping people recover from addiction by changing their thoughts and perceptions.

One-to-One Keyworking

This involves one-to-one meetings with a nominated addiction support worker which allows residents to benefit from personal discussions that individuals may be unwilling to open about in a group setting.

Wellbeing Group Therapy & Meditation Sessions

Meditation and group therapy sessions to promote wellbeing and mindfulness are regularly carried out to help manage anxiety throughout the rehab process. These break up the rehab programme nicely and offer a relaxing way to manage stress or worries which may be experienced during treatment.

Creative & Drama Therapy

Creative and drama therapies are a useful and creative way of reducing stress, managing behaviour, achieving clarity, developing interpersonal skills, and increasing self-esteem. These sessions are optional but encouraged.

Art Therapy

Art therapy is a form of expression that helps people in recovery visualise their thoughts and emotions as a means of relieving stress. It is a common addiction treatment used in rehab settings to help people suffering from substance use disorders.

Support Meetings

Groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Support Meetings are beneficial local recovery programmes which take place across the UK.

Clients are encouraged to take part in Alcoholic Anonymous (AA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) via Zoom in the evenings during their rehab stay, and commonly suggested once drug or alcohol rehab is complete.


AcuDetox is an alternative form of acupuncture that focuses on five points in the ear. The procedure has been found to be effective in providing relief from specific symptoms and is used to treat addiction, trauma, and stress. Acupuncture is available as part of our rehab programme upon request.

Body Scan Meditation

The body scan is a simple meditation exercise that trains the mind to be more open and aware of sensory experiences, which will result in greater acceptance of your physical self.

Social Activities and Personal Training

At our drug and alcohol rehab centre in London, along with the above, we also provide social activities that help you enjoy your time at Cassiobury Court and accelerate the rehabilitation process. These activities include daily group walks, quiz nights, team games & film nights, fellowship events and family visits.

We also have a personal trainer who works with clients who wish to exercise during their stay. This can be great for both the body and mind, which is why we recommend trying this therapy for those staying at our rehab centre.

We try to ensure that your experience here is as comfortable as possible, so we can also provide extra services on request and for an additional charge, such as hair & beauty sessions, manicures, pedicures, chiropody & podiatry, dentistry etc.

Step 4 – Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

Upon completion of treatment at drug and alcohol rehab in London, you will receive 12 months of free aftercare with regular meetings taking place via Zoom every Monday.

Our rehab aftercare meetings are designed to help keep you in touch with your addiction recovery workers and discuss any issues you may face when you return home to normal life. Aftercare is an essential tool in helping you stay on track by giving you access to invaluable support long after treatment has been completed.

Along with 12 months of free aftercare, we also recommend that you attend regular AA, NA or CA support meetings which will give you much-needed additional support during the most difficult phase of recovery.


The Importance of Aftercare in Addiction Recovery

Recovery after time spent in residential alcohol rehab is key to maintaining long-term sobriety. The first few months after your rehab programme in London has ended are known to be the most difficult.

This is due to several reasons, such as your home environment may be triggering your recovery or the sudden lack of 24/7 support from medical professionals which you receive in a private drug and alcohol clinic. It can be hard to maintain recovery alone, which is why our phones are always open to offer advice and guidance when you may need it most.

With one year of free aftercare to help you remain on track, you have the best opportunity to make a full long-term addiction recovery. Aftercare sessions take place weekly so you can experience the continued support provided by the team at Cassiobury Court no matter where you are located.

We also recommend that you seek outpatient treatment services in London to help with your recovery to help with local support. To achieve long-term recovery after your alcohol and drug rehabilitation programme with us, please get in touch today.


How Much Does Rehab in London Cost?

The cost of receiving drug and alcohol rehab in London is dependent on the length of stay, and the treatments you require and are subject to change. See the cost breakdown of how much our drug and alcohol rehab costs in London:

  • 7 Days – £4,675
  • 10 Days – £6,150
  • 14 Days – £8,400
  • 21 Days – £11,900
  • 28 Days – £14,000+

This is the inclusive price for your treatment, aftercare and everything you need to get on the right path to recovery. To find out more about what each level of stay entails, don’t hesitate to give us a call and we can explain what is best suited to you and your addiction on 0800 001 4070.


What Drug Addictions We Treat at Cassiobury Court

Here at Cassiobury Court, we treat a range of alcohol, drug addiction and behavioural disorders.

Our highly experienced team have treated patients with multiple diagnosis and physical impairments and are available to help. The specific drug addictions we treat include:

We also treat a variety of behavioural disorders such as:

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD)
  • Eating disorders such as Bulimia and Anorexia
  • Gambling Addiction

These behavioural disorders are treatable in our rehab clinic through therapy programmes and dual diagnosis treatment programmes. See more information about our different rehab programmes below:


Alcohol Rehab London

Alcohol addiction is extremely common, and alcohol withdrawal symptoms can make it very difficult to overcome without medical help. Our alcohol rehab programme involves an initial alcohol detox, followed by treatment therapies such as CBT and individual counselling to treat the psychological element of alcohol abuse.

Prescription medications can be prescribed during alcohol detox, and alcohol withdrawal typically lasts 5-7 days. Medications such as Chlordiazepoxide can help you manage severe withdrawal and is a major advantage over home detox in London.

Once the detox has been completed and your addiction treatment programme has ended, you will receive 1 year of aftercare sessions in London to continue your recovery support.


Prescription Drug Rehab London

Prescription drug addiction is a growing problem across the UK, and opioid drugs such as codeine, hydrocodone, benzos, and fentanyl are extremely addictive and hard to recover from alone.

At Cassiobury Court rehab centre we offer prescription drug rehab treatment to help you overcome addiction. The first step is a prescription drug detox which safely removes opiates from your system with medical assistance. A prescription drug detox typically takes 10-15 days, and withdrawal symptoms can include fever, strong cravings, sweating, insomnia, diarrhoea and nausea.

Once this stage has been completed, a wide variety of treatment therapies are then provided such as mindfulness programmes, drama therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, yoga and personal training sessions.

To learn more about our prescription drug rehab programme in London, phone today on 0800 001 4070.


Cannabis Rehab London

Although it is widely believed that cannabis is not harmful to your body and it is safe from becoming addictive, weed is psychologically addictive for some people who smoke or ingest it.

If you feel like you are no longer in control of your weed consumption and find you are using it to cope with emotions, use it excessively, or feel anxious if you are unable to smoke cannabis, it may be worth considering cannabis rehab treatment.

Cannabis rehab involves cannabis withdrawal, where you will stop consuming the drug surrounded by professionals, followed by therapies to help you cope with the psychological cravings you have for the drug and manage any mental health disorders you may have developed.


Cocaine Rehab London

Cocaine is a widely abused addictive drug which is a huge problem across the country, especially in London.

According to the National Office for Statistics, 3.5% of adults used Cocaine in London in the year 2020, the highest by Region in the UK.

Cocaine is highly addictive and is found mostly in London as either a powder which is snorted through the nostrils or as a crystallised form of cocaine known as crack, which is either smoked or injected. We offer cocaine rehab treatment at Cassiobury Court to help people suffering from cocaine abuse achieve a full recovery. Learn more about the types of cocaine below:

Powder Cocaine

Powder cocaine is popular in the nightclub scene and people who regularly go out with friends on nights out in London may have been offered the drug on numerous occasions.

Cocaine is readily available in London and access to cocaine is worryingly widespread in London and other large metropolitan cities.

People may find that what was once occasional drug use on a night out develops into an addictive habit which requires cocaine use during the day and even during work hours. Some people may start with a powder cocaine addiction which can be expensive and ruin personal finances, leading to the use of the cheaper form of crack cocaine in an attempt to continue substance use of cocaine.

Crack Cocaine London

Crack Cocaine is generally cheaper and more addictive than powder cocaine and gives users an intense high. Crack cocaine is usually smoked or heated up and injected.

Crack is an extremely addictive drug and can have devastating long-term effects on people’s livelihoods. Often people find themselves using crack in conjunction with other drugs such as Heroin, or as a drug cocktail which is known as Speedballing. Cocaine rehab consists of a “detox” cocaine withdrawal, followed by therapies to help people suffering from cocaine addiction achieve sobriety.

Speedballing Treatment in London

Of all the people needing treatment for drug abuse in the UK, speedballing was the second most common group just behind the heroin group. Speedballing involves the mixture of crack cocaine and opiates such as heroin.

The latest study conducted by the UK government projected that the following areas in London have the highest rates of opioid and crack use.

  1.   Tower Hamlets
  2.   Lambeth
  3.   Ealing
  4.   Hackney
  5.   Newham

Patients who attend our rehab clinic who suffer from crack cocaine addiction or heroin are provided with carefully conducted addiction treatment that ensures both the mind and body are treated, such as mental health disorders like depression or anxiety that are commonly experienced alongside drug addiction.

Prescription medication during the drug detox period is commonly prescribed to relieve withdrawal symptoms and all patients are monitored throughout their stay with us.

Heroin Addiction London

Heroin addiction is the second most common drug people receive treatment for in rehab behind alcohol. Heroin is a difficult drug to recover from as it causes strong cravings and uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms.

Heroin is injected into your body and users of heroin are often at risk of a variety of short and long-term health problems as a result of use.

If you are using heroin and realise you have a problem, it is much better to get treatment at a drug rehab in London. We can help you seek heroin rehab treatment in a suitable location for you to help you recover from heroin addiction and live a life free from addiction.


Dual Diagnosis Treatment


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At Cassiobury Court, we understand the relationship that commonly exists between mental health and addiction, which is why we offer dual-diagnosis treatment options. If you are suffering from co-occurring drug or alcohol addiction as well as a mental health disorder, we can provide you with treatment which will target both elements of your health problem.

Talking therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy have been proven to be extremely helpful in treating both addiction and mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, PSTD and OCD disorders.

CBT helps you to address your problems and reevaluate the way you think about them, and group therapy and support groups are other commonly used dual diagnosis treatments in London rehab centres as they help you to discuss your feelings with people experiencing similar situations.

It is extremely important that all elements of the body are treated when somebody struggles with addiction and mental health conditions, as dual diagnosis requires a special form of treatment to recover fully. The team at Cassiobury Court uses only evidence-based addiction treatments to help those with dual diagnosis to achieve long-term recovery and wellbeing.

Even for those who do not have a pre-existing mental health condition, addiction often takes a huge toll on your mental health, relationships, and general wellbeing. Addiction therapies are incredibly important elements of any private London alcohol rehab programme and are a large reason why residential rehab clinics have such high success rates in comparison to other outpatient options.


What to Choose? Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment in London


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When considering drug and alcohol rehab in London, you may be weighing up whether to choose treatment at an inpatient private treatment facility or an outpatient facility; so, it is understandable to wonder – what is the difference between addiction treatments?

Outpatient rehab programmes are generally more flexible treatment plans that do not require you to stay overnight at hospitals or London alcohol rehab centres.

With free drug and alcohol outpatient services, you can expect outpatient programmes to pan over several weeks or months and typically include treatments and therapies such as group therapy and key work sessions. However, this form of treatment can be challenging if you or a loved one is suffering from addiction as you’re unable to physically remove yourself from the temptations and environment that your addiction developed in.

So, what are your rehab options?

Inpatient Rehab London

Inpatient rehab is among the best treatment options available to you as it provides you with intensive care to help you recover from addiction and most importantly, maintain recovery once the programme is complete.

At Cassiobury Court, our inpatient programme offers specialist treatment, detox and therapies including group therapy, one-to-one therapy, daily walks, yoga and meditation, as well as a number of other holistic therapies. Something that makes inpatient rehab so unique and beneficial is the assisted detox with a medical professional that is received by all residents attending private London rehab.

Our drug and alcohol detox clinic is one of the safest places to be whilst you undertake detox as your body may need support and we can monitor your physical and mental health 24/7. Plus, as we have mentioned, being within a residential rehab space removes you from your home environment in London where there are potentially several triggers and risks of relapse.

Instead, private rehab provides you with a safe space to recover and relax, away from the stresses that may exist at home. You receive nutritional meals, catering, and peer support throughout your stay, making the entire rehabilitation process easier for you.

Benefits of Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab in London

  • 24 Hour Support
  • Medically Assisted Detoxification
  • Safe, Secure Environment
  • Relaxing Grounds and Gardens
  • On Suite Bedroom
  • Access to Fully Trained Addiction Specialists
  • Healthy Food and Set Meals

When you join a residential rehab programme you will be expected to stay in our rehab clinic for anywhere from one to six weeks; this form of treatment will maximise the chance of you making a full recovery. It is important to consider any responsibilities in your life that may need addressing prior to admission, and this may influence whether you choose inpatient or outpatient treatment.


Free Drug and Alcohol Rehab in London

Cassiobury Court is an NHS-qualified treatment facility. In some circumstances, you can stay in our rehab centre through the NHS if you’re in a crisis and referred locally from A&E.

Receiving NHS funding for treating addiction can be very difficult and often comes with very long waiting times due to the high demand. However, there is a wide range of addiction help resources in London available to aid you in your recovery journey. Find out more about available addiction support in London below:

Turning Point

Turning Point – Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Service (DAWS)

32a Wardour Street, Soho, London, Greater London, W1D 6QR


020 7437 3523


Opening times:

  • Monday: 10:30am – 4:30pm
  • Tuesday: 10:30am – 4:30pm
  • Wednesday: 10:30am – 8:30pm
  • Thursday: 10:30am – 8:30pm
  • Friday: 10:30am – 4:30pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Description: The Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Service is a local substance abuse support and inpatient treatment service.

Key Services:

  • Addiction Therapy
  • Holistic Therapies
  • One to one counselling and addiction support
  • Detox & Addiction Recovery Programme
  • Evidence-based addiction treatments
  • Inpatient rehab
Change Grow Live

CGL – Drug and Alcohol Services – Camden

7-8 Early Mews, Arlington Road, Camden Town, NW1 7HG


020 3227 4950


Opening Times:

  • Monday: 9.00am – 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Wednesday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Thursday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Friday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Description: Free local alcohol and drug addiction treatment service based in Camden.

Key Services:

  • Addiction Counselling
  • Group Therapy & Counselling
  • Art Therapy
  • Medically Assisted Detox
  • Online Treatment Options
CDARS – The Wandsworth Day Programme

CDARS – The Wandsworth Day Programme

117 Cedars Road, London, SW4 0PW


020 7498 6149


Opening Times:

  • Monday: 9.00am – 8:00pm
  • Tuesday: 9.00am – 8:00pm
  • Wednesday: 9.00am – 8:00pm
  • Thursday: 9.00am – 8:00pm
  • Friday: 9.00am – 8:00pm
  • Saturday: 10am – 2:00pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Description: The Wandsworth Day Programme is an outpatient treatment service funded by Wandsworth Public Health and delivered in partnership with South West London and St George’s Trust (SWLSTG).

Key Services:

  • 1:1 Keywork and Counselling Sessions
  • Day Programmes
  • Aftercare and Relapse Prevention Services
  • Community Outreach Services
  • Information and Advice on Overcoming Addiction
  • Addiction Therapies
Haringey Recovery Service

Haringey Recovery Service

590 Seven Sisters Road, London, Greater London, N15 6HR


020 8801 3999


Opening Times:

  • Monday: 9.00am – 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Wednesday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Thursday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Friday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Description: HAGA provides a wide range of local community and residential support services for individuals suffering from substance abuse in the Haringey area.

Key Services:

  • Holistic Therapies
  • Outpatient Treatment
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Education & Support
  • One to One Support Sessions with Alcohol Specialists
  • Medically Assisted Detox Led by Trained Nurses


Other Addiction Support Options in London

There are many other alternative services to private alcohol and drug rehab in London that can provide invaluable support and advice to individuals or family members needing help with addiction. Learn more here:

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous / Narcotics Anonymous are free local support meetings which are available to anyone seeking help with a drink or drug problem.

Typical AA and NA meetings have a leader who leads a discussion, and every person who attends is encouraged to open up and share their experiences with one another and encourage recovery.

Several studies have shown that AA & NA meetings combined with outpatient or inpatient treatment programmes are very effective in helping individuals maintain long-term recovery from addiction.

Local AA Meetings

Here is a list of Alcoholics Anonymous support groups you can access after you leave rehab.

You will receive advice from other people who have suffered from alcohol addictions in the past and learn what has helped them through the period and certain techniques that you may find beneficial yourself.

Here are some local AA meeting groups in London you can attend:

Brixton Basics 123


All Saints Church, 250 Lyham Rd

Time: 19.30 – duration 1hr

Postcode: SW2 5NP

Streatham English Martyrs Physical & Online


English Martyrs RC Church, 2 Mitcham Ln

Time: 19.30 – duration 1hr 30mins

Postcode: SW16 6NN

Or Join the meeting through this zoom link.

East Dulwich Newcomers


Christ Church, 263 Barry Road, East Dulwich

Time: 12.30 – duration 1hr 30mins

Postcode: SE22 0JT

A full list of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings taking place in the London area can be found on the Alcoholics Anonymous website along with start times and if these sessions are online via Zoom or what’s app group chats.

Narcotics Anonymous Groups in London

If you have been suffering from a drug addiction such as a cocaine or heroin addiction, Narcotics Anonymous is a useful resource if you are looking for outside support groups to help with your drug addiction.

You will hear stories from people in the meeting and find out how they have experienced drug addiction and the steps to take to help you overcome substance abuse. By attending these helpful community groups in London, you can further reduce the risk of relapse.

To find the most convenient NA meeting in your London Borough please check out the timetable of meetings on the Narcotics Anonymous website and enter your postcode for all available options.

Smart Recovery

SMART Recovery offers an alternative, scientific-based programme for addiction recovery. The programme helps individuals identify whether they have a problem and provides useful tools and techniques to help support recovery.

Meetings provided through SMART recovery are run by trained professionals and are focused on finding the best way to manage your addictive behaviours.

Free Helplines

Dedicated free helplines can provide great support for those needing support for both addiction and mental health conditions, and thankfully the UK has a large number of organisations offering this type of service.

See below the contact details of these organisations:

Talk to Frank

Talk to Frank is a free help service that provides information and advice to young people on the harms of illegal drugs and alcohol misuse.

0300 123 6600

Text: 82111


Live chat: https://www.talktofrank.com/livechat


Drinkline is a free, confidential helpline available to individuals concerned about their own or a loved one drinking problem.

0300 123 1110

Live chat: https://www.drinkaware.co.uk/chat-with-an-advisor

Supportline is a free service that offers support for individuals who are suffering from the impacts of alcoholism.

01708 765200


Online Resources

There are a large number of online resources that are designed to help support the process of overcoming addiction.

Reading online resources can help you identify harmful addiction behaviours and mental health problems whilst offering advice on the best methods for treatment.

Whether you are dealing with a chronic illness or are worried about a family member’s drinking habits, online resources can provide all the information needed when researching the effects of alcohol and drug abuse problems.

See below list of useful websites for online drug and alcohol addiction resources:


Drawbacks of Outpatient Treatment in London

Reaching out for any type of addiction help is a good step in the right direction. Outpatient rehab is a great resource for those who have mild addictions, responsibilities, or commitments at home, while inpatient programmes are a more intensive form of addiction treatment, and the programmes are tailored to the individual.

When you begin outpatient treatment you will visit a community support group, often organised through yourself or your local GP where you may be administered medications and attend appointments made for you to attend counselling sessions in London.

Via this rehabilitation method, you will largely be going through the detoxification period in your own home and without professional support. Home detox can be a very challenging process and dependent on how severe your addiction is, you can encounter hard-to-manage side effects.

Withdrawal symptoms can be treated to an extent through prescribed medications, but at home, you may not have access to the full range of drugs or professional support used to combat the worst of these withdrawal symptoms.

Something to keep in mind when choosing between outpatient versus inpatient is that outpatient means you remain in your home environment throughout the process. It will still be easy to access drugs or alcohol and your daily routine will not change, and you will rely on your own desire for sobriety without 24/7 support to continue recovery.

No matter what treatment service you decide, reaching out is a step in the right direction for recovery in London. Phone today on 0800 001 4070 to learn more.


Benefits of Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab in London

The main benefit of outpatient treatment is its flexibility, as treatments and therapies can be completed around busy work schedules and personal commitments. For some people, attending a private rehab centre where you are away from home for a few weeks isn’t suitable and doesn’t work around commitments. This is when outpatient services in London are most useful.

Free addiction services such as AA and NA can also be very beneficial for people who experience a drug or alcohol abuse problem which has not developed into a serious addiction which requires around-the-clock medical support.

The main 3 benefits of outpatient rehab are:

  • Treatment is free
  • You are able to go about your daily business
  • Have full access to family members/events

If you are trying to decide which form of addiction treatment is best for you, get in touch today for free advice and guidance.


How Long Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab Last?

The length of rehab treatment varies depending on your budget, the severity of your addiction and your personal preferences.

We recommend a treatment programme of 28 days or more, as this provides you with enough time to finish your alcohol or drug detox and experience several therapy treatments through a structured rehab programme.

If your addiction is mild, you may only need a shorter stay in rehab such as 10-day programmes, and this will involve only a medically assisted detox. This is also a good option if you have a smaller budget but still require supportive and intensive treatment.

An alcohol or drug addiction is best treated when extensive therapy has been utilised to get to the root of your substance abuse issues and where solutions are put in place for when you get the urge to relapse. If you have found yourself visiting a rehab in the past and relapsed, it may indicate that you need a longer stay to give yourself the best chance of long-term recovery.

This is why 28-day rehab programmes and longer are recommended, as they provide you with the best recovery rates. To get more information about our treatment programmes, call today on 0800 001 4070.


How Does Rehab Help People?

For many addicts, there can be an identifiable reason that has caused their addiction to develop. It might have been a hidden trauma for some people, and for others, it might be a co-existing mental health issue.

Within our rehabilitation programme, we will help you better understand how your mind works and what makes you tick with the aim of discovering the root of your problem. Understanding yourself better can often be the thing that helps you to commit to your recovery programme and make progress.

Once your medically assisted drug and alcohol detox is complete, we will guide and teach coping mechanisms to you, as well as provide advice for how to manage co-existing mental health issues. We offer a range of rehab treatments to help with your drug or alcohol addiction – each treatment plan includes holistic therapy sessions to eliminate addictive behaviours and make the recovery process more enjoyable.

These kinds of activities, along with the medical implications that help the process of withdrawal, are the ways that choosing a drug and alcohol rehab London can help you on the road to sobriety.


How Can I Convince a Loved One to Receive Drug and Alcohol Rehab in London?

It’s important not to get discouraged when dealing with a loved one who suffers from a substance misuse disorder. While it may seem like there are no easy ways to help them, you can start by taking small steps which could help your family member on the road to recovery.

When talking to someone dealing with drug addiction or alcoholism, it’s important that you are not judgmental and are engaging in a two-way conversation. An honest message without threatening the person will likely help more than anything else in recovery, as people with addictions tend to make the decision of seeking help on their own accord when they are ready.

If you have exhausted all attempts to convince your loved one to get help, then there is an option that we provide in the form of an intervention programme for family members. However, we are not able to force someone into receiving alcohol or drug rehab – the decision must be there of their own choice.

Intervention is a powerful tool that is designed to help people suffering from addiction who want to start recovery. We offer a family intervention service which arranges an opportunity for families and friends to work with our addiction recovery experts to find the best way to convince your loved one to receive the help they need.

Once a recovery plan has been created, a meeting between the person with an addiction, their loved ones and our addiction recovery worker will be arranged with the aim of getting your loved one to agree to enter residential rehab. If an agreement can be reached, then your loved one will be taken straight to our rehab facility to start treatment as soon as possible.

This approach is seen as the most effective way to help reluctant loved ones to accept treatment with very high success rates.


Family Referral Service

It can be extremely frustrating if you have a loved one who does not want to receive treatment for their addiction or is in denial about the severity of their substance abuse disorder.

Although you are not able to force somebody else into rehab, there are a number of resources that you can use from private rehab centres such as ours to help get your loved one on the road to recovery.

At Cassiobury Court, we offer a family referral service to help family members seek resources and support from our experienced admissions team and recovery workers. We can help you to better understand addiction and learn techniques to manage it healthily.

Some of the things we can help you with include:

  • Support and advise you on how to talk about addiction openly with your loved one
  • Provide you with updates on resident’s welfare and improvements if they attend rehab
  • Option of a family intervention service with our trained addiction therapist
  • Suggest techniques to help support those going through addiction
  • Answer questions that you have about rehab treatment and what we offer
  • Discuss your budget and requirements to help your loved one

Private rehabilitation is the best way to make a recovery from addiction and treatment often makes a huge difference to the quality of life of our residents. If you would like to find out more about our family referral service, contact our admissions team for a chat on 0800 001 4070.


What Causes Drug and Alcohol Addiction?


Family sat together talking about addiction


Have you ever wondered why an addiction has developed for you or a loved one? Drug and alcohol addiction affects hundreds of thousands of people across the UK and is unfortunately a very common problem that families face.

Although anybody can become addicted to substances such as cocaine, alcohol or cannabis, there are a few factors which make you more likely to experience addiction at some point in your life.

Factors that make some people more prone to addiction include but certainly aren’t limited to:

  • Family history of addiction
  • Underlying mental health issues such as depression and anxiety
  • Biology – some people are genetically more likely to experience addiction
  • Stress
  • Childhood neglect
  • Certain personalities – some people have an addictive personality which makes them more susceptible to drug or alcohol addiction

Although some people are more prone to experiencing addiction, it doesn’t mean that other people are immune to drug or alcohol abuse.

Even people who are conscious of famously addictive drugs such as heroin or crystal meth can be caught in the cycle of addiction to alcohol or prescription drugs.


Why Should You Rehabilitate at Our London Based Rehab Facility?

By selecting our residential rehab centre in London, you will have access to our leading addiction treatments and specialist addiction team. For those who are living with mild side effects or problems caused by addiction, outpatient treatment may be suitable and convenient for your needs.

However, for the greatest recovery rates, consider inpatient care. At Cassiobury Court we believe in promoting residential rehab programmes which provide you with care 24 hours a day. Although our centre may be a short distance from your home, this time away at rehab in London will provide the best opportunity to complete both a drug and alcohol detox and alternative treatments privately.

Working through an addiction is a private matter, which is why we ensure you will be provided with the peace of mind to work through treatment whilst residing at our state-of-the-art London rehab facility.

To increase recovery rates, we provide you with a personalised treatment programme, which combines our detox method and our psychological treatments. This programme will be moulded around your needs, which factor in your addiction history, recovery goals and ensures that the most effective road to rehabilitation is provided.

If you are in the right mind frame to start your recovery, being open about your addiction and reaching out for help if your first step to sobriety. Our specialist team ensure you have a strong support network around you while completing rehab in London.

Completing a drug and alcohol detox in London will kickstart your recovery. Our alternative addiction treatments at Cassiobury Court are the best available in the area and our team is dedicated to helping you achieve recovery.

We recommend residential treatment for the best possible outcome. By completing detox and psychological methods to tackle your drug and alcohol consumption, you will be able to recover from substance abuse completely.

Here are some of the substances we can help with:

  • Alcohol
  • Cocaine
  • Ketamine
  • Mephedrone
  • Crack
  • Crystal Meth
  • GHB / GBL
  • Cannabis
  • Amphetamine
  • Methadone
  • Prescription Drugs


How to Get Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Today

Once the admission process has been completed and a deposit has been paid, you will receive a start date often within 24-48 hours and this is the fastest way to get help. The admissions process is also available via an NHS GP in certain circumstances but be aware this may not be as fast or guaranteed.

There are also free NHS addiction services available, and to access these all you need to do is phone your GP.

At Cassiobury Court we strongly believe that treating you at a residential rehab centre away from your home helps you address any issues that may contribute to the addiction you are battling. Reach out today to set the date of your admission and come one step closer to addiction recovery at our alcohol rehab in London.


Contact Our London Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centre

If you are looking for a leading residential rehab clinic that can provide you with a variety of treatment options to help you overcome addiction to alcohol or drugs, consider Cassiobury Court’s alcohol rehab in London.

Our treatment centre is located in London, Watford, and can help you overcome substance abuse for good.

Our addiction rehab packages come with a FREE 12-month aftercare programme to help keep the risk of relapse to a minimum in London once treatment is completed. For more information, call our Drug and Alcohol Rehab London centre on 0800 001 4070 – our admissions team are available 24 hours a day.


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    My time at Cassiobury Court has been a life changing experience and one I will be forever grateful for. When I arrived I was mentally broken and morally bankrupt and believe my time here has given me the tools to finally turn my life around. The staff here are incredible and consistently go above and beyond with their care, support and guidance. I cannot thank everyone enough or offer high enough praise for the work that you do. I truly believe that this is the only place I could have begun my journey to recovery. For anyone who is struggling with addiction and wants to change their life for the better, I can say with confidence today that it is possible. Thank you Cassiobury Court. ODAAT

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    It’s a pleasure to have been a client at Cassiobury Court. From the moment I arrived I felt like a welcome part of the family, it’s non judgmental and compassionate approach to recovery has differed from any center which I have previously attended. The structure allowed me to develop at my own pace and to work through my recovery journey, which started with me at an all time low. When I entered I was a shell of a person, after a toxic relationship. My substance misuse and eating disorder was out of control and my health, mental and physical, was deteriorating rapidly. The staff, each with there own expertise and experience guided me compassionately and from a genuine place of kindness and warmth. The facilities, all departments from housekeeping, kitchen to admin and support staff, have made a genuine difference to the person I am leaving as. Strong, rebuilt and confident. Ready to step into a life of sobriety and positivity. I have made life long friends and made life long changes thanks to Cassiobury. I can genuinely recommend Cassiobury, to anyone who has found themselves in the depths of there addiction, they will help you find the path out, however unmanageable life may seem. All my love to the team there and to the clients past, present and future Amy x

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    I have spent some time at Cassiobury Court over the last 6 months and cannot speak more highly of the experience. I admitted myself for alcohol addiction and was very scared when I arrived and did not have any idea what to expect. The staff could not have been kinder to me. I wanted to leave on day 2 because I was very anxious and out of my comfort zone, but fortunately staff members calmed me down and I ended up staying which I am very glad about. The schedule is very good with group sessions, some one on one sessions and therapy sessions. The food is excellent and the chefs are very accommodating if you wish to have something different. There is a daily trip to the local shop to get any bits you may need. All the staff are amazing, the recovery workers, the management, the chefs and kitchen staff and all that work at Cassiobury are all so caring and it really shows. You have time to get to know the rest of the group and I ended up building close bonds and have kept in contact with many that I met in Cassiobury (and I bump into people I met at meetings outside as well as on the aftercare calls). All in all, if your are considering a treatment centre then I would highly recommend Cassiobury Court, I am very grateful for my time there.

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    I have had serious addiction problems for the last 10 years that have ruined my life and the life of my loved ones. I am in my early 30’s and this was my third time in rehab but my first time staying at Cassiobury Court. The difference between Cassiobury and other facilities is incredible and you can’t compare with the level of support and love. The staff are kind, caring and know exactly what you are going through and what you need to do in order to get better. They have multiple different ways and techniques to support you and go above and beyond in every possible way to help you. Not only do they support you while you’re there but they also support you for the first year you leave with weekly catch up sessions. I have left Cassiobury with a huge network of people in recovery. Before I was lost and alone. I can’t thank Cassiobury enough for giving me another chance at life and I’ll be forever truly grateful ❤️❤️❤️

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    I benefitted greatly at cassiobury court. I came in willing to work hard and overcome my mental blockages which kept me relapsing. The one to one's with the therapist and going through the steps really humbled me. I know now how my head works and will never take my sobriety for granted ever again. I have a structure back in my life I.e food, sleep, exercise and have the tools I need to push on and lead a good and spiritual life. Thank you to all the Cassiobury team. From the housekeeping staff to management has been excellent. I would strongly recommend to anyone to stay for 28 days like I did as its turned my life around. From a massively heavy drinker and cocaine user to give me the chance for a good life here on end. Brenden

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    Cassiobury Court has given me the hope of another chance to live again a sober life that I once had about two decades ago. I was drinking alcohol heavily in recent years that led to so many problems in my life that I can't state here. I wasn't even aware that it is an illness, rather than a habit that I could get rid of just on my willpower before I walked through the doors here. Realization of how much damage this illness has done to my life and my loved ones wouldn't have come to me without the help I have received here. My initial thoughts were that I am going to prison but the ideology here is completely different. If you are willing to recover from alcoholism or in general, any addiction then this is the place to be. If you want to walk out, become a quitter and continue your same life then no one will stop you. Such a set-up really worked for me, especially because if it was a military-type rehabilitation then I would have walked out. All the key workers, counselors, kitchen staff, cleaners, pharmacists, nurses, and fitness & yoga trainers everyone is so accommodating, warm, and helpful beyond my expectations. If someone is really willing to recover then this is the place. Big big thank you to Cassiobury Court for saving me and I wish myself to be successful on my life-long road of recovery.

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    I came into Cassiobury Court after years of trying to stop on my own, after years of abusing myself physically and mentally i finally came in with the willingness to ask for help and that is what i recieved. Although nervous when I first came in i was greeted with an incredibly friendly and supportive team, I was made to feel at ease and given privacy but i also knew help was ready and available when i needed it The workshops, counselling and advice all felt they were tailored to me rather then just being another client and i was encouraged to start seeing the postives of life rather then the negatives, I enjoyed every workshop and the social aspect that came with meeting a group of like minded people and felt that i was being heard and understood. Since leaving i have re started my life and had support from everyone along the way I would highly recommend them. To anyone who feels they may be struggling.

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    I stayed at Cassiobury Court for 28 days in December 2021 to January 2022 and I'm now 110 days clean and sober. The level of care and support you receive here from all the staff is outstanding. From admissions, to leaving through to aftercare I cannot thank everybody enough. They tirelessly go above and beyond to help every individual to get them back on track with detox, step work, one-to-one therapy, group therapy, acupuncture, fitness and good food. Each patient is different and the staff keep a very close eye on each individuals personal circumstances and try to guide them to the best of their abilities. Truely inspirational as have all been through the hell of addiction themselves so there is zero judgement. If you want it bad enough this is the safest environment to be in. I actually miss them all!!!

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    Cassiobury Court is a fantastic, peaceful place to recover. I am leaving today and can’t be more grateful to the staff and fellow residents who have made my stay such a wonderful experience. All the staff are happily prepared to go the extra mile to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible. There are a great range of workshops and activities to help you explore how your mind, body and spirit can assist with your recovery. The kitchen team provide nutritionally balanced food options and if you don’t fancy what is on the menu they are happy to make something to your taste. The rooms, facilities and grounds are immaculately maintained. I am positive about the future.

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    Had the most amazing experience at Cassiobury Court, guided me through my issues and left me full of knowledge, positivity and hope. The amazing staff are always smiling, always offering sound advice when needed, and always there if you just need a chat, they treat you as their peers and make you feel instantly relaxed. Couldn't recommend the place more - go in with an open mind, be honest about everything and be willing to recover! (P.s. also great food ?)

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Frequently Asked Questions

See below frequently asked questions we receive from individuals interested in our drug and alcohol rehab London service.

Cassiobury Court is a CQC-registered drug and alcohol rehab clinic in London.

Drug and alcohol abuse has caused many broken ambitions and relationships for people suffering from addiction in London. If you are suffering from substance addiction, it is important to seek help and undergo treatment at a suitable rehab for your needs. We recommend attending a residential rehab in London such as our centre at Cassiobury Court.

During your residential rehab programme, you will stay at our treatment facility for the entire recovery process. It will allow you to remove yourself or a loved one from everyday life stresses and help overcome the addiction you are struggling with. Rehab in London offered at clinics such as our rehab centre, Cassiobury Court, can be the kick-starter for a healthier life in the future. Call us today to transform your future.

Many rehab centres in the country offer addiction help. The two main rehab options are outpatient NHS services or a private rehab clinic. We recommend an inpatient treatment centre, as inpatient treatment often tends to be a lot more effective in the short and long term.

At Cassiobury Court, we offer 28-day inpatient treatment programmes, as well as shorter and longer programmes. Our admissions process is quick and efficient, and with only one phone call, you can begin admission to our rehab clinic in London.

Receiving rehab treatment is the right choice if you feel that drug or alcohol use is negatively impacting your life. It can be hard to accept that you need professional help, but by taking the plunge to start treatment you will improve your life. Private rehab is best for people with severe addictions who require intensive rehabilitation.

Outpatient or private rehab offers leading addiction treatments for anyone struggling with a dependency on addictive substances like drugs or alcohol. With recovery staff, medical professionals and other individuals who experience similar journeys available to offer support throughout your recovery, you will not feel alone whilst receiving rehab treatment at an inpatient facility like Cassiobury Court.

Many people suffering from addiction choose to opt for private rehabilitation. There are many benefits in choosing a private rehab, including the fact that admission can often be organised within 24 hours.

Cassiobury Court is a private drug and alcohol rehab facility based in London. Our professionals provide only the best care for long-term recovery. During the detox phase of treatment, you will be closely monitored by our professionals. You will also benefit from a range of group and one-on-one therapies to help work through underlying mental and emotional triggers.

Receiving rehab treatment is the right choice if you feel that drug or alcohol use is negatively impacting your life. It can be hard to accept that you need professional help, but by taking the plunge to start treatment you will improve your life. Private rehab is best for people with severe addictions who require intensive rehabilitation.

Outpatient or private rehab offers leading addiction treatments for anyone struggling with a dependency on addictive substances like drugs or alcohol. With recovery staff, medical professionals and other individuals who experience similar journeys available to offer support throughout your recovery, you will not feel alone whilst receiving rehab treatment at an inpatient facility like Cassiobury Court.

Many people suffering from addiction choose to opt for private rehabilitation. There are many benefits of private rehab, including the fact that admission can often be organised within 24 hours.

Cassiobury Court is a private drug and alcohol rehab facility based in London. Our professionals provide only the best care for long-term recovery in London. During the detox phase of treatment, you will be closely monitored by our medical professionals, so the entire process is safe. You will also benefit from a range of group and one-on-one therapies to help work through underlying mental and emotional triggers. All catering and meals are provided to you during inpatient treatment, which is another benefit of private rehab.

The admissions process to our rehab centre is fast and simple so you or a loved one can access rehabilitation treatment as soon as possible. To get into an inpatient rehab centre in London, the first step is to phone the admissions team on 0800 001 4070. They will discuss your addiction with you, your location, age, and budget, as well as any other needs you may have during your recovery journey.

You will be asked to make a deposit to secure a room in our centre, and from here you can begin treatment within 24 hours. The entire process is easy so you can begin treatment as soon as possible.

Detox is often considered to be the hardest part of getting clean. The detox process is the withdrawal from drugs and/or alcohol with trained medical professionals. Home detox can be dangerous and is not recommended, as withdrawal symptoms such as delirium tremens, seizures and irregular blood pressure can be extremely dangerous to your health if not supervised and treated.

When you start the drug or alcohol detox, you will likely experience some withdrawal symptoms. The severity of symptoms typically depends on the history, type and strength of the addiction. If you suffer from severe alcoholism, the risk of lasting damage or in severe cases, death, is more likely during the withdrawal period than a person who drinks smaller amounts. At our Greater London based clinic, our specialist team of professionals are available to supervise you throughout the detox stage.

One sure sign of drug or alcohol addiction is the occurrence of withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to detox from the substance.

The withdrawal symptoms that are experienced can vary depending on your type of addiction, but the most common symptom is an intense discomfort which threatens relapse. Our medical recovery team and addiction specialists are available to prescribe you with prescription medication which can help to alleviate your symptoms during the detox process, making the process more bearable and you are more likely to succeed.

This will help you to manage painful withdrawal symptoms and provides you with the support and care that you need during this process. By choosing to receive your addiction treatment at inpatient rehab, you will have access to all the support you need in London during your detox. It is the safest and most bearable way to complete withdrawal and is recommended by doctors.

Even with professional treatment, there is always a chance of relapse. The relapse rate is much smaller in people who attend 28 days+ rehab programmes in residential rehab, which is why this form of treatment in the most recommended.

A drug or alcohol relapse does not mean you are incapable of sobriety – you will just require further treatment. It is recommended to renter rehab if you or a loved one experiences relapse, but free and local rehab options are also available in London such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. We want you to avoid relapse altogether, which is why we offer a proven aftercare and relapse prevention programme, which is provided to you upon the completion of rehabilitation treatment. Call our admissions team today, and they will be able to help you achieve recovery in London as soon as possible.

Besides drug and alcohol rehab in London, we also treat a range of mental health disorders and behavioural addictions as co-occurring disorder. This is only if addiction is determined to be the contributing factor to your mental condition, which will be determined by our psychiatrist.

Mental health disorders include obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders, anxiety, and depression, and treatments are provided as a dual diagnosis programme.

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.

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