As you will be aware, we are currently facing the coronavirus pandemic. Our rehab centres are still running as normal and we are taking every precaution in the fight against the virus.

We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Lowestoft

Drug & Alcohol Treatment Lowestoft
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Lowestoft

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We offer drug and alcohol rehab in Lowestoft

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Lowestoft

Do you live in Lowestoft and require addiction treatment services? If so, why not undergo treatment at Cassiobury Court’s unique and highly effective residential Lowestoft drug and alcohol rehab centre. This ultra-modern rehab centre is located a short distance from your Lowestoft home. When you attend our residential rehab centre, we reveal to you a number of therapy and detoxification techniques that quickly and effectively secure your recovery from long-term drug and alcohol addiction.

 

Detoxification in our drug and alcohol rehab centre

Cassiobury Court offers a medically supervised detoxification for drug and alcohol addiction. All detoxification programmes are written up by a registered and fully qualified psychiatrist. All detoxification programmes are then administered by registered nurses over a number of days or weeks.

Each detoxification programme we supply is written up in accordance with BNF and NICE guidelines. This ensures your detoxification programme is of equal or superior quality to what you might receive through an NHS Trust.

Before you detoxification programme begins, a thorough assessment takes place. This allows our staff to determine the severity of your addiction. We also assess your physical and psychological condition before your detoxification programme begins. Once this assessment is completed, prescription drugs are typically given to you to ease the withdrawal symptoms you may experience.

You also receive a range of orally administered vitamins and essential minerals. Why? Because your diet is likely to be poor because of your addiction. Furthermore, drugs and alcohol strip your body of these vitamins and minerals meaning supplementation is an essential element of any well-thought out detoxification programme.

 

Rehabilitation following detoxification at our Lowestoft centre

Cassiobury Court offers clients a range of therapy techniques designed to prevent the risk of relapse following the conclusion of treatment. These therapy techniques include: one-to-one therapy, group work, 12-steps, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and holistic therapies.

The recommended duration of rehabilitation is 28 days. Why? Because a four-week rehab programme allows you enough time to fully detox and then fully rehabilitate at the Drug Rehab Colchester clinic. This amount of time allows you to reflect, review and re-balance before you return home.

 

The importance of group work

Cassiobury Court offers therapy sessions taking place in groups. Group-based psychotherapy is a highly effective form of treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Why? Because group work allows clients to discuss their issues with other who struggle with similar problems. This allows clients to confide in others. This also allows members of the group to accelerate their learning because they are permitted to learn from other people’s experiences.

 

Requesting more information

For more information and free advice, contact Cassiobury Court today on 01923 369 161. Alternatively, contact us through this website and a member of our admissions team will contact you.

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