We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Maghull

Published by Raffa Bari

Are you watching a loved one suffer from alcohol or drug addiction? Perhaps you’re going through it yourself? The team at Cassiobury Court are here for you and can help you to live a life away from addiction.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Maghull

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Maghull

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Maghull or the surrounding areas, you’ve come to the right place.

Located in the Merseyside region and close to Liverpool city centre, Maghull has a lot going for it. Unfortunately, like many other places in the UK, the town is also gripped by addiction.

It doesn’t have to be like this though and you are in control of your future.

Maghull has several leading addiction rehab centres close by, and they could be your answer to the way out. It all starts with a phone call – whether it’s about your own substance abuse or a loved one’s.

Our team will ask a series of questions to get to know about the situation in more detail as well as your needs and aspirations.

With the relevant information, a course of action will be put together, but you don’t need to worry about feeling pressured. While alcohol and drug rehab are often the only choices if you want to walk away from addiction, you need to want to recover first.

Our team won’t force you to do anything or demand that you sign up.

Instead, they’ll speak to you, listen to your concerns, answer any questions, and outline all your options. Addiction can happen to anyone, and it can have a huge impact on health, relationships, family, work, and finances.

There is a solution with Cassiobury Court. We have helped many people to a clean and sober life.


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Are you suffering from an alcohol addiction and need help? Cassiobury Court is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.

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Outpatient or Inpatient Rehab?

If you’ve investigated rehab in Maghull before, you might realise there are two different types: outpatient and inpatient.

Inpatient rehab, which is often called private drug and alcohol rehab as it’s rarely offered on the NHS, is when individuals stay on-site while they have their treatment. This is the type of addiction recovery treatment that we offer at Cassiobury Court.

On the other hand, outpatient treatment means individuals will visit their chosen centre for treatment during the day and then return home.

It can mean that the rehabilitation process is over a longer period, however, rehab does need to be suited to your individual needs. Many people are concerned about leaving their homes and family when it comes to inpatient treatment, but experts say it offers the highest level of success.

As an inpatient, you’ll be away from any negative influences and can concentrate on your recovery with 24/7 support and guidance from experienced medical professionals.

That’s not to say that outpatient treatment isn’t a good choice. The decision of which rehab centre and type of programme to choose is completely up to you.

Our team can help you to weigh up your options though and find a place that’s best for your future.


Detox and Therapy Treatments in Private Rehab

Whether you choose to attend rehab as an inpatient or outpatient, your treatment will typically consist of a variety of therapy types.

While each rehab centre will have its own processes, the most common therapy includes behavioural therapy, counselling sessions, talking therapy and creative workshops.

Before any treatment begins, however, it’s likely you’ll have to detox. This is to ensure that there are no drugs or alcohol left in your body. Many people attempt this at home, but it can be very challenging because of withdrawal symptoms.

We recommend medically safe alcohol and drug detox in our rehab facility as you will be supported by a team of doctors and nurses throughout. Additionally, medication if needed, will be prescribed to help ease any side effects.

Therapy and treatment are usually provided on a group and individual basis.

When you’re not taking part in this, you’re also encouraged to make the most of any holistic and well-being activities. This includes the likes of art therapy, meditation, and food and nutrition classes.

The aim of these is to help you to create a healthier version of yourself with lifestyle choices that are good for your body, mind, and soul.

While rehab does focus on eliminating the physical dependency of addiction, there’s also a huge amount of work that centres on the emotional and mental dependencies.

As well as this, you’ll be guided to recognise any triggers and helped to identify new coping strategies.

Family and friends are also encouraged to visit and get involved in therapy sessions where appropriate as we believe this is crucial for long-term recovery on the outside.


How Much Does Private Rehab Cost?

Typically, it costs around £10,000 for a 28-day inpatient stay. As mentioned above, unfortunately, private inpatient rehab is rarely offered on the NHS – because of ongoing funding issues.

The cost of private rehab depends on the centre you choose, how long your treatment lasts, whether a drug and alcohol detox is required and how well you respond.

Call us for more information on 0800 0014070 or visit our drug and alcohol rehab cost page to learn more.


How Long Does Rehab Last?

Again, this depends on the centre you choose, how well you respond and whether you’re an inpatient or outpatient. We advise a 28-day rehab programme though as this gives you the best chance of long-term recovery.

Shorter and longer stays are available upon request.


Step Onto the Path of Recovery

At Cassiobury Court, we’re dedicated to helping you to get back on track and improve all areas of your life while you do.

Our state-of-the-art facilities have supported hundreds of people just like you to regain control of their lives and walk away from addiction. It’s not always a straightforward road to recovery but our team are experienced and friendly and has your best interests in mind.

Whether you want to discuss your options or want to arrange an intervention for a loved one, contact us today. We promise you won’t look back.


Frequently Asked Questions

There are many different options for therapy — however, here at Cassiobury Court we strongly recommend that you take advantage of our inpatient treatment programme. By staying at our drug and alcohol treatment centre we will be able to really delve into your addictive disorder, while also working out which specific treatment you are best response to and prioritising that treatment going forward.

Support groups have played a large part in most, if not all, professional addiction treatment programmes for years now. This is because there can be no doubting how integral they are to the process of recovery. Support groups help you to create your own network of likeminded individuals, united with the common goal of staying sober. Not only can this network help you when you’re feeling vulnerable, but hearing successful sobriety stories from others can be a greta source of inspiration when you need it most.

Inpatient treatment means that you will be living at the rehab for the duration of your treatment. On the other hand, outpatient treatment means that you will be returning to your home in between treatment sessions.

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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