Drug and Alcohol Rehab Manchester
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Manchester
While there are lots of things to love about Manchester, the area unfortunately has an association with drug abuse, not just in the city itself but also around Greater Manchester. The area has one of the highest rates of alcoholism in the North West, and a high rate of drug abuse, which is why it can be difficult to get addiction treatment when you need it most. That’s why Cassiobury Court often admits patients from the Manchester area. Based in Watford in North London, we’re less than 3.5 hours away by car, and can arrange transport so you can get to our clinic safely. If you’ve decided it’s time to overcome a drug or alcohol addiction, then all you need to do is pick up the phone and give us a call and we’ll do all we can to help.
Why choose residential rehab?
If you’re searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Manchester, the odds are you are worried about your addiction or that of a loved one, and while you may not have considered a rehab centre before, it really is one of the best places to receive addiction treatment.
You may specifically be looking for rehab in Manchester, but in our experience, it’s often better to spend time away from home to go through the rehab process. Not only do you have a clearer thought pattern when you’re away from home, you’re also away from bad influences, peer pressure and even drug dealers, so it’s much harder to relapse.
Residential rehab is typically 28 days long, and during this time we offer an intensive programme of therapy, which you’ll go through both one-to-one and in a group. Staying with us also means you enjoy a wider range of therapy than can be delivered as an outpatient, from holistic treatments to alternative therapies.
When you stay at Cassiobury Court for alcohol and drug rehab, we take care of you and help you improve your health. From nutritious meals to exercise sessions, we help you start to reverse the damage caused by your addiction, so you can return home feeling better than before.
What happens when I get to Cassiobury Court?
We carry out an initial telephone assessment when you first contact Cassiobury Court, so once you arrive, we ensure you get a full assessment by one of our team. Many people who come to us have a dual diagnosis, where they’re suffering from an addiction as well as eating disorders or mental health issues. This means they may need additional support during their stay, and we want to ensure we do all we can.
Nearly all people who come to us for drug or alcohol rehabilitation will need to go through a detox. Some people who arrive may have already tried to detox, but found the withdrawal symptoms too difficult to handle, and we understand this is the toughest part for some. Because you’re an in-patient, we can prescribe medication that’s designed to help you through a detox, providing a slight sedative effect, and we of course offer 24/7 support during this time.
What’s Cassiobury Court like?
Coming to Cassiobury Court for private rehab means you enjoy a comprehensive treatment programme that’s designed for long term success. However, it’s not like being in a hospital or prison, you aren’t locked up and it has a homely feel. Our rehab centre is set in a leafy suburb and looks like a period home from the outside. Inside, it has private and en-suite rooms available, as well as communal areas where you can socialise. There are pretty grounds and there’s a large park nearby, allowing you to get fresh air and exercise when you need it.
While you stay at Cassiobury Court, we do all we can to help you stay sober in the long term. While some rehab clinics simply offer detoxes or short programmes, our 28-day programme allows you to enjoy workshops and relapse prevention talks, so you have the tools you need for life. When you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Manchester, we’re confident that you’ll find few programmes as comprehensive as ours.
What support is available after rehab?
No matter how great the rehab programme, we know that the first year of sobriety can be extremely difficult, and it’s when you’re most likely to relapse. That’s why we offer a year of free aftercare to those who complete drug and alcohol rehab in Manchester with us.
We’ll also help you access other forms of support available. Manchester offer a wide range of outpatient clinics and schemes that help people post-rehab, and you may want to join a local group such as Alcoholics Anonymous too, as this can help you build a support network.
Can you help with my addiction?
Cassiobury Court offer treatment for a wide range of substance and alcohol addictions, which includes illegal and legal drugs. We also work with those who have behavioural addictions, which can include pornography, video game/internet addictions, shopping or food.
You may think that residential rehab is an extreme step, and that your addiction isn’t bad enough to warrant a stay with us. However, we’ve dealt with people with all levels of addiction, from those who’ve used drugs for a few months, to those who’ve been addicted for years, perhaps even trying many forms of treatment before coming to us. As long as you’re willing to put in the work, we can help.
Sometimes, it’s friends and family members who contact us, asking if we can help their loved one. While we can’t force anyone into rehab, we can offer advice and support, and may suggest methods such as interventions to encourage your loved one to get help.
To begin your drug and alcohol rehab in Manchester with Cassiobury Court, all you have to do is pick up the phone and call 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll offer a friendly, non-judgemental service.