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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Medway

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Medway area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Medway

Have you reached a point in your life where enough is enough? If you have been dealing with drug and alcohol addiction, it’s never too late to get help.

Cassiobury Court is an expert in helping people achieve sobriety with a range of treatment options. We offer drug and alcohol rehab in Medway and around the UK and have helped countless individuals such as yourself conquer their addictions.

However, we know that getting help from a rehab centre is not an easy step to make for anyone.

 

How do you know you’re ready for a drug and alcohol rehab centre?

No one thinks they will ever get to the stage where they are considering a rehab recovery service for addiction treatment – and yet it’s an incredibly common position to be in. We only wish that more people could feel able to come forward to get the help they need.

How do you know you’re ready for addiction treatment? Only you can really answer that question, but there are a few signs we commonly see that indicate that a person is ready to make that leap towards treatment and recovery.

 

Your friends and family are worried about your substance abuse

If you are a substance abuser, the effects on your friends and family are unavoidable. It’s hard to see a problem when you’re stuck inside your own head. Oftentimes, people don’t realise they have a problem until friends or family point it out.

If you know they have your best interests at heart and care about you, know that they’re trying to help you.

However, denial is a strong thing and you may not take them seriously when they suggest you have a problem that you need treatment for.

 

Your health is under strain

Addiction and any kind of substance abuse will have an inevitable effect on your health, both mental and physical.

Physical health symptoms can quickly turn into long-term effects and mental health issues such as paranoia, depression, anxiety can quickly spiral out of control. Often, if a person has mental health problems such as anxiety or depression, they’re more drawn to substances to help them cope. Unfortunately, substance abuse has the opposite effect after a while. They can make underlying mental health problems worse and this makes treatment more difficult.

 

Life seems to be spiralling out of control

Substance abuse can switch to full-blown addiction sooner and more easily than you think. When what you thought was under your control suddenly starts to spiral out of control it can affect and damage all other areas of your life. Aside from friends, family and your health, addiction can damage your finances and your career too.

Addiction is expensive to maintain and can cause a lot of damage to your finances and therefore the rest of your life. If you’re struggling to hold down a job because your concentration is affected or you’re even needing substances to get you through the workday, there’s a chance you’ll be fired. This can then spiral into financial and mental health issues which in turn make substance abuse more of an attractive way to deal with everything.

If any of the above scenarios sound familiar to you, then know that they only have the potential to get worse. The absolute worst-case scenario is that your substance abuse becomes life-threatening. This is a possibility that is a reality for many people so it shouldn’t be dismissed.

 

What is drug and alcohol rehab really like?

If you are a substance abuser considering drug and alcohol rehab in Medway, you will no doubt have plenty of questions and concerns. No one quite knows what to expect when they first arrive in rehab. Typically, people think a rehab centre is an intimidating, prison-like institution but this could not be farther than the truth.

While we can’t speak for every rehab centre out there, Cassiobury Court offers comfortable accommodation that feels homely and tranquil Set in a residential suburb within a historic stable courtyard, Cassiobury Court has discrete gardens, luxury accommodation, beautiful outside spaces and comfortable lounges.

 

What treatment options do we offer?

Cassiobury Court offers a range of treatments and therapies that are designed to help you relax and heal without the distractions and stresses of everyday life.

Everyone who comes through our doors must first go through medical detox. This is the process of removing all toxins from your body. This is an essential, although uncomfortable process. Our addiction specialists will be on hand to ease your time through it wherever possible.

Addiction treatment then begins with a range of different therapies including one-to-one sessions and group therapy sessions. A tailored treatment plan will be made for you to ensure the best chance of recovery with us.

We also run a range of social and well-being focused activities including quiz nights, holistic therapies, art and music therapy and more.

 

How do you get started with drug and alcohol addiction treatment?

Getting started can be daunting and one of the hardest steps you’ll take. It all begins with an initial enquiry which one of our admissions coordinators will handle. They will guide you through the process, answering any questions or concerns. Next is the pre-admission screening which will help us understand your addiction a bit better to work out the best course of treatment for you.

Once all the paperwork is sorted out, it’s time to get you admitted to our rehab centre. You’ll be assigned a recovery worker who will guide you through it all. Once you’re settled in, a specialist doctor will work closely with you to develop a recovery plan to help you going forward.

Getting in touch is simple through our website or you can call us directly on 01923 369 161 to have a confidential chat about your addiction treatment options. The best time to get help is always as soon as possible. Don’t delay your recovery any further because you owe it to yourself to get the help you deserve.

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