We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Millwall

Published by Raffa Bari

Support and treatment through the NHS is an available option when looking to recover from an addiction. Although available, it can be difficult to access and work through a comprehensive rehab programme as demand is high.

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Both available and accessible, private drug rehab is instead recommended, offering time-sensitive and tailored recovery pathways.

Offering flexibility and personalised services, private rehab can be experienced through either outpatient or inpatient plans. Both are private, can be immediately accessed and are offered via a drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall.

Providing a safe and private platform to complete proven treatments and therapies from, private rehab can be worked around your needs, budget, and urgency to recover.

Access our support and addiction treatment services here at Cassiobury Court, in place to improve all areas of life.


Accessing private rehab

If you’ve ever received treatment via the NHS, for any health concerns, you’ll have been added to a waiting list. This will also be the case if you select addiction treatment on the NHS. Delays can be challenging to deal with if you’re struggling to control your urges and consumption of drugs and alcohol. They can also intensify addictions, change decisions to recover and influence relapse.

For urgent support and treatment, which can even begin on the same day as your enquiry, private rehab will be encouraged. Although treatments will need to be paid for, all forms of delays and their risks can be avoided.

Accessing a private drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall will be possible by completing a self-referral. If you’re a loved one, worried about a family member or friend, you can complete a family and friend referral, to motivate access.

A referral will start the admissions process, which will assess personal needs and work to form a bespoke treatment plan to complete through rehab. Assessments will take place over the phone and will be confidential, acting as a safe place for you to open up about your drug and alcohol problems. The more details that you can share will increase the tailoring of your treatment plan.

At this point, your budget, location, favoured programme type, and personal needs will be accommodated to, ready for your admission date.

Offering time-sensitive rehab admissions, to benefit your readiness to recover, accessing our support here at Cassiobury Court can be straightforward and reliable.


Outpatient vs inpatient programmes

Before starting private treatment, you’ll need to select between outpatient and inpatient programmes. Both can immediately begin, helping you take action on your addiction. Yet once you’ve accessed a drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall, experiences will differ between each option.

Outpatient rehab is a flexible treatment programme, which fits around individual schedules. It requires long-term commitment, as a monthly schedule will be provided. By visiting a rehab clinic, quality treatment sessions can be completed, followed by outpatient support and resources.

An outpatient programme is an affordable option, which is favoured by individuals who cannot commit their entire time to rehab. Yet for those who require urgent intervention and consistent support, it’s an ineffective option.

Inpatient rehab is an effective programme to treat drug and alcohol addiction as it offers immediate and intensive streams of treatment. It can be accessed by checking into and residing in a drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall. 24/7 support, efficient programmes and comprehensive processes are benefits of inpatient rehab.

An inpatient programme can be completed over a 28-day period, followed by 12 months of aftercare support. It’s recommended to treat addiction and offer a targeted experience of rehabilitation. Yet it does cost more as it’s such a handheld process, recognised as an effective starting point for long-term recovery.

Through the admissions process, recommendations are offered to help you decide. Inpatient rehab is mostly advocated here at Cassiobury Court. Yet we’re highly flexible and appreciate that circumstances differ, happy to offer bespoke pathways.


How are treatments and therapies assigned?

Treatments and therapies are personally assigned. They are recommended by considering your personal experiences with drugs and alcohol. The cause of your addiction will be considered.

The signs and symptoms that you encounter will be assessed. Your coping strategies will be gauged. Your lifestyle will be worked around. Your consumption levels and your addiction severity will be assessed. Your physical and psychological health will be prioritised.

All will direct our recommendations and help create your treatment plan and recovery pathway.

Most plans will include a detoxification process, which will be assigned for the beginning of rehab. Detoxing helps to eliminate drugs and alcohol in a safe and sustainable way. To protect your wellbeing, a medically assisted process will be followed.

Talking therapies and holistic services are also found throughout treatment plans and pathways. The exact type that you’ll benefit from will depend on the above. Yet our most common services include cognitive behavioural therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, mindfulness, group therapy, mental health treatment, stress management, relapse prevention and social activities.

Treatments will work to heal the outcomes of addiction. They will also aim to adapt future responses, coping strategies and outlooks to live a fulfilled drug and alcohol-free life.


Aftercare and support groups in Millwall

Once private rehab finishes, aftercare support will begin. By visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall for regular sessions, you’ll have the support network of our specialists and peers. Therapy and support groups will be available to help you through the first 12 months of recovery.

Aftercare is inclusive of the cost of private rehab, offering follow-on tailored and compassionate support. Found to reduce relapse risks, aftercare is an important step of the long-term recovery journey.

Work towards long-term recovery by accessing our immediate support here at Cassiobury Court London.

Treatment plans are available with budget in mind. Private rehab can be an affordable option, starting from £3,000. Prices will increase from there based on individual needs and the severity of the addiction.

We can work with you to secure an affordable recovery pathway through our care.

Recovering from an addiction is a long-term commitment. Once you leave rehab, your recovery journey will truly begin. This is the time to combine the tools and skills that you’ve developed through rehab to maintain sobriety.

You’ll slowly return to everyday life in Millwall, with the support of aftercare services and relapse prevention planning. Both will offer guidance, coping skills and motivation to continue post-rehab.

Rehab can be daunting to enter, which will benefit from preparation. You can prepare by doing your research, by arranging your admission and by making sure you have the time/money to complete rehab.

But most importantly, you’ll want to prepare mentally, by understanding what’s ahead and expected of you to recover. We can offer guidance here at Cassiobury Court.

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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