Drug and Alcohol Rehab Orpington
When you are suffering with the wide range of problems that an addiction can bring, it is far too easy to suppress your feelings and emotions in the hope that everything will go away and subside without assistance.
Unfortunately the longer you delay drug and alcohol treatment, the worse your addiction will become. Left untreated, a drug or alcohol addiction can ultimately be fatal, and the more advanced your addiction is, the harder it becomes to be treated.
Now you’ve decided to get help, you need to decide what kind of drug and alcohol rehab you require. There are a number of treatment options available for those who suffer with drug and alcohol abuse.
Fortunately, Cassiobury Court are here to provide you with the help you require in making this enormous and extremely important decision.
Contact us today in order to find out more about our admissions process, and how we can help you to overcome alcohol addiction and abuse and drug addiction and abuse with an emphasis on long-term recovery and relapse prevention.
Seeking help is not a weakness, it is bravery, so if you’ve been researching “rehab near me” via internet searches (or have been doing so with a view to a family and friend referral or family drug support) then why not contact Cassiobury Court today and make those first steps to a life free of addiction today?
The importance of choosing the right Rehab for you
There are a number of factors that will determine how to choose rehab that works best for you. These include the severity of your addiction, the kind of addiction you’re suffering with, the treatment options you will respond to, and your budget.
Addiction treatment is usually offered in two methods – inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient treatment is when you receive your treatment in a residential rehabilitation centre, which is ideal for our clients whose addiction is advanced, don’t have a supportive home-life or who may find themselves seeking out bad influences.
Outpatient facilities, where you’re able to return home to your family at an evening and a weekend, are ideal for those people who are not in the advanced stages of addiction.
Our admissions team will perform a thorough assessment of both your physical and mental health – addiction is both a physical and psychological illness – and the treatment recommended will be led by the severity of your addiction.
You may wish to seek free treatment options – these are available via the NHS and charity solutions in the Orpington area. However, there are long waiting lists and when you are waiting for your turn, your addiction may significantly worsen. There are no delays for Cassiobury Court’s services, but private rehab is not the cheapest option.
Why not get in contact with us today for a free, no obligation consultation about which of our rehab options are best for you?
What to expect at Rehab
How long is rehab?
This is a question we are often asked but to which there is no defined answer. Every client is treated as an individual and there is no set timeframe for how long you’ll be in rehab. We ask for a commitment for thirty days when you first come into our care, but those with more advanced addictions may require different therapy options.
Drug and Alcohol Detox
The majority of our clients need to undergo treatment in our detox clinic. Detoxification is a vital component in defeating addiction and is the process of removing drugs and alcohol from your body.
This is an important and difficult stage of your rehab and due to the withdrawal symptoms, you will experience, it is dangerous to try and undergo a detox without professional support. Drug and alcohol withdrawal is difficult for your body to manage as it will crave the substances it has become addicted to.
The use of detox medications allows our expert medical staff to taper your access to addictive substances in a controlled manner and for this difficult part of your treatment to be controlled safely.
Available Therapies in Orpington
We are proud to offer a wide range of our therapies to our clients. These range from stress management to talking therapies like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT).
These talking therapies allow you to confront the root of your addiction and any underlying mental health problems you may be experiencing. This dual diagnosis is important for your long-term recovery as simply treating the addiction may cause a future relapse – this is because the reason you’ve developed an addiction in the first place has not been treated.
Your aftercare is also extremely important. When you leave our care, you’ll be provided with an aftercare plan. This will provide you with all the support you need for the testing time when you leave our care and return to your everyday life.
Group therapy is a motivating type of therapy that holds you accountable for your process – and this is a powerful recovery tool. Group therapy provides positive peer pressure that provides participants with a place to be heard and an opportunity to interact with people who are experiencing the same issues. It’s an opportunity to learn from the experiences of people of different ages, genders and a variety of different demographs and to build new social connections with people experiencing the same difficulties in life that you are.
When your treatment completes, an aftercare plan will be drawn up. This allows you to have regular follow up sessions, access to a 24-hour helpline and you will be provided with contact details for support groups in your local area. The first 12 months following your rehab is difficult, but you will have all the tools required to be ready for the challenge life will throw at you.
An addiction can completely change someone’s life in a short space of time. Social people can become withdrawn, positive people become severely depressed and anxious, and people who were previously in control of their finances might find themselves destitute. Someone’s physical experience will also change – drug and alcohol addicts can experience sudden and extreme weight loss, become scruffy and unkempt and have a lack of respect for their personal hygiene.