We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Poole

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Drug & Alcohol Treatment Poole
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Poole

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We offer residential drug and alcohol rehab treatment near Poole

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Poole

If you live in Poole and are looking for help with a drug or alcohol addiction, then Cassiobury Court are here to help. Based in Watford, we are often contacted by people looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Poole, which is not too far away. Overcoming addiction is incredibly difficult. Between 2019-2022, 50 people died who were receiving drug addiction treatment across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, so it is important to seek professional treatment to support you during your recovery.

Alcohol or drug addiction can have a number of negative effects on your life, as well as affecting your loved ones. In addition to the physical and mental health issues it can cause, it can ruin relationships, cause problems at work and even lead to legal problems. That’s why we offer a comprehensive treatment in our residential rehab centre, where you can undergo intensive therapy and other treatments that’ll help you stay away from harmful substances for life.

 

Cocaine rehab in Poole

If you are suffering from cocaine abuse, reaching out for professional treatment at a cocaine rehab centre such as ours is the best way to recover from addiction. Our cocaine rehab programme helps you to withdraw from cocaine use and treat your psychological addiction.

The first stage of cocaine rehab treatment is cocaine withdrawal, where you will be monitored as you stop using coke and manage cravings. This is then followed by psychological treatments and proven addiction therapies such as group therapy, individual therapy and holistic treatments.

Find out more about our cocaine rehab treatment programmes here.

 

Cannabis rehab in Poole

Cannabis rehab programmes are a good way to recover from cannabis addiction if you are struggling to stop using the drug. It is widely believed that cannabis is not addictive, but this is not the case.

Many people can become dependent on cannabis to function normally, and it is key to seek addiction treatment if this addiction is taking over your life. Cannabis addiction can result in decreased motivation and job loss, relationship problems, financial issues and more.

At our cannabis rehab, you will first go through cannabis withdrawal followed by therapies such as talking therapies, proven psychological treatments and well-being sessions which will all help you to stay sober for good.

 

Prescription drug rehab in Poole

Prescription drug addiction can be extremely debilitating and is extremely hard to overcome. Prescription drug abuse to extremely addictive opioids such as codeine, fentanyl, and oxycontin can result in a number of negative health problems so it is important to seek treatment at a specialist residential rehab centre to recover as soon as possible.

Our prescription drug detox lasts for roughly 7-10 days during which you will be monitored by our medical professionals. Safe detox prescription medications may be prescribed to help you manage difficult withdrawal symptoms, giving you the best chance of achieving long-term recovery.

This is then followed by addiction treatments and therapies to treat your psychological addiction to prescription drugs. Learn more about our prescription drug rehab for people struggling in Poole here.

 

Alcohol rehab in Poole

Alcohol addiction affects millions of people and can be extremely difficult to recover from alone. Our alcohol rehab programme involves an initial alcohol detox which can take roughly 5-7 days. This phase will be the most challenging part of rehab treatment, but it is necessary to begin the recovery journey to sobriety.

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can include sweating, nausea, insomnia, headaches, loss of appetite and mental health symptoms such as depression and anxiety.

Once you have completed the alcohol detox, you will then be provided with a variety of proven addiction therapies to promote long-lasting recovery. This includes cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness walks, exercise and group therapy sessions.

You will then be offered one year of free aftercare once the programme is completed to help you maintain sobriety.

 

Organising an intervention

At Cassiobury Court, we’re often contacted by family members, partners and even friends of people with addictions who are desperate to help for their loved one. Many people can be resistant to the idea of going into rehabilitation clinics, even if they’ve reached rock bottom, which is why it might be necessary to stage an intervention. During this process, we’ll help your loved one to see that they don’t need to live their life this way, and that treatment is possible. We can discuss their concerns about going into drug and alcohol rehab, and hopefully by the end of the discussion, the person with the addiction will go willingly.

Person comforting another person in a drug and alcohol rehab Poole

 

Worsening addictions

Those with addictions often insist that they can get better by themselves, but it’s unlikely that someone with an addiction could heal without professional help. It’s more likely that without intervention, the problem will worsen, with their substance abuse issue becoming harder to manage and the person with the addiction may move onto other vices. Cassiobury Court believe that early intervention is best, so if you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Poole, it’s important not to put it off. Alcohol or drug rehab can often be more straightforward during the earlier stages of addiction, as withdrawal symptoms aren’t as strong, and habits aren’t so ingrained.

 

A wide range of treatments

Cassiobury Court know that addiction is incredibly complex, so it takes many different types of addiction treatments to help with the disorder. While going through detox is important, as it can help you get a clearer perspective, but we also want to keep you away from alcohol or drugs in the long term. We offer intensive therapy sessions, both as an individual or in groups with other people at Cassiobury Court. This helps you build a solid emotional and mental foundation that can help you overcome substance abuse for life.

We also offer holistic therapies that can help you overcome your addiction. When you come to drug or alcohol rehab in Poole, you may be feeling tired and ill, which can often be due to neglecting your physical body. In order to heal your body, we offer nutritious meals which means you should leave Cassiobury Court feeling and looking refreshed.

 

Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

  • Intensive addiction treatment
  • Access to proven addiction therapies
  • 1 year of free aftercare sessions
  • 24/7 monitoring from medical professionals
  • Treatment programmes can be expensive
  • You may need to relocate for treatment
  • Time is required off work for residential rehab
  • You will spend time away from family and friends

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Staying at drug and alcohol rehab in Poole

It may seem scary to enter rehab in Poole, and many people assume the stay will be like being in a hospital or clinic. However, we offer a homely environment with cosy, private rooms, which allows you to relax during your stay. We’re regularly inspected by the Care Quality Commission, which means we offer high standards for care, with qualified, experienced staff on hand 24/7 when you need help and support.

Choosing private treatment centres means that you have a lot more treatment options and enjoy much more pleasant surrounds than in NHS facilities. Cassiobury Court is set on the grounds of a country house, surrounded by parks and pretty gardens, so staying with us feels like a treat rather than a punishment. While many people can be reluctant to go into rehab, perhaps because they worry it’ll be overly strict or like a prison, but when you arrive at Cassiobury Court, we ensure you get a warm welcome and plenty of support.

 

 

AA and NA Meetings in Poole

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Poole

  • Poole There is a Solution

Sunday 5:45 pm

United Reformed Church, Skinner Street, BH15 1RQ

  • Poole Letting Go

Monday 7:45 pm

The Spire, High Street, BH15 1DF

  • Poole As Bill Sees It

Tuesday 7:30 pm, Friday 7:30 pm

Poole Plus Day Centre, 12a Commercial Road, BH14 0JW

  • Broadstone Recovery

Tuesday 7:45 pm

St Anthonys Church, 135 York Rd, Broadstone, BH18 8ER

  • Poole Brixey Road

Monday 7:45 pm

Our Lady of Fatima Church, 35 Brixey Road, BH12 3PB

  • Poole Canford Cliffs

Wednesday 7:45 pm

Church of Transfiguration, Chaddesley Glen, BH13 7PF

  • Poole St Adhelms

Thursday 7:30 pm

St Aldhem’s Church, St Aldhelm’s Rd, Branksome, BH13 6BT

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Poole

  • Branksome Sunday Night Meetings

Sunday 7:15 pm

Main Church hall, St Johns church, Surrey Road, Poole, BH12 1EG

  • West Howe, It Works!

Monday 7:30 pm

Cornerstone Church, Holloway Avenue, Bournemouth, BH11 9JR

  • West Cliff Meeting

Tuesday 12:30 pm

West Cliff Baptist Church, Poole Road, Westbourne, BH4 9DN

  • Hamworthy Poole meeting

Wednesday 7:30

St Michaels church, Blandford Road, Poole, BH15 4HR

 

Help from local GPs in Poole

You can also speak to your GP if you are unsure about the level of support you need. See below local GPs in Poole:

Poole Town Surgery

36 Parkstone Rd, Poole BH15 2PG

01202670111

 

The Adam Practice – Poole Surgery

117 Longfleet Rd, Poole BH15 2HX

01202676111

 

Rosemary Medical Centre Poole

2 Rosemary Gardens, Poole BH12 3HF

01202723372

 

Lifeboat Quay Medical Centre

Unit A Lifeboat Quay, Poole BH15 1AE

01202680111

 

Evergreen Oak Surgery

43 Commercial Rd, Poole BH14 0HU

01202747496

 

Fernside Surgery

2A Hennings Park Rd, Poole BH15 3QU

01202673520

 

Get help today

There’s no need to wait if you decide to go into rehab. Staying at our facility doesn’t require a GP referral or any particular criteria, just a willingness to try our programme and a desire to stay away from alcohol or drugs. It’s easy to think of excuses for not to go to rehab but imagine how much better your life could be if you aren’t using alcohol or drugs. Our programme can get you on the right track, and we offer 12 months of FREE aftercare that can help you stay sober during that first difficult year. All you need to do is speak to the team today and we’ll make all the arrangements.

If you’re considering entering drug and alcohol rehab in Poole and would like to find out more about Cassiobury Court, simply pick up the phone and call 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222 to start your journey.

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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Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner)

Dr. Olalekan Otulana MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFSRH, FRSPH, MBA (Cantab)

 Dr Otulana is a highly experienced GP and Addiction Physician. He has a specialist interest in Substance Misuse Management and he has a wide range of experience in the assessment, management (including detoxification) and residential rehabilitation of clients with various drug and substance addiction problems.  His main aim is to comprehensively assess patients with addiction problems and determine their treatment needs for medical detoxification treatments and psychological interventions. He is also experienced in managing patients who require dual drug and alcohol detoxification treatments.

A strong healthcare services professional with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from Cambridge University Judge Business School.

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