Drug and Alcohol Rehab Purley
Do I Have an Addiction?
If you’re asking yourself that question or even on this page looking for answers about your behaviour, it’s important to think about what has made you do this.
While there isn’t one symptom or sign, that means you have an addiction, if you’re questioning it, it’s likely that you could benefit from professional help.
You might have tried to stop using drugs or alcohol or suffer from cravings and withdrawal symptoms without it. Or maybe, your substance misuse has begun to take a toll on your health, relationships, finances and even career. All these are signs that you could be addicted and would benefit from some help.
Addiction can happen to anyone; many people don’t even realise or don’t want to admit that they might have a problem with drugs or alcohol. The truth is, this is an essential step if you want to recover.
At Cassiobury Court, we’re not forcing you to do anything. Instead, we’re here to listen to you, to help ease any fears, answer your questions and outline exactly what options there are. So even if you don’t think you’re addicted, why not pick up the phone to discuss your alcohol and drug use today?
Outpatient Rehab in Purley
Nestled in London, Purley is ideally located near some of the UK’s leading addiction recovery centres. This includes both inpatient and outpatient centres. Outpatient treatment is where you’d receive therapy and treatment in the day and then return home in the evening. It’s a popular choice for those with other commitments such as children and has a good chance of success.
Outpatient treatment is also available on the NHS, but waiting lists can be slightly longer. Typically, your treatment at a rehab centre will be combined with support and advice from local groups such as Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous. Outpatient rehabilitation can be a good choice if you’re looking to remain at home and close to friends and family.
Why Choose Private/Inpatient Rehab?
There is an alternative to outpatient treatment, however. Inpatient treatment, often referred to as private rehab, is when you are required to stay at the centre overnight for the full duration of your treatment. Many people are concerned about being away from loved ones but remember they can visit. Many experts also believe that private inpatient rehabilitation offers the best chance of success.
This is because treatment is provided away from influences and temptation in your local area. With state-of-the-art facilities and 24/7 access to a medical team, you’re also able to focus fully on your recovery. Plus, all meals are taken care of, so you don’t have to worry about anything.
Private inpatient rehab is believed to have better facilities and shorter waiting times – similar to other private healthcare options in hospitals. While you might be scared about being away from home, making the best decision for you and your future is important. Private inpatient treatment like the one at Cassiobury Court could be the respite you need.
It is important to know that private rehab treatment costs more than outpatient rehab. Typically, 28-day stays at private rehab are around £10,000, but our team can discuss shorter stays and more suitable programmes for you and your budget.
How Long Does Rehab Take?
This depends on the centre you choose, whether you’re an inpatient or outpatient, whether a detox is required and how well you respond. Some rehab centres offer day programmes, but we advise a 28-day stay. This is believed to be the optimum time for your recovery.
Friends and family are encouraged to visit and get involved in therapy sessions, so you don’t need to worry about being away from them for too long. Not only do we believe this is essential for your recovery, but it helps them to support you once you’ve left rehab.
Support Provided at Cassiobury Court
Our support begins the moment you get in touch. Whether you’re ready to start the admissions process or not, or simply just have a few questions, we’re here for you. Plus, our telephone line is always open for your family and friends to use because we know addiction is a health condition that affects everyone.
As well as your ongoing support before and during your treatment at Cassiobury Court, we’re delighted to be able to offer a full year of free aftercare. Not only will you work with specialist teams in rehab to prepare you for your time on the outside, but we’ll also support you in the community.
Take a Step Towards Recovery
We’ve helped so many people and their families in London who are struggling with addiction – and one thing we’ve never done is put pressure on them. We just want you to know that we’re for you. That’s why our telephone line is always open, and we also want you to know there is a way out. We’re always willing to answer your questions and explain the available treatment options.
We also have a family intervention service – whether you want advice or the admissions process to begin. With Cassiobury Court, addiction doesn’t have to be lonely, and your new future could be closer than you think.
We give all patients a warm welcome at Cassiobury Court regardless of their background. Contact us to start rehab today.
If you’re ready to start treatment, call us on 01923 369 161 or text HELP to 83222.
Frequently Asked Questions
While private residential rehabilitation is a more expensive treatment option than most others, you also get the best possible quality of care. The best way to find out how much our treatments are is to call our admissions team, as we offer many different packages which accommodate different budgets. When it comes to addiction treatment, you really cannot afford to choose any other than the best quality of care.
While we can help people to break free from the cycle of addiction, the threat of relapsing will sadly always be there. However, through our relapse prevention planning and complimentary aftercare programme, you can keep the prospect of relapse at bay. Relapsing is a threat you learn to manage and avoid, meaning many successful recovering addicts never relapse.
Approaching someone about their addiction is a very delicate issue. If you do not approach an alcohol or substance abuse intervention correctly, you risk pushing that person further away from receiving treatment. Family intervention should be conducted with care and compassion, ideally with a trained professional to assist. Making the person suffering from addiction feel attacked is the opposite of what you want to achieve.