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We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Rickmansworth

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Rickmansworth

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Rickmansworth area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rickmansworth

In many areas of the UK, there simply aren’t the NHS resources to deal with the current addiction crisis. This means, if you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Rickmansworth, your best bet might be to opt for private rehab. Cassiobury Court are based in Watford, just minutes from Rickmansworth, so are a great choice for those who need to be close to home. Whether you have a drug or alcohol addiction, our team of experts and support staff will use scientifically proven methods of addiction treatment to help you start your recovery.

To find out more about Cassiobury Court, continue to use this site and you can discover what life is like when you use our treatment services.

 

Finding the best help

Whether you’re looking at rehab centres for yourself or a loved one, you’ll know how important it is to get the right care. Nobody wants to go to a clinic to find that the programme doesn’t work for them, or that they’re left feeling uncomfortable and can’t get through therapy. That’s why Cassiobury Court have worked so hard to create a safe space for those with alcoholism and drug addiction, where they can get the best levels of care and enjoy dignity and privacy during their stay.

Like any care facility, Cassiobury Court has regular inspections from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and you can view the inspection report on their website. If you look under our ‘success stories’ tab, you can also read some of the testimonies from people who’ve stayed with us and read about their experience on our website. This can help if you’re feeling anxious about coming to rehab and need encouragement.

 

Your rehab journey

When you come to Cassiobury Court, we carry out a full assessment of your health, both physical and mental, so we can put together the best treatment options to suit your needs. Every addiction is different, so this tailored approach is needed to give you the best possible chance of success. While you will have gone through a free and confidential initial assessment over the phone, this is much more in-depth and done face to face, so we can get to know you.

Many people who come to us don’t just suffer from addictions to drugs and alcohol, they may also have a mental health condition, eating disorder, or a secondary behavioural addiction such as sex, shopping or gambling. This is known as a dual diagnosis and should be dealt with by specialist rehab centres who have worked with these conditions before. Rest assured, at Cassiobury Court we have very experienced and understanding staff, so don’t be afraid to open up and talk to them.

Once you’re on site, we will assume we can share details of your stay with your GP. If you’d rather we don’t, please let us know, so your rehab stay isn’t on your medical records.

 

Detox and rehab

When you go through a long period of drugs or alcohol misuse, your body becomes used to being on these substances, eventually dependent on them. Detox is therefore a shock to your system, so it can lead to side effects from shakes to seizures. Coming to us for drug and alcohol rehab in Rickmansworth means you can be offered prescription medication that tapers off gradually, making alcohol or drug detox safer and easier. You’re also closely monitored, making detox at treatment centres much safer than going it alone at home.

Staying at Cassiobury Court allows you to go through intensive therapy. There are many individual sessions with your counsellor, who’ll use methods such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, or CBT, which can help you discover the roots of your addiction and work out ways to tackle it. There’s also group therapy, which may seem daunting at first, but is an excellent way to work with others in a same situation towards a common goal. Many people with substance abuse issues bottle up their emotions for a long time, so finally talking about them can be a big relief.

Because rehab is hard work, we also offer a number of other treatments and sessions to help you relax and unwind. From massages to mindfulness, we ensure that you are well looked after and leave Cassiobury Court feeling better than ever.

 

Leaving rehab

Choosing Cassiobury Court for drug and alcohol rehab in Rickmansworth means you don’t just get a 28-day programme. If you complete your stay with us, you also get a year of free aftercare, which allows you to stay in touch and continue to get support through your journey. Our location makes us easy to reach from Rickmansworth, Hemel Hempstead and surrounding areas, so there’s no excuse to miss these sessions.

We can also help you access support in the local area, so you are never alone when you need to reach out. You may want to attend a local AA meeting or NA for those with drug addictions or may be thinking of changing jobs or moving to help your recovery. Whatever your goals, we can help you get on track to achieve them before you leave us.

When you need drug and alcohol rehab in Rickmansworth, all you need to do is call Cassiobury Court on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll guide you through the process. If you text us, we will assume that you are happy for us to call you back to discuss your needs.

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