We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Rugby

Published by Raffa Bari

If you need help with a drug or alcohol addiction in Rugby, we can provide you with the right guidance you need.

Our CQC registered rehabilitation centre has specialist treatment and therapy available to help you on the path to recovery.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Rugby

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Rugby area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rugby

Those who suffer from an addiction are likely to respond best to residential treatment. Staying in a rehab clinic allows you to take time out from your everyday life and stay away from temptation, while sharing your journey with likeminded people. Unfortunately, it’s hard to get this kind of treatment on the NHS, so if you’re looking for drug rehab or alcohol rehab in Rugby, your best bet is to go private. At Cassiobury Court, we offer an unrivalled recovery programme for those who want to give up drugs and alcohol, and our location in Watford is ideal for those in the Midlands. If you want to try this type of treatment, all you need to do is pick up the phone and we can find you a place quickly, so you can start to recover.


Going through detox

As in most residential clinics, when you come to Cassiobury Court, you’ll be expected to go through a detox. This is vital for those who want to complete drug or alcohol rehab, as you simply can’t make the most of rehab while you have substances affecting your emotions and judgement.

While doctors used to prescribe medication for home detoxes, they rarely do this now, so you’ll need to stay in rehab centres if you want to be medicated during detox. This can eliminate some of the worst of the withdrawal symptoms and means you can get through detox quickly.

Some people contact Cassiobury Court asking if they can just stay a few days to detox. In general, we don’t allow this, as we believe you need to complete our alcohol or drug rehab with trained addiction counsellors to give yourself the best possible chance of recovery. Detoxing and not going through the rehab process means you’re much more likely to relapse when you leave.


Completing drug and alcohol rehab in Rugby

The rehab process is generally 28 days, and you’ll go through a number of tailored treatments that take into account your personal circumstances. You’ll go through intensive therapy as part of your treatment programme, which will sometimes be one on one with a counsellor, and other times be as part of a guided group. During this process you will no doubt start to learn a lot more about yourself and the root causes of your addiction. You’ll then learn how to deal with your emotions in a healthier way, without the use of drugs and alcohol, so you can grow, live and be happier.


Getting help quickly

Many people who are searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Rugby are doing so because they don’t know where to turn. Getting help on the NHS seems impossible, with many drug and alcohol addiction support services being cut to the bone. While you may think of private rehab being something for the rich and famous, it’s increasingly being used by people of all walks of life who need to get help with alcoholism or a drug addiction and don’t want to be struck on a long waiting list.

When you call the team at Cassiobury Court, we can discuss the available services including residential rehab. We’ll carry out an initial assessment that’ll help us match you to the best service. If we think you’ll do well in a treatment centre, and you decide you want to come to Cassiobury Court, we can often admit you within 48 hours, sometimes even sooner if it’s an emergency case.

One major concern for people is the cost of private rehab. While it’s not the cheapest option, it has been shown that in the long term, it often has the best outcome. Therefore, a stay at Cassiobury Court may be a wise investment in your future. We offer superb value for your money with our rehabilitation packages, and they include everything from therapy to meals, so you don’t need to spend any money during your stay.


Local support after rehab

Once you complete your drug and alcohol rehab in Rugby, you may be wondering what comes next.  Don’t worry, we won’t let you leave Cassiobury Court without support in place. If you complete a programme with us, you’ll get a year of free aftercare in the form of support groups, which help you stay on track during that tough first year of recovery.

We can also help you access drug support services in the wider local area in places such as Kenilworth and Coventry. Many people who’ve completed rehab find 12-step programmes helpful for their ongoing recovery, so we can help you find one that suits you.


Don’t delay rehab

It’s important not to delay your recovery if you have an addiction. As soon as you overcome denial and realise you need rehab, you should start looking at your treatment options. Some people wait until they’ve hit rock bottom, but by this point, their recovery may be more complicated. Addiction is a disease, and like any disease, it’s often more straightforward to treat it while it’s in its early stages. That’s why Cassiobury Court offer fast admission and a streamlined process to get you into rehab as soon as possible.

When you are searching for alcohol and drug rehab in Rugby, be sure to call our experienced team here at Cassiobury Court on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we will respond to you promptly.

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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