We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Sevenoaks

When it comes to an addiction to alcohol or drugs, there’s no time to waste. The longer you leave it without seeking professional support, the worse it will get.

The effects of addiction negatively impact every aspect of your life, leaving you feeling completely lost.

Sevenoaks
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Sevenoaks

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We offer residential treatment that is close to the Sevenoaks area.

Call us on 01923 369 161

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Sevenoaks

You need to be in control of your own life, don’t let drug and alcohol abuse control you.

At our rehab in Sevenoaks, we’ve helped countless people overcome their addiction to alcohol and drugs by delivering highly effective, evidence-based therapies.

We do so in a controlled and safe environment, where our expert team of recovery workers can monitor your progress 24/7. All of our clients will benefit from a residential addiction treatment which is tailored to suit their specific needs.

This helps considerably in achieving your long-term recovery in the most effective and efficient way.

 

What are the benefits of private drug and alcohol rehab?

First of all, when you’re searching for rehab places for drugs and alcohol, you’ll likely be met with an overwhelming assortment of options.

It is possible to receive treatment for your drug and alcohol abuse through the NHS or by using an outpatient service, however unless the effects of your addiction are very mild, neither of these options are likely to be effective.

When receiving treatment through the NHS, you’ll be added to a long waiting list which could be detrimental to your recovery. Once you receive the treatment, it’ll be a generic programme to follow which isn’t tailored to your specific needs at all.

This is only because of the limitations which the NHS are under, they’re extremely overstretched and underfunded meaning they’re unable to offer personalised addiction treatment to everyone who needs it.

Similarly, with outpatient services, you’ll be returning home after each therapy session. This means you’ll be returning back to a familiar environment which you’ll likely associate with drug and alcohol abuse, leaving you at much higher risk of relapse.

There are many great benefits to joining a private drug and alcohol rehab as opposed to using outpatient services or free local health services like the NHS. One of the main benefits is that you’ll be completely removed from your comfort zone as you stay with us throughout the duration of your residential addiction treatment.

With no distractions or temptations, the only thing you have to concentrate on is achieving your long-term recovery goals.

Don’t become disheartened by trying to overcome your drug and alcohol abuse any other way, come straight to our private drug and alcohol rehab in Sevenoaks; we’re confident we can help you win your battle against addiction.

You’ll also benefit from the latest technology and techniques in addiction treatment as our professional team deliver only the best therapies. They’re experts in their field and have a fantastic insight into how to help you overcome your addiction.

You will enjoy the privacy of your own room in our luxurious accommodation with nutritious, home-cooked meals and fun social activities to participate in during your down time.

 

What are our addiction treatments like?

As all of our treatment programmes are personalised, we offer a wide range of evidence-based therapies at our drug and alcohol rehab in Sevenoaks. Within each client’s programme, we’ll include a mixture of well-being and psychological therapies, as well as a drug and alcohol detoxification.

This detox is normally undertaken in the early stages of your treatment programme as it’s an integral part of removing the toxins from your body, giving you the chance to cleanse in preparation for your subsequent therapies.

We appreciate how uncomfortable drug and alcohol detoxification can be, but we wouldn’t include it unless we felt it was absolutely essential for your recovery.

Without a doubt, it’s the most effective and efficient way to remove your physical dependency on drugs and alcohol. As your consumption is gradually reduced, you may experience some withdrawal symptoms as a result.

These vary for each person but could include nausea, dizziness, headaches, migraines, and in more serious cases, seizures, insomnia, and delirium tremens (DT’s).

As these withdrawal symptoms present themselves, it’s essential that you have the support of a professional team of medical experts to administer prescribed medication, as necessary.

Without the supervision of our drug and alcohol rehabilitation, a detox could be very dangerous and ultimately ineffective.

After completing your drug and alcohol detoxification, you can move onto your psychological and well-being therapies with a much clearer mind.

Our team deliver individual, group or family counselling, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, cognitive behavioural therapy, and stress management.

In addition to our well-being focused therapies which are art therapy, fitness therapy, mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, nutritional therapy, low level laser, and meditation.

 

Do we offer drug and alcohol relapse prevention?

Drug and alcohol relapse prevention is a very important aspect of your overall recovery. What you learn during these sessions really comes into play once you’ve completed your residential addiction treatment and return home.

During your relapse prevention therapy, you’ll learn how to identify your triggers and receive the necessary tools to help you avoid any potential relapses.

 

What is our drug and alcohol aftercare programme like?

After completing your residential addiction treatment, you will move on to your drug and alcohol aftercare programme which is just as important. Both programmes will be personalised to suit your unique condition, which we achieve through a pre-screening assessment of your physical and psychological health.

This assessment gives us a better insight into the nature of your addiction, allowing us to create the most suitable treatment programmes for you.

You will continue to benefit from our ongoing support even when you’ve left our drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Our dedicated helplines are open whenever you need someone to talk to.

We can provide additional therapy sessions as required and help to make your transition back into homelife as easy as possible.

Contact us today on 01923 369 161 or email at info@cassioburycourt.com.

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