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We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in St Neots

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in St Neots

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab St Neots

Living with an addiction is extremely hard, it affects every part of your life, from your career performance to your relationships. When you’ve had an addiction for a long time, whether it’s to alcohol, prescription drugs or illegal drugs, it’s very easy to just keep on taking these substances, forgetting the impact it has on you or your loved ones, but not quitting means your addiction is likely to get worse and lead to severe consequences. That’s why you may be looking for drug and alcohol rehab in St Neots. Perhaps you’re tired of your current lifestyle or loved ones have shown concern and said you should get help. Either way, Cassiobury Court is here to help you when you’re ready.

 

Do I need rehab?

When people call the team at Cassiobury Court, they’re often unsure whether rehab centres are right for them. They may want to find somewhere with outpatient treatment, as they worry about leaving loved ones behind to do residential rehab treatments and may be anxious about what rehab entails.

The programme at Cassiobury Court involves staying with us for 28 days, which gives us time to carry out both detox and rehab. Detox involves getting all the substances out of your system, while rehab involves intensive therapy and other treatments.

Many people with addictions can benefit from drug and alcohol rehab in St Neots. Sometimes, they have a particular motivation for going to rehab, such as wanting to rebuild their relationships or career, whereas others are just sick of the lifestyle around drug and alcohol addiction and want to enjoy life again.

Rehab is often seen as a last resort, and yes, many people who come to Cassiobury Court have tried other methods and relapsed, but it doesn’t have to be. You don’t have to wait to hit rock bottom before trying addiction treatments such as rehab, in fact, the quicker you get help, the more straightforward your recovery can be.

 

How can I get a place at Cassiobury Court?

Because we understand the need to get people into drug or alcohol rehab quickly when they need it, we have made it quick and easy to get a place at Cassiobury Court. The first step is to simply pick up the phone and speak to our team about the range of addiction treatments we offer, so we can mutually decide whether our centre is right for you. In some cases, residential rehab isn’t suitable, so we’d try to pass you somewhere else for advice, treatment and support.

We are often called by relatives or friends of people with alcohol or drug addictions, wondering if they can get their loved one into treatment. In these cases, if the addict is deeply in denial, we’d offer support to set up an intervention where you can present them with treatment options such as a stay in Cassiobury Court. In many cases, people will be relieved to have a treatment plan and hopefully come willingly to rehab.

 

Why should I opt for private rehab?

There have been many cuts to all by the most essential of treatment services within the NHS, which means that many people are now turning to private rehab to bridge the gap. While private rehab isn’t cheap, when you compare it to the potential cost of an addiction over the years, you may agree that it’s a good investment in your future.

You also enjoy a better standard of care when you choose drug and alcohol rehab in St Neots with Cassiobury Court. NHS care is often basic and doesn’t focus on your mental health. When you stay with us, treatments are tailored to suit you, and there are a greater number of treatment options available, so you get the help you need.

Some people turn to private rehab because they’ve been waiting so long for NHS treatment and simply can’t wait any longer. NHS waiting lists for things like residential rehab are extremely long, and often reserved for those with the most serious, life-threatening addictions, so you may find yourself being pushed down the list when urgent cases come in. In some areas, people with addictions never reach the top of the list, as they aren’t seen as having a serious problem, so private rehab may be their only option.

 

What help is available outside of rehab?

Once you’ve completed your programme at Cassiobury Court, you are eligible for a year of free aftercare, which is in the form of regular support groups that meet at the clinic. These sessions are extremely important, as they help you stay on track and mean you can build a support network of likeminded people living a sober life.

Around St Neots and the rest of Cambridgeshire, there is an integrated service that helps people with addiction, and this can be useful once you’ve finished rehab. You may wish to attend Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous meetings after rehab, as this can help when you are tempted to relapse, or you may wish to look at options for extended aftercare such as family therapy to rebuild relationships.

When you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in St Neots, simply pick up the phone and call Cassiobury Court on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we will assume that you are happy for us to call you back.

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