Drug and Alcohol Rehab Stratford-Upon-Avon
Although doing so may cause you to feel inundated with emotion, securing drug and alcohol rehabilitation will provide you with the ability to conquer your struggles with substances.
When it comes to drug and alcohol addiction treatment, we recommend that you do not delay treatment. Sadly, doing so could cause your addiction to intensify, which, in turn, could have catastrophic consequences on your physical and psychological health.
Should you find that you would prefer to attend a rehab away from your hometown, here at Cassiobury Court, we welcome you to familiarise yourself with our treatments, facilities and the support we can offer you in your time of need.
Below, we have provided a wealth of information that we hope will help you take the first step in overcoming your drug or alcohol addiction.
What Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Is Available?
Irrespective of whether you attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Stratford-Upon-Avon or our rehab, you will find that there is a wealth of treatment readily available for you to take advantage of.
However, it should be noted that the treatment you secure will depend on the rehab you attend and the overall impact your addiction has had on your physical and psychological health and well-being.
For example, if you attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Stratford-Upon-Avon, your addiction treatment may include talking therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy.
In contrast, at Cassiobury Court, our drug and alcohol addiction treatment includes detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare support. Detoxification and rehabilitation are administered on a residential basis.
Meanwhile, aftercare support is provided upon completing a rehabilitation programme and is administered on an outpatient basis.
Understanding Detoxification, Rehabilitation and Aftercare Support
Like many others, reviewing that detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare support are combined to create a robust and effective treatment programme may leave you feeling apprehensive.
While you may trust that these particular treatments are required to overcome your addiction, you may not understand what the treatments are or what they involve.
To help you appreciate the treatments that we incorporate into rehabilitation programmes, we have outlined each below.
The first stage in any rehabilitation programme, detoxification is medically induced. When a medically induced detoxification is administered, the body and brain begin to withdraw from the toxins accompanying drugs and alcohol.
Throughout detoxification, you may encounter withdrawal symptoms. Although withdrawal symptoms can be slightly uncomfortable, they are entirely normal.
If you encounter symptoms such as nausea, headaches, and anxiety, we can provide medication to ease the overall impact of withdrawal symptoms.
Typically, detoxification spans seven days. However, the intensity of your addiction may see you require this particular treatment for longer. While this may be disheartening to hear, detoxification must be completed safely.
Failure to complete a detoxification programme will, unfortunately, minimise your ability to make a long-term recovery.
Following detoxification, a rehabilitation treatment programme is commenced. Unlike detoxification, rehabilitation is not medically induced. Instead, psychological and well-being therapies are administered.
These particular therapies will offer you the chance to express the impact your addiction has had on your life. They will also encourage you to uncover the root cause of your addiction.
Although you may find this distressing, ascertaining the cause of your addiction will help you understand what you can do to ensure that you maintain a long-term sobriety.
For example, if your addiction has arisen due to a mental health disorder, we will be able to work with you to develop coping strategies and provide treatment for the mental health disorder.
Likewise, if you identify that your addiction has arisen from stress or social factors, you will have the tools and resources you need to determine how you can manage triggers to prevent a relapse.
As touched on above, aftercare support is only administered upon leaving our residential rehab. However, this is not to say that it is not as important as detoxification and rehabilitation.
In fact, it could be argued that aftercare support is more important. This is because aftercare support essentially mitigates the risk of relapse.
Sadly, some individuals that attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Stratford-Upon-Avon find that they are not offered adequate aftercare support. Regrettably, this often leads to relapse.
The aftercare support we provide consists of attending weekly group catch-ups at our rehab. These catch-ups will provide you with the opportunity to discuss your recovery and seek support and guidance from both recovery specialists and those also in recovery.
As addiction recovery and treatment can be uncomfortable and emotional at times, we know just how important it is to have a safe, tranquil and relaxing space to take advantage of after a day of treatment.
With this in mind, we have taken the time to create a home away from home for our clients
Should you attend our rehab, you will have your own private bedroom. You will also find that you can relax in a comfortable communal lounge with others who are progressing through treatment.
If that was not enough, our rehab boasts an external courtyard and outdoor seating area that you will be able to enjoy as and when you wish to.
We also have an on-site chef who is on hand to prepare nutritious and delicious meals for you to enjoy.
Contact Us Today
Upon reviewing the above information, if you believe that attending our residential drug and rehab would be much more advantageous than attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Stratford-Upon-Avon, why not call us today to discuss your needs?
In doing so, we can provide you with personalised guidance regarding how your addiction may be treated during your time in our rehab. We can also ensure that you are able to commence treatment as soon as possible.