We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Tamworth

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Tamworth

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Tamworth area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Tamworth

When you have an addiction, life can seem very hopeless and you may wonder whether you’ll ever be able to overcome it. At Cassiobury Court, we believe everyone should have the chance to access world-class addiction treatment, which is why we offer private rehab in a cosy, pleasant environment, combining traditional and holistic methods.

Cassiobury Court is set in Watford, so if you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Tamworth, then it may suit you as it’s less than two hours away by car. Staying with us gives you time away from everyday life so you can discover the root causes of your addiction and find ways to cope with life, free of alcohol or drugs.


Why choose Cassiobury Court?

Staying with Cassiobury Court gives you a homely place to recover, and you’ll never feel like you’re stuck in a hospital or clinic. You can choose to have a single or en-suite room if you need more privacy or can share with one other person if you feel you need the support. Staying at Cassiobury Court is like staying in a big house, there are communal areas where you can watch TV or chat to others, so you can wander around and aren’t confined to one place.

Cassiobury Court is an excellent choice for those committed to their recovery as we have an expert team on hand to help you out. Our team are experts in drug and alcohol addictions, from the counsellors to the support workers, and many of them have personal experience of addiction themselves, so you can be sure of a non-judgemental environment.


Do I need to go to rehab?

There may be many reasons why you’re searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Tamworth, but if you are already at a stage where you’re worrying about your drinking or drug use, then yes, it may be time to seek help.

There’s a misconception that you have to hit ‘rock bottom’ before you come to rehab, and certainly, for some people with addiction there’s a certain event that spurs them into coming to Cassiobury Court. However, addiction, like any disease, is easier to treat in the early stages. Leave it too long and your recovery becomes more complex. It’s never too early or too late to seek alcohol or drug rehab. If you’re unsure whether this kind of programme is appropriate for your needs, all you need to do is pick up the phone and speak to the team at Cassiobury Court. They can carry out an initial telephone consultation, so you can find out more information and decide what to do next.


Will I need to detox?

When you come to us for drug or alcohol rehab, our aim is to get you off these substances for life. While some treatment programmes say that they can turn you into a moderate drinker or someone who only occasionally uses drugs, we know that people with addictive behaviours have a high chance of relapsing if they try to follow this path. We encourage you to go sober from day one, which means a detox is essential.

Depending on how long you’ve suffered from your addiction, and the types of substances you used, your detox could be as short as a few days. While we encourage you to go cold turkey, staying in residential rehab gives you treatment options such as prescription medication which can help with the worst of the side effects. You’ll also get 24/7 support and be in a safe environment, giving you the best possible chance of getting through rehab.


How can I stay sober?

When you come for drug and alcohol rehab in Tamworth with Cassiobury Court, the focus is always on ways to keep you sober in the long term. We don’t just detox you and send you home, you go through a 28-day programme of rehab that’s designed to help you through life after rehab.

During your stay you’ll have therapy with addiction counsellors, both as an individual and as a group. This will give you a chance to think about what caused your addiction and what caused you to relapse in the past. There are workshops, educational sessions and much more, all of which can help prevent a relapse when you leave us.

We focus on both your physical and mental health, with a treatment programme that includes fitness sessions, yoga and much more. Many people with addictions neglect their health, so we help you start to heal, this way, you’re less likely to abuse it with drugs and alcohol in the future.

Complete 28 days with us and we offer a year of free aftercare in the form of support groups. This helps you through one of the most difficult times of recovery, the first year post-rehab, and allows you to catch up with others who attended Cassiobury Court.


Can I get help today?

You may have been searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Tamworth because you’ve been waiting for NHS treatment for a while and don’t want to delay it any longer. Delaying your rehab could lead to your addiction worsening, so it’s natural that once you’re motivated to go to rehab, you want to get started as soon as possible. When you call Cassiobury Court, we carry out an initial telephone consultation to discuss your needs. If you decide to go ahead, we can usually get you admitted within 48 hours, and arrange everything from transport to your therapy sessions, so all you have to do is pack. Stay with us and you can get your life back on track faster than you think and start enjoying things again.

If you need help with an addiction and are considering rehab clinics for treatment, then simply call the team at Cassiobury Court on 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222.


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