We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Tynemouth

Published by Raffa Bari

Our drug and alcohol rehab aims to help you achieve long-term sobriety in Tynemouth using a variety of addiction treatments and therapies. Find out more about our private drug and alcohol rehab here.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Tynemouth

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

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Tynemouth

Tynemouth might be a small coastal town in northern England but there is a range of leading drug and alcohol centres for those suffering from addiction in the area. Whether you’re looking for some advice and support for yourself or for a loved one, the team at Cassiobury Court can help.

You don’t even need to make any decisions today but, by speaking to one of our friendly advisors, you’re at least taking the first step in the right direction.

Do I Need Rehab Treatment?

If you’re asking yourself this question, it probably means that you might benefit from professional support and advice as something is making you question your behaviour. You’re not alone in wondering this, however.

Lots of people do ask this question and admitting that you’ve got a problem can be the first hurdle in your recovery. It’s important that you do it though if you really want to make the most of your treatment.

Other indications that you might need rehab treatment can include cravings, an inability to stop using and if drugs and alcohol are beginning to impact other areas of your life such as health, work and relationships.

Every person is different and so is their addiction, which is why rehabs tend to tailor their services. For this reason, it’s important that you find a centre that will suit your needs and goals. The team at Cassiobury Court will get to know you though and use a screening questionnaire to determine the best route of action.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Tynemouth

When you choose Cassiobury Court, you’re choosing one of the UK’s leading drug and alcohol rehab centres and a team of medical professionals with a proven track record. We use a combination of therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Art Therapy in group and individual settings.

As well as your treatment plan, you’ll also be given the option to take part in well-being activities to help to foster a new and healthier lifestyle. We believe this is essential for long-term recovery.

Your support doesn’t end the moment your time at rehab comes to an end though. You’ll be given everything you need to prevent relapse as well as aftercare support and details of local support groups. You’ll also have a point of contact and a family helpline is always available if your loved ones are concerned.

Recovery is a journey that will be with you for the rest of your life but it can be a positive one and we’re determined to show you how.

Before you begin any treatment, you may be required to complete a detox process. This is when any substances leave your body – whether drugs or alcohol – and is essential before doctors will start any therapy. Many of our patients have tried this before at home. While some were successful, the majority struggled, either as a result of relapse, cravings or withdrawal symptoms.

As the substance leaves your body, it’s completely normal to experience side effects but these can be very painful and difficult to deal with on your own. Our team will continuously monitor you though and can prescribe medication to help you feel better.

Residential Rehab in Tynemouth

If you’ve done any research into rehab, you’ll know there’s a choice between inpatient and outpatient rehab. Inpatient is where individuals are required to stay on-site for the duration of their time at rehab. Outpatient means individuals still receive treatment but they return home in the evening.

While inpatient treatment typically costs more, many experts believe that it has a higher success rate. This is because you’re away from familiar temptations and any bad influences and can instead focus fully on your recovery. Cost should never get in the way of someone and their drug or alcohol addiction recovery, which is why we offer treatment for various different budgets.

You may also be able to get rehab treatment on the NHS, but typically this is only available for outpatient programmes. Unfortunately, this is because of ongoing funding issues. If you have any questions about residential rehab costs, our team of advisors would be more than happy to discuss your options and explain how the payments work.

How Long Does Rehab Last?

A typical inpatient residential rehab programme at Cassiobury Court lasts for 28 days.

We believe this is the optimum time for individuals to detox safely and take part in therapy and treatment. There are shorter stays available and we also offer day cases on a bespoke service.

Overall, the total length of your stay will depend on a few different factors. Namely, whether you’re an outpatient or inpatient, whether a detox is required, and how well you respond to the treatment and the centre itself.

You can speak to our admissions team with any queries and to find out more about our admissions process.

Contact Us For Rehab in Tynemouth

Addiction is scary and often recovery doesn’t look any better in the short-term. But trust us when we say you’re not alone in feeling like that and we’ll be with you every step of the way.

It can be done too – we’re living proof of that. In fact, our leading treatment and rehab centre has helped so many people just like you. People who now have their life back and are living in a way that they could only dream of before.

Whether you want to know your options, ask a question or use our 24/7 helpline, Cassiobury Court is always here. Our team has a wealth of experience in recovery and addiction so you know that you’re only dealing with the right people too. Why not take the next step today and call us on 01923 369 161? You can also contact us using our contact form or text HELP To 83222.

Your new future has never been closer.

Frequently Asked Questions

After you’ve made the brave decision to turn your life around and overcome drug and alcohol addiction for good, you’re ready to take the first step and get in touch with our friendly admissions team. If you’d like to proceed and attend rehab, we can arrange a pre-screening assessment to review your physical and psychological health. This is also a good opportunity for us to get to know you better and understand the nature of your addiction in more detail so that we can design the most effective treatment programme for you.

For detox to be successful, you need to be within a safe and controlled environment like our drug and alcohol rehab at Cassiobury Court. Due to the likelihood of withdrawal symptoms, it’s crucial that you have medical assistance to administer any prescribed medication to ease the discomfort if needed. Many detoxifications at home are unsafe and unsuccessful.

How much drug and alcohol rehabs cost are dependent on a few different factors such as the length of addiction treatment you choose whether you choose residential rehab or outpatient treatment, and if you choose to go private or with the NHS. At our drug and alcohol rehab Inverclyde, we have an excellent range of treatment options available at different budgets, so don’t let cost be a barrier to turning your life around once and for all.

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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