We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Weoley

Published by Raffa Bari

As you start your search for drug and alcohol addiction treatment, you’ll likely find a whole host of treatment options available which can be quite overwhelming.

It’s difficult to decide on your own what’s best for your recovery, particularly when you’re suffering from the impact of drug and alcohol addiction which can affect your decision making.

Rehab treatment in Weoley
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Weoley

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

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Weoley

Cassiobury Court provides industry-leading private rehabilitation for those seeking help with their addictions. Specialising in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, we have helped thousands of people turn their lives around and set off down a more fulfilling path.

We operate on a residential basis, rather than as an outpatient rehab. This form of rehabilitation has a far lower relapse rate and is proven to be effective against all forms of addiction, whether it be alcohol, prescription drugs, gambling or sex.


Choosing Inpatient Rehab for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Deciding which path to take when it comes to choosing a form of rehabilitation is a big one. We at Cassiobury Court believe that undergoing addiction treatment at a residential rehab gives you a greater chance at long-term recovery. This form of residential rehab allows you to undergo a period of intensive treatment within the safety and comfort of our premier centres.

At Cassiobury Court, you will find yourself in a luxury setting that includes outdoor and communal spaces. The point of creating a calming atmosphere is to allow you to have complete focus on your treatment and be in a more relaxed state of mind. If you have been living a destructive lifestyle due to addiction, this type of break is what is needed to begin the next phase of your life.

Our treatment centres ensure round the clock care and will provide structure and security to a life that may have gone off the rails and needs changing. You will be around your peers (people who know the pain of addiction) – which can provide great comfort in a turbulent and scary time.


The Detoxification Process

Detoxing is the process of purging your body of the harmful toxins within it due to your addiction. Whilst it is possible to detox from drugs and alcohol at home, if your addiction is severe then it can be very dangerous.

Withdrawal symptoms can sometimes be fatal. To ease the worst of side effects caused by withdrawal, your detoxing will be monitored by a medical professional. Medication will be given to you if needed so that you are somewhat comfortable.

In a soothing and calm environment, this period will be as comforting and stress-free as possible.


Therapy Options at Cassiobury Court

The therapies that make up your treatment plan provide a holistic approach to addiction recovery that is not available in all residential treatments around the country. Through evidence base therapies, sessions focused on your well-being and social activities to help you deal with your substance misuse issues.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

CBT is a talking therapy based on identifying negative thought patterns and determining ways to solve problems so that these patterns can be dealt with. With every counselling session, you will learn to deal with current problems – rather than looking into the past. This will help you learn to have a more positive daily mindset.


Dialectical Behavioural Therapy

DBT is focused on finding balance in your life and emotions by learning to live in the present and accept it. This is to stop you from dwelling on what has come before and what may happen in the future. Through DBT you will learn to manage your emotions and stress more productively and embrace change as it comes – accepting things as they are and searching for ways to make things better.


Group Therapy

In group therapy, you will see that you are not alone in your drug and alcohol addiction struggles. Having people around you that understand your journey and can help you through it will be a great comfort in those harder moments where you may be tempted to relapse. Group therapy also helps maintain the social aspect of life that can be lost within the confines of residential rehabilitation.


Well-Being Therapies

These forms of therapies are not about dealing with specific symptoms that may arise from substance addictions but are focused on dealing with all aspects of an individual. Treatments such as acupuncture, art therapy and meditation may be included in your rehab programme as it provides you time to relax, reflect and relieve stress. If you are in a calmer and more positive mindset then there is a greater chance that you will engage better with all aspects of rehabilitation.


Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual diagnosis is the term for when a person is experiencing substance abuse and mental health issues concurrently. We offer dual-diagnosis treatment, utilising an array of treatments options that will help treat both standalone conditions. Dealing with both conditions at the same time allows neither to flourish. Exploring the causes of your mental health issues and addiction will help you overcome them. Dual diagnosis treatment is an effective method for dealing with the problems of mental health and substance abuse.



Before attending drug and alcohol rehab, you may have seen it as the end of the journey and your addiction. This is not the case. Recovery is an ongoing process that will most likely last your entire life. Dealing with all the triggers and temptations that led you to drug or alcohol abuse can be a daily battle. Many people who leave rehab clinics return to the situation where the addiction began and thrived, and so must find a way to cope.

We at Cassiobury Court know that the first months after accessing treatment services are distressing and important to maintaining long-term sobriety. To help with this we provide a free 12-month aftercare package. This plan is tailored towards the individual, taking in factors such as the type of addiction, medical history, addiction history and the work/home environment you are returning to after rehab.

The core of the plan is built around going to weekly group meetings, such as alcoholics anonymous. During these meetings, you may encounter a 12-step programme where you have the chance to connect with fellow addicts that can help you get through difficult moments. Making these connections is important as building a strong support network and not being isolated is vital to relapse prevention.

Those that are proactive in their recovery, post-rehab, are much more likely not to have to return. We have a dedicated aftercare team on hand to help if relapse does occur that can help get you back into a rehab centre if that’s what is necessary.


Get in Touch Today

If you want to get into our facility as soon as possible then contact our team today at 01923 369 161, text HELP to 83222 or use the contact form on the website. Our admissions process is fast, and if there is an available place you can be starting treatment within days of your initial enquiry.

We have a simple and quick admissions process at our drug and alcohol rehab in Weoley. You’ll first need to speak to our admissions team who can answer any questions you may have about our addiction recovery process and advise on the next steps for you. If you’re happy to proceed, we will invite you to a pre-screening assessment to help us understand your addiction to alcohol or drugs in more detail and to assess you both physically and psychologically. We aim to welcome you into our rehabilitation centre within 48 hours of your initial contact so that you can begin your rehab programme as soon as possible.

Some drug and alcohol treatments offer short term results to promote change in your behaviour, whereas others offer long-term effects such as planning for relapse prevention. Our drug and alcohol rehab in Weoley will help you for the future by providing you with the tools, coping strategies and knowledge to overcome your addiction.

We want all of our clients to achieve a long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, aftercare is a crucial part of this. It may feel like a huge challenge to continue your recovery at home after completing your rehab treatment, but with our support and expertise, we can provide you with the essential tools and necessary advice to keep you going along your road to recovery and remain motivated. We’ll provide you with 12 months of free aftercare inclusive of dedicated helplines and ongoing therapy sessions such as cognitive behavioural therapy or counselling.

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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