Drug and Alcohol Rehab West Sussex
We appreciate that asking for help can bring on feelings of anxiety, but we can assure you there’s no need to feel worried when approaching our rehabilitation centre. We’re highly experienced in dealing with a wide variety of drug and alcohol abuse conditions, we treat each individual with the utmost care, respect, and confidentiality.
How do our addiction treatments work?
Our experience has shown us that the most effective drug and alcohol treatments are those which are completely personalised to the individual. Within our bespoke treatment programmes, we include a carefully selected combination of evidence-based psychological and well-being therapies to offer a successful, holistic approach to each client.
All of our treatment programmes have a high rate of success; however, these therapies are unlikely to be effective unless you’re ready to acknowledge that you have a problem which needs addressing. You must be ready to commit to this lifestyle overhaul in order to achieve a happier, healthier life free from drug and alcohol abuse.
Whilst our addiction treatments are personalised, it’s likely we’ll suggest a visit to our detox clinic in the early days of your stay with us. Detoxification is the most effective way to remove the harmful toxins from your body caused by drug or alcohol addiction. This process focuses on cleansing your physical dependency on substance abuse and makes your subsequent psychological therapies even more effective. It’s vital that you complete a drug or alcohol detox at a professional rehab centre like ours in West Sussex. Attempting to detox at home is extremely dangerous, not to mention highly ineffective. In order to successfully recover, you require constant supervision to ensure your safety throughout.
Upon completing your detox, you will move onto our psychological therapies which include individual, group or family counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, family intervention and mediation, relapse prevention, and motivational interviewing. These will be delivered alongside a range of well-being therapies such as relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, body scan, art therapy, music therapy, acupuncture, acu-detox, and diet and nutritional support. Following such a holistic and diverse addiction treatment programme, will give you a greater chance of success in achieving your long-term recovery goals.
How can you help a loved one receive drug and alcohol treatment?
If you’re concerned that a friend or family member could be suffering from the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, then it’s important that you offer your support at this crucial time in their life. You can contact our team for help with a family intervention if that’s what’s required. If you’re uncertain about the process, we can assure you it’s one of the most beneficial ways you can help your loved one get the help that they truly need.
When someone is struggling with addiction, they’re likely to feel signs of denial making it even more difficult for them to ask for support. Through a professional family and friend referral or intervention, your loved one is made to come face to face with the reality of their drug and alcohol abuse. From being referred by a loved one, they will also realise the impact that their addiction is having on those around them, this can be a great motivator to achieving long-term recovery.
This structured process allows you to voice your concerns to your loved one with a professional interventionist present. By assessing the situation and providing guidance to those involved, our intervention team listen to concerns and feelings from everyone in the group. Of course, the aim is to help the person suffering from drug and alcohol abuse accept that they need professional support. We then take it from there and create a bespoke treatment programme for your loved one to follow, this also gives you the tools to help them continue their recovery journey on their arrival back home.
What happens when you leave our drug and alcohol rehab in West Sussex?
Our treatment programmes typically last up to 28 days depending on the severity of your drug and alcohol abuse. It’s completely natural to feel nervous about returning home after spending a month at our rehabilitation centre. You will have gotten comfortable with your recovery settings and even formed close bonds with staff and other clients at the treatment centre.
If you do feel anxious about continuing your recovery journey outside of our rehab in West Sussex, then you can feel reassured knowing we provide a free 12-month aftercare programme to all of our clients. The first 12 months after completing your addiction treatment are when you’re most likely to relapse, this is why it’s so crucial to benefit from additional support in the form of our aftercare plan.
It’s quite common to feel tempted to relapse upon returning home. This doesn’t mean your drug and alcohol treatment hasn’t been effective, it’s just your familiar surroundings reminding you of the environment where you’re used to abusing drugs or alcohol. This is why our team put a lot of emphasis on our relapse prevention sessions which give you the tools needed to fight off these temptations and continue your successful recovery.
Your aftercare team will play a crucial role in your long-term recovery. They can recommend local support groups and useful networks such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous to share your experiences with other people in similar situations to yours. They also provide essential reassurance to your family and even workplace if necessary.
Contact our friendly team today on 01923 369 161 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and start your journey to recovery.
Raffa Bari - Author -
Last updated: 27th June 2022
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.