We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Windsor

Published by Raffa Bari

Visit our Rehab centre close by to Windsor for a full rehabilitation service and get over your addiction for good.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Windsor

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We offer residential treatment which is near to the Windsor area

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Windsor

If you have an addiction and want to overcome it, you may find it difficult to find support on the NHS. Unfortunately, this is an area of medicine that’s quite underfunded, and there are often long waiting lists, which is why those looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Windsor may be considering private care.

At Cassiobury Court, we provide comprehensive and effective addiction treatment across the Berkshire area, including Windsor and surrounding locations. While private rehab may seem like a pricey option, Cassiobury Court represents excellent value for money as everything is included in the price. From your therapy sessions to meals, laundry and holistic treatments, we ensure there are no hidden costs, so you can focus on overcoming your addiction. We work with people with many types of addictions, with staff who have many years of experience, ensuring you get the highest standards of care.


Finding drug and alcohol rehab in Windsor

Finding the right rehab is key to your recovery. It’s important that you choose somewhere like Cassiobury Court that has experienced, qualified staff to deliver your treatment programme. Some other things to consider when choosing a rehab clinic include:

Facilities – Cassiobury Court has pretty grounds, pleasant communal areas and more

Accommodation – rooms at Cassiobury Court are clean and comfortable, and there are single-occupancy rooms available if you prefer more privacy

Location – while you may specifically be looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Windsor, we’ve found it often helps to be away from home, as it means you can get out of negative behaviour patterns

Food and health – you’ll enjoy nutritious, catered meals during your stay, and have plenty of opportunities for exercise, ensuring both your body and mind are healed


Getting help today

People with addictions are often deeply in denial about their issues, feeling that they can control or overcome it themselves. Therefore, if they decide to get help, the last thing you want is a long wait to get them admitted. Delaying treatment can negatively affect your physical and mental health, cause your addiction to worsen, or even lead to you overdosing, which is why Cassiobury Court offer admission within 48-hours.

When you call us, we carry out an initial assessment over the phone which will allow you to decide whether this sort of treatment plan is for you. If you decide to come to us for rehab, we’ll arrange everything, including transport, so all you need to do is pack.

We understand that rehab can be a big financial commitment, so we’ll discuss the cost and payment options with you, ensuring there are no surprises.


Your time at Cassiobury Court

It’s natural to feel nervous about entering rehab, which is why we make it as welcoming and homely as possible. When you arrive, we carry out a full health assessment and can discuss your treatment options based on a number of different factors. We’ll also talk about detox, which is an essential part of drug and alcohol rehab in Windsor. Detox can be tough, both mentally and physically, and often involves withdrawal symptoms. One advantage of residential rehab is that you can take prescription medication to ease the detox process, getting you over the first hurdle.

From your first day at Cassiobury Court, you’ll start undergoing intensive therapy. There are many individual sessions where you’ll discuss the causes of your addiction and your triggers, as well as support groups where you can work with others going through addiction and discuss your experiences. There are men and women from all walks of life who stay with us, so you’ll no doubt build a great support network. These sessions are led by experienced addiction counsellors, many of who have gone through their own struggles with the disease so know exactly what you’re going through.

Residential rehab can be hard work, so we’ve tried to make our environment as pleasant as possible. You can enjoy comfortable rooms and communal areas, pretty grounds and the nearby parklands. After therapy sessions, you can enjoy holistic treatments from massages to aromatherapy, as well as yoga, mindfulness and fitness sessions, allowing both your mind and body to heal.



The first year after rehab is when you’re most likely to be tempted to relapse. It can be difficult to transition from the safe environment of rehab back to your everyday life. That’s why we offer 12 months of free aftercare for anyone who completes a 28-day programme with us. We also put you in touch with organisations who deal with drug and alcohol addiction such as Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous. This ensures you have an excellent support network when you’re tempted to relapse, and there’s always someone there for you at difficult times.

When you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Windsor, you may be wondering what the most effective method of getting and staying sober is. Studies have shown that those who follow a residential rehab programme, as well as finishing aftercare, have an excellent chance of long-term sobriety. When you leave Cassiobury Court, you’ll not only have a great support network in place, but also the tools you need to stay away from alcohol and drugs for life.

To get in touch with the team at Cassiobury Court, simply pick up the phone and call 0800 001 4070 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll be able to discuss your needs.

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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