Drug and Alcohol Rehab Woodley
What are the Advantages of Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Private rehabs are safe, non-judgemental spaces that allow you to get away from the stressors of everyday life. The privacy and security of our residential rehab make it the ideal setting for your recovery journey. We have 24-hour support on-site so you never have to go through recovery alone. Our friendly team are always there to provide you with the support and care that you need and deserve.
Taking the step to contact a drug and alcohol rehab for support can be hard. It’s difficult asking for help, but it’s the most important thing you can do for your physical and mental health, as well as your personal life. Addiction doesn’t just affect your mind and body, it can have severely detrimental effects on your relationships, finances, hobbies and job.
Through our bespoke treatments, therapies and ongoing aftercare support, it’s possible for you to sustain long-term recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
How Can Cassiobury Court Help Me?
At Cassiobury Court’s Rehab Centre, we provide:
- A Full Clinical Assessment
- Detox Medication & Treatments
- 24/7 Recovery Staffing
- Family Telephone Helpline
- A Tailored Recovery Plan
- 12 Months FREE Aftercare
- Family Intervention
- Treatment To Suit All Budgets
What Addictions Can Cassiobury Court Treat?
At our rehab clinic, we can help you to tackle a wide variety of alcohol and drug addictions. Some of the drug addictions we commonly work with include:
- Legal Highs
- Prescription Drugs
- Sleeping Pills
You can find the full list of addictions we treat. No matter the type of substance addiction you have, we can help you at Cassiobury Court. Contact us today by phone on 0800 001 4070.
Withdrawal from Drugs or Alcohol
When you stop consuming drugs or alcohol, you will experience side effects known as withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal isn’t pleasant and can be very challenging on your body and mind.
Attempting to go through withdrawal symptoms alone or from home can be extremely dangerous, as your body needs to go through a proper drug and alcohol detox. Stopping abruptly can be life-threatening due to factors like dehydration, increased blood pressure and seizures.
What Happens to Your Body During Withdrawal?
When you take drugs over a period of time, your body adapts to the presence of drugs in your system. Stopping the use of drugs can result in you becoming very ill and experiencing various mental health difficulties.
The withdrawal symptoms you experience may depend on what drug you were taking, how long you’ve been addicted to it, your age and general health. Some common withdrawal symptoms are:
- Cold symptoms such as a runny nose
- Hot and cold flushes
- Nausea and vomiting
- Muscle aches and cramps
- Muscle tension
- Increased heart rate or blood pressure
- Poor concentration and memory
- Irritability and agitation
- Anxiety and depression
What is the Admissions Process?
There are several ways you can go about seeking help at one of our private rehab clinics. Our friendly Admissions Team understand what you’re going through and everything you may be feeling. They are here to guide you through the whole admissions process and answer any questions you have.
There are 5 key steps to Cassiobury Court’s admission process:
After you first contact us, a member of the admissions team will ask questions and provide you with information about our rehab programme and services. You will also be provided with early advice on drug or alcohol addiction and the variety of treatments available at our rehab.
We then go through a pre-admission screening so we can know more about your addiction and the treatments you may require. This step is crucial in allowing us to be able to work out your needs and organise the best treatment plan for you.
During this process, you will be asked some basic questions about your mental health, and personal circumstances, your history of drug or alcohol use and your current physical requirements. This process is completely confidential and usually takes around 20 minutes. You’ll then be informed of the options available to you, and if you’d like to, begin the admissions process.
In order to secure your treatment, a member of our admissions team will need to take a deposit payment from you.
Your Admission Day
On the day of your admission, you will be welcomed by one of our recovery workers at our alcohol and drug rehab who will help you to understand your treatment programme. During this induction, you’ll complete your treatment contract and some other documents that will enable us to look after you safely. Your Recovery Worker will show you around, take you to your room and ensure that you are comfortable and prepared for your stay at rehab.
Your Full Clinical & Recovery Plan Assessment
Once you have arrived and unpacked, our specialist addiction treatment doctor will discuss your current and past health conditions and work to understand more about your drug or alcohol addiction. The doctor will then prescribe you prescription medications to help you during the detoxification.
Our Recovery Team will organise all your medication and ensure that your withdrawal symptoms are managed. You will be surrounded by additional support during the initial stages of rehab and will have round-the-clock support.
The friendly team at Cassiobury Court are always on hand to answer any questions you may have. If you’re struggling with an addiction, you’re in safe hands with us.
Find out how we can help you on your recovery journey by calling us on 0800 001 4070, or by filling out our contact form.
Frequently Asked Questions
Rehab programmes can vary from treatment plan to treatment plan, often due to the fact that some people opt for inpatient and some people opt for outpatient. However, the majority of the inpatient treatment plans that we provide here at Cassiobury Court typically last for around 28 days. This might seem like quite a long time to be with us, but the time will fly by.
Professional rehabilitation works in a multitude of different ways. The blend of physical and psychological addiction treatment alongside being in an environment that is detached from your normal day-to-day life are all critical to how rehab works. However, for rehabilitation to truly work, you must be prepared to make necessary changes to yourself. If you’re ready to change your life to overcome your addiction, then drug and alcohol rehab will work for you.
A lot of addictions are characterised as being behavioural illnesses. While we can help people to break free from the cycle of addiction, the threat of relapsing will sadly always be there. However, through our relapse prevention planning and complimentary aftercare programme you will be able to keep the prospect of relapse at bay. Relapsing is a threat that you learn to manage and avoid, meaning a lot of successful recovering addicts never relapse.
Raffa Bari - Author -
Last updated: 11th November 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.