If you would like to visit Castle Craig, please call Lucy Douglas on +44 (0)1721 725605 or send an email. Sometimes we are able to operate regular open days. Our Open Days are by arrangement and dependent on sufficient numbers. Below is a typical Open Day programme:
09:15 Registration / Refreshments
09:30 Welcome and Overview of Service
09:45 “Treatment at Castle Craig”
10:15 Medical and Psychiatric Care
followed by question and answer session
– Tea and coffee served
11:00 Creative Expression
11:30 Tour of facilities finishing at the Extended Care Unit (ECU)
Overview of ECU programme included as part of tour
12:00 Visit to Hyperbaric Unit
12.30 Drumming Circle
13.00 Lunch in the Conference Room
Various staff and selection of patients from ECU.
Accommodation is available in the Castle Craig Lodges for long-distance travellers — but please check availability in advance.
Feedback from our visitors
“I’ve always known that Castle Craig was an excellent place for treatment, and seeing it for myself was great.” – Dorte Tommerup, Addiction Counsellor, European Parliament
“So informative! You can feel the therapeutic environment as soon as you walk in the door. ” – J Wood.
“Fantastic day — explained and presented well. Really opened my eyes to residential rehab.” – L. Whyte
“I enjoyed the whole day at Castle Craig. The warm welcome and friendly approach … The tour of the facility was very interesting and the buildings and environment were a pleasure to see. Loved the drumming session and the positive atmosphere. Thank you.” – Pauline Green, Whiteinch Project.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my day here at Castle Craig and I am enthusiastic about the work that is done here.” – Sarah Morrison, East Community Addiction Team Glasgow.
“All the patients that I have seen in their everyday activities looked as though they were relaxed and focussed. The service and morning session was very informative and gave a lot to take back.” – Y. Donaldson
“The talks were of high quality and interesting” – A. Verstappen
“The mix of physical, psychological and alternative therapies is fabulous and I believe would be beneficial for patients.” – A. Anderson, NHS Fife.