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Post-rehab / continuing care

Alcohol Rehab - how to get the support and help you need

Aftercare

At Castle Craig, we know all too well that recovery from alcohol addiction is a lifelong journey – and it’s one we’re willing to take with you.

Our intensive alcohol addiction programmes will all include an element of continuing care and aftercare because our support for you will never end. 

Continuing Care/Aftercare

Additional support for sobriety after you leave our alcohol rehab is important, here’s how we can help…

Free aftercare support we offer:

  • Continued weekly group therapy sessions
  • AA and NA meetings (available at Castle Craig)
  • Other community and peer-support groups 
  • Annual alumni meetups

Our PRO Pathway (phone or video conferencing) sessions with a therapist can be a way for patients to continue their treatment at home after leaving Castle Craig, which will involve six weeks of continued therapy (CBT).

For more information about Castle Craig and admissions get in touch here, if you are looking for any further support due to a recent alcohol relapse or want more information on our alcohol aftercare services call our 24-hour helpline at 01721 722 763.

Relapse prevention plans

Whilst in alcohol rehab treatment, you will work with your primary therapist to create a relapse prevention plan, which will give you the best support upon re-entering regular life once again.

This includes understanding your triggers, temptations creating a support network and learning skills for healthy coping, stress management and dealing with life’s inevitable challenges.

Reclaim your life

It’s OK to be wary about rehab and what life will be like after you leave, but you won’t be alone, and you’re not alone now. We’re here to support you and help you no matter where you are in your alcohol recovery journey. Get in touch.

Get in touch today

If you need emergency mental health advice or medical support please call the NHS 24 helpline as soon as possible on 111. The advice is free and could save your life.

If you need advice on accessing rehab treatment for addictions, please call our 24-Hour Rehab Helpline on 01721 728118 to arrange a free addiction assessment or click here for more information.

You’ll be glad you did.

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Page last reviewed and clinically fact-checked | September 2, 2021