Professionals with drug and alcohol problems

Drug & alcohol problems at work

Private Gambling Addiction Treatment, Manchester

Manchester has a thriving business and entrepeneurial sector, a successful consumer centre, and a growing media sector. It is a city of change and development, talent and vibrancy; but with success comes increased challenges for workers in the form of pressure and stress at work, anxiety and depression and and peer pressure, all of which can lead to addiction.

Gambling is often seen as a release from these pressures. Whether it is in a large Manchester casino, a betting shop on the high street or an app downloaded onto a mobile phone, gambling addiction is often referred to as the 'secret addiction' because it can easily be kept hidden from family and friends of the addict.

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Alcohol & drug problems in the workplace

The importance of rehab treatment

This video features insights from addictions professionals and a former rehab patient into the importance of professional treatment for employees with alcohol and drug problems.  

Employers often ignore alcohol and drug abuse in the workplace until it is too late. Residential rehab treatment can transform an addicted employee from a liability to a productive and fulfilled worker. 

Private gambling rehab treatment can transform the life of someone with gambling addiction, rebuild their family relationships and save their careers and finances.

Castle Craig Rehab

The Executive Rehab Guide is published by Castle Craig Hospital, Europe's leading private rehab clinic. Our residential rehab clinic provides high quality medical and holistic treatment for alcohol, drug, gambling and other addictions. Our residential rehabilitation clinics are close to Edinburgh and Dublin and provide the most advanced inpatient treatment available in Europe in a discreet and beautiful setting. Our service in London provides diagnostic, referral and continuing care services.

Castle Craig is located in 50 acres of private woodland, in the Scottish Borders, a three hour drive north of Manchester. We guarantee privacy, tranquility and inspiration during recovery.