ERG: Get the facts about rehab
For people with drug & alcohol problems

Help for employers

Committed to recovery

The Executive Rehab Guide is here to connect people suffering from burnout, depression and anxiety to the right treatments they need to get better.

We provide support for employers and can advise on everything from costs to admission.

Out of the 10,000 patients, we have helped, 73% make a long-term recovery.

Credit is due to our medical partners like Castle Craig, who offer therapies that work on the coping techniques so that they have the tools they need.

We’re here every step of the way to make sure that your voice is heard and how we can help you manage during this time.

We have many years of experience in dealing with substance and behavioural addictions and our staff are experienced in creating a safe and discreet environment.

Immediate & private admissions

Alison Mills Sr.Admissions Specialist

For the help of the professionals call our confidential 24-hour line on 0808 231 4686 and speak to Alison McManus, our specialist admissions officer who will walk you through exactly what to do next.

Spotting the problem

Are you afraid to intervene with suspected substance addiction or a problem present in your employee’s behaviour?

We know that this can be a difficult decision to make, whether or not to get involved.

But here at the Executive Rehab Guide, we would encourage you to intervene sooner rather than later.

We will be able to assist you to approach the topic as it is often difficult to approach someone suffering from anxiety and depression.

But first, you must take the initial step by pointing out a problem and getting us involved.

The fear of overstepping is normal but if there’s one thing we know, it’s that ignoring the signs and addiction will certainly make things much worse and harder later on down the line.

Spotting signs of addiction:

  • Using and craving substances more than normal
  • An intense desire for the substance that makes it difficult to control and decrease substance use
  • The consistent need for and reliance on substances
  • Substance abuse is risky and obvious situations

View more here.

Recommended Rehabs

Why choose Castle Craig

  • Situated within 50 acres of the beautiful countryside: Our luxurious resort provides our patients with the right environment and privacy they need to get better.
  • Recognised by other experts: Awarded both “excellent” and “very good” scores from our care and quality assessments. During a recent Intertek International ISO 9001 quality standard inspection, the management of the hospital in Castle Craig was described as ‘exemplary’.
  • Extensive therapies: After we have carried out our mental health assessments, we are then able to create a personalised care plan that can include group therapy, family therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and EMDR.

Length of stay

After the initial addiction assessment, the onsite doctor will be able to determine the correct length of stay required. 
We also take into consideration patient choice and circumstance, which are also taken into consideration when planning for treatment. 
Our standard Intensive Treatment Programme lasts up to 6 weeks, and our Extended Treatment Programme starts from 4 weeks (A minimum commitment of 4 weeks treatment is required of all patients attending the Extended Treatment Programme)

Quick assessments and admissions

The Executive Rehab Guide is here – we admit patients round the clock, whenever they need help and assistance.

We are known to offer rapid assessments and admissions so that we can provide the care whenever somebody needs it.

The treatment centres we can connect you to do not have long waiting lists and there will be no delays between admission and treatment.

Book a free assessment here.

After the initial addiction assessment, the onsite doctor will be able to determine the correct length of stay required.

Patient choice and circumstance, which are also taken into consideration when planning for treatment.

Our unique approach to addiction treatment:

  • Holistic therapies
  • Psychotherapy
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Equine therapy
  • Drumming therapy
  • Mindfulness and meditation
  • Alcohol and drug detox

Read more about experiential treatments here.

“This is the most wonderful place to sort out your troubles - although you don’t think so to start with!”
- Eddie H.

We do more

Executive Rehab has extensive resources and different types of therapies and treatments to suit any type of patient. 

Medically-trained staff

All rehab partners have teams of doctors, nurses and therapists, who have all undergone further training to combat traumas such as grief, PTSD, anxiety, depression and  more. 

We cost less

We have found that our treatments can cost up to 50% less than other rehab and wellness centres. View costs.

Support & resources

Developing strategies to help employees with alcohol, drug or gambling problems will not only save companies time, money and resources, but it will also improve the image of a company in the eyes of the workforce and help boost staff morale.

Employers, managers and supervisors are well-positioned to intervene and get help for someone who is abusing alcohol or drugs and ultimately save their career.

Helping an employee with alcohol, drug or gambling problems to access private rehab treatment will save a valuable company asset and increase productivity in the long-term.

It is crucial for companies to have an alcohol and drugs policy in place so that problems are dealt with efficiently, effectively and consistently. 

Family Support

Louise C, business owner and Paul Kirsten, therapist at Castle Craig

Dr Mike McCann, Occupational Health Physician and co-author of ‘Alcohol, Drugs & Employment’, offers advice to employers and company doctors:

  • Every company should do a risk assessment of the potential impact that alcohol and drug abuse can cause to the organisation, the employees, the public, health and safety;
  • Alert employees and managers to the benefits of addressing these issues;
  • Train managers and supervisors in how to deal with these issues.