Nova Recovery

Begin Your Recovery in Scotland

Benefit from Over 50 Years of Collective Experience in Addiction Recovery

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Compassionate Care and Long-lasting Recovery

Nova Recovery is a private drug and alcohol rehab located in West Scotland that provides round-the-clock specialist addiction treatment for drug and alcohol dependency and stress-related mental illness.

Located in the beautiful west coast of Scotland, we are a homely rehab centre that offers high-quality ensuite accommodation. Our treatment service is led by a psychiatrist, alongside a nurse manager, clinical nurse specialist, and mental health nurse therapists with years of experience in treating addiction. We provide evidenced-based therapeutic programmes that are proven to support your addiction recovery from conditions such as alcohol addiction, drug addiction, behavioural addictions and mental health problems.

Our centre offers a calming and relaxing environment for clients suffering from addiction to rejuvenate and achieve long-term recovery.

For drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in Scotland, begin your recovery journey with the personal, professional care offered at our HIS-registered treatment centre. Call Nova Recovery today on 01475 303998.

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Why Choose Us

Six great reasons to get your recovery journey underway:

  • With a collective experience of over 50 years, our highly-skilled, qualified staff are experts in addiction and mental health and provide nursing care 24/7.
  • Our psychological treatment programmes are evidence-based and are supported through aftercare, cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy and more. We are HIS registered experts in the field.
  • Our psychiatrist and specialist nurse practitioner offer assessment and consultations throughout your treatment programme. You will receive regular 1:1 therapy as part of your treatment programme with our therapeutic staff and expert recovery workers.
  • Our rehab centre offers quality accommodation in a warm homely environment and offers a delicious fresh daily menu made by our onsite chef from our rich local larder.
  • Research shows that nature has a positive effect on mental health and addiction recovery. Therefore, we take full advantage of our beautiful natural healing qualities, with walks along the Scottish coast and the surrounding hills.
  • We are situated only 30 miles from Glasgow’s centre, and we can arrange transport from all Scottish Airports and Train Stations.

Why Choose Nova Recovery?

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Enquiry

Experienced staff available 24/7 to handle your enquiry. We will guide you through any questions and concerns about our services and provide FREE and confidential advice. Contact us by phone, email or using the contact form on our website.

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Pre-screening & Deposit

Our team will carry out a confidential screening with you to understand more about your problem. We can then work together to identify the best treatment options for you.

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Admission & Recovery

Your admission and the start of your recovery journey can now begin. At Nova, we offer a 1 year aftercare program to ensure you are assisted through your recovery after leaving our rehab.

What Are The Facilities Like At Nova Recovery?

Nova Recovery offers comfortable ensuite rooms in an intimate private rehab that is warm, friendly and highly professional. Located in Largs on the stunning west coast of Scotland, our residential rehab is just a short stroll to beautiful beaches looking over to the Isle of Arran. We are surrounded by the hills and glens of the Clyde Muirshel Regional Park, and we love to get out and breathe in clear Scottish air and nature’s natural healing qualities.

 

We provide you with delicious freshly prepared meals each day, made with locally sourced produce from Scotland, and daily walks allow you to heal and rejuvenate along the stunning Scottish coast. Addiction treatments are varied and intensive to treat your body and mind in our relaxing facility.

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Meet The Team

All of our staff are fully qualified and dedicated to your recovery so you can feel safe in our care during your stay. Registered with Health Improvement Scotland, our staff are up to date with the latest addiction treatment policies and safety training.

  • John Gillen

    John Gillen

    Director

    European Pioneer of NAD+ Therapy

    John has travelled extensively around the world, culminating in 19 years’ experience looking at different models. He is the European pioneer of NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) treatment to Europe in 2010; and recently back from the USA bringing state of the art Virtual Reality Relapse Prevention and stress reduction therapy. His passion extends to other metabolic disturbances and neurodegenerative diseases. The journey continues. In recent times, John has travelled to Russia to study and research into a new therapy photobiomudulation or systemic laser therapy working with NAD+ scientists and the very best of the medical professionals in the UK and the USA, together with Nadcell, Bionad Hospitals own select Doctors, nurses, dieticians and therapists. Johns’ passion continues to endeavour to bring to the UK and Europe new developments with NAD+ Therapy in preventive and restorative medicine and Wellness. In 2017 John Gillen was made a visiting Professor at the John Naisbitt university in Belgrade Serbia.

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    John Gillen

    John Gillen

    Director

    European Pioneer of NAD+ Therapy

    John has travelled extensively around the world, culminating in 19 years’ experience looking at different models. He is the European pioneer of NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) treatment to Europe in 2010; and recently back from the USA bringing state of the art Virtual Reality Relapse Prevention and stress reduction therapy. His passion extends to other metabolic disturbances and neurodegenerative diseases. The journey continues. In recent times, John has travelled to Russia to study and research into a new therapy photobiomudulation or systemic laser therapy working with NAD+ scientists and the very best of the medical professionals in the UK and the USA, together with Nadcell, Bionad Hospitals own select Doctors, nurses, dieticians and therapists. Johns’ passion continues to endeavour to bring to the UK and Europe new developments with NAD+ Therapy in preventive and restorative medicine and Wellness. In 2017 John Gillen was made a visiting Professor at the John Naisbitt university in Belgrade Serbia.

  • Madissar-Iqbal-Operations-Manager

    Madissar Iqbal

    Operations Manager

    Madissar has a wealth of experience in a managerial position within substance misuse for over 20 years, working with offending behaviour and criminal justice. Madissar began his career as a prison officer in 2000 and progressed further in the substance misuse field within the prison settings delivering various short duration programmes and linking prisoners to community-based treatment providers before their release.

    In 2006 Madissar successfully managed to set up the Drug Intervention Programme within Bedfordshire. This later transpired to successfully securing a service manager role and developing the Drug Rehabilitation Requirement Order. Madissar successfully secured various managerial positions within the substance misuse field with joint partnership working with Integrated Offender Management and police in reducing drug-related offending behaviour. Madissar gained extensive experience and expertise working for several organisations, such as Adapt, Rapt, Addaction, Westminster Drug Project, Hertfordshire Couty Council, NHS and Next Step Support. Madissar holds a diploma in level 5 Leadership and Management and has extensive experience in the senior managerial role.

    Madissar passion lies in supporting services to achieve their goals and objectives. In the last two years, Madissar progressed further in mental health as a senior managerial role, overseeing residential rehabilitation and supporting living accommodations with adults (18+) with a range of diverse complex needs.

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    Madissar-Iqbal-Operations-Manager

    Madissar Iqbal

    Operations Manager

    Madissar has a wealth of experience in a managerial position within substance misuse for over 20 years, working with offending behaviour and criminal justice. Madissar began his career as a prison officer in 2000 and progressed further in the substance misuse field within the prison settings delivering various short duration programmes and linking prisoners to community-based treatment providers before their release.

    In 2006 Madissar successfully managed to set up the Drug Intervention Programme within Bedfordshire. This later transpired to successfully securing a service manager role and developing the Drug Rehabilitation Requirement Order. Madissar successfully secured various managerial positions within the substance misuse field with joint partnership working with Integrated Offender Management and police in reducing drug-related offending behaviour. Madissar gained extensive experience and expertise working for several organisations, such as Adapt, Rapt, Addaction, Westminster Drug Project, Hertfordshire Couty Council, NHS and Next Step Support. Madissar holds a diploma in level 5 Leadership and Management and has extensive experience in the senior managerial role.

    Madissar passion lies in supporting services to achieve their goals and objectives. In the last two years, Madissar progressed further in mental health as a senior managerial role, overseeing residential rehabilitation and supporting living accommodations with adults (18+) with a range of diverse complex needs.

  • Scott Watson Chef at Nova Recovery Scotland

    Scott Watson

    Chef

    Hi, I'm Scott Watson and I am a qualified Chef at Nova Recovery Private Hospital

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    Scott Watson Chef at Nova Recovery Scotland

    Scott Watson

    Chef

    Hi, I'm Scott Watson and I am a qualified Chef at Nova Recovery Private Hospital

  • Clare McGilligan

    Clare McGilligan

    Registered Manager

    Clare has many years of nursing experience working within addiction and criminal justice sector. Clare began her career in addictions working with Turning Points criminal justice and addiction residential service in Glasgow. From there she joined the NHS working in the community with service users with drug and alcohol addiction and mental health and trauma issues.

    Clare played a pivotal part in setting up the mental health clinic within the South Glasgow Addiction, Drug Recovery Team. By 2019 Clare had secured a senior addiction nurse position within the NHS.

    Clare joined Nova recovery as a staff nurse in 2021 but was quickly promoted to Deputy Manager as her experience and knowledge proved she was a good team leader to the other staff members and a positive influence to the service.

    By February 2022 Clare was further promoted to Registered Manager of Nova Recovery and has since proven to be a dedicated and supportive manager to her staff and a positive leader looking to expand and develop Nova Recovery as the number ‘1’ Addiction Treatment Clinic in Scotland.

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    Clare McGilligan

    Clare McGilligan

    Registered Manager

    Clare has many years of nursing experience working within addiction and criminal justice sector. Clare began her career in addictions working with Turning Points criminal justice and addiction residential service in Glasgow. From there she joined the NHS working in the community with service users with drug and alcohol addiction and mental health and trauma issues.

    Clare played a pivotal part in setting up the mental health clinic within the South Glasgow Addiction, Drug Recovery Team. By 2019 Clare had secured a senior addiction nurse position within the NHS.

    Clare joined Nova recovery as a staff nurse in 2021 but was quickly promoted to Deputy Manager as her experience and knowledge proved she was a good team leader to the other staff members and a positive influence to the service.

    By February 2022 Clare was further promoted to Registered Manager of Nova Recovery and has since proven to be a dedicated and supportive manager to her staff and a positive leader looking to expand and develop Nova Recovery as the number ‘1’ Addiction Treatment Clinic in Scotland.

  • Carole Sheppard

    Carole Sheppard

    Deputy Manager

    Carole has been Mental Health nursing for over 25 years. She has had several management positions throughout her extensive career where she has worked within the NHS Mental Health hospitals, Care of the elderly units and addiction services. Since starting at Nova Recovery Carole has qualified as a Nutritionist and has developed group work and information for our clients, on the benefits of a healthy balance diet for good mental health and combating the effects of drug and alcohol addiction.

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    Carole Sheppard

    Carole Sheppard

    Deputy Manager

    Carole has been Mental Health nursing for over 25 years. She has had several management positions throughout her extensive career where she has worked within the NHS Mental Health hospitals, Care of the elderly units and addiction services. Since starting at Nova Recovery Carole has qualified as a Nutritionist and has developed group work and information for our clients, on the benefits of a healthy balance diet for good mental health and combating the effects of drug and alcohol addiction.

  • Charlotte Crawford

    Charlotte Crawford

    CBT Therapist

    Charlotte tailors her approach to the needs of her clients and works in collaboration with them so that ultimately the client can become their own therapist, by applying new skills and techniques to determine positive patterns of thinking and behaving.

    CBT can help the individual cope with those painful feelings and distressing, upsetting thoughts, and by working together with Charlotte they will find the solutions that will help them.

    Charlotte has Healthcare Professional recognition and is a recognised provider of medical treatment with Nova Recovery, Vitality Health, Cigna and Aetna Global Benefits Training, qualifications & experience

    Registered Member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy; BACP MBACP Private Practice Division and MBACP children and young people division.

    Post-qualifying, Level 4 Certificate in child counselling.

    Post Grad Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork, a C B T approach.

    COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills; Strathclyde University.

    Registered Nurse Qualification ( no longer practising)

    I have further training in; Bereavement in schools, Emotional Literacy in Young People, STRADA (Misuse of Alcohol), CALM (Crisis, Aggression, Limitation Management), ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training,) Child Protection Awareness, Working with People Using Alcohol and Drugs, Motivational Interviewing and Social Inclusion (Equality, Diversity and Human Rights).

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    Charlotte Crawford

    Charlotte Crawford

    CBT Therapist

    Charlotte tailors her approach to the needs of her clients and works in collaboration with them so that ultimately the client can become their own therapist, by applying new skills and techniques to determine positive patterns of thinking and behaving.

    CBT can help the individual cope with those painful feelings and distressing, upsetting thoughts, and by working together with Charlotte they will find the solutions that will help them.

    Charlotte has Healthcare Professional recognition and is a recognised provider of medical treatment with Nova Recovery, Vitality Health, Cigna and Aetna Global Benefits Training, qualifications & experience

    Registered Member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy; BACP MBACP Private Practice Division and MBACP children and young people division.

    Post-qualifying, Level 4 Certificate in child counselling.

    Post Grad Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork, a C B T approach.

    COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills; Strathclyde University.

    Registered Nurse Qualification ( no longer practising)

    I have further training in; Bereavement in schools, Emotional Literacy in Young People, STRADA (Misuse of Alcohol), CALM (Crisis, Aggression, Limitation Management), ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training,) Child Protection Awareness, Working with People Using Alcohol and Drugs, Motivational Interviewing and Social Inclusion (Equality, Diversity and Human Rights).

  • Kimberley Adams

    Kimberley Adams

    Dual Trained Nurse

    Kimberley Adams is an experienced dual trained nurse with over 20 years of experience in Mental Health and Adult Nursing.

    Kimberley spent many years working for the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde in various settings such as Acute Hospital Wards, Community Psychiatric Team and was the specialist Harm Reduction Nurse with the Community Addictions Team In Paisley Renfrewshire.

    Kimberley has a keen interest in Mental Health First Aid and alternative Mental Health treatments which are now being researched.

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    Kimberley Adams

    Kimberley Adams

    Dual Trained Nurse

    Kimberley Adams is an experienced dual trained nurse with over 20 years of experience in Mental Health and Adult Nursing.

    Kimberley spent many years working for the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde in various settings such as Acute Hospital Wards, Community Psychiatric Team and was the specialist Harm Reduction Nurse with the Community Addictions Team In Paisley Renfrewshire.

    Kimberley has a keen interest in Mental Health First Aid and alternative Mental Health treatments which are now being researched.

  • Tracey Farrell

    Tracey Farrell

    Senior Specialist Recovery Worker

    Tracey Farrell is our Senior Specialist Recovery Worker and Group Development Practitioner. Tracey has a wealth of experience working within managerial roles specialising in mental health and trauma, and working within addiction, social care and youth programmes for 15 years. Tracey has also trained in holistic therapies such as Reiki, Indian head massage, and sensory grounding techniques.

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    Tracey Farrell

    Tracey Farrell

    Senior Specialist Recovery Worker

    Tracey Farrell is our Senior Specialist Recovery Worker and Group Development Practitioner. Tracey has a wealth of experience working within managerial roles specialising in mental health and trauma, and working within addiction, social care and youth programmes for 15 years. Tracey has also trained in holistic therapies such as Reiki, Indian head massage, and sensory grounding techniques.

  • Sam Johnson

    Sam Johnson

    Personal Trainer

    Sam Johnson is Nova’s on-site Personal Trainer, Yoga Teacher and Team Leader. Sam began her working life in the Army, where fitness and dedication are paramount. Sam has worked in healthcare for a number of years since leaving the Army to start a family.

    Sam has worked at Nova since July 2021. She gained her SVQ3 and was promoted to Recovery Worker Team Leader. She facilitates a fitness programme for the clients. “I believe that exercising several times per week at a pace that is tailored to the individual is an important part of the recovery journey”.

    Sam also practices Meditation and Aroma Therapy to help destress and relax the clients throughout their journey at Nova.

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    Sam Johnson

    Sam Johnson

    Personal Trainer

    Sam Johnson is Nova’s on-site Personal Trainer, Yoga Teacher and Team Leader. Sam began her working life in the Army, where fitness and dedication are paramount. Sam has worked in healthcare for a number of years since leaving the Army to start a family.

    Sam has worked at Nova since July 2021. She gained her SVQ3 and was promoted to Recovery Worker Team Leader. She facilitates a fitness programme for the clients. “I believe that exercising several times per week at a pace that is tailored to the individual is an important part of the recovery journey”.

    Sam also practices Meditation and Aroma Therapy to help destress and relax the clients throughout their journey at Nova.

  • Suzanne Hyslop

    Recovery Worker

    Suzanne is one of our Recovery Workers specialising in Nutrition. With a BSC in Applied Nutrition From Glasgow Caledonian university, Suzanne has taken on the role of Nutritionist at Nova Recovery where she provides education on the benefits of having a healthy diet and can create a dietary plan for the individual.

    Suzanne is passionate about good nutrition and the connection it has to good mental health. Suzanne has also trained in mindfulness and uses her skills and knowledge to lead group sessions on both subjects.

    As a Recovery Worker Suzanne is also involved in taking care of clients on a personal basis, offering one to one support, escorting clients on ‘reintegration’ walks into the local community or on daily fitness walks and activities.

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    Suzanne Hyslop

    Recovery Worker

    Suzanne is one of our Recovery Workers specialising in Nutrition. With a BSC in Applied Nutrition From Glasgow Caledonian university, Suzanne has taken on the role of Nutritionist at Nova Recovery where she provides education on the benefits of having a healthy diet and can create a dietary plan for the individual.

    Suzanne is passionate about good nutrition and the connection it has to good mental health. Suzanne has also trained in mindfulness and uses her skills and knowledge to lead group sessions on both subjects.

    As a Recovery Worker Suzanne is also involved in taking care of clients on a personal basis, offering one to one support, escorting clients on ‘reintegration’ walks into the local community or on daily fitness walks and activities.

  • Meghan Newton

    Meghan Newton

    Administrator

    Meghan has worked at Nova Recovery as a Recovery Worker since we first opened our doors in May 2021. After graduating in 2018 with a BSc in Applied Psychology, Meghan began working in the Health & Social Care sector. Looking for an opportunity to apply her degree and with a keen interest in addiction, Meghan started working at Nova Recovery as a Recovery Worker.

    From August 2022 Meghan switched roles to Administrator which has given her the chance to experience and appreciate everything that takes place behind the scenes to provide this life-saving service.

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    Meghan Newton

    Meghan Newton

    Administrator

    Meghan has worked at Nova Recovery as a Recovery Worker since we first opened our doors in May 2021. After graduating in 2018 with a BSc in Applied Psychology, Meghan began working in the Health & Social Care sector. Looking for an opportunity to apply her degree and with a keen interest in addiction, Meghan started working at Nova Recovery as a Recovery Worker.

    From August 2022 Meghan switched roles to Administrator which has given her the chance to experience and appreciate everything that takes place behind the scenes to provide this life-saving service.

  • Dr Luqman Khan - Doctor at Nova Recovery

    Dr Luqman Khan MBchB, FRCS, MRCPsych

    Doctor

    Dr Luqman Khan (MBchB, FRCS, MRCPsych) is a highly experienced and well-qualified psychiatrist with over ten years of experience in general psychiatry and addiction services.

    He is certified by the MRCPsych and is known for his innovative approach to treating a diverse range of clients with high morbidity related to alcohol, drugs, and mental health problems.

    At Nova Recovery, Dr Khan will utilise his extensive knowledge and experience to provide patients with the highest level of care and support in their journey towards recovery. He will work closely with our addiction recovery team to develop individualised treatment plans for each patient, considering their specific needs and circumstances.

    He is passionate about supporting individuals in achieving their goals and objectives and is committed to working with patients to help them overcome their addiction dependency and improve their overall well-being. Utilising evidence-based practices and the latest research in addiction treatment, Dr Khan will help ensure that patients receive the most effective care possible.

    As an adept communicator with excellent interpersonal skills, Dr Khan can connect with patients from all walks of life. Patients can expect to receive comprehensive and compassionate care from Dr Khan. With his expertise and guidance, they will be given the best chances of achieving long-term recovery.

    Read Bio
    Dr Luqman Khan - Doctor at Nova Recovery

    Dr Luqman Khan MBchB, FRCS, MRCPsych

    Doctor

    Dr Luqman Khan (MBchB, FRCS, MRCPsych) is a highly experienced and well-qualified psychiatrist with over ten years of experience in general psychiatry and addiction services.

    He is certified by the MRCPsych and is known for his innovative approach to treating a diverse range of clients with high morbidity related to alcohol, drugs, and mental health problems.

    At Nova Recovery, Dr Khan will utilise his extensive knowledge and experience to provide patients with the highest level of care and support in their journey towards recovery. He will work closely with our addiction recovery team to develop individualised treatment plans for each patient, considering their specific needs and circumstances.

    He is passionate about supporting individuals in achieving their goals and objectives and is committed to working with patients to help them overcome their addiction dependency and improve their overall well-being. Utilising evidence-based practices and the latest research in addiction treatment, Dr Khan will help ensure that patients receive the most effective care possible.

    As an adept communicator with excellent interpersonal skills, Dr Khan can connect with patients from all walks of life. Patients can expect to receive comprehensive and compassionate care from Dr Khan. With his expertise and guidance, they will be given the best chances of achieving long-term recovery.

Get in touch with us today and get started on your own road to recovery.

Call Us 01475 303998
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