Although this may seem a way off, it is possible. Yet, to ensure that sustainable recovery can be achieved and that suitable addiction treatments are recommended, the journey must begin with a health risk assessment.
Although you may initially find it difficult to open up about your health history, please be reassured that all details are confidential and are only used to ensure your addiction recovery journey is suitable for you.
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Our admissions team can give you expert help and advice on the best options available through our Health Risk Assessment process. Get in touch today to find out more.
Scotland Based Addiction & Mental Health Treatment Providers
Key offerings available include:
- Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Scotland
- 1:1 Support from Clinical Nurse Practitioners, Registered Mental Health Nurses and Therapists
- Access to Trained Psychiatrists
- 24 Hour Nursing Care
- Comfortable & Quality Accommodation
- Clinically Led Recovery Model Underpinned by Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
- 1 Year Aftercare
The Process of our Health Risk Assessment
The health risk assessment will begin by getting to know you as a person. Again, please be reassured that all information will be treated with discretion. From here, we will delve deeper, asking questions surrounding your medical and psychiatric history
You can expect to answer questions regarding your organ health, whether you’ve suffered with any previous conditions or life-threatening injuries, medication you take regularly and whether you’ve experienced any mental health issues; in relation to life before and throughout your addiction.
Within your health risk assessment, we will also ask questions regarding any mental health conditions you have been diagnosed with as well as your current relationship with drugs and alcohol if you are receiving treatment for addiction.
When going through this process we will require information on the mental health condition you have been diagnosed with or the substance you are currently addicted to, when addressing addiction we would also benefit from knowing whether you’ve previously attempted to detox or recover, and whether you are currently receiving addiction treatment.
All of this information from our health risk assessment will help our specialists create the most effective and safe treatment programme for you.
The aim is to ensure that you can recover, sustainably and realistically, while also prioritising your physical and mental health. With this in mind, knowledge of your current health, medical needs, allergies and addiction history will be invaluable.
We will also require the contact details of a responsible person who will commit to ensuring that you follow our advice regarding your treatment.
Contact our team here at Nova Recovery to start yours
If you’re keen to complete mental health and/or addiction treatment, in partnership with a leading residential hospital, contact our team today.
We can guide you in the right direction, by also providing support through our health risk assessment. From here, we can advise on the most appropriate treatment options and programmes, all made from the data collected through your risk assessment.
This step will ensure that you can safely complete treatment, while benefiting from their effectiveness. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your health risk assessment, get in touch today.
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Are you unfortunately struggling through an addiction? Are you hoping to begin your own personal road to recovery? By committing yourself to mental health and/or addiction treatment, in partnership with a leading private hospital, you’ll have true capabilities to reach recovery.
It is very important that you help our specialists understand your health history and mental health state as the data from your completed health risk assessment will ensure that you can recover safely and efficiently through an appropriate treatment plan.