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Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Carnoustie
Like other countries in the UK, Scotland has a problem with drug and alcohol addiction and associated mental health concerns. However, there are also several leading rehabilitation centres that combine state-of-the-art facilities, expert professionals and evidence-based treatments to help individuals get back on the right track.
Admitting you’ve got a problem with drugs or alcohol or that you need help can be the first hurdle. However, this is essential if you want to give your recovery the best chance of success.
While there isn’t a set list of symptoms that indicate that you need to go to rehab, the following signs could mean you need help:
- Cravings and withdrawal symptoms without drugs and alcohol
- Difficulties stopping when you want to
- Your usage is affecting your health and other areas of life
Addiction is classified as a medical condition, and often the only way to walk away for good is to choose a rehab. Attending a rehabilitation unit isn’t just about treating the physical addiction either but also the emotional triggers and impact of your usage. Another reason that makes rehab such a good choice is because of the detox process.
Many people try detoxing at home, but painful side effects and harsh psychological effects can make it very difficult to complete.
However, you will be supported through a medically safe detox at a rehab centre like Nova Recovery. You’ll be monitored, and any side effects can be treated with medication. There will also be a team on hand to listen to your concerns throughout.
Of course, choosing a rehab centre is a personal decision, and you need to make sure that it’s right for you, your family and your recovery goals.
Based just a short distance from Carnoustie, our private rehab facility offers a relaxed setting which we believe is the perfect place for you to heal, reset, reset and recover.
What Happens At Rehab?
The first decision you have to make is whether you want to attend on an inpatient basis or as an outpatient. At Nova Recovery, inpatients are required to stay with us for the duration of their treatment.
Outpatient treatment means you’d return home in the evening. As you’ll be staying on-site, in your private room, and meals provided, inpatient treatment, often referred to as private rehab, is more expensive. This is rarely available on the NHS either. Our team can help you to weigh up your options, though.
You’ll be shown around when you arrive at rehab, and your care plan will be discussed. After you’ve completed the necessary detox process, it’s time for you to begin therapy.
Which type of therapy you have will depend on you as an individual, your addiction and how well you respond to treatment.
Typically though, it includes behavioural therapy, counselling, creative sessions and psychological therapy. These are conducted with others at the rehab in a group setting as well as individually.
As well as the therapy we have on offer at Nova Recovery, you’re also encouraged to make the most of our incredible coastal setting.
We offer well-being and holistic activities like yoga, meditation, and nutrition sessions to help you create a new and healthy lifestyle.
Visits are allowed when appropriate, and we also include family and friends in the therapy if we think it would enhance your recovery. Often, this is a great way for them to understand your treatment and allows them to help you through the journey.
How Long Does Rehab Last in Scotland?
Usually, in Scotland, rehab lasts for 28 days. At Nova Recovery, we offer inpatient treatment for this period. You may attend rehab for longer or shorter periods, though. This will depend on you and your addiction, how well you respond to treatment, and whether you require a detox.
You might also be wondering how much rehab costs in Scotland. Inpatient stays of 28 days cost around £10,000, but shorter stays and outpatient treatment are less.
Our team is always here to discuss your options and can outline the payment schedule in full.
Admissions Process to Rehab in Carnoustie
Rehab can feel scary, but you’re not alone. We also make it our mission to remove all of your fears and give you extra peace of mind. One of the ways that we do this is through a simple and stress-free admissions process.
Whether you’re getting in touch with yourself or someone else, it all starts by picking up the phone.
After a chat with our advisors, you’ll be sent a personalised treatment plan. Once you’ve decided on a rehab centre, a pre-admission screening will take place to determine your readiness and then it’s time to secure your place with a deposit.
After that, a date will be agreed upon, and then it’s time to start your treatment. It is that easy, and if you have any questions, we’ll be there to answer them.
Turn Your Back On Addiction
Addiction and mental health concerns no longer need to control your life; we can show you the way out. Simply take the first step by calling us on 01475 303998, and we can begin the process of you getting your life back through the help of our drug and alcohol rehab.
Even if you’re scared, confused or anxious, just know that rehab is the best choice for you; sooner rather than later, you’ll live the life you’ve always wanted.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is inpatient treatment like?
Inpatient treatment, due to the fact that you reside full-time at the place where you are receiving treatment, is a very intensive form of treatment. You will receive around-the-clock medical care from the comfort of a top-quality private bedroom. We will also provide you with three home-cooked nutritious meals prepared by our kitchen staff each day, as well as constant support.
How do I begin my addiction recovery?
Beginning your journey of recovery starts by admitting to yourself that you have a problem with addiction and that you need professional help. Once you have made the realisation that professional addiction treatment will get you back to living the life that you want to live then all you need to do is reach out to our admissions team here at Nova Recovery. We will find the best treatment plan for you and get you on your way to a life of sobriety.
What is life like after rehab?
Life after rehab can be very difficult at first as it is a big transition to make. In residential rehab, you are surrounded by constant support in a comfortable and safe facility, which is often unlike your home environment. This is why we offer 12 months of free aftercare to ensure that you continue to be supported.
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