Addiction recovery is doable with the help of rehab addiction treatments and therapies. If you believe you have a problem with addiction and you’re willing and committed to your recovery, drug or alcohol rehab can help make your recovery a success.

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Private Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab

Services of addiction treatment, recovery support, and aftercare can be found in inpatient and outpatient rehab. However, the detail, scope, pace, and comprehensiveness of the services will differ between the two.

Accessing support through the NHS will allow you to get some generic treatment options and emotional guidance. A basis of recovery can be achieved in this way. However, a private rehab centre provides a wealth of generic services as well as niche, personalised services. Private rehabs offer high-quality services with in-depth support along the way.

Also, throughout the entire process, services in a private rehab are targeted and proactive. This ensures that the determination and urgency can be felt throughout. This urgency is difficult to achieve with NHS treatments as these services are in high demand, delaying the accessibility and making the treatment inconsistent.

Private rehab services include both medical and holistic treatment and therapy options as well as family support, mental health support, lifestyle and well-being support, aftercare, and a fully positive focus on your recovery.


Treating a Drug and Alcohol Addiction

The treatment services and therapy options that we offer during your rehab programme are designed to help you overcome your addiction quickly, safely, and effectively. We offer safe, accredited, evidence-based treatment services. When you arrive at our rehab clinic, you will receive a personalised treatment plan designed just for you.

Below is a list of the treatment services that you can expect at our rehab clinic:

Detoxification Process

Detoxification is necessary with drug and alcohol addiction recovery to cut off the influence and effects of the substances that you’re addicted to. Up to now, drugs and alcohol are likely offering positive effects by associating substance abuse with your internal reward system. However, it is also likely that many negative effects will be experienced through the symptoms and adaptations of a life with addiction.

The detoxification process will work to relieve all of the negative effects of the addiction while restoring the positives through an organic, substance-free process. When completed safely through inpatient rehab, the withdrawal symptoms from drug and alcohol detox can be medically fulfilled.

Therapy Options

A large portion of your treatment plan in rehab will include talking therapies. These therapies aim to find the strongest connections to drugs and alcohol. All of the suitable therapy options will be recommended to you, and these aim to help you understand your emotions, adapt outlooks, and form new, healthy habits.

Some further options include individual therapy, family therapy, stress management, cognitive behavioural therapy, and dual diagnosis treatment. The treatment plan you receive will depend on your personal needs and will offer you the best chances of making a full recovery from your addiction.

Relapse Prevention

There is also a service of relapse prevention, and this is extremely valuable in helping you with your life after rehab. You will work with a dedicated team to make plans to personally prevent your risks of relapse when you return to your home life. Lifestyle choices, coping strategies, personal triggers, and more will be considered during this process.

Planning for life after rehab is important to ensure the value of your inpatient recovery programme can be transferred over into your everyday life. Your goal is ultimately long-term sobriety, and this can be achieved with effective relapse prevention.


Aftercare When You Leave Rehab

Aftercare is an invaluable service that we offer, continuing our standards of inpatient rehab but on an outpatient basis. Aftercare treatments may include group therapy sessions and support group sessions, along with individual counselling to help ease and strengthen the recovery process and prevent relapse.

These aftercare services are available for free to anyone who attends an inpatient treatment programme. The aftercare team can also help with a huge range of additional things, such as helping you get housing, helping you with finding a job and helping to restore your personal relationships with friends and family. They will also help you join groups such as a 12 step program, including alcoholics anonymous and narcotics anonymous.


Frequently Asked Questions

What happens after rehab?

After you leave the rehab setting, you may feel quite overwhelmed as some significant changes will have occurred during your addiction recovery. This is a positive time, though, when you can truly work on sustaining sobriety and turning your sober lifestyle into the norm. With ongoing support, your life after rehab can be extremely fulfilling.

What is outpatient rehab?

Outpatient rehab is most commonly delivered through the NHS. This is a moderate program of support and treatment for addictions. The outpatient basis means that the recovery is a much longer process and is worked into your everyday home life. It can be quite difficult to experience this while tackling the symptoms of addiction. This is why inpatient treatment is highly recommended.

Can I achieve sobriety, and how?

It is entirely possible to achieve sobriety as long as you're committed to your recovery. Sobriety is the end goal of rehab. This is achieved through a detoxification process and a range of additional therapies and treatments. These efforts will need to continue after rehab, though, to maintain minimal exposure to alcohol and drugs. Work towards your sobriety goals with Nova Recovery, ideal through selecting a drug and alcohol rehab centre in Clackmannan.