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Drug deaths and increasing alcohol consumption are an issue in Scotland that don’t seem to be going away. If you are one of the many people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction, it can seem like a lonely place. Luckily, organisations that run residential rehabs such as Nova Recovery are here to help you stop the downward spiral and turn your life around.

The best way to achieve long-term sobriety is by engaging in rehabilitation. Whether you wish to complete an addiction treatment programme via an outpatient rehab or undergo a 28-day residential programme at Nova Recovery – you should get the help you need.

With Nova Recovery you will receive care that is second to none. Your physical and mental well-being is our top priority, as only with a clear mind and body can you achieve your recovery goals.

Choosing Inpatient Rehab

As stated above, there are two main pathways when it comes to addiction treatment. If your alcohol and drug addiction are mild or you wish to only go through the NHS, then outpatient treatment might be the choice for you. Outpatient rehab does enjoy some success but the process is much longer, taking at least 3 months.

For a more consistent and structured form of addiction treatment, it would be better to begin your recovery on an inpatient basis.

With a residential rehab clinic such as Nova Recovery, you will have access to 24/7 medical and emotional care, making sure you are always comfortable and healthy during your time with us. Inpatient rehab offers a break from your normal life that may be disrupted due to addiction – taking you away from temptations and an environment that may have encouraged your alcohol problem or substance misuse.

Our facilities at Nova Recovery are second to none. Located on the picturesque West Coast of Scotland you will have the chance to walk along the stunning beaches and enjoy country walks. Though we are technically a private hospital, our accommodation is comfortable and premium – aimed at making you feel as safe and relaxed as possible.

Residential rehabs such as ours provide a wide array of treatments that you will experience with a treatment plan catered towards you. This personalisation of care is something that inpatient rehab offers that outpatient rehab can’t.

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Our Admissions Process

Deciding that you want to enter alcohol rehab or drug rehab is a massive step – so well done if you’ve got that far. We know that this is an overwhelming time for everyone involved, that is why our admissions process is simple and easy to go through.

After your initial enquiry, you will take part in a pre-admission screening. Our team will ask you questions about your addiction, your history, and many other factors to help us provide a personalised treatment that will be most effective for you. Once this is done, options will be presented to you and an admission date will be proposed.

Beyond that is the matter of a deposit to secure your place. This process may seem swift but our team is that at all points to guide you and answer any questions – no matter how simple or silly they may seem to you.

If you are already interested then you can contact us today and begin the admissions process. As we are a private residential facility the process can be quick, allowing you to enter our treatment centre within days of your initial enquiry.

Treatment Options at Nova Recovery

When coming to rehab for a mix of alcohol and drugs problems, you can expect to undergo a mix of detox programmes and therapy sessions. At Nova Recovery we follow a holistic approach to treatment, ensuring that both the physical, psychological, and emotional aspects of addiction are dealt with in equal measure.

Detoxification Process

Detoxification is the first step of any effective treatment programme. As you have become physically dependent on either drugs or alcohol, the harmful toxins must be flushed from your body. Whether it is drug detox or alcohol detox, the process is the same. You will be evaluated to decide the best outline for you and then prescription drugs will be administered as withdrawal symptoms arise.

This is understandably a stressful time for people in recovery – but with medication, 24/7 care and the comfortable environment we provide – this process will be as stress-free as it can be.

Therapy Options

Through a combination of individual therapy sessions, group therapy, social activities, and well-being therapies, you will take part in a comprehensive programme tailored for you. In sessions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, you will learn how to better adapt the way you think and perceive situations – allowing you to manage triggers much better.

If you are struggling with co-occurring mental health issues then dual-diagnosis treatment is available. We understand that mental health and addiction can be closely entwined and take it upon ourselves to ensure you leave Nova Recovery in a better place than when you arrived.

Aftercare with Nova Recovery

During your time with us at Nova Recovery, you would have equipped yourself with the skills and techniques needed to achieve long-term recovery. Despite being well prepared, many people struggle immediately after completing rehab and go back to abusing alcohol or drugs.

To help with relapse prevention, Nova Recovery provides a FREE 12-month aftercare package. Like your treatment programme, this aftercare plan is personalised – considering the environment, you are returning to, addiction history and mental health.

By following your aftercare plan, you are expected to attend regular group meetings. These sessions give the opportunity to connect with other people in recovery and discuss your lives, talk through issues, and support each other. If you do not live close to our facility in West Scotland then we can help find a suitable place that is more convenient for you.

Further aftercare support will be offered if you need it – coming in the form of individual therapy sessions where you can better learn to manage your triggers and deal with challenging situations.

The work of recovery does not stop after rehab and those that engage with aftercare are much more likely to achieve long-term sobriety.

Get in Touch Today

If you think you have a problem with alcohol or drugs and are looking to get help then call Nova Recovery at 01475 303998 – our team are always on hand to help you out and answer any questions. You can also email or get in touch by completing the form on our contact page.

Don’t let anything stop you – begin your journey to recovery today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the detoxification process like in rehab?

Detoxing in rehab is the safest way for you to rid your body of addictive substances. When you detox from drugs or alcohol, you will experience a wide range of side effects from withdrawal. During your detox in rehab, you will be monitored around the clock and will have access to medical assistance if your withdrawal symptoms are quite severe. Detoxing aims to rid your system of all substances.

What is a dual diagnosis?

Dual diagnosis is a term used to describe a condition where a mental health problem exists at the same time as the addiction. These two illnesses will usually have a very complex relationship, each affecting the other to different extents. It is usually possible to treat both of these at the same time with a dual diagnosis treatment.

What are some psychological symptoms of addiction?

As well as significantly affecting your physical health, addiction to alcohol or drugs also has a devastating impact on your mental health. You’ll likely experience increased anxiety, depression, stress, low self-esteem, paranoia, bipolarity, loneliness, and mental fatigue. You’re unlikely to want to engage in any social activities or take part in things that you once enjoyed as your addiction takes priority.