If you’re looking for rehab in Fraserburgh, Nova Recovery can help.
Situated in the historical, seaside town of Largs, Nova Recovery offers a private drug and alcohol rehab hospital away from your daily life, in a safe and supportive environment.
With luxury accommodation and leading addiction treatments, we can help you achieve long term recovery.
You may believe that you have your addiction under control, but if left untreated it’ll only get worse, isolate you from the ones you love and slowly tear your life apart.
We can offer you personalised holistic treatments to help rebuild your life. All you have to do is call our friendly and supportive team today for your free and confidential initial consultation.
Seeking Help For Your Addiction
Addiction is defined as something you have no control over, and which causes you harm. Anyone can become an addict and you can become addicted to several things. However, all addictions cause harm to you and those around you.
If left untreated your addiction will worsen, your relationships will fall apart, friends and family will distance themselves, you may lose your job and fall into debt. Your sole focus will become your next fix.
Maybe you’ve reached rock bottom, or you’re noticing early warning signs, whatever your situation its never too early or too late to seek help. If you can’t go 24 hours without consuming the substance you should be asking for help.
Nova Recovery’s private rehabilitation hospital is in Largs, offering a tranquil setting for your recovery. No matter where you’re based in Scotland, we can help you travel to our drug and alcohol rehab hospital with our transportation services.
Benefits Of Residential Rehab
Rehab in Fraserburgh may seem like the best option initially, with outpatient detox hospitals. However, there are certain limitations to outpatient treatment that can make recovery particularly challenging.
During outpatient treatment, you’ll attend the hospital and return home in the evenings and at weekends. This means that you’ll be surrounded by the negative influences that drive your addiction when you’re at your most vulnerable.
Also, without treating both the physical and psychological impacts of addiction, you cannot fully recover. It’s likely that the psychological causes of your addiction may resurface further down the line causing you to relapse.
At Nova Recovery, we offer residential addiction treatment, meaning you’ll be provided with luxury accommodation whilst you undertake your recovery.
Programmes last initially for 28 days, during which time you’ll undergo detox and take part in therapy programmes suited to you. With the distance between you and your daily life, you’ll have a chance to reflect, relax and develop more positive lifestyle habits.
What To Expect From Nova Recovery?
Upon arrival at Nova Recovery, you’ll be given a tour of the rehabilitation hospital and shown the facilities available during your stay. Once you’re settled into your accommodation, you’ll undergo a full medical examination, so our team of professionals can determine your physical and psychological health.
After this examination, we’ll work with you to design your personalised, holistic treatment programme for your stay.
The first step to any drug and alcohol rehab is a detox. It’s important to rid your body of the substance you’ve been consuming so that you’ve a clear head for your rehab treatment.
Detox can seem like a daunting process, but it should only take a couple of days, during which time there are prescription drugs that can assist with withdrawal symptoms and round the clock support from our attentive staff.
Withdrawal symptoms will vary for everyone, as they are determined by the length and severity of your addiction.
You may be thinking that a simple detox at home may help you recover from your problem, but without a holistic approach to recovery, your chances of long-term sobriety are extremely slim.
Once you’ve detoxed, you’ll start your therapy programme. Traditional forms of therapy, such as Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) are used to help you identify negative thought patterns and develop more positive habits. Individual and group therapies are also available to help you understand your addiction, its triggers and develop the necessary tools to manage your cravings in day to day life.
Usually, when people enter our rehabilitation hospital they are malnourished as they have spent their life catering to their addiction, so they have no been eating properly.
In order to promote a healthier lifestyle, we have a nutritionist onsite who’ll work with you to create a dietary plan for your stay. You’ll also have the option to join various classes such as fitness and yoga, alongside art workshops and stress management workshops to heal your mind and body.
Even though the focus during your stay is on your recovery, Nova Recovery is not a prison or an NHS style hospital and we encourage all of our residents to explore the beautiful, local surroundings in between treatments.
Life After Rehab
Leaving Nova Recovery can seem like a daunting prospect after a 28-day programme, but we’ll provide you with guidance and support every step of the way. Upon successful completion of your treatment, you’ll complete a Relapse Prevention Plan to help you maintain your long-term recovery.
The first 12 months of recovery are the most challenging and the most likely time for relapse to occur, which is why we offer 12 months of free aftercare. We’ll introduce you to local support groups such as Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous, as these groups will provide a vital lifeline when your recovery faces challenges along the way.
We also offer various therapies, such as family group therapy sessions if you’re finding it difficult to return to daily life and slot back into the family. Just remember that recovery takes time and it’ll not just affect you but also those around you, so you’ll need to be patient and allow time for these relationships to heal.
Turn your life around today by contacting our friendly and professional team for your free and confidential consultation.