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Here at Nova Recovery, we’re proud to offer patient-centred treatment programmes that are personalised to the unique needs of each individual. We utilise evidence-based addiction treatments and the very latest thinking in mental health rehabilitation. Our bespoke treatment programmes are delivered by expert psychologists, psychiatrists, and other highly qualified mental health professionals and support staff. For many years, we’ve been committed to delivering the finest alcohol and drug addiction rehabilitation available. Our fantastic team are ready and willing to help you overcome your challenges, improve your overall wellbeing and create a positive and fulfilling future to look forward to.

Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Unfortunately, if addictions to alcohol or drugs are left untreated, they will only become progressively worse, having an increasingly detrimental impact on your quality of life and on the lives of those around you. However difficult it may seem right now, it’s important to understand that there is help available that can support your long-term road to recovery. It’s essential that you seek out this support as soon as possible so that you can take back control of your life. At our drug and alcohol rehab Grahamston, we have successfully treated thousands of patients so are confident that we can be the team to help you overcome your battle with alcohol and drug addiction.

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Are you suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction and need help? If so, Nova Recovery are leading UK based experts in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.

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We recognise the devastating effect that drug and alcohol problems can have on your life. Not only can these addictions deteriorate your physical and psychological health, but they can also break down relationships with loved ones, cause problems at work, and potentially leave you in a terrible financial position. It is for all of these reasons that we’re committed to providing the highest quality addiction treatment programme possible. We offer a high level of personalisation within each of our client’s addiction treatment programmes which is a huge contributor to their success. Our team are highly skilled and experienced in carefully selecting the therapies which will benefit you most, maximising your time at our drug and alcohol rehab Grahamston, thus making your long-term recovery as efficient as possible.

Therapy Options for Residential Rehabs

As your addiction treatment programme is personalised to your unique needs, you may not be recommended all of these therapies. However, these are some of our most popular and effective therapies which target your psychological connection with alcohol or drugs. These include cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), relapse prevention, stress management, individual, group, or family counselling, and psychotherapy.

We’re strong believers that supporting your general well-being is vital, particularly when you’re going through drug or alcohol rehab. With this in mind, we ensure that all of our clients receive a well-balanced mix of the above psychological therapies in addition to our well-being therapies which include music therapy, fitness therapy, art therapy, nutritional supplement therapy, low-level laser therapy, mindfulness, yoga, and relaxation and sleep management.

By following a holistic programme inclusive of the above, combined with a drug or alcohol detox, you’ll have the best chance of achieving your long-term recovery goals. Many of these therapies are available at residential rehab and most outpatient rehabs too.

Mental Health Issues

Mental health issues are more common than you probably think, even more so in people who are suffering from addiction to alcohol or drugs. If you are suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction in addition to mental health problems, then this is what we call a dual diagnosis. This can occur when a person with mental health issues turns to drugs or alcohol as a way to cope with their psychological pain, or alternatively, someone who is suffering from long-term drug and alcohol addiction damages their mental health as a result of this substance misuse. Our team are highly knowledgeable and well-prepared to support your mental health issues alongside your drug or alcohol addiction.

Inpatient Rehab vs Outpatient Rehab

Once you’ve decided to undergo an addiction treatment programme, you’ll need to choose between joining an inpatient rehab (also known as residential rehab) or an outpatient rehab. The main difference is that inpatient rehab is an overnight stay for the duration of your addiction treatment, whereas, with outpatient rehab, you remain at home but visit the treatment centre each day to receive your therapy sessions.

Neither is right or wrong, it’s whatever is more suitable for your personal circumstances. Many people find outpatient rehab to be more flexible as you remain at home so can work your therapy sessions around homelife. Inpatient rehab is much more focused as you’re staying within a recovery centred environment surrounded by others who are going through a similar situation to you. The greatest rate of successful recoveries is produced from residential rehab as you benefit from 24/7 support and a positive and relaxed environment to undergo your addiction treatment programme.

For some people, their home environment may be the best place for them to stay throughout their rehab but for others, their home can be a reminder or a potential trigger to relapse. Homelife can also be full of daily stresses and distractions which isn’t ideal when you’re attempting such a huge challenge as overcoming drug or alcohol addiction.

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Aftercare

After completing your comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment programme at our rehab clinic in Grahamston, you will receive a personalised aftercare plan free of charge for the next 12 months. We highly recommend taking advantage of this excellent service as our dedicated aftercare team will continue to support you upon your return home, helping with relapse prevention and any ongoing counselling sessions.

The first year after completing your addiction treatment programme is known to be the most challenging as this is when you’re most likely to suffer from a drug or alcohol relapse. Following a structured aftercare plan will help to keep you motivated and remain on track towards your recovery goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is life like after rehab?

Making the adjustment back into your everyday life post-rehab can seem like it will be an overwhelming experience and this is a perfectly natural thing to be experiencing. However, with the help of an aftercare programme that Nova Recovery have organised, you will be able to reach out to a professional support worker if you ever feel at risk of relapsing. The first twelve months after finishing rehab are crucial in terms of a long term recovery, which makes aftercare all the more important.

What do I need to bring to rehab?

You should only bring essential items when you come to rehab. Enough clothes to last (laundry will be done for you), toiletries, prescribed medication, a book. Rehab is about getting away from the distractions of the outside world to focus on getting better so whilst you can bring electronic devices you may not be able to use during session time.

What are the most common treatments for addiction?

Going through drug or alcohol detox is a common treatment to help deal with the physical side of addiction. Therapeutic treatments such as CBT and DBT are the backbone of effective drug and alcohol treatment, providing you with the tools to manage your life and the stresses that it will bring.