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Here at Nova Recovery Private Hospital, we offer drug and alcohol addiction treatments to people in the Grangemouth region. Find out more about our rehab services here.
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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.
Can I Get Rehab Treatment In Grangemouth?
The good news is that there is rehab treatment in Grangemouth via the NHS or Nova Recovery’s private rehab centre.
The local NHS service operates free outpatient clinics throughout Forth Valley and the surrounding areas. Ask your GP to refer you. You can’t stay as an inpatient, but the NHS does provide inpatient detox, where you’ll usually stay at a treatment centre for a few weeks. Waiting lists tend to be longer than in private clinics, but the services offered are high quality.
Private rehab clinics, such as our Grangemouth treatment centre, can offer you rehab immediately or at short notice. The difference with private rehab is that you have to pay for it. On average, a 7–10-day detox costs £2000, with each week after that costing around £1500. Most residential stays cost around £7000.
You’re probably asking, why is private rehab so expensive? As an inpatient, you’ll have access to round-the-clock care. You’ll also benefit from daily counselling and therapy sessions facilitated by experts such as psychologists, doctors, nurses and addiction specialists.
In our experience, patients often stay with us thanks to the generosity of loved ones. We recommend asking your family or friends for help if you want to start private rehab but are concerned about the costs.
Rehab clinics such as our Grangemouth centre sometimes allow you to spread costs via payment plans, so you don’t have to pay the total cost upfront.
Benefits Of Inpatient Treatment
Inpatient treatment has lots of benefits:
- Patients benefit from round-the-clock care. There are always qualified members of staff to help.
- People with drug and alcohol addictions often have mental health conditions. These may be pre-existing or have been bought on by excessive drug and alcohol consumption. As an inpatient, we’ll help you manage your mental health. You may be diagnosed with a mental health condition during your stay. We’ll find the proper treatment for you through medication, counselling or a combination of both.
- As an inpatient, you’ll meet other addicts in recovery. You’ll likely support each other, learn new ways to cope and potentially make a new friend for life.
- Inpatient treatment is discrete as you’re unlikely to bump into anyone you know.
- Completing your treatment away from home means a change of scene and routine. People always have a greater chance of recovery if they avoid abuse triggers such as familiar social groups, places and habits.
What Drug Addictions Can I Stay In Rehab For?
At Nova Recovery, we treat every kind of drug addiction, ranging from illegal drugs to prescription drugs and emerging, newer street drugs.
Is Alcohol Addiction Easily Treated?
Beating alcohol addiction is hard work. Patients have to be determined to give up alcohol for life.
Is alcohol addiction easily treated? We think so, only if you get the right help and support and are committed to long-term recovery.
Most people are at rock bottom when they arrive at drug and alcohol rehab. Their mental and physical health has taken a battering due to the toil of addiction. Rehab is the ideal place to help long and short-term addicts rid themselves of addiction.
Patients start a detox shortly after they arrive. Detox is a process that helps the body adjust to the lack of drugs or alcohol. Some people find detox the most challenging part of rehab, as they can’t drink or take drugs. Detox lasts between 7 and 10 days, and then patients move on to the real recovery process: daily therapy, family support sessions and group therapy.
Counselling and therapy look into the reasons behind drug or alcohol addiction. Therapy often helps patients understand their motivations behind drinking or taking drugs. People often gain greater insights into the circumstances that led them to drink or use drugs and learn ways to avoid abuse in the future.
Therapy gives patients an insight into their mental health and ways to manage anxiety, depression, anger, bipolar disorder and trauma.
Many patients who leave rehab go on to live fulfilling and sober lives. They often tell us that the rehab experience has transformed them. When you leave rehab, you can still access support from us, called ‘Aftercare.’ You can attend weekly support sessions and counselling to aid in your long-term recovery.
How Long Does Detox Take?
A detox takes between seven days and two weeks, but it all depends on your level of addiction. If you’ve had a habit for years, drug or alcohol detox will take longer than it would for someone addicted for a year or a few months.
The level of drugs or alcohol you take will also affect how long you detox. Sometimes, we will prescribe medicine to help ease withdrawal symptoms and reduce the dose over time.
What Facilities Are In Private Rehab?
A stay at our private rehab at Nova Recovery is welcoming and relaxing. You’ll have your own ensuite bedroom and access to communal areas such as lounges, treatment rooms and chill-out areas.
Most rehab centres have private gardens; some even have small gyms, art studios and dedicated exercise rooms. Patients enjoy three home-cooked and healthy meals a day.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Outpatient Rehab?
Outpatient rehab is another option to consider when searching for a drug and alcohol rehab in South Ayrshire. Unlike our private residential rehab hospital, outpatient rehabs do not require those in recovery to remain within rehab. Instead, numerous therapy and counselling sessions are arranged and attended each week.
How Long Will It Take Me To Recover?
Contrary to belief, it is difficult to put a timeframe on your recovery. This is because recovering from an addiction is a lifelong process. Considering this, here at Nova Recovery, we recommend being open-minded when it comes to your recovery journey.
What are the most common treatments for addiction?
Detoxification, rehabilitation, individual therapy, group therapy, relapse prevention and aftercare are among the most common treatments for addiction. As addictions often coexist with mental health disorders, dual diagnosis is also a common treatment. However, it should be noted that for these treatments to be effective, they must be personalised to your needs.
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