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If you are trapped in a cycle of alcohol or drug addiction, it can be difficult to know what to do next. Start treatment with us at Nova Recovery today.
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Are you suffering from drug 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.
What is the Admissions Process for Rehab in Hawick?
The journey to recovery starts with a simple enquiry. You’ve taken the first step by searching for this page and, now, you just need to reach out to us – whether by phone, email, or using the online messaging system. We’ll then carry out a pre-admission screening which is a great way for us to get to know you, your goals and your addiction in more detail.
With this knowledge, we then begin to look at all of the options available and can recommend a plan of action. Once we have a start date confirmed, you’ll then need to pay an initial deposit for the treatment.
While the NHS does cover some outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment like the one offered by Nova Recovery isn’t available due to funding issues. This means that your treatment will need to be funded by you, friends and family, or you might be able to claim on your insurance if you have a policy in place.
On your first day at rehab, you’ll meet the team who will be looking after you. This is a great opportunity to ask any questions you may have and discuss concerns. A medical examination will be carried out and you might be required to complete an alcohol or drug detox for the first few days, which is where the drug or alcohol substance will leave your body.
Once settled, you’ll know exactly what’s going to happen during your stay and you’ll be closely monitored to ensure the suitability of treatment.
Support and Treatment for Addicts in Hawick
Choosing rehab can be daunting, confusing and even stressful but, at Nova Recovery, we aim to create a safe and supportive environment without these negative feelings.
Addiction is hugely traumatic to the brain and body, which is why it can be so difficult to get clean on your own. With a dedicated and expert team of doctors, nurses, mental health experts and counsellors, however, you’ll be guided onto the right path.
It’s not just about mitigating the physical dependency though. You’ll be supported to understand your addiction, why it started, what effect it’s having and any triggers associated with it.
Using a combination of therapies and treatments, in individual and group sessions, you’ll discover new coping mechanisms and be given the tools you need to build a better and happier life.
At Nova Recovery, we strongly believe that support from your friends and family can help you now and in the future, which is why we try to involve them at suitable moments. Not only does this give them a great insight into what you’re going through but it can give them the skills and knowledge they need to support you once you’ve left drug or alcohol rehab.
On the topic of leaving rehab, this is where your journey really starts. But don’t worry, you won’t be alone. You’ll be provided with aftercare and relapse prevention advice, a point of contact and information on local support groups in your area.
Who is Alcohol & Drug Rehab Suitable For?
Admitting or even accepting that you have an issue with drugs or alcohol can be the first challenge, and until you can do this you won’t be ready for rehab. Addiction can happen to anyone though – whatever their gender, age, background and even current lifestyle status.
For this reason, rehab is suitable for anyone in Hawick but the individual has to want to recover in order to fully benefit from the treatment on offer. Some common signs that you might benefit from rehab include:
● Wanting to stop using drugs and alcohol but being unable to
● Cravings and side effects without drugs and alcohol
● Usage is beginning to impact your professional and personal life
● You’re experiencing ill health as a result of your usage
How Much Does Rehab Cost in Hawick?
Lots of people want to know how much rehab will cost and, the answer is that, it’ll depend on the rehab centre you choose, how long you stay, whether a detox is required and whether you’re treated as an inpatient or outpatient. A short inpatient stay can start from a couple of thousand pounds and go up to around £10,000 for a longer inpatient stay.
Some rehab treatment is available for free on the NHS but this doesn’t usually cover inpatient treatment. While there isn’t a right or wrong answer, you need to consider whether returning home to familiar surroundings will be good or bad for your recovery.
Price should never get in the way of someone wanting to recover, which is why our team is more than happy to discuss this with you.
How Long Does Rehab Last?
Again, just like the cost of rehab in Hawick, how long you stay depends on a few different things. Namely, the approved treatment plan, what therapy you’re taking part in and how well you respond.
If you do choose to stay as an inpatient, you will be required to stay on-site for the full duration of your programme.
Getting Help for Addiction in Hawick
Our private hospital is situated on the coast in Scotland and offers a safe, calm and supportive setting to fully focus on your recovery. Using a combination of leading therapies and tried and tested treatments, our expert team will be with you every step of the way and have your best interests at heart.
You’ve never been closer to recovery so why not pick up the phone today and have a free, confidential chat with one of our friendly advisors? Call us today on 01475 303998, email us on https://novarecovery.co.uk/contact/ or fill out our contact form.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I achieve sobriety?
That is a big question that has no set answer. Some people can achieve sobriety alone, whereas others try over many years until they finally succeed. Those that ask for help and gain access to drug and alcohol services provided by professionals greatly increase their chances of long-term recovery. There is no shame in asking for help and it is the best step to take.
How quickly can I start rehab?
You can often be starting treatment and checking into rehab within 48 hours of contacting our admissions team. We will work hard to ensure you receive treatment as quickly as possible.
What happens after rehab?
Your recovery journey is not over the moment the doors of the rehab centre close behind you. We consider aftercare to be a very important part of relapse prevention, which is why we offer free 12-month aftercare programmes to everyone completing a stay in our rehab facilities.
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