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Situated in the village of Largs, Scotland, our rehab centre offers specialised care for those going through drug and alcohol addiction in Houston. Through medically supervised detoxification and rehabilitation, we help people to achieve long-term recovery.
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Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Scotland
In Scotland, rates of substance abuse and alcohol addiction are higher than in the rest of the UK. Addiction is a complex illness that has both physical and mental repercussions, so it’s important to get the right support for you. Our private rehab clinic provides high-quality rehabilitation and care for those living in and around Houston.
It can be difficult to accept that you need support. Acknowledging that you’re suffering from an addiction is the first step to getting your life back on track. By reaching out to a Nova Recovery Rehab Centre, you’re taking back control and doing what’s best for you and your loved ones.
What Treatment Do we Offer at Our Houston Rehab?
Nova Recovery’s rehab clinic offers a range of treatments to support you throughout the withdrawal phase and drug and alcohol detox phase, as well as equip you with the tools you need for a sustained recovery.
Combining comfortable accommodation with high-quality care, we ensure our visitors are left feeling healthier and more positive about their future. We provide the best support, medication and therapy to guide you through detoxification and rehabilitation.
What Are the Stages of Rehab Treatment?
There are two main stages of private rehab treatment. These include:
The detox hospital works on removing harmful toxins from your body, allowing you to begin the recovery process. You will be monitored throughout the treatment by a medical professional as your drug or alcohol intake is reduced over time.
It can be dangerous to attempt to detox from drugs or alcohol at home, withdrawals can sometimes lead to unpleasant side effects such as depression, pain, nausea and insomnia. The Nova Recovery team is highly experienced in this area and your safety is our number one priority. We make sure the alcohol and drug detox process are as comfortable as possible for you.
We deliver cognitive behavioural therapy-led sessions (CBT) for those who suffer from psychological fixations or mental health problems stemming from alcohol or drug abuse.
CBT focuses on reframing your thoughts towards substance abuse. This form of therapy helps to disconnect you from negative attachments and allows you to see a positive future ahead without drugs or alcohol.
If you have an addictive personality or suffer from social anxiety, our Rehab Centre can also provide you with the holistic therapy needed to overcome other addictive behaviours.
Addictive behaviours we can help with include:
- Alcohol Addiction
- Cocaine Addiction
- Cannabis Addiction
- Prescription Drug Addiction
- Amphetamine Addiction
- Opioid Addiction
We can also help with a variety of behavioural addictions alongside substance addiction as part of dual diagnosis treatment, such as:
- Gambling Addiction
- Sex Addiction
- Food Addiction
- Porn Addiction
What Support is Provided at the Rehab Centre?
Our team is highly knowledgeable in addiction recovery and is committed to giving you the best chance of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Working with our experienced medical professionals can significantly reduce the chance of relapsing in the future.
24-hour support is available to help you navigate the recovery process. We understand that everyone’s situation is different and provide empathetic, personalised care for each of our visitors. Our physicians will work with you to create a structured programme that’s best suited to your individual needs.
The Benefits of Private Alcohol and Drug Rehab
Seeking treatment at a private Alcohol and Drug Rehab comes with a range of benefits. The treatment you’ll receive with Nova Recovery aims to treat your health and needs.
Attempting to recover from alcohol and drug addiction alone can be dangerous and often leads to relapses down the line. Staying at a Private Rehab Centre means that you have access to a team of highly skilled medical professionals around the clock, resulting in a much safer recovery journey.
Our Inpatient Treatment
When you first visit a Nova Recovery Rehab Centre you will be classed as an inpatient. Our inpatients will stay at the clinic for a set amount of time, which is usually around 28 days but depends on your circumstances. Everything is catered for within the price of your stay, including treatments, food and access to therapies.
You will undertake complete, gradual detoxification from drugs or alcohol under medical supervision. Once you’ve completed the detox process, you’ll start a variety of therapy sessions (including individual and group therapy) to learn techniques for dealing with cravings and poor mental health – which aims to prevent any relapse in the future.
The benefits of inpatient treatment include:
- 24-Hour Care
- Supervised Medical Detoxification by Addiction Specialists
- Onsite Mental Health Nurses
- Onsite Doctors
- A Private On-Suite Bedrooms
- Personalised Therapy with a Psychiatrist
- Use of facilities, gardens, local gym and saunas
- An onsite Chef
- Complete confidentiality
What Happens After I Leave Rehab in Houston?
Nova Recovery has an outpatient aftercare programme in place for when you leave our centre after successful rehabilitation. Our ongoing support helps you to adjust back to your daily life and improve your chances for long-term recovery. We provide every person that visits our rehab centre with 12 months of free aftercare.
Aftercare support is vital when it comes to securing a long-term recovery from drugs or alcohol. Unfortunately, failure to take advantage of aftercare support services results in up to 60% of people relapsing in their first year of recovery.
Get Treatment at Nova Recovery
Nova Recovery’s specialist Rehab Clinic can get you on the road to recovery in Houston. Our team of addiction experts are here to answer any questions you have about seeking treatment with us.
Want more information on how we can support your recovery? Learn more about our addiction treatments and on-site facilities.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I achieve sobriety?
Some people can achieve sobriety with no help from anyone, however achieving sobriety is a process that requires commitment and discipline to last a lifetime and the best way to start is by reaching out. 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?
The process can usually be as quick as you need it to be, although you will not be pressured into making decisions. You can often be starting treatment and check into rehab within 24 hours of contacting our admissions team.
What is life like after rehab?
The truth is that life after rehab can be hard—especially in the first year. Many relapses that occur happen within the first year out of drug and alcohol treatment, as some people think they can deal with returning to old environments and confronting addiction triggers regularly. Because of this, we offer a free 12-month aftercare package to help those just out of rehab. Life after rehab can be fulfilling and clearer without the constant worry of relapse hanging over. That worry might always be there, but with our help and others around, former addicts can learn to deal with the struggle and revitalise their life.
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