Withdrawing from drugs and alcohol is expectedly a challenging process, due to their addictive traits. Consumption is also normalised, and exposure is also high, making them difficult to ignore. As positives are experienced through their exposure, users can begin to tolerate the lows of addiction.

Tolerances, physical changes, and psychological adaptations are all expected whilst enabling drug and alcohol abuse. Over the course of an addiction, it will become harder and harder to quit, due to such changes.

Ignoring drugs and alcohol, and healing from their effects is however possible, with professional and medical help. Through medical treatments, tolerances can be lowered, consumption can be stopped, and internal processes can be restored, coping without drugs and alcohol. Through therapeutic treatments, coping skills can be strengthened, as can relapse prevention.

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Via private rehab, immediate, personalised, and proven addiction treatments can be accessed. NHS outpatient treatment is also an available option, yet receiving treatment will be a long process, due to demands.

Start to heal with our help here at Nova Recovery, offering direct access to a drug and alcohol rehab in Inverlochy. Contact our admissions team on 01475 303998 for more information on entering our private addiction recovery hospital.

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A drug and alcohol addiction is prone to relapse without intervention and the completion of treatment. Internal and external changes, which are common through substance abuse, can make it difficult to switch off the cravings for drug and alcohol exposure.

Drugs, whether legal or illicit are normalised and heavily promoted nowadays. Attempting to ignore them, whilst surrounded by accepting environments and messages can also be challenging.

To work internal and external battles, professional addiction treatment and advice will be recommended. Offering the tools to withdraw and control future cravings, treatments and therapies are invaluable to experience. Rehab environments are also private and ideal, to commit, to change and to progress towards sobriety.

Finding and checking into a CQC drug and alcohol rehab in Inverlochy will make addiction recovery possible. Both treatment and help will be personalised, to accommodate personal needs and experiences.


How does rehab work?

Rehab is a professional service that provides access to evidence-based, holistic, and mental health treatments. A bespoke approach is followed by catering to individual needs and circumstances, only recommending safe and effective addiction treatment.

Medical advice and direction are available through private rehab, delivered by addiction, mental health, and nursing professionals. Recovering from an addiction can be a reassuring and safe process, due to the level of care via a CQC registered rehab clinic.

The environments and facilities of private rehab are clinical, yet also offer the best space and level of comfort to recover from. You can expect a community feel, a safe meeting point for loved ones and an escape from drugs and alcohol.

Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Inverlochy, you can opt for residential rehabilitation. Daily treatment sessions will be delivered over a 28-day programme, whilst benefitting from the additional facilities and services of rehab.

Help and treatment can also be accessed on the NHS. Yet as our healthcare system is under pressure, waiting lists and unclear timeframes are expected, making it harder to progress through addiction recovery.

Whilst considering drug and alcohol addiction recovery, you will have some treatment options to weigh up. At Nova Recovery, we can help you by providing the most beneficial and suitable programme for your needs and circumstances.


What happens during drug and alcohol rehab?

Drug and alcohol rehab is broken up into bespoke and necessary recommendations. The necessary recommendations will act as steppingstones towards withdrawal, rebuild and long-term recovery. The bespoke recommendations will increase success rates by improving quality of life, wellbeing, and mental health. Various treatments and therapies will be experienced across each steppingstone.

To offer suitable recommendations, assessments, observations, and one-to-one sessions will be completed. A 28-day residential rehabilitation programme will then be arranged, to work alongside our dedicated team.

Withdrawal is the first steppingstone, recommended through a detoxification process. Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Inverlochy, the most suitable environment will be provided, to comfortably work through withdrawal symptoms. A medically assisted process will be offered, making use of replacement therapies and medications to motivate safe detoxification.

Therapy is the next step of rehab, helping to rebuild emotional stability and coping. Our sessions are formed to improve mental health, boost accountability, and to also support loved ones and friends. Individual, group and family therapy sessions are recommended.

Planning will finalise rehab, acting as a stepping stone towards long-term recovery. Our treatment plans include relapse prevention sessions, educational services, a wide range of resources and aftercare, to strengthen recovery. Goal setting will also be important, as will the chance to make some positive changes, to carry forward on a post-rehab basis.

Throughout the rehab process, bespoke sessions will be included to address individual symptoms, responses, and triggers. A range of holistic therapies will be used to treat any underlying issues or co-existing conditions. At Nova Recovery, we specialise in both addiction and mental health recovery, helping to improve recovery rates.


Treatments and therapies at Nova Recovery

A wide range of rehabilitation services will be recommended across a 28-day inpatient rehab programme. The most progressive and safe treatments and therapies will be arranged. Below are some of the most commonly completed treatment services, effectively whilst treating drug and alcohol addiction and mental health issues.

  • Therapy sessions, underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy and a wealth of one-to-one counselling sessions
  • Drug and alcohol detoxification, medically assisted by our nursing teams
  • Support groups and social activities
  • Dual diagnosis treatments, to treat depression, anxiety, and further co-occurring disorders
  • Relapse prevention planning, to educate clients and plan for sobriety
  • Holistic therapies to improve wellbeing and lifestyle choices
  • Free aftercare services over a 12-month period


How long is rehab?

By checking into private rehab, the average rehab stay lasts 4 weeks. Across a 28-day programme, essential steppingstones can be worked through. For some clients, longer treatment plans will be recommended to work through bespoke services. Aftercare in Inverlochy will be offered to all of our clients, available for 12 months post-rehab.

Outpatient services in Scotland will offer a different recovery process, instead of operating at a slower pace. It can take between 3 to 6 months to work through a flexible outpatient programme.


Cost of rehab programmes

Inpatient rehab costs range between £3,000 and £10,000. Depending on your selected treatment centre, costs will vary. The type of care that you require, your location, and the specialism of your chosen rehab clinic will also impact costs.

Private rehab programmes are flexible and adaptable, accommodating individual budgets. By selecting a drug and alcohol rehab in Inverlochy, an affordable programme will be accessible to you.

Alternatively, NHS treatment plans are free to access. Yet due to their longer timeframe, many of our clients instead prefer the reassuring and reliable nature of our private recovery hospital.


How to find a rehab in Inverlochy?

Selecting a local rehab clinic will be possible here at Nova Recovery. By completing our admissions process, we can help you select the most beneficial treatment programme.

Contact our helpline to complete your admission into a drug and alcohol rehab in Inverlochy, or for further information on our programmes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How soon after rehab can I return to normal life?

Once you’ve been discharged from rehab, there’s a strong chance that you will be free from drugs and alcohol. Yet in order to remain sober and to develop a lifestyle that supports your new intentions, you will have to make the transition period at a slow pace. Small yet impactful milestones will be dotted across the transition period. Each week, a sense of normality will return. Aftercare services will help you throughout the process, to adjust and to opt for sustainable change. You should expect to feel better, post-rehab. Yet you’ll also need to continue your efforts back home in Inverlochy.

How private are support groups?

Support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous are extremely private. They are confidential and credibly run. Yet you can still expect a sense of community whilst attending your meetings. Meetings are offered on a post-rehab basis, as a form of aftercare. They are beneficial whilst working through early recovery, helping to increase accountability and to broaden perspectives. The most suitable support group will be offered to you in your local area.

How do I manage my mental health?

Mental health support and services can be accessed via rehab. If you are struggling alongside your substance use disorder, dual diagnosis treatment will be available. If you are however struggling on a post-rehab basis, aftercare sessions will be arrangeable. Self-help will also be invaluable, such as leading a balanced and healthy lifestyle and partaking in mindfulness. If you’re struggling to manage your symptoms, mental health treatments will be accessible, following a similar process to drug and alcohol rehab.