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Withdrawing from drugs and alcohol can be a challenging process. They are addictive substances, which are normalised and heavily exposed. They are positively reinforced and carry such highs that users begin to tolerate the lows of substance abuse.

Through a drug and alcohol addiction, tolerances can develop, as can physical and psychological adjustments. Over the course of an addiction, it will become harder and harder to quit, due to such expected changes.


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With professional and medical help, unravelling and overcoming the effects of substance abuse is possible. Through various treatments and therapies, tolerances can be reduced, consumption can be stopped, and regular functioning can be restored, to cope through sobriety.

Available through private rehab, immediate, personalised, and proven addiction treatment can be accessed, providing the chance to withdraw and rehabilitate. Although recovering via the NHS is also an option, getting started and progressing through rehab can be delayed and inconsistent.

Start to withdraw with our help here at Nova Recovery, providing a comfortable and safe space via drug and alcohol rehab in Kinross. For free advice or for more information on our private recovery hospital, contact our helpline on 01475 303998.


Addiction treatment help

Drug and alcohol problems are prone to relapse without professional help and addiction treatment. As both substances cause internal and external changes, it can be difficult to break away from the routine of consumption.

Normalised and heavily promoted, it can also feel impossible to stay away from drugs and alcohol. Attempting to withdraw from them, whilst situated in such environments and surrounded by such influences can be difficult to maintain.

Accepting addiction treatment help and advice will instead help with recovery. Providing the tools to withdraw and control future cravings, treatments and therapies are invaluable to experience. Also offering the setting and basis to change and commit to addiction recovery, rehab delivers a progressive and positive start to sobriety.

To CQC standards, finding and checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Kinross will be the most beneficial choice. Whilst available in a wealth of ways, addiction treatment help via rehab provides the most beneficial types of treatment and support for each individual.


How does rehab work?

Rehab brings together holistic, evidence-based, and mental health treatments through a bespoke approach. It accommodates individual needs and circumstances, by recommending the most effective and safe forms of addiction treatment.

Led by a highly skilled and qualified team of addiction, mental health and nursing experts, rehab provides direct access to professional advice and support. Offering a reassuring recovery process, all aspects of a CQC registered rehab centre will be safe and accredited.

Boasting a clinical yet comfortable setting to recover from, private clinics facilitate a safe space. They stand as a meeting point for loved ones, deliver a community feel and offer an escape from the influences of drugs and alcohol.

Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Kinross, a professionally led programme, service and environment will be expected. Through residential rehab, each day of a 28-day programme will be supported by rehab and its offerings, setting a progressive and life-changing pace.

Addiction treatment and help can also be experienced on the NHS, similar to further healthcare plans. Yet it can be harder to progress through outpatient treatment, due to waiting lists and unclear recovery timeframes.

Various treatment options will be available for you to weigh up whilst considering the workings of rehab. The most beneficial for your needs and the most suitable for your circumstances are recommended here at Nova Recovery.


What happens during drug and alcohol rehab?

Rehab is a fully bespoke process yet will be made up of some necessary steppingstones. The purpose of drug and alcohol rehab is to help clients withdraw from their habits, rebuild their control and mindfulness, and plan for long-term recovery. Each steppingstone will be fulfilled by various addiction treatments and therapies.

Assessments, observations, and one-to-one therapy sessions will be made throughout rehab to secure progress. Working alongside a dedicated team, our clients will be supported across the 28-day period, followed by 12 months of aftercare services and further 12-step plans.

Leading with our evidence-based approach, withdrawal will be the first steppingstone, achieved through a drug detox or alcohol detox. Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Kinross, the most suitable medically observed environment will be provided, to comfortably work through withdrawal symptoms.

Rehab will then continue for the majority of our clients with therapy, helping to rebuild emotional stability and coping. Our sessions are formed to boost accountability, improve mental health, and to also support loved ones and friends.

Planning will be the final steppingstone, helping our clients envision and experience long-term recovery. Our treatment plans incorporate relapse prevention sessions, educational services, a wide range of resources and support with lifestyle management. Positive changes can be achieved, and realistic goals can be set through drug and alcohol rehab, to carry forward through sobriety.

Addiction recovery is a thorough process which should consider lifestyle, health, and wellbeing. Our treatment programmes are holistically formed here at Nova Recovery to increase the likelihood of recovery. We also help those with mental health problems and dual diagnosis through our specialist programmes.


Treatments and therapies at Nova Recovery

A 28-day inpatient rehab programme will be filled with a range of treatments and therapies. Personally recommended, the most progressive treatments will be ready to work through. Below are some of the most commonly recommended addiction treatment services, to overcome both drug and alcohol problems, and poor mental health.

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


How long is rehab?

By checking into private rehab, the average rehab stay lasts 28 days. Across a 4-week timeframe, key recovery steppingstones can be fulfilled. For some clients, longer treatment plans will be recommended to also address further problems or to strengthen relapse prevention. All clients will then automatically begin 12 months of aftercare in Kinross.

One of the biggest differences between inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab is their pace. A much slower pace is expected via the NHS, taking between 3-6 months to reach similar steppingstones.


Cost of rehab programmes

Private rehab is an investment, which can range between £3,000-£10,000. Depending on your chosen rehab clinic and programme, costs will vary. Your location and the specialism of your treatment centre will have an impact on the investment that you make through private rehab.

Although costly, rehab is a flexible service, which can be tailored to your budget. Attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Kinross, within your budget, will be possible here at Nova Recovery.

NHS treatment plans are free to access. Yet due to their longer timeframe and unpredictable timelines, many of our clients instead prefer residential rehab via our private recovery hospital.


How to find a rehab in Kinross?

Recovering via a local rehab clinic will be possible here at Nova Recovery. By completing our admissions process, we can arrange the most beneficial programme of addiction treatment.

To get started, contact our helpline to reside in a drug and alcohol rehab in Kinross or to receive further information on how we can facilitate your addiction recovery journey.


Frequently Asked Questions

What happens after rehab?

After attending rehab, a programme of aftercare services will continue. Aftercare helps to bridge the gap between residential rehab and everyday norms. It offers support and guidance through the expected changes that occur whilst withdrawing from drugs or alcohol. Programmes will include regular support groups to attend, a 12-step plan to follow, and ongoing access to professional advice. For 12 months, aftercare will be available to help all clients through the next stages of long-term recovery.

How do I convince a loved one to get help?

Accepting help is a personal choice. Yet you can motivate the idea of rehab. Convincing a loved one to get help can be a long process with many pushbacks. Yet by offering consistent support, educating yourself, and providing encouragement to attend rehab, chances of acceptance will increase. At Nova Recovery, we can help you arrange a family and friend referral, or we can also facilitate an intervention for you, to approach the idea of rehab.

How do I achieve sobriety?

Sobriety is a long-term commitment. It cannot be achieved overnight. By completing a rehabilitation programme, reaching sobriety is however possible. Withdrawing from drugs or alcohol, completing necessary addiction treatment services and planning for the future will all help you lead a sober life. Achieving sobriety without professional intervention is very unlikely, as addiction is a relapsing condition. Detoxification, personal changes, and management tools will all be required to recover, possible to experience through rehab.