Drugs and alcohol are classified as addictive and toxic substances, which once abused, can be difficult to stop. Their high exposure and normalisation make it difficult for some. For others, it’s their ability to positively reinforce feelings, helping users tolerate the lows of substance abuse.

A tolerance to drugs and alcohol can develop over the course of abuse, also causing physical and psychological changes. Due to both, enabled drug and alcohol exposure can soon become very hard to quit.

Quitting is however possible with professional and medical help, offered through rehab. By receiving treatment, tolerances can be reduced, consumption can be tapered from, and the body and the brain can be restored. The aim will be to cope and recover without the influence of drugs and alcohol.

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Through private rehab, proven, personalised and immediate addiction treatment can be accessed. Whilst similar treatments can be arranged on the NHS, with expected delays, committing to outpatient treatment can be testing.

Withdraw, quit, and overcome their addictiveness with our help here at Nova Recovery, delivering direct access into a drug and alcohol rehab in Kintore. Our team is available on Contact our team on 01475 303998 to guide you through the admissions process into our private addiction recovery hospital.

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Drug and alcohol problems are high-risk for relapse, especially without intervention and addiction treatment. For someone who’s body and brain has accommodated the changes incurred by substance abuse, breaking away for the long-term can be tough.

Drug exposure is normalised. Consumption of various drugs is highly promoted. Ignoring external influences in the environment or social settings can also be challenging for someone with a problem.

To regain control over your body and brain, to manage internal triggers and to regulate external influences, addiction treatment will be essential. By completing leading treatments and therapies, withdrawal can be worked through to quit on drugs and alcohol. The environment of rehab will also provide a fresh, clean slate to work from, without distractions or the risk of influence.

Checking into a CQC drug and alcohol rehab in Kintore will provide access to such quality treatment and care. Addiction treatment help is personalised through our clinic, accommodating and considerate of your internal and external influences.


How does rehab work?

Various types of addiction treatment are offered through rehab, including evidence-based, mental health, and holistic therapies. Following a bespoke approach, individual needs and circumstances are followed through the professional recommendation of addiction treatment.

Led by highly skilled and qualified teams, advice and support is professional, compassionate, and fully safe throughout the entire recovery process. To CQC standards, private rehab can be relied upon and experienced with reassurance.

Our private rehab facilities offer the right balance between clinical care and comfort, delivering the ideal space to recover from. Receiving residential treatment will act as an escape from drugs and alcohol, will provide a meeting point for loved ones, and will also offer a community of other recovering addicts.

Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Kintore, a 28-day programme can be waiting for you, arranged post-admission. A progressive pace is followed through residential treatment programmes, boasting the benefits of a private setting, personalised programmes, and 24 hours of quality care.

Outpatient treatment is also an accessible rehab option, funded and delivered by the NHS. Yet due to waiting lists, its pace is slower, programmes are more generic, and greater levels of self-help is required.

Your next step should focus on weighing up your available options, to select the most suitable form of drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Our rehab programmes at Nova Recovery can offer you the most beneficial and considerate recovery experience.


What happens during drug and alcohol rehab?

A range of necessary steppingstones must be worked through, through drug and alcohol rehab. Bespoke treatment services will also be arranged, helping to strengthen long-term recovery rates and boost comfort. Necessary steppingstones will promote drug and alcohol withdrawal, rebuild and long-term planning. Bespoke steppingstones will help to improve mental health, quality of life, and wellbeing. Throughout each step, various addiction treatments and therapies will be arranged.

To form an effective treatment programme full of necessary/bespoke steps, assessments, observations, and one-to-one care will initially be delivered through private rehab. From here, a personalised treatment plan can be committed to, supported by a dedicated team for 28 days of residential treatment. 12 months of aftercare will also follow.

The medical offering of a drug and alcohol detox will be the first action through rehab, helping to promote withdrawal. Via residential treatment through a drug and alcohol rehab in Kintore, full medical assistance can be benefited from whilst also encountering a private and safe setting. Where necessary, prescription medications and supportive intervention can be expected through the detoxification step.

The next step of rehab includes various forms of therapy. Therapy sessions are recommended to regulate emotional stability and to strengthen personal resilience and coping. Sessions are offered through individual, group, and family structures, offering many benefits through psychological rehabilitation.

Planning is the final steppingstone which must be encountered by all rehab clients. Our treatment plans help our clients prepare for long-term recovery by promoting the likes of relapse prevention, goal setting and education. Planning for life after rehab is very important, to set some expectations and to start the long-term journey off on a positive and progressive note.

Throughout the addiction recovery process, bespoke steps will be included to address individual symptoms, responses, and triggers. Our treatment programmes are holistically formed here at Nova Recovery to increase the likelihood of recovery. We also specialise in mental health treatments, to treat dual diagnosis.


Treatments and therapies at Nova Recovery

Receiving treatment across a 28-day residential programme will be possible through private rehab. The most suitable and progressive mix of addiction treatment will be recommended to secure safety and recovery. You can expect to complete some of the below treatments and therapies whilst working through addiction recovery.

  • 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 in Kintore


How long is rehab?

The average stay via a private rehab clinic is 4 weeks. Each step of rehab can be worked through to its fullest across a 28-day personalised programme. Due to the diverse nature of addiction, programmes can be prolonged for our clients, to address further health problems or concerns. Aftercare in Kintore will automatically begin for all clients on a post-rehab basis, available for 12 months.

Outpatient treatment is less proactive, as greater flexibility is delivered. The average programme will take up to 6 months to complete, commonly delayed by waiting lists and cancellations.


Cost of rehab programmes

The cost of private rehab can fall between £3,000 and £10,000, depending on your selected treatment provider and programme. Your location, the type of care you require, and the specialism of your chosen rehab clinic will directly impact your investment.

Private rehab programmes are flexible and can be adapted to meet your needs. Visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Kintore can be as affordable as you need it to be.

Whilst NHS funded treatment is attractive for its low investment, recovery timelines are longer and usually require greater commitment and self-help. Due to that, many of our clients instead prefer the reassuring and reliable nature of paying for private rehab.


How to find a rehab in Kintore?

Selecting a local rehab clinic will be possible here at Nova Recovery. Through our admissions process, the most suitable rehab programme and steps can be arranged for you.

Contact our helpline to arrange residential treatment via a drug and alcohol rehab in Kintore, or for further advice on your next steps throughout addiction recovery.

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 Kintore.

How long does rehab last?

A typical programme with us at Nova Recovery usually takes around 28 days – that programme includes drug or alcohol detoxification. After this period, you will be physically sober and hopefully feel ready to return to your normal life. Some people can afford to stay in rehab longer and programmes can run up to 12 weeks in some facilities. What is important is that you pick the programme that suits your circumstances and recovery goals.

What role does mental health play in addiction?

Some people can develop an addictive disorder as a response to an underlying mental health disorder. For instance, some individuals who develop depression or anxiety, they can turn to drugs and/or alcohol in order to self-medicate against their mental health disorder. Although, addiction only exacerbated the underlying conditions in the long run. In such instances where this sort of thing is the case, we will recommend that you attend a programme that includes a dual-diagnosis treatment plan as part of your recovery. This course of treatment will mean your therapists can treat both the underlying mental health disorders as well as the primary addictive disorder.