Withdrawing from drugs and alcohol can be challenging due to their addictive nature. Quitting can also be tough as they are heavily exposed and normalised. For a user, the internal positive feelings can outweigh the lows, reducing the chance of withdrawal.

Through high and consistent drug and alcohol exposure, physical and psychological changes are common, including the development of a tolerance. Such changes will make it harder to quit and to stop consumption.

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Although challenging, with professional and medical help, unravelling the effects of substance abuse is possible. Tolerances can be lowered, consumption can be stopped, and everyday functionality can be restored through addiction treatment and therapy.

Available through private rehab, immediate, personalised, and proven addiction treatment can be accessed, providing the chance to withdraw and rehabilitate. Although NHS help is also an option, getting started and progressing through drug and alcohol rehab can be difficult, due to delays and inconsistencies.

Overcome the challenges with our help here at Nova Recovery, providing direct access into a drug and alcohol rehab in Ladybank. For an addiction assessment, or to progress your admission into our private recovery hospital, contact our team on 01475 303998.

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Without professional help and addiction treatment, drug and alcohol problems are prone to relapse. Due to the internal and external changes, caused by substance abuse, it can be difficult to break away from the norms of consumption.

Drug and alcohol exposure is strong across society. Attempting to withdraw from them and remain clean, whilst situated in such influences can be difficult.

Private addiction treatment help will instead encourage drug and alcohol withdrawal and long-term sobriety. Various treatments and therapies will offer the tools to withdraw and remain clean. The right environment to recover from will also be delivered through rehab, kickstarting addiction recovery at a positive rate.

Possible to experience to CQC standards, finding and checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Ladybank will be the most beneficial choice. Private addiction treatment help is bespoke, offering the best type of treatment and support for each individual.


How does rehab work?

Evidence-based, holistic, and mental health treatments are offered through rehab, following a bespoke approach. A treatment programme will cater to individual needs and circumstances, whilst arranging the most effective and safe forms of treatment.

Led by nursing, addiction and mental health experts, professional advice, support, and medical assistance is available on a 24/7 basis through private rehab. A reassuring recovery process is expected, fully safe and accredited through a CQC registered addiction rehab.

Private rehab facilities are also safe, offering a clinical and comfortable setting. A community feel is delivered, an escape from drugs and alcohol is promoted, and a meeting point for loved ones is available.

Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Ladybank, a professionally recommended programme will be ready for you to experience. Your programme will span over 28 days through residential rehab, setting a progressive and life-changing pace.

A professional treatment programme will also be available on the NHS. Yet progress is harder to achieve through outpatient treatment, due to waiting lists and unclear recovery timeframes.

Whilst considering drug and alcohol withdrawal, you will have some treatment options to weigh up. 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?

Drug and alcohol rehab is a bespoke process yet will be made up of some necessary steppingstones. Each steppingstone will help our clients withdraw from their habits, rebuild their control and mindfulness, and plan for long-term recovery. A range of treatments and therapies will be completed throughout the process.

Addiction assessments, observations, and one-to-one sessions will be offered through private rehab. Working alongside a dedicated team, our clients will be supported across the 28-day timescale, followed by 12 months of aftercare services and further 12-step plans.

Following an evidence-based approach, detoxing will be the first steppingstone, by progressing towards withdrawal. Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Ladybank, a medically assisted environment will be managed to offer a comfortable detoxification process.

For the majority of our clients, the rehab process will continue with therapy sessions, helping to rebuild emotional stability and coping. Our sessions are effective whilst improving mental health, boosting accountability, and supporting family and friends through recovery.

The final stepping stone will focus on planning, helping our clients envision and experience long-term recovery. Relapse prevention planning, education, and lifestyle management will be offered through our treatment plans. Positive changes can be achieved, and some realistic goals can be set through drug and alcohol rehab, to carry forward on a post-rehab basis.

Each area of life and wellbeing should be elevated through treatment and recovery. Our treatment programmes follow a holistic approach here at Nova Recovery to increase the likelihood of recovery. We also specialise in mental health recovery, helping those with mental health problems or dual diagnosis.


Treatments and therapies at Nova Recovery

Residential treatment will be available over a 28-day programme, filled with a range of treatments and therapies. Personally recommended, the most progressive services will be ready to work through. Below are some of the addiction treatment services that you can expect to complete through drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

  • Evidence-based therapy sessions, underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Group therapy, family therapy and a wealth of one-to-one counselling sessions
  • Drug and alcohol detoxification, offering medical assistance 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
  • Aftercare services over a 12-month period


How long is rehab?

Private rehab averagely lasts 28 days. Across a 4-week timeframe, key recovery steppingstones can be worked through. For some clients, longer treatment plans will be recommended to also address further health problems or to strengthen relapse prevention planning. 12 months of aftercare in Ladybank will also be available to all clients.

The biggest difference between residential rehab and NHS support is their pace. It can take 6 months to complete outpatient treatment, which can be demotivating and challenging to maintain.


Cost of rehab programmes

Private rehab will need to be paid for. Depending on which rehab clinic and programme you select, costs will vary between £3,000 and £10,000. Factors such as your location and the type of treatment that you need will impact the affordability of rehab.

Our services are flexible, which can be tailored to your budget. Attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Ladybank within your budget will be possible.

Alternatively, NHS treatment plans are free to access. Yet as they take longer to complete, our clients instead prefer to invest in private care via our recovery hospital.


How to find a rehab in Ladybank?

Recovering locally will be possible here at Nova Recovery. By completing our admissions process, we can understand your needs and devise a beneficial programme of addiction treatment.

Contact our helpline to reside in a drug and alcohol rehab in Ladybank, or for more information on our private recovery hospital.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I begin my recovery?

If you are ready to recover and have a treatment provider in mind, it’s time to press ahead with your rehab referral. If you are unsure of the type of treatment that you’ll need, it’s important to do some research and also reach out for confidential advice. Once you are set on a drug and alcohol rehab in Ladybank, the admissions process will begin, which will arrange your transfer, your programme, and your experience. By reaching out here at Nova Recovery, we will get to know your needs, providing the right information to form your own bespoke rehab programme. The admissions process will also help you prepare, familiarise you with what’s ahead, and make sure that rehab is a feasible option. Recovery can begin as soon as you’re ready to commit to drug and alcohol rehab.

How long does rehab last?

Through residential rehab, a programme can last 28 days. In some instances, rehab will last longer to provide additional support and treatment. Yet the average client will benefit from a 4-week treatment programme, delivered through an inpatient stay. If you select outpatient treatment on the NHS, it is important to prepare for a longer process. Initial waiting lists can be long, followed by an average of 6 months to complete rehab. Your urgency to recover and your availability should be considered whilst selecting between both types of rehab.

What is inpatient treatment like?

Inpatient treatment is motivating, safe and progressive. Daily treatment sessions are recommended, for most following a 28-day schedule. Sessions are guided by specialists and include various methods which are medically accredited. Due to the private environment of inpatient rehab, sessions are also comfortable and personable. Recovery in between sessions is also guided, offering 24/7 support. Inpatient rehab is the most beneficial process to complete, recommended via our private recovery hospital at Nova Recovery.