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Addiction is a personal disease that affects people in different ways. What’s more, it can be lonely, scary and frustrating – whether you’re the person suffering or a loved one. To effectively treat addiction, it’s important to look at the causes, triggers and emotional and physical dependencies as well as treating the current side effects of alcohol and drug abuse.
The road to recovery isn’t always a straightforward one but with a team of medical professionals, counsellors and therapists by your side, it can be done successfully and safely. That’s why visiting a reputable and specialist recovery centre – like Nova Recovery – is so important.
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Are you suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction and need help? If so, Nova Recovery are leading UK based experts in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.
As a private hospital in Scotland, our team provides 24/7 specialist care for alcohol addiction and associated mental health issues. While it might be just under two hours from Lochgelly, studies have shown that inpatient alcohol rehab care offers the best chance for long-term recovery.
You’ve taken the first step today by being on this page, so why not take the next step and contact our friendly team about addiction rehabilitation? Together, we can start planning for the future you want – and deserve.
Treatment options in Lochgelly
At Nova Recovery, every single treatment plan is tailored to each individual. Plus, before prescribing a care plan, we’ll get to know you – what makes you tick, the reason for your addiction, what you want from your treatment and what recovery means to you.
Armed with this information, we’ll put together a personalised treatment plan that keeps you at the centre. By doing this, we believe you’re more likely to remain dedicated and on track.
The aim of our treatment is to use various techniques and therapies to allow you to break free from the addiction and any dependencies. Together, we’ll help you to change your outlook on addiction, work through any triggers, and withdraw on a physical and emotional basis.
During your time at rehab, you may experience the likes of motivational therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, art and drama therapy, and group and individual sessions. Using wellbeing efforts like yoga, meditation and walking, you’ll be guided as you carve out a new life without addiction.
One of the biggest advantages of attending a residential rehab treatment centre is that you can be supported through a safe and medically supervised detox. Often, this is essential before any treatment can start and will allow any substances to leave your body. At Nova Recovery, you’ll be closely monitored and we can provide medication to ease any side effects.
Relapse prevention and aftercare
Your time at a rehab clinic is only the first step towards recovery. As well as alcohol treatment programs for addiction, our team will also provide you with everything you need for long-term recovery, relapse prevention and aftercare. This includes providing you with new and healthy coping strategies and mitigating your exposure to alcohol and drugs once you’ve returned home.
Even once your inpatient treatment has come to an end, you’ll always have a point of contact who will be there to guide you through the next stages of your recovery.
Inpatient rehab vs outpatient rehab in Lochgelly
Under an inpatient program, you’ll have access to round-the-clock treatment and support and stay overnight at the centre. Outpatients, on the other hand, will still have access to the same treatment and support but will be required to go home in the evening. There isn’t a right or wrong answer as to which is best for you. However, it’s important to consider whether returning to familiar surroundings every day could stall your recovery.
You might be looking at inpatient or outpatient treatment clinics in Lochgelly, but one thing Nova Recovery can offer is treatment away from any distractions. Travelling just that little bit further, and staying as an inpatient, can mean that you can focus fully on your recovery and build your body and mind up into the best possible condition for when you do eventually return to your lifestyle.
Ultimately, only you can decide which option is best for you. However, our team is more than happy to discuss any questions you may have.
Why choose Nova Recovery for addiction treatment?
Drug and alcohol addiction, and the rehabilitation process, can seem like a never ending road, with multiple forks and hurdles to navigate. But you can do it, and these obstacles and challenges will only make you stronger. Our team will be with you every step of the way, monitoring your progress and listening to your concerns.
Other reasons to choose Nova Recovery include:
- 24 hour support from a team of specialists
- Treatment for alcohol addiction and stress-related mental health issues
- A rehab centre set on the beautiful Scottish coastline
- En-suite accommodation and state-of-the-art facilities
- Medically assisted and safe detox programs
- Individual and group therapy options
- Personalised care plan
- Aftercare and relapse prevention
- Physical and psychological therapy
Supporting a loved one with addiction
We appreciate just how hard it can be to watch someone you know and love go through addiction. For this reason, we offer a family and friend referral service. Here, our team can answer any questions, set up intervention processes and begin the admissions process for our Largs-based hospital. Whether you want to know about substance abuse recovery or have a question about our alcoholism support services, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
It’s important to remember that no-one is alone and we support everyone involved in addiction recovery.
Alcohol services in Lochgelly
We believe recovery can be achieved by everybody. All it takes is a willingness and a dream of a life free from addiction. If that sounds like you and you’re interested in getting rid of physical, emotional and physiological dependencies that currently control your life, contact our team today on 01475 303998. In minutes, your recovery journey could be well underway.
How do I begin my recovery?
Beginning your journey of recovery will often start simply by admitting to yourself that you have a problem with addiction and that you need professional help. Once you have made the realisation that professional addiction treatment will get you back to living the life that you want to live then all you need to do is reach out to us here at Nova Recovery. By making contact with us, we can start to work out the best treatment plan for you and get you on your way to a life of sobriety.
How long does rehab last?
Different treatment plans can have differing durations as is to be expected. Often the severity of the addiction that you are trying to overcome can impact the lengths of time your treatment will last for as well as whether you are engaged with an inpatient or outpatient treatment programme. However, most of the treatment plans that we recommend for people overcoming addiction last for around 28 days.
Will sober living increase my overall health?
Living a life of sobriety will have countless benefits to your overall health. When you are not taking drugs and/or consuming alcohol then there is a plethora of benefits to your mental health and your physical health — these benefits may include the likes of avoiding illnesses such as many types of cancers, heart disorders, depression-related illnesses, and much more. You will also find that, thanks to not having to worry about the financial instability of having to supplement your addiction, you will experience a more fulfilling day-to-day life.
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