Are you searching for a way to overcome your addiction to alcohol or drugs once and for all? Look no further.

Our world-renowned drug and alcohol rehab in Orkney have the solution to help you achieve a long-term recovery from addiction. We provide evidence-based therapies which have proven to be highly successful in aiding recovery from drug or alcohol abuse.

Our fantastic team personalise each of our client’s treatment programmes, ensuring maximum care and attention is at the forefront throughout the duration of your residential addiction treatment.

If you want to remove drugs or alcohol from your life for good, call us today on 01475 303998 or email us at [email protected]


What kind of addiction treatments are available?

Whilst there are many addiction treatment options available, we can guarantee that you’ll find the greatest success at a private drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Orkney.

Private treatment in a residential setting has long demonstrated the highest level of quality in support, facilities, therapies, and most importantly, the highest level of long-term recoveries when compared with free local health services or outpatient treatment.

Following a personalised treatment programme in a recovery focused environment like our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, will allow you to solely focus on your recovery goals without the distractions and stresses of homelife.

Outpatient treatment services tend to only be effective if an individual has a very mild addiction to alcohol or drugs. If you’re suffering from any of the awful effects which come with an alcohol or drug addiction, then you’re in urgent need of professional support.

Returning home each night after receiving outpatient care can put you at risk of relapsing as you’re faced with distractions and possible negative influences; you also don’t have the added benefit of our exceptional team providing you with 24/7 support.

In our experience, we’ve seen some people attempting a drug and alcohol detoxification at home alone. This is a very dangerous task to undergo on your own, particularly as you’re likely to be faced with withdrawal symptoms as your alcohol or drug consumption is reduced.

We strongly advise that you only undergo a detox in a controlled and safe environment where a team of medical experts are on hand to administer prescribed medication or step in at any point, as necessary.


What causes drug or alcohol addiction?

Of course, there isn’t just one cause for every person who is addiction to drugs or alcohol. An individual is more likely to have a range of underlying reasons which may have influenced their addiction. However, there are some common causes which we can look at.

One of the most common is linked to poor mental health, whether drug or alcohol abuse began as a coping mechanism for mental health issues or vice versa, excessive drug or alcohol abuse resulted in poor mental health.

At our rehab in Orkney, we provide mental health support within all of our treatment programmes, it’s an integral aspect to anyone’s recovery.

Other common reasons why people may have developed a drug or alcohol addiction is that they’re finding it difficult to cope with childhood trauma, grief, stress at work or stress/conflict at home.

We have a brilliant team of addiction specialists who have helped countless people move on with their lives, leaving drugs and alcohol behind indefinitely.


What is it like at our private drug and alcohol rehabilitation?

We take great pride in creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere at our drug and alcohol rehabilitation. For some reason, many people have the wrong perception of what rehab is like.

Either they’re perceived to be cold, hospital environments or thought of as exclusive to the rich and famous; neither of these are true. Our drug and alcohol rehab in Orkney are very inclusive, with luxurious accommodation boasting private rooms, we provide our clients with a comfortable and effective recovery, no matter where you’re from or what your budget is.

As you undergo residential addiction treatment, you have the added benefit of around the clock access to our world-class support network.

Not only do our recovery workers deliver industry-leading addiction therapies, but they also take care of your laundry, housekeeping and provide you with delicious, healthy meals each day to aid your recovery. We also arrange social activities for you to enjoy in your downtime including quiz nights, film nights, and group walks or runs.

Our expert team are highly experienced, well-equipped, and extremely dedicated to helping you win your battle against addiction. We make the most of fantastic resources to aid greater recovery whilst focusing on your psychological connection to addiction.

As it’s not possible to recover from an addiction to alcohol or drugs with medication alone, we must take a closer look at your triggers and try to identify what may have caused your addiction in the first place.


Drug and alcohol aftercare programme

After completing your residential addiction treatment at our drug and alcohol rehab in Orkney, which normally lasts around 28 days, you’ll continue your recovery journey back at home.

Your first year after leaving our rehab can be quite difficult as you adjust to your new behaviours in a familiar setting; this is when you’re most prone to relapsing.

To this end, we continue to aid your recovery with our drug and alcohol aftercare programme which includes dedicated helplines, ongoing therapy sessions such as cognitive behavioural therapy or drug and alcohol relapse prevention.

It can also be helpful to continue your individual, group, or family counselling sessions once you’ve returned home.

Both you and your family may find it beneficial to have a specific time set aside to open up and discuss any concerns or thoughts you have; many people underestimate how valuable just talking can be.

Our friendly admissions team will be happy to answer any further questions or alleviate any concerns you may have regarding our rehab in Orkney.

Contact us on 01475 303998 or email us at [email protected] today.