Are you feeling overwhelmed when deciding on a drug and alcohol rehab hospital and programme? Do you have so many unanswered questions which are ultimately reducing your desire to commit to rehab? 

Your current thought-process is very common. After all, living with an addiction is difficult. Deciding to recover is also a difficult step. Yet, arranging rehab shouldn’t be difficult, helping you accept professional support, easier.

At Nova Recovery, we understand the necessity of a seamless rehab admission process. We appreciate the difficulties that you’ll currently be experiencing, especially through planning on physical and psychological levels, for drug and alcohol rehab.

With this in mind, to ease this time for you here are some of our most commonly asked questions, relevant to you, all around visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Renfrew.

We hope that the below helps to rectify your unanswered questions or concerns, and helps you to value drug and alcohol rehab, as an impending journey, once again. If you do however have personal questions, no matter how personal or unconventional, we are here to support you.

We can even facilitate your rehab journey for you if you are hoping to remain close to Renfrew, helping you benefit from residential rehab which can meet all of your needs. Choose an easier decision-making process by reading our below Q&A on rehab.

 

Can I recover via a Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Renfrew?

At Nova Recovery, we commonly receive enquiries from clients who doubt their abilities to recover on local scales. This is understandable, as many individuals believe that they will feel influenced by current drug and alcohol triggers while remaining within their usual habitual environment.

If you’re feeling like this while considering a drug and alcohol rehab in Renfrew, it is, therefore, a natural concern. In some situations, localised recovery will in fact be discouraged, following the above reasons. Some individuals will struggle through exposure to their current drug and alcohol triggers.

However, if you select a drug and alcohol rehab hospital, just outside of Renfrew, those risks will significantly reduce, while also providing the convenience of localised recovery. This is exactly what you can encounter at Nova Recovery, conveniently located for Renfrew locals, yet offering space and privacy, away from drug and alcohol exposure.

 

How expensive is Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

The cost of drug and alcohol rehab can all depend on a number of different factors. Firstly, the exact route that you select can impact the cost of rehab. For example, NHS treatment services are free, whereas private drug and alcohol rehab will carry an investment.

However, we discourage you to select a rehab route down to its cost, as free/cheap rehab programmes will be ranked as lower quality, reducing your ability to recover.

If you do select a private drug and alcohol rehab in Renfrew, the length of your rehab stay will also dictate the cost of your programme. Some clients will require a longer stay in order to fully rehabilitate. This of course will induce a higher investment.

Lastly, the amount and type of addiction treatment that you require will also influence the cost of drug and alcohol rehab.

As all rehab programmes will differ, providing an accurate cost can be difficult. To source this, we encourage you to contact our team.

However, it is important to remember that an investment is necessary to benefit from drug and alcohol rehabilitation. The greater your investment, the greater the recovery rates you will encounter.

By selecting a low-quality rehab hospital, for its price, you could cost yourself your future life, health and ability to avoid drugs and alcohol.

 

Why should Rehab last 28-days?

A typical rehab programme on a residential basis will last 28 days. Within that timeframe, detoxification will be aimed for, psychological repair will be aimed for, and relapse prevention planning will be aimed for.

With this in mind, 28 days stands as the optimal time to achieve all milestones of drug and alcohol rehab. Alongside this, 4 weeks provides enough time for you to unravel old habits, linked to drug and alcohol abuse, along with building new healthy strategies to cope through rehab and long-term recovery.

It is important to remember that addiction recovery will take some time. Like your financial investment, the more time that you can dedicate now to rehab will benefit you in the long-term, back in Renfrew.

 

Can I leave Rehab sooner if I’m sober?

Reaching the status of sobriety is possible at a rapid rate through drug and alcohol rehab. Physical withdrawal, through detoxification, will usually kickstart a rehab programme. With this in mind, once your consumption levels have been reduced, soon becoming insignificant, you will be classified as sober.

However, recovery will need to surpass the status of sobriety, by ensuring that you are recovered on both physical and psychological levels.

With this in mind, you will need to remain at and commit to rehab for your entire programme, ensuring that you can also complete addiction treatment services, such as CBT, relapse prevention and stress management.

By rushing the process and returning home to Renfrew as soon as you stop consuming drugs and alcohol, there’s a high chance that you’ll soon be returning to rehab, carrying an additional cost, and resulting in another comprehensive rehab programme.

 

What type of coping strategies are healthy?

Throughout visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Renfrew, you will be guided by professionals. However, post-rehab, your recovery will mainly be down to you. With this in mind, it is imperative that you learn some healthy coping strategies to bypass the once supportive characteristics of drug and alcohol abuse.

Healthy coping strategies, which you’ll develop will include anything from exercise, to talking therapies, to new exciting hobbies, to positive relationships, to healthy routines and to proactive distractions.

As standard coping strategies will not work for everyone, it’s important that you find your own personal way to cope through drug and alcohol cravings, helping you remain sober.

Greater insight into relapse prevention and post-rehab life will be provided throughout your rehab stay. However, if you have further questions now, prior to committing to rehab, feel free to contact our team at Nova Recovery.

Remember, we are here for you, to ease your rehab selection and encounter with drug and alcohol rehab. If you’re looking to visit a drug and alcohol rehab in Renfrew, we encourage you to experience the benefits of residential rehab, here at Nova Recovery.