Here at Nova Recovery, we specialise in ensuring people overcome their addictive disorders effectively, with understanding, and in an appropriately timely manner.

Alcohol and drugs are substances which can be difficult to withdraw from. They are both addictive, normalised in society and heavily exposed. They result in positive reinforcements, and carry such highs that users start to tolerate the lows.

Through drugs, alcohol and their addictive traits, tolerances can develop, as can physical and psychological changes. Over the course of an addiction, it will become harder and harder to quit, due to habits, changes, and routines.

 

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With professional and medical help, understanding and overcoming the effects of substance abuse is possible. By completing various treatments and therapies, tolerances can be lowered, consumption can be diminished, and regular functioning can be restored, to cope without drugs and alcohol.

Delivered through private rehab, immediate, personalised, and proven addiction treatment can be accessed, providing the opportunity to withdraw and rehabilitate. Although outpatient treatment on the NHS is also a rehab option, it can take longer to get started and can be harder to maintain a consistent recovery plan, due to demand.

Begin the withdrawal and rehabilitation processes with our help here at Nova Recovery, providing direct access into a drug and alcohol rehab in Rothesay. For confidential advice or for more information on our private recovery hospital, contact our team on 01475 303998.

 

Addiction treatment help

Without professional help and addiction treatment, drug and alcohol problems can become reoccurring. As internal and external changes are caused through the abuse of both substances, it can be difficult to break away from drug and alcohol consumption and its norms.

Drugs and alcohol are heavily promoted, accepted, and normalised. Withdrawing from them whilst situated in accepting environments or surrounded by influences can be difficult.

Instead, experiencing addiction treatment help and advice will help with withdrawal, rehabilitation, and recovery. Treatments and therapies are invaluable to experience through rehab, offering the tools to withdraw and control future cravings. Also facilitating the environment and basis to change and commit to addiction recovery, rehab offers a positive start to sober living.

Available to CQC standards, finding a drug and alcohol rehab in Rothesay will be the most beneficial choice. Addiction treatment help can be experienced in a wealth of ways, offering the best type of treatment and support for each individual.

 

How does rehab work?

Rehab brings together various services and tools to treat drug and alcohol problems. Various services are included, such as evidence-based, holistic, and mental health treatments, combined through a bespoke approach. It considers and respects individual needs and circumstances, by recommending the most effective and safe forms of treatment.

Providing direct access to professional guidance and support, rehab is led by a highly qualified and skilled team of nursing, addiction, mental health experts. Offering an assuring recovery process, CQC registered rehab programmes are safe and accredited.

Boasting a clinical yet comfortable setting to recover from, private clinics facilitate a safe, intimate space. Facilities stand as a meeting point for loved ones, offer a community feel and deliver an escape from drugs, alcohol, and their addictive influences.

Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Rothesay, a professionally led programme, service and environment will be ready for you to experience. Through residential rehab, each day of a 28-day programme will embody rehab and its progressive offering.

Professional help and addiction treatment services can be completed with NHS backing. Yet forecasting progress can be harder through outpatient treatment, due to waiting lists and unclear recovery timeframes.

You will have some treatment options to consider whilst pressing ahead with rehab. The most suitable for your circumstances and the most beneficial for your needs are recommended here at Nova Recovery.

 

What happens during drug and alcohol rehab?

Drug and alcohol rehab is fully bespoke and adaptable yet will be made up of some necessary steppingstones. The aim of rehab is to help clients withdraw from their drugs and alcohol, rebuild their control and mindfulness, and prepare for long-term recovery. Each steppingstone will be guided by various addiction treatments and therapies.

Throughout rehab, observations, assessments, and one-to-one therapy sessions will be offered to make sure that progress is likely. Supported by a dedicated team, our clients will be guided across the 28-day timescale, followed by 12-step plans and 12 months of aftercare services.

Withdrawal will be the first steppingstone of our evidence-based approach, achievable through a detoxification process. Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Rothesay, the most suitable environment will be provided, to safely work through withdrawal symptoms.

The rehab process will then continue with therapy sessions, underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy, helping to rebuild emotional stability and coping. Our sessions are formed to improve mental health, boost accountability, and to also support loved ones and friends.

Planning is the final steppingstone of rehab, helping our clients envision and experience long-term recovery. Our treatment plans promote relapse prevention sessions, educational services, a wide range of resources and support with lifestyle management. Positive changes and commitments can be achieved, and some realistic goals can be set through drug and alcohol rehab.

Addiction recovery is a thorough process which should consider each area of life and wellbeing. Our treatment programmes are holistically designed here at Nova Recovery to increase the likelihood of recovery. We also specialise in mental health recovery, helping clients through dual diagnosis.

 

Treatments and therapies at Nova Recovery

A 28-day inpatient rehab programme will involve the completion of leading treatments and therapies. Personally recommended, the most progressive combination will be ready to work through. Below are some of the treatments and therapies that you can expect to complete to overcome both drug and alcohol problems, and poor mental health.

  • Group therapy, family therapy and individual therapy
  • Therapy sessions, underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy
  • 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
  • Aftercare services over a 12-month period

 

How long is rehab?

The average private rehab stay lasts 28 days. Across a 4-week timeframe, key recovery steppingstones can be fulfilled. For some clients, longer stays will be recommended to also address further problems or to strengthen relapse prevention. All clients will then have access to 12 months of aftercare in Rothesay.

The difference between inpatient rehab and outpatient treatment is that plans via the NHS follow a much slower pace. The average outpatient programme can take 3 to 6 months to fulfil key steppingstones.

 

Cost of rehab programmes

Inpatient rehab can cost anything between £3,000-£10,000. It will need to be personally funded or claimed through private healthcare insurance. Depending on which rehab clinic and programme you select, costs will fluctuate. Your location, addiction severity and the specialism of your treatment centre can also reduce or increase the average cost.

To make sure that rehab is a doable process, private rehab services are flexible. Your budget can be prioritised whilst attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Rothesay.

For NHS treatment, services are free to access. Yet services can be harder to begin and stick to due to demands and inconsistencies. Private rehab through our private recovery hospital is instead favoured.

 

How to find a rehab in Rothesay?

Visiting a local treatment centre will be possible here at Nova Recovery. By completing an admission, we can get to know your needs and prioritise them whilst recommending addiction treatment services.

Contact our helpline to find a drug and alcohol rehab in Rothesay or to receive further information on how we can help you through addiction recovery.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I begin my recovery?

Starting your addiction recovery journey via private rehab will be best. If you’re keen to get started, admissions are quick into private rehab, allowing for a proactive turnaround. An admission can be completed by referring yourself for addiction treatment and professional guidance, through a local rehab facility. Once you’ve selected a facility, shared your needs, and refereed yourself for treatment, the admissions process can begin, to secure your rehab programme.

How long does rehab last?

Rehab programmes can vary in length. Factors which can impact the length of your rehab experience include the amount and type of treatment that you complete, the rehab programme that you select to experience, and your response to rehab. By selecting inpatient rehab, a typical programme can be completed in 28 days. For outpatient rehab, a typical programme will take a number of months to complete. If you have any further issues to address, the timeline of rehab can also prolong. Yet here at Nova Recovery, we aim for efficient rehab experiences, followed by 12 months of aftercare.

What is inpatient treatment like?

Inpatient treatment is a safe, private, and progressive process. It’s a 360-recovery experience, offering everything from the right environment to the right recourse and to the right forms of support to recover from addiction. Checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Rothesay will provide you with a comfortable, assuring and a medically assisted experience. You’ll also experience a community feel, various treatments to improve all-round wellbeing, and the chance to change through a rapid programme. Residential rehab is the most beneficial way to recover from addiction. High success rates and positive experiences are the result of a completed inpatient programme, which you can encounter here at Nova Recovery.