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Do you dream of a life away from addiction? Perhaps enough is enough, and you want to help your loved one get their life back on track? Either way, at Nova Recovery, we’ve helped so many people like you – and it’s your turn now.
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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.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and stress-related mental health conditions are all considered serious medical conditions, and the only way to get better is to go to rehab. Rehab isn’t a one-size-fits-all, and it’s important that you spend some time finding the right centre. Our team of advisors can help you with this.
During the initial conversation, we’ll ask a few questions to determine exactly what you need and which types of therapy we think would suit you best. Typically, you’ll have a choice between psychological therapies, talking therapies and creative sessions to help you to express how you’re feeling.
Treatment usually comes in the form of group and individual settings, and if you want your family and friends to be involved, it’s wise to seek a unit that allows visitors and family therapy.
Most patients are also required to detox before starting any treatment, but this is carried out in a safe and controlled environment. Detox is when the substances leave your body and can result in a number of side effects. Unfortunately, it’s one of the most difficult parts of trying to recover at home.
However, with a team of professionals by your side, who can guide you and prescribe medication to help ease withdrawal symptoms, the success rates are much higher.
Rehab in Saltcoats
At Nova Recovery, we offer treatment for alcohol addiction and stress-related mental health concerns from our private hospital in Scotland – just a short drive from Saltcoats. You might have seen there are two different types of rehab treatment – inpatient and outpatient.
At Nova Recovery, we provide inpatient residential treatment, which is where patients stay with us for a set period – usually 28 days – and are required to stay with us for the duration. In contrast, outpatient treatment is when patients complete treatment and therapy at a unit and are then required to go home in the evening.
Staying away from home is often a common concern for many. But it does offer higher chances of success, both now and in the future. This is because you have access to round-the-clock support and care with inpatient treatment and are also away from familiar temptations. Other benefits of inpatient treatment include:
- 24/7 support from a team of medical professionals
- State-of-the-art facilities
- Private accommodation
- Additional services like laundry
- All meals are taken care of
- Wellbeing and holistic activities to help you to foster new habits
- Regular visits from friends and family
Inpatient treatment usually isn’t provided on the NHS as a result of funding issues. However, it may be available through your health insurance if you have appropriate cover. As inpatient treatment includes accommodation, meals, and more access to facilities, this type of treatment is more expensive than outpatient. We believe that money should never stop you from recovering, so we’re happy to discuss your options.
The choice of whether to attend rehabilitation as an inpatient or outpatient is completely up to you. We’re here to answer any questions that you may have, though.
What Happens After Rehab?
Your journey to recovery isn’t just about your time at your chosen unit. The team will also ensure that you have everything you need to stay resilient once you leave. This includes appropriate counselling and mindset coaching, aftercare and relapse prevention advice and details of local support groups.
We also think involving your friends and family in treatment is important. This not only gives them the resources and skills they need to be able to support you once you leave, but it also helps them to understand what you’re going through. We also have a family referral line, intervention service and helpline so that no one ever feels alone.
Whichever addiction recovery treatment centre you choose, it’s important to know that everyone has your best interests at heart, and they’ll be with you every step of the way.
Admissions Process To Rehab In Saltcoats
Whether you’re looking for rehab options for yourself or want to kickstart the process for a loved one, all it takes is a quick phone call. Our friendly advisors have years of experience in addiction and recovery and will ask a few questions to get to know you better.
This is also a great opportunity for you to explain how you’re feeling, and we can help to put you at ease.
With the information gathered, our team can then get to work putting a few options together. A pre-admission screening assessment will also ensure that you’re mentally ready to start recovery. We ask for a deposit to secure your place, and an admissions date will be confirmed once this is paid.
On the day you arrive, you’ll meet the team and be shown around the unit. It’s normal to feel confused or even scared but just know you’re in the best place possible and you’re taking great steps towards your future.
However long your treatment plan is, you’ll be monitored to ensure the treatment is working and assess your progress.
Throughout your time at the rehab, it’s important that you discuss how you’re feeling as well as what you’re enjoying and those areas that are concerning you.
Reset and Recover
At Nova Recovery, we’re proud to have created a private hospital setting in Scotland that has helped hundreds of individuals heal their minds and bodies. Recovery is hard, but it can be done, and we’ve got plenty of stories to show you how.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is inpatient treatment like?
Inpatient treatment, due to the fact that you reside full-time at the place where you are receiving treatment, is a very intensive form of treatment. You will receive around-the-clock medical care from the comfort of a top-quality private bedroom. We will also provide you with three home-cooked nutritious meals prepared by our kitchen staff each day, as well as constant support.
How do I begin my addiction recovery?
Beginning your journey of recovery starts 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 our admissions team here at Nova Recovery. We will find the best treatment plan for you and get you on your way to a life of sobriety.
What is life like after rehab?
Life after rehab can be very difficult at first as it is a big transition to make. In residential rehab, you are surrounded by constant support in a comfortable and safe facility, which is often unlike your home environment. This is why we offer 12 months of free aftercare to ensure that you continue to be supported.
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