Are you looking for a solution to your drug or alcohol addiction? Look no further. Our private rehab in Scotland combines comfortable, quality accommodation with exceptional treatment programmes, proven to support your recovery from addiction. We’re dedicated to helping individuals, families, and communities from all walks of life achieve long-term recovery. We take the time to get to know you and the nature of your addiction, this enables us to create a bespoke treatment programme which benefits you most. Our modern facilities and experienced team take care of all your needs during your stay with us.Have you ever debated rehabilitation for drug or alcohol addiction?Maybe you have considered tackling your addiction on your own? We can reassure you, our rehab in Scotland is the best choice you’ll make for your health, physically and psychologically. Contact us today on 0147 530 3039 to secure your place at our renowned rehab centre.

What are the benefits of joining a rehab centre?

If you’re struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, your whole life can be affected. From damaging your physical and psychological health to destroying relationships with family and friends, it’s vital that you seek support immediately to overcome your addiction and live a happier life free from alcohol or drugs. Our experienced team of medical professionals are there to support you 24 hours a day, every day of the week.

Here at Nova Recovery, we have helped countless people succeed in their recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. We understand that each person has a unique journey to becoming addicted to alcohol or drugs, and therefore will have a unique journey to recovery. Our consistent, skilled approach to addiction treatment will give you the best chance of success whilst keeping your physical and psychological well-being at the forefront. If you choose to go without drug and alcohol treatment or attempt recovery alone, it’s likely that you’ll experience relapses making the recovery process even more challenging.

 

How do you know if you need to join drug and alcohol rehabilitation?

One of the hardest challenges to overcome is accepting that you need support. However, once you can, you can then commit yourself to following our treatment programme. If you’re reading this, you’ve already taken a step towards freeing yourself of drug or alcohol addiction. With your commitment to improving your life and our motivation to support you along the way, recovery isn’t impossible, it’s actually highly probable.

Before you embark on our treatment programme, acknowledging the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction is very important. Substance dependency can be potentially lethal. Regularly, addiction can result in organ damage and disease. There is also a strong link between physical and psychological damage when it comes to substance abuse with the majority of addicts abusing substances to elevate mental health problems. Meaning professional treatment is required to tackle this complex illness. If you’re suffering with a mental health issue as well as an addiction to alcohol or drugs, we encourage you to speak with us. We call this dual diagnosis and can design a bespoke treatment programme to target both of your conditions effectively.

 

What addiction treatments do we deliver? 

At our renowned drug and alcohol rehab clinic, we offer various treatments, some of which may be more effective than others for your situation. One of the most challenging stages of treatment is also our first to be recommended; which is a drug and alcohol detox. The detox clinic helps to remove the harmful toxins, allowing your body to begin recovery. You will be monitored throughout at all times by a medical professional as your drug or alcohol intake is gradually reduced.

 

It’s quite common to experience withdrawal symptoms during a detox. These can range from mild nausea to extreme pain, potentially resulting in life-changing illnesses. This is why it’s so important to join our rehab centre where our experienced team can protect and support you through this, as opposed to attempting a detox alone at home which can be very dangerous. Rest assured we always concentrate on your health and safety during these treatments, it’s our number one priority. Subsequent treatment will have a much greater effect on your recovery after detoxing from a drug or alcohol, which is why this is completed first.

Our experienced team deliver cognitive behavioural therapy, known as CBT, for those who suffer with persistent psychological fixations or mental health problems. We understand that drug or alcohol abuse can be damaging both physically and psychologically, accordingly we target bettering both during your treatment. CBT focuses on remodelling your approach and awareness towards substance abuse. Effectively disconnecting you from negative attachments and allows you to see a positive future ahead without drugs or alcohol.

 

Our all-inclusive aftercare programme

Upon completing your treatment programme at our rehab in Scotland, you may still have worries about staying sober in the long-term. This is why our aftercare plan is so important. It’s designed to help you maintain motivation and avoid relapsing. We offer all of our clients a free 12-month aftercare plan, we feel it’s crucial to succeeding in long-term recovery.

Throughout your treatment, we will have provided you with the necessary tools to cope with certain negative influences or temptations on your return home. Perhaps you’d like to try to rebuild any relationships which were damaged as a result of your addiction? We can recommend family therapy sessions and dedicated helplines to help you achieve this. You may also find it useful to continue your recovery through a 12-step programme such as Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous. These offer fantastic support groups giving you the opportunity to open up with people in similar situations to you.

If you have any more questions about our treatment centre, need advice or support, we’re happy to alleviate any concerns you may have. To join the most effective drug and alcohol rehab in Scotland, contact us today on 0147 530 3039.