Not only will you receive leading addiction treatment, but you’ll also be provided with luxury accommodation, extensive treatment options and attentive staff.
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You may be tempted to try detoxing at home, or going cold turkey, but without a dual-diagnosis treatment programme and professional help, you’ll struggle to maintain sobriety.
Addiction impacts both your physical and psychological wellbeing, which is why your treatment must target both your mind and body for success.
Contact our friendly and supportive team at Nova Recovery today to start your journey to long term recovery.
When Should You Seek Help?
Admitting you have an addiction and reaching out for help is often the hardest step you’ll have to take in order to recover from your addiction. We understand that addiction forms deep rooted habits and the motivation that drives your consumption can be difficult to manage, meaning that reaching out for help can be extremely difficult.
That’s why we make it easy for you at Nova Recovery. With just a simple phone call, or email you’ll receive a free and confidential initial consultation to help you decide on treatment options and the next steps.
No matter the severity of your addiction, it’s never too late to ask for help. At Nova Recovery we provide holistic and personalised addiction treatment at our private rehabilitation hospital.
Anyone can become an addict and addiction can be fueled by numerous factors, such as stress, a trauma or mental health issues. If you cannot go 24 hours without consuming the substance you believe you’re addicted to then you should reach out for help.
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Troon
If you’re searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Troon and struggling to find the right solution for you, then we can help.
At Nova Recovery we offer residential addiction treatment, which means that you’re provided with luxury accommodation whilst receiving your holistic treatment.
Local holistic rehab in Troon can be difficult to find as you’ll mainly come across detox hospitals. However, without treating the root cause of your addiction, which is psychological, you cannot hope for long term recovery.
Despite the distance, Nova Recovery offers transportation services to help you arrive at the best location for your recovery. Our rehabilitation hospital is located within peaceful grounds that provide reflective spaces for healing your mind and body.
Residential Vs Outpatient Treatment
Recovering locally at rehab in Troon may seem like the best option initially, but outpatient treatment options can be more challenging than residential treatment.
Outpatient rehab provides treatments during the day and at the evening and weekends you return home. This option may seem ideal, as you can recover in the comfort of your own home and quite often is a cheaper form of drug and alcohol rehab.
However, outpatient treatment does not remove you from your environment, in which, the negative influences drive your addiction.
In contrast, residential rehab provides distance between you and your daily life as you’re provided with accommodation and each programme will initially last for 28 days. In this time, you’re provided with space to reflect, recover, and understand what drives your addiction, how to manage it and most importantly how to make positive lifestyle changes to help maintain long term sobriety.
Due to the distance that residential rehab creates between you and your daily life, it’s considered to be the most effective form of addiction treatment and has high levels of success in terms of long-term recovery.
Addiction Treatments At Nova Recovery
We understand that your journey to recovery is an extremely personal experience, which is why each of our treatment programmes is tailored specifically to the individual.
At our rehabilitation hospital we provide a range of holistic treatment options and upon arrival you’ll work with our professional team to design a programme that meets your requirements.
Every patient is assigned a dual-diagnosis programme, meaning both physical and psychological health are catered for. A detox is designed to help you rid your body from the substance and therapy treatment options are implemented to help you understand your addiction and its triggers.
You may believe that a detox is simple and can easily be completed on your own, but we would strongly advise against this. Withdrawal symptoms are common when detoxing, as your body reacts to the reduction in levels of the substance you’re consuming.
The withdrawal symptoms you experience will be dependent on the length and severity of your addiction, but in some cases these symptoms can be extremely uncomfortable and dangerous. Therefore, detox is always conducted under medical supervision at our hospitals.
Therapy treatment options range from Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), which is designed to address negative thought patterns to develop more positive habits, to individual therapy and even group therapy sessions. The therapy you receive will depend on your addiction, medical history and your own choices, as we’ll work closely with you to design your treatment programme.
During your stay at Nova Recovery, you’ll also get the opportunity to take part in various workshops, such as; stress management, art therapy and even fitness sessions.
Upon successful completion of your rehab in Troon you’ll receive a Relapse Prevention Plan, designed to help you maintain sobriety.
Start Your Journey to Recovery At Rehab In Troon
Admitting you have an addiction and reaching out is often the hardest step. Here at Nova Recovery, we understand that your journey is a personal one, which is why we only provide personalised treatment programmes.
Recovery is not a quick process, it takes time and commitment to achieve long term sobriety, but we work with our patients every step of the way to ensure that they achieve their goals.
By reaching out to our friendly and supportive team, we’ll provide you with a free and confidential initial consultation whereby we can start to understand you, your medical history and your current addiction. From there we can work with you to determine the best treatment programme for you and your recovery goals.