Drug and alcohol addictions are severe illnesses that drastically impair the lives of addicts and their loved ones

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As a result, when an addiction arises, treatment must be sought via a drug and alcohol rehab in West Dunbartonshire as quickly as possible. Addiction treatment can alternatively be sought via our rehab hospital.

Providing a range of treatments, each of which is personalised to the needs of our clients, here at Nova Recovery, we offer residential treatment at our state of the art rehab hospital located in Largs.

Located just 50 minutes away from West Dunbartonshire, find out more about the conditions we treat, our treatment options and our facilities here. Alternatively, call us today on 01475 303998 to start your recovery journey with us.

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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.

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Attending A Residential Rehab

Getting localised treatment in a Scottish drug and alcohol rehab is often preferred as it allows you to stay close to family whilst you undertake the programme., attending a residential rehab has many benefits.

These benefits include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Access to immediate support
  • Personalised treatment programmes
  • Round the clock specialist clinical care
  • One year of free aftercare support
  • Comfortable facilities

Attending a residential rehab also ensures that those in recovery have the ability to remove themselves from their everyday surroundings to focus solely on defeating their addiction.


Our Treatment Options

At Nova Recovery, we specialise in providing evidence-based therapeutic treatment options for drug and alcohol addictions.

To ensure that our patients have the best possible chance of overcoming their addiction, the following treatments form the basis of our programmes.

Understanding that no one addiction is the same, our treatment programmes are personalised to the needs of each person. To ensure that you are provided with the treatment you need, you will be required to complete a pre-admission assessment and a clinical assessment before commencing treatment.

These assessments will examine your physical health, psychological health, the severity of your addiction and the impact your addiction has had on your life. In doing so, appropriate treatment can be recommended and incorporated into a treatment programme.


Our Therapy Options

Although the therapy you will undergo during your time in our rehab hospital will, as noted above, depend on the impact your addiction has had on your life, it is not uncommon for the following therapies to be administered.

  • One-to-one therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Well-being therapy

Encountered throughout the rehabilitation stage of our treatment programmes, therapy plays a significant part in recovery. This is because therapy uncovers the root cause of addiction, identifies triggers and helps our patients understand their addiction in greater detail.


Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Unlike drug and alcohol rehabs in West Dunbartonshire, our team of recovery experts additionally support our patients in recovering from mental health disorders, such as anxiety, stress, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.

If treatment is required for co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders, additional therapy options, such as dialectical behavioural therapy, stress management, anxiety management and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, will be available.

These therapy options ensure that effective coping strategies can be created. They also guarantee that a happier and healthier life can be secured.



At Nova Recovery, we are committed to ensuring that all of our clients have the ability to make a long-term recovery. As a result, upon completing a personalised treatment programme, we present all of our clients with 12-months of free aftercare.

Significantly reducing the risk of relapse, our aftercare includes ongoing group therapy and one-to-one cognitive behavioural therapy. We additionally equip our clients with a cognitive behavioural therapy workbook for them to complete during the first year of their sobriety.

As with all of our treatments, our aftercare support is customised to the needs of each of our clients.


Contact Us Today

Although attending a drug and alcohol rehab in West Dunbartonshire may have been desired, attending our private drug and alcohol rehab hospital comes hand-in-hand with many benefits.

With personal and professional care available, contact us today to find out how we can support your recovery.

Likewise, if you had hoped to refer a loved one to a drug and alcohol rehab in West Dunbartonshire but now believe that our rehab hospital is the best place for them to begin their recovery, we also welcome you to contact us. In doing so, we can assist you in making a family referral.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a link between Addiction and Mental Health issues?

Yes, much research shows that there is a significant link between addiction and mental health issues. Many individuals who become addicted to substances, such as drugs and alcohol, are frequently diagnosed with underlying mental health issues. Likewise, those struggling with addictions are at greater risk of developing a mental health issue due to the psychological impact addictions have.

How do I get into Rehab?

Securing your place at a rehab requires you to complete an admissions process. Our admissions process, for example, will see you complete a five-step process that includes an initial enquiry, a pre-admission assessment and a clinical assessment. Our admissions process has been designed to ensure that treatment can be sought as quickly as possible. As a result, it is not uncommon for our clients to start treatment within just a few days of contacting us. Although this may seem alarming, the longer an individual is made to wait for treatment, the more severe an addiction becomes.

Can I refer an employee to Rehab?

If you think that an employee is struggling with an addiction, we welcome you to take advantage of our professional referral services by contacting our admissions team. In doing so, we will offer both yourself and your employee the support required, and we will work with you to ensure that your employee can commence treatment. It should be noted that your employee will be unable to continue to work during their time in our rehab hospital. This is because recovering from addiction requires complete dedication.