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Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Drug and alcohol addiction can be incredibly difficult to overcome without help. Statistics show that evidence-based private drug and alcohol rehab programmes run by experts with years of experience in these areas can drastically improve your chances of getting and staying clean.

Drug and alcohol addiction in Scotland

According to the Scottish Government the average adult in Scotland drinks over a third more than the UK-wide lower-risk guidelines of 14 units per week. Drinking is culturally normalised but for many, it can become a serious problem, as can the abuse of illegal and prescription drugs.

There were at least 1,136 alcohol-specific deaths and 1,187 drug-related deaths in Scotland in 2018 but substance abuse does not have to lead to death to be harmful. As the Government also points out: “Higher risk alcohol use and problematic drug use are significant issues in Scotland, causing damage to people’s lives, families and communities, and contributing to violence and crime.”

 

Help Available With Nova Recovery

At Nova Recovery we offer a range of programmes and services designed to help you kick your destructive habits for good. Set in tranquil Largs, North Ayrshire, our private rehab clinic provides a haven where you can concentrate on recovery, away from the pressures and triggers you might have to face at home.

We offer far more than a pretty location however. Our facilities are state of the art and our teams have a wealth of experience in helping individuals to overcome addictions including alcohol, cocaine and other drugs. Whether you are seeking treatment for yourself or on behalf of family members or other loved ones, we are always on hand to help.

We offer rehab programmes and recovery services in the local area and beyond, with transport to the clinic from all over Scotland included in all of our programmes.

Treatment options and services

Here at Nova Recovery we can offer a full range of evidence-based programmes and treatments, all of which are designed, led and delivered by experts with a wealth of experience in the field of addiction recovery.

These treatments include supervised and structured detox programmes, therapies and full rehabilitation or rehab programmes. These can help you to break the cycle of addiction and develop the skills and strategies you need to make sure it stays broken.

 

Drug and alcohol rehab programmes

Detox is a crucial part of recovery but beating an addiction is a long-term, ongoing process. An effective rehab programme will help you to get the toxic substance out of your system and help you to deal with the immediate fallout. Beyond that, it will also equip you with the knowledge, strategies and skills you need to remain clean or sober once you leave our clinic.

This could involve a range of therapy types such as group therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy, as well as one to one counselling. Dealing with root causes, examining triggers and understanding addiction can all help you to deal with cravings, relapses and other issues that can recur once you return to your normal life.

Drug and alcohol detox

One of the most difficult and potentially dangerous steps in tackling an addiction is getting the substance out of your system and dealing with the immediate after-effects. This is a process known as detox or detoxification.

Detox can be extremely difficult to do without help. The withdrawal process can lead to severe physical and psychological symptoms as the body gets rid of the harmful substances. Addicts undergoing withdrawal may suffer pain, stress and extreme discomfort.

Many find it difficult to stay the course, especially when going ‘cold turkey’ alone. Detoxing without medical assistance or expert supervision can be dangerous and is far less likely to succeed.

We can offer 24-hour care and supervision during this vital stage of recovery. The process of detox can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of substance involved and the length and severity of addiction. We also recognise that many people may be struggling with addictions to more than one substance.

We never forget that everyone struggling with these issues is an individual. All our programmes are specifically tailored to help the individual and to give you the best chance to kick your dependency for good.

When to seek help for drug and alcohol problems

If you or someone you care about have a genuine problem with alcohol or drugs, the sooner you seek help the better. With that said, it’s never too late to turn your life around by dealing with your addictions.

For more information or to start the ball rolling you can call 0147 530 3039 in complete confidence or email info@novarecovery.co.uk.

Treatment options and services

Here at Nova Recovery we can offer a full range of evidence-based programmes and treatments, all of which are designed, led and delivered by experts with a wealth of experience in the field of addiction recovery.

These treatments include supervised and structured detox programmes, therapies and full rehabilitation or rehab programmes. These can help you to break the cycle of addiction and develop the skills and strategies you need to make sure it stays broken.

FAQ's About Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab

How effective is private rehab?
Residential rehabilitation programmes are one of the best and most effective ways to treat people with addictions. As a ‘live in’ resident or inpatient, you can devote the time you really need to overcome your drug, alcohol and behavioural addictions in a safe and supervised setting. You will also have all the support you need and the benefit of a range of treatment options and expertly created rehab programmes.
Why should I consider using a private service over the NHS?

The NHS is extremely stretched when it comes to resources for addiction problems. There is a tendency to lean towards ‘harm reduction’ strategies and the NHS has an extremely limited budget when it comes to referring patients to residential rehab centres. Even when this option is available, there is likely to be an extremely long waiting time.

Drug and alcohol addictions can and do wreck lives and it is important to address them as soon as possible. There are obviously costs involved in booking into a private residential rehabilitation centre but there are also likely to be both personal and financial costs if you do not effectively deal with your issues.

What is the main benefit that comes with paying for private rehab?
If you choose to pay for treatment at a private drug and alcohol rehab clinic you could be receiving the help you need in days rather than having to wait for weeks, months or even years. In some cases we can offer speedy same-day admissions when needed and our payment plans can help spread the costs of private treatment.