Our drug and alcohol rehab in Ayrshire, can help you to beat your addiction in a safe and effective way.
We deliver the latest techniques in residential addiction treatments which are personalised to each client.
Our exceptional team of expert recovery workers are all specialists in addiction treatment, they will monitor your treatment 24/7, ensuring you’re safe and comfortable throughout the duration of your stay with us.
The first step to ask for help can be the most difficult, but it’s the most crucial step you can take to beginning your journey to long-term recovery.
We appreciate that you may feel anxious about admitting that you need professional support, but we can assure you there’s no cause for concern or embarrassment when contacting our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.
All of our team are highly experienced in dealing with a wide variety of conditions, your case will be treated with care and discretion.
With luxurious facilities, industry leading addiction treatments and a fantastic team of addiction specialists, we can assure you that our drug and alcohol rehab in Ayrshire will give you the best chance of achieving your long-term recovery goals.
What is our drug and alcohol rehabilitation process?
One of the most vital factors in your recovery, is that you must be willing to accept your situation, commit to a treatment programme and be prepared to change your behaviours to achieve long-term recovery.
You must take responsibility for your actions in order to see real change. If you’re going into this process half-hearted, then it’s unlikely the addiction treatment will be effective long-term.
Once you feel entirely ready to take on this challenging, yet highly rewarding experience, we can discuss the various mental health treatments and support we offer for addiction at our drug and alcohol rehab in Ayrshire.
We can then take you through our pre-screening assessment to review your physical and psychological health and check your medical history. This helps us to get to you know you better and understand more about the nature of your addiction.
Your pre-screening assessment also helps us to design a residential addiction treatment which is completely personalised to your unique needs.
When you’re ready to join our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, we’ll take you through our induction process to familiarise yourself with our high-quality facilities, friendly team and further discuss your upcoming treatment programme.
Do we offer drug and alcohol detoxification?
During the early stages of your treatment, we’ll likely recommend that you undergo a drug and alcohol detoxification which is essential to reduce your consumption of alcohol or drugs in a safe and controlled way.
We understand that drug and alcohol detoxification can be uncomfortable, particularly when withdrawal symptoms kick in.
We wouldn’t recommend it if we didn’t feel it would have such a significant positive impact on your long-term recovery; it really is one of the most effective methods in overcoming an addiction to alcohol or drugs.
Withdrawal symptoms could includes feeling dizzy, shaky, nauseous, or in more serious cases you could experience seizures, insomnia, or even delirium tremens (DT’s) for which you’ll need medical attention immediately.
This is why we strongly advise against any attempts of drug and alcohol detoxification without the supervision of a professional, medical team.
You would be putting yourself in real danger of causing life-changing damage to your physical or psychological health, it could even be fatal when not managed correctly.
When you’re in a safe and professional environment, our team are able to administer prescribed medication to help ease the pain of drug or alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Drug and alcohol detoxifications at our rehab centre have a very high rate of success, contact us today and leave your substance abuse behind.
What other residential addiction treatments do we deliver?
After successfully completing your drug and alcohol detoxification which can take a few days, you will hopefully feel more prepared and motivated to move on to your psychological and well-being therapies.
Your residential addiction treatment programme could include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), stress management, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, individual, group or family counselling, relaxation and sleep management, low level laser therapy, mindfulness, yoga, diet and nutritional supplement, fitness therapy, or art therapy.
By following our personalised, holistic, and structured treatment programmes, you’ll have the opportunity to understand the underlying reasons which may have caused your drug and alcohol abuse.
Having the ability to understand the reasons behind your addiction, contribute significantly to aiding your long-term recovery.
Drug and alcohol aftercare programme
Our dedicated support doesn’t end when you leave our private drug and alcohol rehab in Ayrshire, we’ll continue to offer our expert knowledge and assistance upon your return home.
The first 12 months after completing your residential addiction treatment is when you’re most likely to experience a relapse. When you’re back in your familiar home environment, you may find it difficult to maintain the new behaviours you’ve learnt at our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre.
This is why we offer all of our clients a free aftercare programme for the first year upon leaving our rehab.
It’s crucial that you continue to practise the tools you’ve developed for drug and alcohol relapse prevention at home.
Our aftercare team will be there to promote positivity and encourage your motivation to succeed in your long-term recovery goals.
Not only is it vital that you have all the support you need to continue your recovery journey at home, we will give your family and friends the guidance and advice they require to support you along the way.
To start your recovery journey at our drug and alcohol rehab in Ayrshire, get in touch with us today on 0800 012 6088, text HELP to 83222, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re confident this will be the best decision you’ll make to create a happier, healthier future to look forward to.
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