To overcome this debilitating condition, you must seek professional support from a recognised drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre, otherwise you could be left with irreversible, life-long damage.
Our drug and alcohol rehab in Lanarkshire can offer you the perfect haven to create a future free from substance abuse.
We have a fantastic team of addiction specialists who will be there to help you every step of the way as you work towards achieving a long-term recovery. Contact us today on 0800 012 6088 or text HELP to 83222.
What are the benefits of joining a private drug and alcohol rehab?
Joining a private drug and alcohol rehab with a residential addiction treatment programme, gives you the opportunity to solely focus on your long-term recovery.
With no temptations or distractions of home-life, our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse is the ideal environment to concentrate on overcoming your addiction both physically and psychologically.
We pride ourselves on creating a positive and relaxed environment to ensure all of our clients are as comfortable as possible whilst undergoing their residential addiction treatment.
Our private drug and alcohol rehab facility is more luxurious than what you might expect from a rehabilitation centre. Achieving your long-term recovery is at the core of everything we do, so we make sure you’re as prepared and as comfortable as possible to maximise your success.
You will enjoy the privacy of your own room, home-cooked delicious meals, and all of your housekeeping needs taken care of. We arrange social activities such as quiz nights, film nights, group runs or walks, for you to participate in during your downtime.
What kind of therapies do we offer?
In addition to providing the most effective setting for your recovery, we also deliver a carefully selected range of evidence-based therapies, all of which have a high success rate.
These include our psychological therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, and individual, group or family counselling.
All of these help to remove your psychological connection to alcohol or drugs, thus it’s important to combine these with a drug and alcohol detoxification as well as a range of well-being therapies to ensure you receive a holistic approach to your residential addiction treatment.
Whilst well-being therapies may not be what initially comes to mind when you think about rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, they’re an essential aspect of your journey to long-term recovery.
Learning to take care of your well-being can make a significant difference to a more comfortable and long-lasting recovery, this is why we include our well-being therapies in all of our treatment programmes.
These therapies include mindfulness, yoga, meditation, relaxation and sleep management, low level laser therapy, fitness therapy, art therapy, and nutritional therapy.
If you complete our 28-day treatment programme featuring a combination of psychological and well-being therapies, you’ll have the greatest chance of achieving your long-term recovery goals.
What is drug and alcohol detoxification?
Drug and alcohol detoxification are the process of gradually reducing your consumption of alcohol and drugs so that your body can slowly adjust.
This is also the most effective way to remove the harmful toxins from your body which are damaging your physical and psychological health.
It’s important to do this in a controlled and safe environment like our drug and alcohol rehab in Lanarkshire, otherwise you’d be putting yourself at extreme risk. Any attempts to detox without the support of a medical professional are very dangerous and highly unlikely to have any lasting effect on your recovery.
However, with the constant supervision of addiction experts, drug and alcohol detoxification is a highly effective way to overcome your physical connection to substance abuse.
We’ll be there to watch over you and ensure your safety throughout the entire process. This can be quite an uncomfortable treatment, particularly as you begin to face withdrawal symptoms.
These symptoms could be mild nausea, dizziness, headaches, but they could also include severe insomnia, seizures, or delirium tremens which require urgent medical attention, highlighting the need for our specialist team.
Do we provide a drug and alcohol aftercare programme?
Completing a drug and alcohol aftercare programme is just as important as completing your residential addiction treatment. We provide 12 months free aftercare to all of our clients to aid with the transition back into homelife.
The first year upon returning home is the most challenging as it’s when you’re most likely to experience a drug or alcohol relapse. Our dedicated aftercare team remain there to support you in any way that they can with 24/7 helplines and ongoing therapy sessions as required.
Our aftercare programme includes specific strategies and steps for you to follow which are personalised to your unique recovery journey. This could be delivered with a 12-step programme, counselling sessions, or local support groups to ensure that you’re following an aftercare plan which is suitable to your needs.
If you weren’t to take the advantage of aftercare support, you’d be much more susceptible to a drug or alcohol relapse as old habits can resurface, particularly when you’re surrounded by possible temptations or old triggers.
We focus on offering a realistic plan that you can follow at home which includes personalised goals to increase your likelihood of sustained aftercare. We’ll also continue to encourage evaluations throughout your aftercare so that you can progress in a positive way.
If you’re comfortable doing so, it can be very beneficial to include your family or friends in your aftercare plan so that they’re aware of any potential triggers to help you prevent a drug or alcohol relapse.
Start your journey to recovery today
Are you ready to begin your journey and create a happier, healthier future?
If you’re prepared to give drug and alcohol rehabilitation your maximum effort, then contact our friendly admissions team today on 0800 012 6088 or text HELP to 83222.