Treatment Lothian
Alcohol Rehab Centres In Lothian

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Lothian

Many people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction feel they have nowhere to turn. If all other attempts to stop taking substances and drinking have failed then it may be time for professional help.

Rehab Clinics Group are a treatment provider, operating many private drug and alcohol rehab facilities across the UK. We provide industry-leading addiction treatment and want you to know that you are not alone in your struggles.

In your darkest moment, you can turn to us for help. We will do everything we can to help you get clean.

Our admissions process is simple and quick, capable of getting you a spot in one of our facilities within days of your initial enquiry. If you know someone suffering from addiction and believes that drastic action is needed, we also offer intervention services.

Don’t waste any more time and start your recovery journey today – call us today on 03301 596 494.


Do I Have a Drug or Alcohol Addiction?

Many people do not seek rehabilitation because they are unsure if they have an alcohol or drug addiction. Others are in denial about the fact. Recognising you have an addiction problem is a major step in solving it.

If you have attempted to stop and are unable to – that is a clear sign you have a problem. Addicts regularly warp their life around their habits – abandoning friends, responsibilities and other aspects of their life to continue their addiction.

You may have also noticed that you need to increase your intake a lot more to get the same effect as before.

Beyond these signs, people around you may have noticed your drug intake or drinking. Whilst it may hurt you to feel persecuted or alone, they are looking out for you and you should listen.

Letting addiction fester will result in serious physical and mental health issues. You must get help sooner rather than later.


Should I Go to Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab in Lothian?

When it comes to seeking out a drug and alcohol rehab, there are two pathways open to you.

Outpatient rehab allows you to stay in your local area and work your addiction treatment around your life. Some people prefer this flexibility and wish to be close to an established support network.

Outpatient treatment is also cheaper and more likely available on the NHS or through local organisations.

Inpatient rehab offers an escape from your life. If your addiction is severe then this break may be just what you need. The treatment you have access to is also to a much higher standard and you will take part in a programme that has been catered towards you.

Though inpatient alcohol and drug rehab is more costly, it has shown to be the most effective method of addiction treatment.


Detox and Therapy Treatments for Addiction

At Rehab Clinics Group, we strive to deal with both the physical and psychological aspects of addiction.

The first stage of rehab is the detoxification process. You will abstain from substances until they have cleared out of your system and you are no longer physically dependent on them.

You will likely experience withdrawal symptoms during this period, though the severity of them cannot be predicted.

The processes of alcohol detox and drug detox are similar. The differences will come in withdrawal symptoms and medication that may be administered to help ease any bad side effects.

After detox, you will take part in a combination of individual, group and well-being therapies.

Our therapies provide a comprehensive addiction programme, supplying you with the skills to cope beyond rehab and better understand your addiction.

Therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), group therapy and sleep management therapy will help heal your mind, body and soul.


How Long Does Rehab Last?

It is recommended that you complete at least a 28-day programme in rehab. Over this amount of time, you can end your physical dependence on substances and have begun to understand your addiction better.

How long you stay in treatment is up to you though. If you wish to remain longer then you must pay more for the privilege.


How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The cost of treatment can differ depending on what you may require during your time in rehab. On average, private drug and alcohol rehab will cost roughly £1000 a week.

Whilst this is expensive, it’s important to see it for the long-term investment it could be if you are determined to achieve your recovery goals. However, no matter how expensive or luxurious the treatment facility is, there is no replacement for your willingness to succeed and get clean.


What Happens After Rehab?

Completing rehab is a huge step but not the end of your recovery journey. Alongside feelings of pride and happiness at getting sober, you may also be feeling apprehensive about what comes next.

After leaving the rehab clinic, you have to deal with the numerous difficulties you may have left behind – repairing relationships, building trust and reigniting your career.

We at Rehab Clinics Group understand that is period immediately after rehab can be critical to your long-term success.

Most relapses occur within the first few months of completing treatment, so we make it our business to offer you the support and guidance you need even after you’ve left one of our facilities.

To help you during this time we provide a free 12-month aftercare package. Focused on relapse prevention, this package takes the form of weekly support meetings attended by fellow recovering addicts.

These meetings are great for connecting with others and building a support network that can help you beyond the first year of rehab.

When you are experiencing hard moments on your recovery journey it is good to have people to turn to – these meetings can provide you with that invaluable resource.

Those that engage with aftercare are much more likely to achieve their recovery goals and get better at coping with potential relapses and struggles in the future.


Get Help Today

If you are ready to overcome your addiction and looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Lothian, then contact the team at Rehab Clinics Group to find out more about our treatment options.

You can call us at 03301 596 494 or text HELP to 83222 to find out more.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is rehab expensive?

    There are many options when it comes to rehab and so the cost varies. If you are wanting to access a premium private inpatient rehab, then the cost will be a lot more than going on an outpatient basis. Outpatient rehab is typically free as an NHS service, as you are accessing fewer facilities (private room, food) and can be an option for those with a mild dependence on drugs and/or alcohol. These services usually long waiting lists and the quality of care might not match that of a private facility.
  • How do I prepare to go to rehab?

    Sorting out what you are taking with you is a must – remember to only bring the essentials. One of the most important things is to make sure you start treatment with a positive mindset that is ready and willing to work and self-reflect. Approaching rehab with a good mindset means that your time there is less likely to go to waste.
  • What are the most effective treatments?

    Medical detoxification can help deal with the acute physical symptoms of drug or alcohol withdrawal. Behavioural therapies such as DBT and CBT can help address attitudes and motivation for changing and improve problem solving. Combining this with group therapy can help maintain sobriety long after rehab. Not everyone is the same though and the treatment plan must fit the individual.