Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rothesay             
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rothesay              

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Rothesay

Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Within the UK alone, there are thousands of people who are suffering from addiction to alcohol or drugs. It’s only natural to find it very difficult to come to terms with your addiction as you want to avoid feeling vulnerable or are worried what people may think. It’s integral to your long-term recovery that you don’t this unfair stigma surrounding addiction get in the way of your rehabilitation. Our drug and alcohol rehab Rothesay are motivated and ready to help you create a happy and healthy future, but you must first take the brave step of getting in touch with our admissions team. They can talk you through our range of treatment options and answer any additional questions you may have about our treatment plans.

It’s no secret that drug addiction and alcohol addiction can have devastating effects on every aspect of your life. Even if you’re not aware of it, the destruction that addiction can cause between family and friends is devastating. Drug or alcohol addiction can also have a negative impact on your finances and also on your performance at work, potentially leading to a warning or even a dismissal.

In addition to all of these external factors that addiction negatively impacts, perhaps the most noticeable is the damage that substance abuse has on your physical and psychological health. The toxins within these substances are extremely harmful and can cause your behaviours to change as you’ll tend to act irrationally.


Are you suffering from Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Rehab Clinics Group are a leading UK based expert in alcohol rehabilitation treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. Call our confidential helpline on 0800 470 0382 or request a callback by clicking on the button below.

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Professional guidance on addiction therapies

Treating such a complex condition like drug or alcohol addiction requires a carefully thought out and personalised treatment plan to maximise the effectiveness of your chosen therapies. It’s not possible to treat drug and alcohol addiction with just medication, it’s crucial that you address not only your physical connection to the substance but also your psychological, social, and emotional connections to your drug or alcohol problem.

By joining our drug and alcohol rehab Rothesay, you’re taking advantage of the holistic approach to addiction treatment we offer. By combining physical, psychological and well-being therapies, our excellent team of skilled recovery workers will guide you every step of the way along your road to recovery.

To address your physical connection to alcohol or drugs, we highly recommend a drug or alcohol detoxification as this is the most effective way to gradually reduce your consumption of the substance in a safe setting under the supervision of medical experts. Some of the therapies we offer to break your psychological connection to drugs or alcohol include individual, group or family counselling, relapse prevention, stress management, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), and dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT). With regards to our well-being therapies, we deliver music therapy, mindfulness, yoga, low level laser therapy, relaxation and sleep management, nutritional supplement therapy, art therapy, and fitness therapy.

Drug and alcohol relapse prevention

One of the most important therapy sessions we provide you with is relapse prevention. It’s so important because this is most likely to be what you’ll put into practice as soon as you return home after completing your residential rehab. Within your relapse prevention sessions, our exceptional team of recovery workers will help you to identify the underlying causes of your addiction so that you’re able to recognise any triggers; this will help you to avoid any potential drug or alcohol relapses.

In our experience, some people have found it useful to include their friends or family within relapse prevention sessions so that they can also help to identify any triggers, helping to prevent any drug or alcohol relapses. However, if you do suffer from a drug or alcohol relapse, it’s important not to feel too disheartened. Going through a relapse is actually quite common, particularly within the first year after completing your drug or alcohol rehab. By joining a private residential rehab like ours in Rothesay, you’re giving yourself the best opportunity to achieve a long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. There’s no time to waste when it comes to rehabilitation, the longer you leave it, the worse it will get. Now is the time to make the best decision for yourself.

  • Is it safe to detox at home?

    Some people may attempt to detox at home; however, this is extremely risky and isn’t likely to be effective without the support of medical professionals. For a detox to be successful, you need to be within a safe and controlled environment like our drug and alcohol rehab Rothesay. Due to the likelihood of withdrawal symptoms, it’s crucial that you have medical assistance to administer any prescribed medication to ease the discomfort if needed. Many detoxifications at home are unsafe and unsuccessful.
  • Is residential rehab more effective than outpatient treatment?

    There’s no right answer to this question as what works for one person may not work for another person in the same way. The choice between residential rehab and outpatient treatment is personal to the individual. We can, however, advise that residential rehab generally has a higher rate of successful recoveries and is recommended for people suffering from a severe drug or alcohol addiction. Outpatient treatment provides more flexibility as you remain at home whilst visiting the rehab clinic each day, whereas with residential treatment, you’ll stay overnight at our drug and alcohol rehab Rothesay.
  • How do we take care of your mental health during the rehab process?

    Ensuring that your mental health is taken care of is important at all times but is particularly crucial when you’re going through such a challenging experience like drug or alcohol rehabilitation. Mental health issues and drug or alcohol addiction are commonly seen together so our team are very experienced in supporting your mental health alongside your addiction treatment and can offer expert professional guidance. If you’re suffering from both a drug or alcohol addiction and mental health issues, then we refer to this as a dual diagnosis and is completely treatable.