Treatment Rutherglen
Alcohol Rehab Centres In Rutherglen

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Rutherglen

Sadly, drug and alcohol addiction are persistent problems affecting Scotland. According to the latest government report from 2021, “Scotland continued to have Europe’s highest per capita rate of drug deaths, at 25.2 fatalities per 100,000 people” – demonstrating the need for high-quality addiction treatment.

Many people though refuse to accept that they have a drug or alcohol addiction and run the risk of having serious health problems in the future. Rehab Clinics Group is a collection of organisations with drug rehab and alcohol rehab centres all around the UK – and every day we help people come to terms with their addictions and get them the help they need.

If you are looking to get yourself into a treatment centre then you can start the process with us today. Our admissions process is very simple and our dedicated team are on hand to guide you through it, step-by-step. For loved ones, friends and colleagues of addicts – we provide many support services, including guidance on interventions, to help you in what is bound to be an incredibly stressful time.

Do I Need Addiction Treatment?

The main barrier to people entering a rehab centre is knowing if they need to go. Whether it is flat out denial, a fear of change or deciding that asking for help is somehow weakness, many people don’t get the help they need and continue their destructive downward spiral.

Some people are just unsure – their habits are so ingrained into them that they cannot figure out what is normal anymore. There are some questions you can ask yourself to determine if you have alcohol problems or a serious drug habit that needs to be treated.

Do you experience withdrawal symptoms when you stop taking drugs or drinking?

If your body is physically dependent on the toxins that alcohol and drugs provide then it will let you know it needs them once you stop. Withdrawal symptoms include insomnia, increased irritation, headaches, tremors, and many other side effects. If any of this happens to you when you stop, then you probably have a serious enough addiction problem to begin a rehab programme.

Is your social life affected?

If you are planning social engagements around your addiction, being called out on your behaviour, or only attending social events where you can more easily drink or take drugs then you are addicted. Addiction doesn’t only affect you but the people around you – and they will be the first to notice something is wrong.

Have you tried to stop and can’t?

This is a big one. If you have realised it’s an issue and tried to stop off your own back but failed – that is a clear sign your addiction is a problem. Being unable to quit alone is not a failure and coming to the realisation that you need help at a treatment centre is a step many people do not take.

There are many more questions to ask yourself, but if you have answered yes to these then it might be time to seek professional help.

Rehabs in Rutherglen

Initially, you may seek to attend an alcohol or drug rehab closer to home. While this may work for some people, attending an outpatient rehab takes much longer and has a much lower success rate. Staying close to the environment where you became addicted – nearby potential temptations and ruinous relationships – will leave you vulnerable and possibly lead to relapse.

The best option if you have a serious addiction is to attend an inpatient rehab – even if it is close to your home in Rutherglen – so you can take a break from your old world.


Choosing an Inpatient Rehab with Rehab Clinics Group

Inpatient rehab offers escape, time away from your old life, 24/7 care and an environment to recover that is comfortable and designed for recovery. The residential rehabs under the Rehab Clinics Group umbrella are all industry-leading facilities that bring a personalised treatment plan and holistic approach to addiction treatment.

At an inpatient rehab, you will have access to a wide array of therapy options not available on an outpatient basis or the NHS. Your life will be structured and allow you to focus on recovery – making sure your investment is not going to waste.

For the most effective form of recovery treatment, inpatient rehab is the best pathway.


Treatment Options with Rehab Clinics Group

Our comprehensive rehab programmes deal with both the physical and psychological sides of addiction.

You will complete a detoxification plan to wean yourself off the substance you are addicted to. This detoxification process, whether it be drug detox or alcohol detox, follows a similar path. To ease withdrawal symptoms, medication will be administered during the process and you will be supervised by care and medical professionals.

After this, you will begin therapy. Combining individual sessions, group therapy and well-being treatments you will begin to explore the source of your addiction and help you understand it better. If you are coming to us with mental health problems, such as depression caused by alcohol, then we can help you with that as well. We provide dual-diagnosis treatment that will help you with both your addiction issues and mental health problems.

At Rehab Clinics Group, we understand each person is a whole and more than their addiction. We want you to leave us in a much better place, physically and mentally, than when you came in.

Post-Rehab Aftercare

After leaving a rehab clinic, you may feel that you’ve come to the end of your journey and your relationship with Rehab Clinics Group is done. Many people come out needing to rebuild relationships, find a new job and start again. This can be incredibly stressful and stress often leads people to relapse.

At Rehab Clinics Group, we know that the immediate months after rehab are vital to achieving long-term recovery goals – and that is why we don’t just disappear once you have exited our doors. As an organisation, we are committed to helping you and so provide a free 12-month aftercare plan to help ease the transition back into the outside world.

Aftercare consists of attending weekly support groups where you can connect with others and build a support network. Through these meetings, you can continue the work you began at drug or alcohol rehab and hopefully stay sober.

Aftercare is a key part of recovery and is a great tool for relapse prevention. Those that engage with it are much less likely to relapse and live a substance-free life.

Contact Us Today

If you are ready for rehabilitation and interested in attending one of our many residential rehabs then reach out today by calling 0800 470 0382 or text HELP to 83222. Our team can answer any questions you have and put you in touch with private clinics that may be able to admit you within days of your initial enquiry.