Treatment in Strathclyde
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Strathclyde

We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Strathclyde

Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Drug and alcohol addiction recovery involves the completion of various treatments, therapies, and processes. The most associated helps to motivate physical withdrawal, delivered as a drug and alcohol detox.

In tandem with physical intervention, therapeutic and holistic treatment services offer just as much effect across the addiction recovery process. The likes of cognitive behavioural therapy, mental health treatments and aftercare are essential whilst healing and restoring the mind.


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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A wealth of leading and comprehensive treatments can be experienced to a tailored level via private residential rehab here at Rehab Clinics Group. NHS treatment is also an option, offered on an outpatient basis, mostly suitable for mild diagnoses.

By checking into a private drug and alcohol rehab in Strathclyde, all necessary addiction treatment services can be worked through with assurance. A range of additional services can also be completed, to target individual needs and to improve the addiction recovery process.

Reach out on 0800 470 0382 to complete the admissions process into private drug and alcohol rehab.


Addiction help in Strathclyde

Drugs and alcohol are addictive and influential. Consuming either to a habit-like state can change how the body and brain operate, increasing the difficulties of withdrawal.

Over time, physical and psychological changes are expected, due to accommodating the presence of drugs and alcohol. Such changes will indicate the need for ongoing exposure, in order to fulfil internal needs and to reduce cravings.

To detach from drugs and alcohol, and to restore physical and psychological functioning, withdrawal, and rehabilitation are imperative. Achieved through completing the detoxification process, and a range of treatments and therapies, the cycle can be broken, and habits can begin to change.

With professional addiction help, a dedicated team of medical specialists and addiction experts will be on hand to support you towards sobriety. Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Strathclyde, plans will be tailored to individual needs and ready to begin as soon as you’ve completed the admissions process.


How does rehab work?

Drug and alcohol rehab is made up of various recovery tools and treatment options. Offering realistic bouts of change, rehab is renowned for inspiring physical and psychological restoration. Treatment programmes also work to promote sustainable recovery, alongside improving mental health and overall wellbeing.

Rehab is offered through two formats, helping to accommodate personal timelines, budgets and needs. Residential rehab is offered here at Rehab Clinics Group, delivering around the clock care and access to rehabilitation facilities. You can check into a private drug and alcohol rehab in Strathclyde, through our group, ready to complete 4 weeks of inpatient addiction treatment.

Outpatient rehab is the second form, which is flexible and adaptable to work alongside daily responsibilities and commitments. Yet as it is funded and facilitated via the NHS, visits to a local rehabilitation centre can take a number of months.

Whilst a convenient programme is offered on an outpatient basis, it is less effective whilst supporting recovering addicts. Residential rehabilitation instead offers the pace, guidance, life-changing services, and aftercare support to work through the entire addiction recovery process.


What happens during rehab?

Every rehab experience will be personal and accommodating. Private rehab programmes are fully tailored to meet personal needs and circumstances. Whilst there will be some undeniable differences between programmes, there are also some core steps to the drug and alcohol rehabilitation process.

Programmes are led by addiction specialists and professionals, offering support through various treatments and therapies. Effective treatment programmes will focus on detoxification, rehabilitation, and long-term recovery.

Detoxing from drugs and alcohol is a core step through addiction recovery. It removes all influences, promotes physical withdrawal, and helps to regulate cravings.

The detoxification process can be a tough step yet is safe and manageable with professional guidance. A medically assisted detox with the use of relevant prescription drugs will be offered through the safe environment of private rehab.

Rehabilitation is essential in order to heal the mind, unravel any negative habits, and address additional mental health issues. Sessions are offered on an individual, group and holistic basis, arranged across the rehab process.

Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Strathclyde, aftercare services, relapse prevention planning and self-help will also be promoted. Delivering educational sessions, preparing for long-term recovery will be possible due to the handheld approach of private rehab.

To CQC standards, inpatient rehab will be a private, compassionate, and effective process to work through. Getting better will be possible by starting off your journey at private rehab.


Treatments and therapies at Rehab Clinics Group

After completing a medically assisted detox, rehabilitation will be the next core milestone of addiction recovery. Treatments and therapies are arranged to focus on the mind and how the brain responds to drug and alcohol exposure.

From here, various sessions and tools will be implemented to adapt responses and to restore pre-addiction functioning. The aim will be to adapt responses to devalue the exposure and effects of drug and alcohol abuse. Therapy sessions will also help our clients understand the damages of substance abuse, whilst developing healthy habits, coping techniques and relapse prevention plans.

Sessions are also educational and help to prepare clients for life after rehab. Planning, aftercare services, holistic therapies, wellbeing activities and mental health treatments will also be available throughout the recovery process, to strengthen progress and susceptibility.

Treatments and therapies on offer include:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Dialectical behavioural therapy
  • One-to-one therapy sessions
  • Therapy with family members and family intervention support
  • PTSD therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Group therapy and support groups
  • Exposure therapy
  • Dual diagnosis treatments for mental health issues
  • Social activities and tasks
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Educational sessions
  • Holistic therapies, such as mindfulness, NAD+ therapy, and nutritional therapy
  • Stress management
  • 12 months of free aftercare


How long is rehab?

Personal needs and responses to treatment can impact the length of drug and alcohol rehab. Residential rehab programmes are averagely organised over a 4-week period yet can take a number of months for some people to complete.

The average NHS outpatient programme is offered over 3-6-months, taking a slower approach to addiction recovery.

Whilst it is important to dedicate as much time as possible to rehab, the process should also be motivating and sustainable. Through the admissions process, the most efficient treatment options will be shared, helping you select the most effective and accommodating in Strathclyde.


Cost of rehab

The final cost of private rehab is also found to fluctuate, due to personal needs, location, specialisms, and the use of addiction treatment.

Budgets are respected through residential rehab, making them accessible to all clients. Some rehab programmes can cost £3,000, whilst others can reach £10,000, all depending on personal needs.

Outpatient treatment is funded by the NHS, yet is less successful whilst treating addiction, making it a challenging commitment to invest in.


How to find a rehab in Strathclyde?

Finding a private drug and alcohol rehab in Strathclyde will be possible here at Rehab Clinics Group. By completing our pre-admission assessment, we can understand your needs and form the most suitable rehab programme via our group of treatment centres.

Nova Recovery is our closest rehab clinic, to Strathclyde, delivering a private and specialist addiction recovery journey.  Yet with a number of other rehab facilities in place, additional arrangements can be made to meet your needs, rehabilitation expectations and availability, beyond your local area.

Reach out through our helpline for support throughout the admissions process or for more information on our group of private rehab clinics.

  • Is drug and alcohol rehab expensive?

    How much drug and alcohol rehabs cost are dependent on a few different factors such as the length of addiction treatment you choose, whether you choose residential rehab or outpatient treatment, and if you choose to go private or with the NHS.

    At our drug and alcohol rehab in Strathclyde, we have an excellent range of treatment options available at different budgets, so don’t let cost be a barrier to turning your life around once and for all.
  • What is the best way to treat drug or alcohol addiction?

    This isn’t a simple question to answer as there is no ‘one fits all’ approach, and so there shouldn’t be. Every person has a completely unique journey into how they developed an addiction to alcohol and/or drugs so it is only realistic to expect a tailored treatment programme to be the most effective form of addiction treatment.
  • Do you need to undergo a drug or alcohol detox?

    All of our treatment programmes are personalised, however, one of our highly recommended treatments for most people is a drug or alcohol detox.

    By gradually reducing your consumption of alcohol or drugs, a medically assisted detoxification can safely remove your physical connection to the substance giving your body and your mind the opportunity to cleanse from these harmful toxins.

    This process will likely result in some withdrawal symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, mild nausea, insomnia, seizures, or delirium tremens (the DT’s) which will be managed by our medical team.