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Why a Rehab Centre? A residential detox centre will provide a safe environment to detox from drugs and alcohol. Once an individual is physically addicted to drugs and/or alcohol the detoxification process requires medical supervision. Following detox, the individual can then enter a programme of rehabilitation with various aftercare options available, all of which improve the individuals chances of long-term success.
The Clinic is Scotland's leading independent acute psychiatric hospital. The hospital has an excellent reputation for its range of services and standards of psychiatric and psychological care in the areas of addictions, general psychiatry and eating disorders.
The goal of treatment on our alcohol and drug addiction treatment programme is to facilitate long-term recovery through abstinence, restoring psychological and physical wellbeing as quickly as possible, thus helping patients to regain control of their lives.
All patients are admitted under the care of a consultant psychiatrist and have a named primary nurse who co-ordinates their programme.
The treatment provider is a leading independent specialist provider of health and social care services, throughout England and Scotland.
The treatment centre is a specialised detoxification/rehabilitation service providing a range of evidence based interventions for clients experiencing drug and/or alcohol dependency. The centre offers 21 individual en suite bedrooms for detox/rehabilitation clients within a 15th century heritage building, nestled in the hills of Central Scotland. All clients have a full medical assessment on admission and receive treatment based on their agreed Care Plan. Care Plans are reviewed daily and any changes necessary are agreed between the client and the Medical Director.
The treatment centre in Sunderland is a 34 en-suite bedded inpatient specialist drug and alcohol treatment service in Tyne & Wear which has been established for 13 years.
The centre provides alcohol/drug detoxification along with methadone/ subutex stabilisation using highly effective evidence-based interventions. We cater for adults with complex needs including poly-drug use, pregnant drug users and dual diagnosis.
In addition to this we offer a 12 week rehabilitation programme as well as a 4 week intensive programme. With a 24 hour nursing team, we have a Medical Director with many years of experience in the addictions field, as well as nurse prescribers, counsellors, keyworkers and support staff.
Our service is unique to the region and we constantly receive positive feedback from our clients and referrers on the standard of our care.
NA meetings are held all across the UK and provide a network of support or a form of self-help for drug addicts. NA meetings are based upon the foundations of the AA movement; they are spiritual, not religious, there is no requirement to talk at a meeting and anonymity is protected rigorously. Drop out rates are high, but for those that remain abstinence rates are excellent.
The following are a list of meetings close to you.
|Coatbridge||St Andrew's School Community Centre Old Monklands Road||Friday||7:30|
|Uddingston||Viewpark Parish Church 400 Old Edinburgh Road Viewpark||Thursday||8:00|
|Airdrie||2nd Floor, Victoria Primary School Queen Victoria Street||Monday||7:30|
|Airdrie||Chapelside Center Waddell Street||Thursday||7:30|
|Cumbernauld||Muirfield Community Education Centre 1 Brown Road||Wednesday||7:00|
AA meetings are held all across the UK and provide a network of support or a form of self-help for alcoholics. AA meetings are spiritual, not religious, there is no requirement to talk at a meeting and anonymity is protected rigorously. Drop out rates are high, but for those that remain abstinence rates are excellent.
|Motherwell Muirhouse Big Book||ISA Money Centre, Muirhouse Rd, Muirhouse||Thursday||20|
|Motherwell Muirhouse Big Book Study||ISA Money Centre, Muirhouse Rd, Muirhouse||Thursday|
|Motherwell Primary Purpose Big Book||Motherwell Baptist Church, 43/47 Windmill St||Monday||20|
|Newarthill Beginners Big Book Discussion||St Teresa's Church Hall, Benford Ave||Thursday||12|
|Newarthill: Discussion Hour||St Theresa's Church Hall, Benford Ave.||Tuesday||16|
The NHS provides limited help for alcohol addicted individuals. Limited residential clinic spaces and more likely, outpatient services including counselling can be accessed – although the waiting list can be lengthy.
|North Cumbria Addictive Behaviours Service (West Cumbria)||Workington Infirmary, Infirmary Road||Workington||CA14 2UN||01900 68739|
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