Now is the time to take back control of your life and get rid of alcohol and drugs once and for all. Here at Asana Lodge, our drug and alcohol rehab Dumbarton can help you to live a life free from addiction.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Dumbarton

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Whilst you may feel as though you have your drinking or drug taking under control, it’s highly likely that you’re subconsciously downplaying your symptoms or potentially even in denial about your addiction to alcohol or drugs.

It’s a natural human instinct to hide these unwanted behaviours, you may be trying to hide your addiction from friends, family, and from yourself.

Whether you recognise it or not, your addiction is likely to be controlling your behaviours and your general outlook on life, impacting almost every aspect of your life such as your physical and psychological health, your financial situation, your career prospects, and your relationships with loved ones.

Addiction truly has no positives and no place in your life should you wish to create a happy and healthy future to look forward to. Regain control over your addiction and take back your life.

Call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at to begin your road to recovery.


How can we help you?

Without even realising, the side effects of addiction can quickly take control over your decisions, your emotions, and your actions. You might not associate your change in behaviour with your addiction to alcohol or drugs, however, the most common reason behind this negative change in behaviour is likely to be your substance abuse.

Our drug and alcohol rehab Dumbarton will help you to break your physical, psychological, emotional, and social connections to the substance.

Our rehabilitation centre is a positive, recovery focused environment where we remove all of the distractions that are present in daily life. Our fantastic team will take care of your laundry, housekeeping and ensuring you receive daily nutritious meals to aid your recovery.

We also arrange social activities for you to enjoy in your downtime such as group walks or runs, quiz nights, film nights, and family visits. It’s important to have that balance between dedicated therapy sessions and time to socialise with others who are in a similar situation to you, all the while within a safe and secure setting.

Our drug and alcohol rehab Dumbarton provides personalised addiction treatment programmes to give you the greatest opportunity of achieving your long-term recovery.

Our carefully selected therapies will consist of those which focus on improving your well-being in addition to breaking your physical and psychological link with alcohol or drugs.

This holistic approach to addiction treatment is highly effective and is what helps our rehabilitation centre produce so many successful recoveries.


What kind of Addiction Treatment do we offer?

As we mentioned, all of our clients will receive a tailored addiction treatment programme featuring therapies which will be most effective for their specific condition. It’s typical that you’ll start off with a visit to our detox clinic once you’re settled into our rehab in Dumbarton.

By undergoing a drug or alcohol detox, you’re gradually removing the harmful toxins from your system which are there as a result of your substance abuse. It’s critical that this is done in a safe and controlled manner, under the constant supervision of our medical team.

Whilst a drug or alcohol detox is a very common process at most rehabilitation centres, it can be dangerous when it’s not managed correctly. We’ve seen many people become disheartened over failed attempts at a drug or alcohol detox at home alone.

Unless you have the knowledge and support of a professional team of addiction specialists on hand, you’re unlikely to have a successful detoxification. You’ll just be setting yourself up for disappointment through a failed detox whilst putting yourself in great danger of causing life-changing damage should you encounter drug or alcohol withdrawal during your detox.

Withdrawal symptoms are very common during a detox and should be handled with care. These vary between each person but can range from mild nausea and dizziness to the more severe symptoms of delirium tremens (the DT’s), insomnia, and seizures.

Our expert team will be able to administer prescribed medication to ease the discomfort if necessary, whereas if you were to encounter these withdrawal symptoms during an at home detox, you could have fatal results.

Following the successful completion of your visit to our detox clinic, our team of recovery workers will begin your therapy sessions with you. Prior to joining our rehab in Dumbarton, we’ll have taken you through a pre-screening assessment to get a better idea of your physical and psychological well-being and to understand which therapies will benefit your unique condition most.

It’s likely that you’ll require a mixture of therapies to achieve your long-term recovery, these could include cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (also known as DBT), stress management, counselling, motivational interviewing, drug or alcohol relapse prevention, yoga, music therapy, relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, low-level laser therapy, art therapy, fitness therapy, meditation, and nutritional supplement therapy.

By following an addiction treatment programme which includes a variety of the above treatments, you’ll be giving yourself the greatest opportunity to succeed in achieving your long-term recovery goals.

Combine this residential addiction treatment programme with your 12-month free aftercare programme, and you’ll be in the best possible position to create a sober future free from alcohol or drugs.

Our aftercare programme is an integral part of your road to recovery and shouldn’t be overlooked. We provide a tailored aftercare plan for all of our clients to take advantage of where we offer dedicated helplines, additional therapy sessions such as relapse prevention upon your return home, and recommendations to other local support networks such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.

Take the first step towards recovery today by calling us on 01908 489 421 or email us at