Living with a drug addiction or alcohol addiction is an extremely draining existence. You’re likely to feel physically, mentally, and emotionally exhausted as you attempt to function through daily life with such a complex condition.
The specialist treatment provider for mental health treatments in Scotland
Key offerings available include:
- 1:1 Support from Clinical Nurse Practitioners, Registered Mental Health Nurses and Therapists
- Access to Trained Psychiatrists
- 24 Hour Nursing Care
- Comfortable & Quality Accommodation
- Clinically Led Recovery Model Underpinned by Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
- 1 Year Aftercare
Whilst it may seem as though there’s no way out, we’re here to tell you that there is. Here at Asana Lodge, we can provide advice, guidance, and 24/7 support which is essential to your rehabilitation and recovery.
We’re confident that we can help you turn your life around and look forward to a future free from addiction. Simply get in touch with our drug and alcohol rehab Hamilton to start your journey to recovery. Call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at email@example.com.
Do we offer Mental Health Support?
Our years of experience in drug and alcohol rehab has shown us that mental health and addiction tend to go hand in hand. For this reason, our expert team are highly trained and very familiar in supporting individuals with poor mental health alongside their addiction rehabilitation. We offer complete mental health and depression support for anyone who needs it.
When a person is suffering from both an addiction to alcohol or drugs and mental health issues, this is called a dual diagnosis. It’s actually very common and can be treated just as effectively as each condition on their own.
A dual diagnosis can occur when someone with an addiction to alcohol or drugs develops problems with their mental health as a result of excessive substance abuse. There are also cases where a dual diagnosis can occur when someone with poor mental health turns to alcohol or drugs as a way to cope with their mental health. Whichever way it happens, it’s important to remember that you’re not alone.
There are thousands of people in the UK who are dealing with a dual diagnosis. In an article by the Foundations Recovery Network, according to the 2016 National Survey on drug use and health, more than 8 million adults aged 18 or older (3.4% of all adults) had both a mental illness and substance use disorder in the past year, and 2.6 million adults had co-occurring serious mental illness and substance use disorders in the past year.
We don’t judge you
We appreciate how nerve-wracking it can be to speak to someone about your addiction to alcohol or drugs. For some people, it’s easier to talk to loved ones about how they’re feeling, whilst others find it easier to talk to a stranger.
We can assure you that we’ve seen it all and heard it all, there’s absolutely no need to feel embarrassed or ashamed about your addiction. We’ve welcomed people from all walks of life into our private drug and alcohol rehab, it’s true that addiction doesn’t discriminate and neither do we. Our friendly team will listen, offer advice, and help you every step of the way along your journey to long-term recovery.
From the first moment you contact us, we will treat you with respect, compassion, and discretion as we take the time to get to know you and understand more about your drug addiction or alcohol addiction. However, just getting to this point can be a challenge in itself.
Many people who are suffering from an addiction haven’t accepted that they have a condition which they need help with. It’s likely they haven’t admitted it to anyone before, perhaps not even themselves.
Opening up and asking someone for help isn’t a weakness, it’s an extremely courageous thing to do. Once you’ve taken this leap and asked our drug and alcohol rehab Hamilton for support, we can begin working towards changing your life forever; trust us, this is the most rewarding experience you will ever have.
After your initial contact, we can arrange a pre-screening assessment to review your physical and psychological health. This phase will allow us to choose the most effective drug and alcohol rehab treatments for you to ensure that your programme is completely personalised in order to give you the greatest opportunity to succeed. If you’re then happy to join our rehab in Hamilton, we will agree on a date for your induction into our centre.
Typically, we recommend a treatment programme of 28 days at our residential rehab. This duration has proven to produce the best results for those suffering from a drug addiction or alcohol addiction.
It’s a significant amount of time to remove yourself from the daily stresses and potential negative influences of home life. This is your chance to truly focus on your recovery from addiction with no distractions around you.
What are Our Therapies like?
Many people are concerned about what therapies we’ll recommend for them. Whilst this may seem unnerving, please remember that we’ll only select therapies that we’re sure will help you achieve your end goal.
Of course, not all of these therapies will be pleasant, they’re likely to make you feel uncomfortable and take you out of your comfort zone, but this is how you make a difference and turn your life around for good.
Our fantastic team of recovery workers deliver a wide range of psychological and well-being therapies in addition to a drug or alcohol detoxification.
These could include relapse prevention, stress management, individual, family or group counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, mindfulness, yoga, fitness therapy, low level laser therapy, and nutritional supplement therapy.
After you have completed your residential rehab stay with us, you will of course return home where you’ll need to put all of the skills and knowledge you’ve learnt from our excellent team into real life practise.
We will continue to support you through our aftercare programme which is free for 12 months for all of our clients. This aftercare support includes dedicated helplines and access to ongoing therapy sessions. Invest in your future today by calling us on 01908 489 421 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.