Are you or a family member in need of alcohol rehab in Scotland? Rehab Guide only works with the best Scottish alcohol rehabs in available. We specialise in providing bespoke treatment for those suffering from an addiction problem.
All of our Scottish alcohol clinics are CQC registered and staffed by qualified professionals, most of whom have overcome a problem with addiction themselves. They have experienced first hand the pain and misery that addiction can bring. They are living proof of what can be achieved through receiving expert help and continuing to live a productive and sober life.
Our clinics in Scotland have proven track records of successfully treating alcoholism. They are staffed by qualified psychiatrists, psychotherapists, doctors, nurses, addiction counsellors, holistic therapists and support workers. They have a multidisciplinary approach that focuses on healing the whole person and not just one singular aspect.
Rehab Guide pride ourselves on our passion for helping the still suffering alcoholic to recover from alcoholism. We offer a highly professional and ethical service that will ensure that you or your loved one are supported throughout the entire treatment process.
Please call and speak to one of our friendly addiction treatment experts who will gladly advise you of your treatment options in and around Scotland.
Alcoholism in Scotland is rife, and in 2016 there were 1,265 Scottish alcohol-related deaths – a 10% increase on the previous year. This follows a £15.3 million reduction to drug treatment services by the Scottish government. Sadly the people of Scotland are not being provided with the services so desperately needed to recover; as a result, many are tragically dying.
It is becoming evident that as a nation, our relationship with alcohol has become unbalanced.
Scottish Alcohol sales data suggests that total consumption has increased by 15% over the last 20 years (1994-2016). Enough alcohol is being sold for every adult in Scotland to drink over 20 units each week since at least 2000. This is six units (44%) more than the lower risk guidelines of 14 units a week for men and women.
Since 2009, we have seen a 9% decrease in Scottish alcohol consumption per adult, but the levels are still high.
Almost a fifth more alcohol is sold per adult in Scotland than in England and Wales.
Alcoholism is a treatable disease. With the correct professional addiction treatment, recovery can be attained and maintained. No one needs to die an alcoholic death, and there is help available to prevent this.
Rehab Guide endeavour to make choosing the correct private help in Scotland as stress-free as possible. We appreciate that most individuals requiring urgent treatment or rehab will reach out in times of crisis. In the addiction treatment field, we refer to this as a “window of opportunity”.
Alcohol addiction often deludes the sufferer. An alcoholic may think that they are in control of their drinking or that there drinking isn’t that bad. The reality may well be that they are destroying their relationships, suffering mentally, physically and financially, and their whole life has become entirely unmanageable.
To get an alcoholic to accept the complex and destructive nature of their condition can be a very frustrating and heartbreaking process, especially for family members and those that love and care for them. It is often the case that an alcoholic will only ask for help when they feel they have run out of options and fear for their life. This may follow a drinking binge or some alcohol-related disaster.
It is vital to act promptly while an addict is receptive to the idea of undergoing treatment. This should be attempted before they retreat into their comfortable delusion that they can beat alcoholism on their own.
By enlisting our help to arrange a private clinic, there will be no waiting list. Rehab Guide will act quickly and professionally to ensure that no opportunity to recover is wasted.
Treating addiction successfully demands a very bespoke approach. Quitting is only the very beginning. For some, this can be a challenge in itself, and medical detox may be required if there are signs of physical dependence.
Once free from alcohol, It takes a lot of hard work and change to remain sober and avoid relapse. It is therefore essential that any addiction is adequately addressed through a comprehensive treatment programme and that no stone is left unturned. A sufficient mental defence and understanding of alcoholism should be gained. Unless the individual has undergone a profound change in thinking and behaviour, there will come a time when alcohol becomes a genuine temptation once again.
When treating addiction and alcohol abuse, there is no one size fits all. It is necessary for each person’s programme to be adapted to their own individual medical, physical and psychological treatment needs. An excellent Scottish alcohol addiction treatment programme will also address social, educational and spiritual needs.
There are many different types of private rehab in Scotland, and each has its own merits. Following a comprehensive assessment of your or your loved one’s treatment needs, Rehab Guide will recommend your ideal private treatment centre.
You can be assured that the Scottish clinics we recommend will have the capacity and ability to treat all aspects alcoholism.
Types of rehab available in Scotland include:
Are you looking for free alcohol treatment in Scotland? Likely the reality of free rehab availability will make you feel very hopeless and deflated.
Sadly, free rehabs are very few and far between. The free alcohol rehabs that do exist in Scotland are often dominated by a particular religion or do not offer the evidence-based treatment needed.
To access free rehab that offers professional alcohol rehabilitation and full medical detox, you will need to register with your local addiction treatment services. You can quickly locate your local drug services in Scotland by speaking to your GP or by contacting NHS Direct.
Local drug and alcohol services can apply for government funding/statutory funding for rehab. Please be aware that this is not a quick or straightforward process.
If you or your loved one need immediate admission to a clinic in Scotland, we suggest you consider funding rehab privately. Realistically, this is the only way you can access quick detox without delay.
What the NHS does provide are community drug and alcohol services which can be accessed by anyone who is registered as living locally to that area.
The options for inpatient treatment in Scotland are private rehab, charity rehab or government-funded rehab. Very occasionally an NHS hospital will conduct an inpatient alcohol detox but only when there is a primary medical cause for admission aside of alcoholism.
In 2016/17 there were 36,235 Scottish alcohol-related hospital stays.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde had double the rate of alcohol-related hospital stays compared with NHS Dumfries and Galloway. Hospital stay rates were nearly 8 times higher in the more deprived areas of Scotland. This is compared to the least deprived, indicating that more impoverished regions are worst affected by alcoholism.
The cost of rehab in Scotland varies depending on where you go, the type of rehab you choose and the duration of your treatment. Alcohol only detoxes need not be expensive but do be wary of very cheap treatment and detox clinics. It is vital that you attend a rehab that is fully CQC registered, run by trained and qualified addiction professionals and offers some psychological rehabilitation and treatment.
Detox carries health risks if not conducted correctly, and it is crucial to ensure the detox clinic has a good reputation and follows the correct detox protocols.
Rehab Guide is a leading authority on Scottish alcohol centres and detox clinics in Scotland and the rest of the UK. We provide peace of mind and the assurance that you or your family member can receive the best possible treatment available.
By choosing us, you will reap the following benefits
Alcohol rehab should be a life-saving experience, not just a break from drinking. This is why we are so passionate about helping alcoholics to access reputable and evidence-based treatment that works.
Everyone’s idea of the perfect rehab location is personal to them. For some, it may be the hustle and bustle of city life in a luxury Edinburgh or Glasgow alcohol rehab. For others, a secluded highlands rehab with beautiful surroundings and nature walks or perhaps a beach rehab near one of Scotland’s many beautiful beaches and quaint seaside towns.
Whatever your preference is location wise we will find you the perfect rehab in an environment and area that you or your loved one will thrive in.
If you are looking for private alcohol treatment in Scotland, we can assist. Whether you are looking for private alcohol counselling sessions or admission to a residential clinic, we can make the necessary arrangements and take care of all the details. We take into account where you live in Scotland, your financial budget, treatment needs and your treatment preferences.
If you cannot afford private treatment, we will gladly point you to the correct sources of help local to your area.
Alcoholics Anonymous is there to help and support those who do not need a medical alcohol detox. Numerous Alcoholic Anonymous meetings in Scotland are free to access. You can find the times and places of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings near you here
If you or a family member need immediate alcohol clinic in Scotland today, please call Rehab Guide for fast, efficient, professional and ethical help.
We only work with the top treatment centres in Scotland that specialise in delivering a service that is conducive to achieving long term sobriety.
No one need die of alcoholism. As a chronic and progressive brain disease, while alcoholism is not curable, it is entirely treatable. Don’t waste another day fighting alcohol addiction on your own; we are here to help you in any way that we can.
Rehab Guide can make taking the very first step to a sober life comfortable, reassuring and cost-effective.
Call and speak to one of our friendly addiction experts today.
National Scottish records
SDF Scottish Drugs Forum http://www.sdf.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/CPG-ADP-Funding-Timeline-2.pdf
Alcohol-related hospital statistics Scotland 2016/17
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