Alcohol & Drug Rehab
At Abbeycare we know the fingerprint of alcohol and drug addiction. We know what it takes to get better and our unrivaled rehab programme provides us with a REAL 92% success rate that sets us apart.
Why addiction rehab at Abbeycare?
Our addiction treatment programme provides supervised detox, counselling and therapy, and the chance to work on the skills and motivation you need for overcoming alcohol or drug addiction. Our clinics are small, with a maximum of 12 clients in residence at our Newmarket clinic, and a maximum of 21 clients at Murdostoun, allowing for tailored, specialist, individual care. Our intensive therapeutic programme consist of one-to-one key working and group therapy sessions chaired by fully-qualified addictions therapists.
We also offer finance options and tailored payment plans.
Talk now with a fully recovered addiction advisor – Call Abbeycare direct on 01603 513 091
What treatments are available?
We offer a range of treatments and therapies that provide you with the tools and techniques to overcome alcohol or drug misuse. From Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT), person-centred counselling, key work sessions and 12-step approach, we are the most comprehensive and intensively therapeutic rehab available.
How long will I be in Abbeycare for?
Our programme for recovery is usually 28 days. This period of time allows clients to undertake a detox if required as well as our intensive and successful therapeutic programme. We recommend a minimum stay of 28 days however, some people choose to stay for longer or shorted periods perhaps due to family or work commitments. Our staff can advise on the best duration to suit your needs.
Where is Abbeycare?
Abbeycare has two UK addiction clinics. Our rehab centre in Scotland is situated in the grounds of the historical Murdostoun Castle in Lanarkshire. It is only half an hour by car from Glasgow city centre and less than an hour from both Glasgow and Edinburgh aiports.
Abbeycare Newmarket is located in Suffolk, just an hour from London. It is the ideal place for people in the home counties to overcome alcohol or drug problems.
How do I book Abbeycare rehab?
We are open 24 hours a day and are available to chat about admittance anytime. A quick phone call to Abbeycare is all it takes to arrange a provisional booking. We will also undertake a telephone assessment to ensure that when you arrive at Abbeycare, we have any and all arrangements in place for your stay.
Payment plans are now available – speak to our addiction specialists on 01603 513 091
How it works:
Every client will receive an assessment designed to determine the precise nature of their addiction problem, including co-existing health conditions or social problems. The process of assessment enables an individual care-plan to be developed to meet the client’s specific needs.
After assessment and admission to the alcohol and drug rehab clinic, you will be fully involved in drawing up your own care-plan, with keywork support. Both you and your keyworker will agree on the plan. Your care-plan will identify your treatment goals and the interventions and services to be provided, and also who will be responsible for the delivery of differing aspects of your care-plan.
At Abbeycare, we are very aware how the therapeutic relationship between client and keyworker can impact on treatment. Keywork support is empathetic, supportive and goal-directed. Your keyworker will work with you to ensure the delivery and review of your care-plan. This will be carried out through twice-weekly keywork sessions.
As a client moves towards the end of their period of rehab treatment, the focus of care and treatment planning shifts to an ongoing support-plan, which enables clients to plan and prepare effectively for their post-treatment objectives and reintegration back into mainstream life. In preparation for the completion of your alcohol or drug rehab, your keyworker will help you to draw up an aftercare plan to assist you maintain your personal commitment to your recovery, achieve lasting changes in your lifestyle, and enable early detection of a possible relapse.