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Finding safe, professional help for drug or alcohol problems in Carmyle, Glasgow can be overwhelming. How do you find the right treatment, at the right cost?

But, if you know what to ask, support *is* available.

Here are the answers to the critical few FAQs you need to know, to help secure alcohol or drug treatment that meets your needs, near Carmyle, Glasgow.

Let's get started.

How Is Alcohol Or Drug Rehab Different From Detox?

Generally, addiction detox and rehab services, go hand in hand.

Rehab comprises the therapeutic aspects of treatment that deal with the subconscious psychological elements of addictive behaviour and generally takes place following the detox phase.

Detox .v. Complete Rehab In Carmyle, Glasgow

Detox-Only
  • Includes supervised detox
  • Residential care
  • No individual therapy elements
  • No post-detox support
Full Rehab Treatment
  • Detox included
  • Live in the clinic full-time
  • Individualised therapy
  • Ongoing help

 

Are There People Who Should NOT Go To Rehab?

Rehab can't be recommended for:

  • Serial alcohol/drug detoxers who have an established behavioural issue or trigger in their life they're not willing to relinquish.
  • Individuals who are hesitant to make sense of their drug/alcohol addiction and stick to the subsequent recommendations provided.
  • Drug or alcohol addicted individuals who aren't yet ready to relinquish their denial and irresponsibility, whilst still depending on others to make all the effort.

How Do I Work Out How Long To Stay In Drug Or Alcohol Addiction Rehab?

The ideal length will depend on your unique situation.

Look at the treatment options near Carmyle and the greater Glasgow area:

  • 7-10 days - Ranging from one week to a week and a half, a general detox programme that caters for alcohol or drug addicts but there is usually no therapy included.
  • 14-28 days - Normal inpatient programme for first detox session and some therapy work.
  • More than 28 days - Typical stay, incorporating considerable therapy and planning for the future’s aftercare services.
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KEY TAKEAWAY

It might be difficult to measure an ideal treatment duration until the individual is actually in the rehab clinic, gaining the required insights, and visualising their ability to deal with triggers and difficult scenarios without the coping mechanism of alcohol or drugs.

After twenty eight days have passed, if a person is in a better state, they can leave the treatment centre. Still, others can stay on if the rehab is not yet complete.

 

Is There Anything Specific I Should Focus On, During Drug/Alcohol Rehab Carmyle, To Get Best Possible Results?

What Do You Want Out Of Treatment?

Have a honest approach to what you need to achieve out of rehab treatment. 

Use the learnings you've had from experience of previous detoxes, or even previous rehab treatment, to help inform what you should tackle in treatment, where the focus should be, what triggers need underlying or additional work.

Choose an addiction rehabilitation programme near Carmyle that will select and assign one support worker to help you navigate through your stay

 

Detox

With the consultant psychiatrist or specialist at the rehab centre at your side, take part in discussing the most ideal detoxification path for your issue. 

It is in your best interest to speak the truth about patterns of drug and alcohol intake, former periods of use, and the most recent use.

By presenting the situation as it is, the specialists will be able to place you on an ideal detox plan and it’ll ensure that you have an easier time at the Rehab Carmyle treatment centre.

 

Therapy Insights

Focus on the cognitive behavioural therapy and counselling you receive since they can help you make tremendous headway into addictive patterns.

Aftercare Planning

Before committing anything to paper, reflect firstly on the learnings you've gained from support groups, from mutual aid work, from keywork sessions, from one-to-one work. 

 

Where do you feel most helpless in your recovery process, and need enhanced support levels to make it through? Are there any triggers, or associations with addiction, that make you want to use, that you weren’t aware of before?

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What are your plans for pre-empting these helpless moments and dealing with the addiction for good? What could make this progress a reality? 

Extra therapy sessions? Help from sponsors or recovery stalwarts that you have known for a long time?

What other additional resources could you come up with, mapped to the context and situations of *your* life, personally?

 

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How Many Succeed In Staying Dry Or Clean, Following Alcohol & Drug Rehab Treatment?

Nearly every individual who starts detox, successfully completes. It makes sense that people who start detox in a supervised programme complete the regimen.

In the long run, rehab success rates can differ, because the client (him)(her)self is responsible for their own long-term recovery process.

It also becomes increasingly difficult for rehab clinics to keep in touch with former clients, over very long time periods, in order to track success or efficiency rates.

 

Simply put, to succeed in staying sober after you have been through a private rehab, will greatly depend on your will to succeed and follow the teachings.

Rehab is a short-term, primary care intervention in a specialised setting, that can support you in reaching the next steps of your bigger recovery journey.

 

After Addiction Rehab, Does Recovery Take Up A Lot Of Time?

This will vary depending on (e.g.) how far along your recovery journey you are; how many supports you have around you; how many day-to-day triggers you typically experience in your life right now; how much left over work you had from the therapeutic gains made in treatment; and many others.

For some, their weekly timetable will be maintained by a daily check-in with their sponsor and a few mutual aid meetings per week.

For others, it might be several sessions of therapy, attending secondary specialists for other health issues, and family support, amongst others, before a stable footing is found.

 

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KEY takeaway

In this case, a different perspective on the original question could help your recovery journey more.

We have observed over the years that people who have realised that recovery is a *lifestyle choice*, rather than a process that takes from their lives, tend to enjoy long term success, even over 20-30 years sober.

Being in recovery doesn’t mean that you follow some simple rules and voila!... you beat addiction.

Instead, it is a gradual process of personal discovery and evaluation, accepting yourself and being in the company of supportive systems that will make it easier.

 

What Aspects Of My Current Lifestyle, Do I Need To Say Goodbye To, To Become Sober?

Excellent question.

Others have almost all discovered that they had to give up an old part of themselves that was trapped in a cycle of addiction, carrying out the same coping mechanism in order to feel a little brief satisfaction, but with great long-term repercussions.


This does not mean we have to grin and bear a tremendous amount of emotional stress in order to release the need to drink or misuse substances, but instead seek to understand, in a therapeutic environment, the real reasons we indulge in these behaviours and what we're trying to gain by doing so.

A skilled mental health therapist can help you gain the insight needed to release a pattern, not through sheer force, but by understanding, and releasing an old way of achieving something and tackling the issue in a new way, for the first time.

 

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What Parts Of Rehab Treatment Near Carmyle Should I Expect To Be The Most Trying?

#1

Early Detox

During the initial 4 to 6 days, detox can feel like an uphill task because the mind and body are trying to adapt to the diminished supply of the substance.

In this phase, inform the specialists about your symptoms to ensure that the detox is suitably safe for you.

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Cutting Ties With Those Enabling Active Addiction

Individuals with deep family connections or friendships may at first have a hard time coping with the loss of connection.

 At times, we find that these connections are with drug dealers and addicts and when separation happens, it is a step in the right direction.

For others, where loved ones offer genuine support, this may be difficult, and it can be worth discussing with the admissions team, before entering a clinic, what the family/communication/visit policies are, to help plan ahead of time, and minimise this discomfort.

 

What Are The Reasons Some People Fail To Achieve Lasting Recovery From Drug/Alcohol Addiction?

  • Refusing to ask for assistance when necessary. Allowing things that stress you to take over your life while you are seriously under-resourced.
  • Attempting to complete an out-patient programme for recovery but external life stressors or events negate progress made, between sessions.
  • Returning to an old pattern, coping mechanism, or way of being, following treatment, that increases likelihood of a scenario leading to relapse.
  • Non existent support networks such as family, fused with stressors and trigger situations.
  • A poor first experience in treatment/rehab/mutual aid with one particular source, which later leads to a (mistaken) long term belief that "treatment/rehab doesn't work."
  • The wrong balance between professional and non-professional help and intervention. Depending too much on non-qualified sources of support.
  • Unwillingness to let go of, or break contact with, a previous known trigger for addictive tendencies or behaviour.

 

Is Rehab Likely To Work For Someone Like Me, With My History Of Usage, And Intake Pattern?

This can't be predicted easily since even the worst addictive habits can be broken by being steadfast in following the process, specifically the therapy regimen.

Broadly speaking, if you are willing to accept help, willing to follow directions, accept that your life is your responsibility, and are prepared to seek out the required resource and support to help you recover, your chances of lasting success can increase.

 

Are Rehab And Alcoholics Anonymous Different, Really?

Rehab .v. AA In Carmyle
Residential Rehab
  • Rehab essentially involves services like relapse prevention, detox, and therapeutic intervention under one roof, by one provider in a clinically regulated environment.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
  • At AA, people come together in a non-clinical and mutual aid surroundings to speak of their life story and assist one another.

 

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I Don't Think I Need Rehab, I Could Taper Down On My Own.

In private rehab, there is professional feedback on the whole detox programme, safe withdrawal, supervision of progress, all done in regulated surroundings.

Tapering down alcohol intake independently, without professional assistance, can be extremely dangerous and is expressly *not* recommended.

When professional management of symptoms is absent, there can be health complications such as seizures, heart issues, liver problems, fluctuations in blood pressure, among others.

 

It's vital to consult your regular medical professional before registering for any kind of alcohol treatment. This is non-negotiable.

 

Do Clients Who Relapse Receive A Refund?

Make sure that you understand where the rehab clinic stands regarding refunds.

To be realistic, not many clinics will refund you following a relapse, given that you are personally responsible for your own recovery.

 

But this is not an indication that everything is up to you, without help, but that you must pinpoint the areas that you are vulnerable in, and seek support.

There are clinics that have an extra stay as part of their services in the event the client relapses.

What Do I Ask, To Make Sure The Clinic I'm Speaking To Near Carmyle, Glasgow, Is A Good Match?

#1

What is your experience level in detoxing someone with my alcohol/drug intake and history?

#2

For my needs, what treatment length do you suggest?

#3

Can I admit for detox-only, then increase my stay once admitted?

#4

Are there any aftercare provisions with your clinic?

#5

Are there additional charges for aftercare?

#6

Are visits by loved ones permitted? 

#7

Due to COVID-19, are there any modifications to your policies or care?

#8

Can you send me a copy of your latest Care Quality Commission or Care Inspectorate inspection reports and ratings?

#9

Does you clinic have a policy on issuing refunds?

What Happens Immediately After I Sign Up For Rehab?

In most cases, you will have an over-the-phone evaluation and most probably pay a deposit to get a reservation at the clinic. 

From here, the admissions team will request medical approval for your admission from their staff, and you would normally admit to treatment 24-48 hrs later.

I/We Need Help Urgently, What Should I/We Do?

Important: If there is a severe emergency, it is recommended that you contact local trained medical personnel immediately.

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KEY TAKEAWAY

It's vital to consult your regular medical professional before registering for any kind of alcohol treatment. This is mandatory.

Keep in mind that rehab clinics are not a substitute for hospitals - they do not have the equipment and experts to handle issues like liver complications and the probability of seizures.

 

Still, for any non-emergency detox/rehab services, most clinics can get you a place in a couple of days.

How Can Abbeycare Help Me?

  • The experiences and feedback from our clients has been a constant reminder and motivator in helping us reach the next level in evidence based rehab programmes.
  • Safe and supervised detox overseen by addiction experts.
  • All-embracing and customised strategies to prevent relapse.

Most Rehab Clinics Provide The Same Level Of Service. How Are Abbeycare Different?

Instead of diluting our service with a multitude of untested or alternative approaches, we've focussed on the core elements of residential rehab we've observed to work over time, and which carry NICE UK guidelines approval.

Previous Abbeycare Clients Had This To Say:

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DP

"...the team gave me the building blocks to repair my life. Now nearly 8 years sober, one day at a time."

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IR

"I would go as far as saying that Abbeycare saved my life..."

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JF

"Excellent staff and professional care. Gave me my life back. I would recommend 100%."

 

If You're Looking For Treatment Near Carmyle, We Can Probably Help.

Abbeycare have central UK locations, and serve the Carmyle and Glasgow area.

We've helped hundreds (thousands probably) move beyond addiction, and start a new life.

There's no substitute for the years of experience we've had, assisting with even the most complex cases.

Not nearby? No problem, we can arrange transport too, in many cases.

How did we do with inspections from regulators? Check our reports, available on our clinic page, here: Abbeycare Scotland.

Our admissions team can advise on what options are available.

Our medical team are ready to help you detox, comfortably.

The Abbeycare therapy team are specialists in helping you identify and work through the underlying triggers behind addiction.

The Abbeycare clinic team are ready to help you co-ordinate everything.

Are you ready?

To ask a question, or to arrange admission, ring our team now on 01603 513 091.

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Last Updated: October 31, 2023