Drug & Alcohol Rehab Greenock
Alcohol and drug misuse and abuse are harmful to individuals, families, and communities.
The people in Greenock are especially aware of this fact for having one of the worst records of drug abuse in the UK.
The impact of addiction on communities threatens the wellbeing of children, the ability of its victims to positively contribute to the local economy and increases the demand for welfare services, which could otherwise be used for more productive projects.
People suffering addiction problems are inclined to a life of crime, domestic violence, broken families, homelessness, unemployment, and poverty, among many others.
If you are concerned about a loved one, a friend or a co-worker who is suffering from this disease, we are here to help.
It usually takes an outsider to observe and recognize that a person suffers from alcohol or drug addiction.
More often, its victims are always in denial.
We also understand how stressful and frustrating it is to deal with someone who is addicted to drugs or alcohol.
We offer the most loving and successful rehabilitation program that will get your loved one into treatment.
Abbeycare Clinics Serving Greenock
Abbeycare Clinic has an in-house professional team of alcohol and drug experts who can provide the appropriate custom program to help people with alcohol or drug dependency problems.
We provide a structured drug and alcohol addiction programme that can provide lasting sobriety when used in combination with long term recovery support.
Our clinic has complete amenities to support the needs of patients.
We also provide a total care approach to treating patients which comprises detox, determining and addressing the root cause of addiction, holistic therapies, and aftercare planning.
You can get confidential help now.
Call us on 01603 513 091 to learn more about our detox and rehabilitation programme serving those in Greenock.
What is Alcohol Addiction?
Alcohol addiction is a damaging disease that is very common and widespread.
Some people suffering from alcohol addiction may not even be aware that they already have the disease.
Addiction occurs when a person starts to be dependent on alcohol to relax, enjoy, find comfort, combat fear, and attain confidence. Or, when an individual begins to require alcohol, to function at a reasonable level in their day-to-day life, we can say they are addicted.
The addicted person continues consuming alcohol despite suffering physical, mental or social problems because of drinking.
Alcohol addiction drives a person to consume alcohol in sufficient quantities until the body system reaches the level of ethanol that it is accustomed to.
Without alcohol, the addicted person would experience physical and psychological problems which are manifested as withdrawal symptoms.
What is Drug Addiction?
Drugs generally refer to any substance that causes a physiological and psychological change in person after its consumption.
Illicit are used for recreational purposes.
Some people use it to assist an illness or disease, others to relax and sleep and still, others simply to enjoy and have fun.
Drug addiction occurs when a person becomes dependent on drugs despite its damaging psychological and physical effects.
The addict’s body system requires the presence of the drugs to function correctly and normally.
Addiction distorts the brain’s reward system. The addicted person is compelled to use drugs to feel a sense of peace or calm.
Addiction also intensifies progressively. As time goes by, the addicted person would require more drugs to reach its desired effects, as the body becomes become more immune to it.
Addiction Treatment in Abbeycare, Near Greenock
Our addiction treatment aims to resolve and eliminate the physical cravings to take drugs or alcohol and its underlying psychological causes.
It seeks to free people from addiction and help them achieve a happier and healthier life without the need for alcohol or drugs.
Our rehab clinics provide a supportive environment dedicated to healing.
Residents are detoxified from the unwanted chemicals in their body, and cleansed from the negative psychological disposition in their brains.
Our rehab program follows a multi-faceted approach. It includes holistic therapies to address and cater to your social, mental, spiritual, emotional and physical needs that have also been damaged by addiction.
Our programme persists with aftercare planning that will lay down the foundations for your new life for your long-term sobriety.
What is Withdrawal?
Withdrawal essentially refers to the process when you stop taking alcohol or drugs that will cause your body to react and adjust.
Your neurological and physiological dependency on drugs would result in withdrawal symptoms, in order to return to normal function.
Withdrawal happens when your system starts to cleanse itself from the chemicals that alcohol and drugs provide.
When these substances are removed in your system, your mind and body react through a variety of withdrawal symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, stomach pains, heart palpitations, vomiting and nausea, sweating, poor concentration, lack of sleep among many others.
We can help overcome withdrawal symptoms through supervised detox in our residential clinic near Greenock, tailored to your needs.
Free Addiction Assessment
The first step to get help is for you to contact us direct.
We will provide you with a free addiction assessment.
This includes evaluating the extent or severity of the addiction problem, and determining physical and emotional needs for entering rehab.
We will also identify the appropriate treatment for you or make recommendations or referrals if necessary.
Feel free to call us at 01603 513 091 so we can give you the proper support in this difficult time and
We are ready to take your call 24 hours a day.
- Can I have visitors during my rehab?
Yes, you can have visitors. However, visiting hours are properly regulated, scheduled or arranged via our clinic team.
- Can I bring my mobile phone, laptop or gadgets in rehab?
Yes, one device is allowed per client, subject to our usage policies and staff discretion. Full details are available in your booking confirmation received by email following confirmation of your stay.
- Can I smoke while in rehab?
Yes, we permit smoking. Smoking is allowed in smoking shelters located outside, in clinic grounds. Smoking is expressly disallowed anywhere inside clinic buildings.
- Free advice and assessment
- Fast Admission
- Dependency Control
- Professionally administered Detoxification
- Bespoke Treatment Options
- Access to Treatment Counsellors
- Life Transformation
Serving Greenock & Surrounding Areas, including:
|Upper Ingleston||Chrisswell||Castle Levan|
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