Addiction Problem in Inverclyde
Whereas Scotland has the worst drug problem in Europe, Inverclyde is dubbed as the drug capital of Scotland.
Sadly, this district, which is comprised mainly of the historic Renfrewshire areas, has the worst record, statistically, for drug abuse.
Inverclyde has the highest prevalence rate of a drug problem at 2.9 percent, which is twice as high as the rest of Scotland.
Because of this, more people in Inverclyde die young due to drug or alcohol issues.
More children are orphaned, more families are broken, and more lives are wasted.We understand that addiction is really an uphill battle for its victims and their families.
However, we want to let you know that we are here – ready to help.
If you are here reading this message, you have already made a big step to seek for help and recovery.
You can call us on 01603 513 091 and our addiction specialist will be more than glad to talk to you.
Addictions for Which to Seek Treatment
Usually, those in active addiction are in denial.
They fail to see their addiction.
They often convince themselves that they are fine.
Neither you nor us, can force an individual to admit to addiction treatment.
However, you can communicate your concern and help them acknowledge or realise their addiction, and it’s effects in their life, and yours.
Abbeycare residential programmes can assist in the first line treatment of:
- Alcoholism – This is the most common form of addiction because alcohol is a legal drug that is easily available anywhere. Society is also more tolerant of excessive and uncontrollable consumption of alcohol.
- Drug addiction. Substance misuse disorder can refer to addiction to illicit drugs or prescription drugs.
Examples of illicit drugs include cocaine/crack, cannabis/ marijuana, psychoactive or legal highs (Spice), amphetamine (crystal meth), heroin, or stimulant drugs (Ecstasy)
Examples of prescription drugs include opiates/opioids ( tramadol and fentanyl), benzodiazepines (Xanax and valium) and barbiturates/ depressants (e.g. Amytal, Nembutal, and Phenobarbital)
Detoxification At Abbeycare
Detox is the first phase in substance abuse recovery, prior to engaging in ongoing abstinence.
A person undergoing detox will experience withdrawal symptoms as the body reacts to the absence of drugs and normalises again.
Detox in Abbeycare is professionally-assisted. Residents undergoing detox are closely monitored.
Withdrawal symptoms that are experienced by recovering people can be distressing and dangerous.
Depending on the severity, medication may be given to ease the effects of withdrawal symptoms and help reduce cravings.
The 12-Step approach is a set of guidelines or steps that people in rehab follow towards recovery.
The steps comprise of admitting powerlessness, believing and submitting oneself to a higher power, admission of mistakes and asking forgiveness, making amends, seeking intervention through prayer and medication and attaining spiritual awakening, among others.
The model is progressively revised and customised for individual care planning.
The 12 step program is designed for long-term recovery. You will begin this process, in Abbeycare.
It is an enduring program for all people who have undergone rehab.
To live a life of recovery, entails that you help others suffering from addiction also.
Abbeycare Therapeutic Community
The Abbeycare community is a therapeutic community.
All staff and residents become part of the social and learning community that will provide support for the recovery journey of all involved.
It emphasises the active participation by all community members of the program, for the overall objective of conquering addiction and preventing recidivism.
In the community, your time will be primarily spent in therapeutic group sessions and one-to-one dialogues with an individually-assigned key worker.
You will also focus on the development of coping skills and healthy behaviours, and making these into a habitual routine in your life.
The community follows a structure in which members work through stages with corresponding freedom and responsibilities.
All community members follow community guidelines and norms to facilitate self-control and responsibility.
Sophisticated Treatment in Inverclyde
Addiction is a curable illness.
Like most rehabilitation centres, Abbeycare form the first line of treatment of the acute illness of addiction, and help you achieve long-term recovery through intensive and customised programmes in a supportive therapeutic community.
Our structured rehab programme has been thoroughly and comprehensively crafted by decades of professional study and practical experience.
We are comprised of an expert professional team of doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, therapists, and other addiction experts.
Advantage of Inpatient Rehab in Abbeycare
Joining our inpatient rehab program allows you to receive all the critical components of a comprehensive treatment plan under one roof.
It allows you to focus better on recovery, adhere to the program activities, and achieve objectives on schedule.
Inpatient rehab programs provide substance-free environments and supportive community.
It helps people on recovery avoid addiction triggers, prevent relapse and gain continues access to any kind of professional help.
The highly confidential nature of our inpatient rehab program ensures that privacy of residents is protected.
- Do I need to detox before I go to rehab?
No. You don’t need to detox before entering our rehab.
The inpatient rehab programme at Abbeycare Clinic includes professionally-managed detoxification on site.
Can I bring my car?
We advise against clients driving or travelling themselves to treatment, for safety reasons. You may be prohibited from admission by the Service Manager if you arrive in this way.
In all cases we strongly suggest asking a family or friend to bring you to the clinic instead.
- How long do I have to wait to get into rehab?
You can get into our rehab clinic in as little as 24-48 hours.
After the initial assessment by our addiction experts via phone, we can finalise arrangements, co-ordinate for your care upon arrival, and email the appropriate booking confirmations to you.
- Therapeutic Community
- Fast Admission
- Free Assessment
- Supervised Detox
- Dependency and Relapse Control
- One to One Dialogue
- Aftercare Planning
Serving Inverclyde & Surrounding Areas, including:
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How To Book
To book addiction treatment near Aberdeen, call our admissions team direct on 01603 513 091, or request a callback, at a convenient time.