One of the most renowned rehabs in the UK, Castle Craig, is an addiction treatment facility based in Scotland.
For 30 years, our family-run rehab has been managed by two generations of the McCann family, who are pioneers in ground-breaking addiction treatment programmes and research.
Our beautiful 18th Century listed building, including a spa and a full detox facility, is set in 50 acres of private parklands.
Recovery from addiction: the entire experience we deliver here at Castle Craig has been described by patients as a “life-saver”, and we are proud to say that we’ve helped more than 10,000 addicted patients get their lives back.
Our treatments are Evidence-based and clinical protocols and procedures govern our medical and clinical practice. These protocols and procedures are regularly reviewed. We are iso 9001 certified.
Rated “Exceptional” by Healthcare Improvement Scotland, we are one of the largest private addiction hospitals in the UK.
We also have one of the highest percentages of on-site medical staff, including; psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, doctors (GPs) and nurses.
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Our alcohol rehab and detoxification begins with removing alcohol from the body in a medically supervised environment to mitigate any withdrawal symptoms.
Once fully sober, patients can join our foundation treatment program designed to help people obtain long term sobriety and freedom from alcoholism.
The real behavioural therapy work begins with identifying the core reasons why patients might use alcohol as a coping mechanism.
Next, our psychiatrists will assign an entire treatment plan to treat the alcohol addiction and any dual diagnosis like trauma, anger, grief, anxiety or depression. Reasons why rehab works.
We know that rehab is sometimes seen as the last chance saloon, but we have many patients who have described their time at Castle Craig as a life-saver.
All of our treatment plans are person-centred and are tailored to the exact needs of every person who comes to Castle Craig for treatment.
Our expertise in treating drug addiction and substance use begins by addressing a patient’s medical, psychological and holistic needs.
Treatments start with withdrawal management and a medically-assisted detox before being wholly immersed in therapies like CBT and EMDR.
Our intensive therapy teaches essential coping techniques to encourage long-term sobriety from addictive substances and dependencies. In addition, other co-occurring disorders can be treated in tandem.
These may include eating disorders, anger issues, bipolar disorders, some personality or mood disorders. The ultimate aim is to help patients recover to live a life free of chemical dependency. See helping a loved one with an addiction.
We have experience with the full range of drug addiction, from opioids to cannabis, from prescription medications to street drugs like cocaine and heroin.
A relatively new phenomenon, behavioural addictions (process addictions) like gambling, gaming or shopping are often misunderstood.
Here at Castle Craig, we have specialist behavioural therapists who have created custom Inpatient psychotherapy programmes to move towards an abstinence model. In addition, individual therapy is a vital part of our addiction treatment program.
Our recovery centre offers unrivalled Inpatient treatment for the vast majority of behavioural addictions, including eating disorders, when combined with other substance based dependencies.
“The therapists were the best part of his whole experience”. – Andy
Our experienced team of psychiatrists, doctors and nurses works together to oversee every individual detoxification and personalise treatment to make detox as safe and as comfortable as it can be. With 24/7 round-the-clock care, our compassionate staff of medical experts support and encourage you through this difficult time.
How much does rehab cost?
The price of accessing any recovery program depends on which provider you choose. Whilst low-cost prices may seem alluring, you often get what you pay for. Low fees can indicate few or zero on-site medical staff, so we recommend doing your research beforehand.
There are also multiple ways to pay for rehab; these include; self-funding, insurance and NHS referrals. Castle Craig’s prices are highly competitive and have the advantage of being inclusive. See advantages and disadvantages of going to a treatment centre.
Cost of rehab
How long should I stay?
All patients come to Castle Craig voluntarily. Some people come here through an intervention.
Some patients are in a critical condition and may need more prolonged treatment. Multiple psychiatric facilities throughout the UK offer varying lengths of stays tailored around the programmes they offer. The most common is often 28-day rehab (4-week rehab) or 5-week rehab stays, which we offer here at Castle Craig. More
Types of rehab
As addiction comes in multiple forms, so does rehab. The term is rehab is used to describe intensive, supervised programmes designed to help stop individuals from using drugs and alcohol – but there are various types, most of which are incorporated already at Castle Craig. More.
Searching for residential rehab means you and your loved ones are going through a difficult time right now, where life might seem unbearable.
You may have tried many times to control your drinking, cannabis, heroin or prescription drug use but have failed and needed professional assistance and counselling to overcome your drug dependency.
Read more about our programme here at Castle Craig.
Now is the time to get away from your home environment and seek help from therapists who know exactly how to help people suffering like you.
It can be a daunting decision to make, but a stay at residential rehab is the most effective way of tackling alcohol addiction or drug addiction. See help and advice.
You don’t have to do it alone. We’re here, 24/7, 365 days a year. Call 01721 722 763
Types of rehab
Some helpful pages for more information:
- What is involved in the Castle Craig treatment programme?
- How do I arrange an admission into residential rehab?
- What are the rooms like in Castle Craig residential rehab?
- What happens in rehab?
Page published: June 21, 2021. Page last reviewed and clinically fact-checked January 25, 2022