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Rehab near Ayr Scotland

Rehab near Ayr Scotland | Castle Craig

Drug and Alcohol Rehab near Ayr

If you are looking into treatment for alcohol or drug dependence, you have taken a huge step to improve your life and the lives of those close to you.

There are a variety of different types of support, treatment and therapeutic care.

Here, at Castle Craig, we’re here to make all of this easier for you, whether you’re looking for private residential care, or need advice for NHS funding or insurance, we can help.

We treat a range of addictions including:

 73% of our patients achieving long-term abstinence, and 92% showing overall improvements.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 01721 728118.

Why you should consider a private rehab

Although there are few options available, it can often be difficult to secure NHS funding for rehab treatment.

For those who are financially comfortable, or have health insurance that can contribute to their treatment costs, private rehab is by far the best way to secure reliable, trustworthy treatment.

Castle Craig

Castle Craig is a private residential rehab near Edinburgh. The centre provides treatment for alcohol, drug and gambling addictions.

Castle Craig uses the 12 step treatment approach in combination with other proven treatment options and boasts a patient satisfaction rate of 98%.

The clinic is located in the beautiful, serene Scottish countryside and provides the perfect location for individuals to focus on their selves and find some calm away from their usual daily stresses.

Alcohol Rehab

There is a large body of evidence that proves alcoholism is a brain illness that is most adequately treated with a combination of talking therapies. Patients will undergo an abstinence-based programme and will have an on-hand team of medical professionals to support them during this period of withdrawal.

Drug Rehab

Drug dependencies can affect your mental health, your physical health, your work-life and your relationships and it is important to get help before things get too bad.

Getting into recovery

Castle Craig has helped over 10,000 patients get better, and for the past 30 years, we have been dedicated to ongoing, long-term recovery care. Whether you are choosing to better your life by removing cocaine, prescription drugs, opiates or cannabis, we are here to help.

 Behavioural addictions rehab

People with behaviour addiction often experience feelings of a loss of control over unhealthy habits.

Engaging in certain activities can become compulsive and obsessive and can often have damaging consequences.

Other behaviours such as eating, shopping, browsing the internet, porn and sex can act as secondary addictions ad become compulsive and have a negative impact on your life.

Expert Medical staff onsite

The medical team come from all over Scotland including Edinburgh, East Lothian, West Lothian, Lanarkshire and Glasgow. Therapists use a holistic, people-focused approach and are accredited with either COSCA (Counselling and Psychotherapy Scotland) Scotland’s professional body for counselling and psychotherapy or BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy).

How do I contact Castle Craig’s Drug and Alcohol Service?

If you would like to register as a private patient using Private Medical Insurance, call our Admissions Department who will ask some questions about the history of the addiction problem and advise you on how to approach your insurer and your next steps.

If you would like to talk to one of our helpful advisers, call: 01721 728118 or make an enquiry here.

Free addiction assessment near Ayr

The first step to getting help is an assessment.  Call 01721 728118.

  • Telephone assessment takes 30 minutes
  • Completely free of charge or obligation
  • Confidential and understanding
  • Allows us to advise on the correct treatment plan including detoxes

If you choose to attend Castle Craig you would also undergo a consultation with a psychiatrist.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 01721 728118.

Addiction Resources for Ayrshireshire

  1. North Ayrshire Drug & Alcohol Recovery Service (NADARS)
  2. East Ayrshire Community Health Improvement Team (CHIP)
  3. Addaction South Ayrshire
  4. Narcotics Anonymous
  5. South Ayrshire Adult Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services – Useful contacts

 

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