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Rehab near Kirkcaldy Scotland

Getting Help for Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Kirkcaldy

If you are one of the thousands of people across Scotland who suffer from addiction, it is likely you have tried to kick the habitmore than once. 

You are not alone, addiction is a progressive illness that always gets worse, not better.

The reality is addiction is an illness centred in the mind and getting clean from drugs or alcohol on your own can often feel like a hopeless endeavour without the appropriate medical intervention.

If you are looking for ways to treat your addiction, Castle Craig is only an hours drive from Bennochy and Hayfield, Dysart, Kirkcaldy East, Kirkcaldy North, Kirkcaldy West and Templehall.

Near Kirkcaldy, we treat a range of addictions including:

About Castle Craig

Established in 1988, Castle Craig is a private residential rehab near Edinburgh with over 30 years of experience helping patients recover.  Admission is very quick.

Castle Craig is a family-run, care-centred hospital and patients show impressive rates of recovery.

Castle Craig’s most recent independent research (Christo Study, 2015) shows 73% of patients achieving long-term abstinence, and 92% showing overall improvements.

Our Medical Team

Castle Craig therapists 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).

Therapy can be tailored to meet patient’s specific needs and you can choose from cognitive behavioural therapy, art therapy, group therapy, trauma therapy and complementary holistic therapies.

Free addiction assessment near KY1

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

  • 30-minute telephone assessment
  • Completely free of charge
  • Confidential and very 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.

Why Private Rehab?

 Choosing the right hospital is integral to making sure you get the right support.  Castle Craig is known to be one of the most affordable, high-quality treatment facilities and they offer beneficial continuing support after your in-patient stay ends. 

The main disadvantage of NHS rehab is that waiting lists are often long and funds are stretched, so that treatment may not be as high quality as some private rehabs.

Click here to learn more about Castle Craig’s holistic treatment model.

Alcohol Rehab

Often when your body has become dependent on a substance, you will experience symptoms of withdrawal when attempting to give it up.

This makes it much more difficult to resist your addiction and is one of the reasons it is so important to have a professional team of medical experts to support you with the appropriate detox and treatment.

Drug Rehab

Long term substance abuse can have debilitating effects on your mental health, making it even more important that you get help as soon as you can. 

Learn about prescription drug addiction here.

Behavioural Addiction Rehab

Behavioural addictions that encompass seemingly “non-addictive” activities such as eating or browsing the internet can have an equally debilitating effect on your life.  More.

Over 10,000 Patients Chosen Castle Craig

Castle Craig creates a serene, welcoming and peaceful environment giving individuals the space they need to heal.

Castle Craig is at the forefront of alcohol and drug treatments in Scotland and continues to carry out research to improve facilities and patient success rates.

In 1988 Castle Craig was the first treatment centre to bring the 12 step AA facilitation programme in house in Scotland.

Start Your Recovery Today

Find out more about our approaches or find answers to any questions you may have on 01721 728118 or make an enquiry here.

Helpful resources addiction locally

  1. First Kirkcaldy
  2. Adapt Substance Recovery
  3. Fife Alcohol and Drug Partnership
  4. Turning Point Scotland

 

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Page last reviewed and medically fact-checked | July 14, 2021