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Your Scotland Options
Call 0845 370 0203 for advice on the most suitable treatment for yourself, a family member or friend and take the next step to recovery.
There are many affordable types of treatment for alcoholism and other drug addictions available in the Scotland area. Treatment should not be entered into without first discussing a care plan with a qualified advisor. The advisor will then prepare and agree a suitable care plan based upon individual history to maximise success of recovery.
Residential Alcohol Rehab Clinics
The most successful form of recovery will come from completing a treatment program in an rehab clinic
Residential alcohol treatment in Scotland, provides a safe environment in which to receive alcohol or addiction counselling. Scotland alcohol clinics provide counselling which can be delivered in a one to one, group or even a teaching format.
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Local Help in Scotland
For help in the following locations please visit these pages –
Aberdeen • Aberdeenshire • Ayr • Ayrshire • Caithness • Dumbarton
Dumbartonshire • Dundee • Dunfirmline • East Kibride • Edinburgh • Fife
Glasgow • Inverness • Inverness-shire • Lothian • Motherwell • Paisley
Peebleshire • Perth • Perthshire • Renfrewshire • Stirling • Stirlingshire
Local AA Meetings to scotland
AA meetings are held all across the UK and provide a network of support or a form of self-help for alcoholics. AA meetings are spiritual, not religious, there is no requirement to talk at a meeting and anonymity is protected rigorously. Drop out rates are high, but for those that remain abstinence rates are excellent.
Our latest records show that the following are a list of meetings close to you.
Please always check a meeting is on prior to attending.
|Edinburgh Central||St Andrews & St Georges Church, George St.||Wednesday||20|
|Edinburgh: Gay & Lesbian Live & Let Live||Edinburgh Peace & Justice Resource Centre, St John's Church,||Tuesday||20|
|Dalbeattie Topic||Green Room, Millisle, Craignair St||Monday||19|
|Dumfries||St Teresa's Church, Glasgow St||Friday||19|
|Kirkcudbright: Step||St Andrews Church Hall, High St.(Behind Police Station).||Wednesday||20|
Further Information About Treatment Programmes in Scotland
There are a number of services available to those living in Scotland. There are residential clinics that we work with that are based in and around the Glasgow area for anyone seeking residential rehabilitation treatment. The benefit of inpatient treatment is that it provides you with a break from all the associations of the dependence and allows you to have the opportunity to have time away where you can focus solely on your recovery without any harmful distractions. By being in a residential centre you can withdraw from the substance both physically and psychologically in a supportive environment. One of the clinics we work with in Scotland is based in a very rural area which allows for your recovery to start in relaxing setting. The clinic offers a different approach to many other centres as it does not use a 12 step programme, instead they tailor a treatment programme to your individual needs. However, another one of the treatment centres close to Glasgow does have a strong 12 steps programme, with high levels of medical and nursing support also. Choosing the right treatment programme for your needs is extremely important and so if you are in need of residential rehabilitation then we are able to talk you through the different options available.
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