A high quality addiction rehabilitation centre in Glasgow, Scotland
At Priory Hospital Glasgow, we are able to offer treatment for alcohol addiction and drug addiction, including a medically assisted detoxification process if this is required, which is the safest way to detox. In addition, we offer support for a number of behavioural addictions including gambling, internet, love and sex and shopping addictions.
Set behind two handsome Georgian-style manor houses in central Scotland, Priory Hospital Glasgow is one of the UK’s leading addiction treatment and rehabilitation hospitals. Our exceptional and highly qualified team are committed to providing evidence-based addiction treatment and therapy to each of our patients, allowing for long-lasting recovery.
We are also able to offer comprehensive 'mixed programmes' for individuals with dual diagnoses. Our mixed programmes have been specifically designed to provide expert treatment for your addiction as well as any other mental health condition that you are struggling with, including depression, anxiety, stress and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Our intensive Addiction Treatment Programme for alcohol and drug addiction is a 28-day residential service that allows you to tackle the physical side of your addiction through our detox programme, address the underlying causes and triggers for your addictive behaviours, develop useful coping strategies and pave the way to long-term recovery and rehabilitation. We provide an evidence-based programme that is tailored to individual needs, all structured within National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines. Priory Glasgow’s Addiction Treatment Programme is underpinned by the renowned 12-Step addiction treatment approach, which was first pioneered by the organisation Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). This model encourages lifelong abstinence and focuses on your motivation to change, as well as drawing upon elements of spirituality within the recovery journey. The 12-Step approach has been successfully used to treat millions of people struggling with addictions worldwide, and is designed to empower you to resume the meaningful, addiction-free life that you deserve.
If you or someone that you know is struggling with a substance or behavioural addiction, it is important to recognise that you don’t have to suffer on your own; expert addiction treatment in Glasgow is available. We ensure that you are placed at the centre of the addiction treatment process, and receive addiction treatment that has been tailored according to your needs and requirements. This approach means that you will be involved in all decisions regarding your treatment and care, and will be allocated to the most appropriate addictions specialist for your needs in order to result in the most positive outcomes for you as an individual.
Free, no-obligation addictions assessment at Priory Hospital Glasgow
We understand that it can be overwhelming to take the first step towards seeking support for your addiction. That’s why we offer a free, no-obligation addiction assessment for you to discuss your concerns in a discreet and confidential manner, with a member of our specialist addiction team. This assessment provides you with the opportunity to:
- Meet face-to-face with one of our addiction treatment experts, at a time that is convenient for you
- Discuss the challenges associated with your addiction
- Gain an understanding of the background to your addictive behaviour, as well as any specific triggers for this
- Explore the impact that your addiction is having on your life as well as the lives of those closest to you
- Discuss a proposed addiction treatment plan
- Ask any questions that you may have on the Addiction Treatment Programme at Glasgow
- Take a look around our hospital and meet our expert team
The purpose of the free assessment is to help to put your mind at ease, and ensure that you fully understand the journey that you will be taking towards a happier and more fulfilling life.
To find out how we can support you to overcome your addiction, contact a member of our team today on: 0141 530 4722.
What addictions are treated at Priory Hospital Glasgow?
At Priory Hospital Glasgow, we are able to provide expert treatment for the following substance and behavioural addictions:
Alcohol addiction, also known as ‘alcoholism’ or ‘alcohol use disorder’, develops as a result of an individual consuming alcohol in an excessive and repeated manner, to the extent that they become dependent on this in order to function effectively on a daily basis. If expert alcohol addiction treatment is not sought, alcoholism can result in a whole host of physical and psychological problems and can even be fatal.
Drug addiction is characterised by an individual repeatedly taking or administering drugs, until they become both physically and psychologically dependent on the substance in order to function. Individuals may become addicted to illegal drugs such as cocaine or heroin, or legal prescription drugs, usually prescribed for pain relief purposes. With continued use, illegal and legal drug use can soon become a serious problem and can result in drug overdose and even death.
Cocaine addiction is one of the most common forms of drug addiction that we treat at Priory Hospital Glasgow. Cocaine is a stimulant drug that typically comes as a white powder. The most common method of consuming cocaine is via snorting, although it is also possible for cocaine to be injected. Cocaine use results in extreme euphoria, which can be highly addictive to many people, and causes tolerance to build quickly.
Other behavioural addictions that we are able to treat include:
- Gambling addiction
- Love and sex addiction
- Internet addiction
- Shopping addiction
At Priory Hospital Glasgow, we recognise that addictive behaviours can sometimes develop as a result of struggling with other mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and stress.
That’s why our expert addiction treatment team at Priory Glasgow not only have the expertise to treat your substance and behavioural addictions, but are also able to address any co-occurring mental health conditions that may be triggering or intensifying your addiction.