Although no centres offer services for drug detox in Midlothian, there are plenty of options in Edinburgh, and facilities in Scottish Borders’ Galashiels and West Linton. It’s more important to find the right treatments than to attend a centre that is conveniently located, so ideally you should make your choice with that in mind. Most users can receive treatment on an outpatient basis, but in more severe cases inpatient treatment may be needed.
Drug Detox in Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh
There are plenty of options for drug detox in Edinburgh. Two residential centres offer inpatient treatment, which is medically supervised 24 hours a day. One of these is a specialist centre for women aged over 18 and their children up to the age of 12. The other residential centre is a crisis unit which helps anybody aged over 16, and also provides harm reduction services. Inpatient detoxification is available at another centre in Edinburgh, and they help users of any age. They also have a dedicated stimulant project, and counselling is on offer to help with the underlying psychological issues which lead to addiction. The remaining centres for drug detox in Edinburgh only have outpatient detoxification. One works with under 18s and the other works with over 18s.
Drug Detox in Galashiels, Scottish Borders
The only option for drug detox in Galashiels is a community-based service which offers outpatient detoxification, counselling and uses local health wards for inpatient detoxification. Anybody over the age of 16 is welcome to treatment.
Drug Detox in West Linton, Scottish Borders
A residential centre offers inpatient treatment during drug detox in West Linton, and anybody aged 16 or over can attend. Aftercare and help with the criminal justice system is also available.
If you’re unsure about what to do for drug detox in Midlothian, we can help you find the treatment you need. We have a detailed knowledge of the different centres all across Scotland, and can give you an idea of the level of treatment you’re likely to require. There are numerous centres in Edinburgh, but the options in Scottish Borders offer a similar level of care. We’ll answer any questions you have about treatment and help you make an informed decision. Our advice is completely free, so pick up the phone and get in touch with us today!