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Cost of Rehab

Find out the costs involved in entering any of our drug rehab courses

There is a very wide range of treatment facilities available and within this range there are many different lengths of programme. All of these factors will of course impact on the cost of the rehab treatment required.

As a general rule it is more expensive to access rehab at a fully residential centre than in a quasi-residential centre. The former is a rehab where the clients live in the treatment facility and their treatment costs include full board. At the more expensive facilities there will be medical, as well as support, staff available 24 hours per day. Many have a range of facilities such as well-equipped gyms or hobby rooms which are used as an integral part of the treatment programme.*

The quasi-residential system involves the clients living in houses close by the treatment centre in small groups. These houses are supervised at all times by the support staff from the rehab and all of them have been inspected and approved on a regular basis by the Care Quality Commission. Living in this way helps many recovering addicts or alcoholics learn or re-discover essential life skills. The actual programme of treatment is often very similar to those offered by the residential units, including the holistic treatments which are important to a successful recovery.

Find out the costs involved in entering any of our drug rehab courses

The costs can range from £500 per week to £5000 per week and our role is to help you decide what is best for you in your particular circumstances. The most expensive is not always the most suitable and the longest programme is not always what is needed. Our experience of treatment centres and the high standards we expect from those standards enable us to help you find the right treatment at the right cost. The first step in your search is a call to us on 0800 078 7757 when we can help you to find the answer.

*In some cases private health insurance can be used to pay for treatment. To discuss where and in what circumstances this is possible please call us on 0800 078 7757

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