Alcohol Rehab 90 Days

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A 90-day alcohol rehab programme is a popular solution for addicts who are serious about kicking their addiction. 

It is ideal for someone who is self-funding or paying for the treatment themselves, as most insurance companies will likely only cover 28-day treatment programmes. 

NHS does offer more extended treatment periods that can last even a year, but this is usually limited to outpatient care.

The only disadvantage with it is that you have a more extended waiting period before admission into the private alcohol treatment programme. 

Three months, or 90 days, can provide an individual with a firm foundation for getting better and connecting to therapists and consultants for ongoing aftercare.

Various fellowships can give a solid and regular treatment such as AA. 

It has the highest level of success and will help one maintain their sobriety for longer. 

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How Much Is 90-Day Rehab? 

Rehab is essentially expensive and can range from £2,000 per week to almost £10,000 a week for the boutique service.

So, a 90-day programme may cost you between £24,000 and £120,000. Some clinics may charge even more depending on the level of service offered. 

What Is The Significance Of 90 Days? 

The longer an addict stays in the rehab clinic, the higher the chances of recovery. A 90-day programme is significant in the following ways; 

Provides the Ability to Focus More on Recovery 

With a 28-30 day rehab, the first few weeks are spent on detoxification and emotional/physical recovery, which doesn’t leave much time for other courses of treatment.

Most people need more time to recover without any distractions. 

90 days provide an individual with adequate time to transition and focus on their process.

It also allows the patient to immerse themselves fully into the treatment programme and other treatment activities. 

Gives One More Time to Master Their Recovery 

Most short-term programmes do not have enough time for skill mastery, especially for life out of rehab.

Skills like interpersonal relationships, conflict resolution, and trigger control are essential if you want your sobriety to last. 

Like any other skill, sobriety requires practice, and the longer you practice it at a more extended rehab clinic, the better for you. 

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Takes You Away From Stressful Situations 

Sometimes, stress could trigger one’s alcoholism, and leaving the stressful environment could be the best solution for sobriety.

30-days may not be enough time, and therefore a more extended stay at 90-day rehab clinic, could offer better results. 

Deeper Learning Experience 

More extended programmes enable one to dig deeper into the recovery and could benefit an individual’s journey to recovery.

The more extended treatment has more programmes with detailed counseling and therapy sessions for both the addict and their families. 

Gives One a Chance to Change Their Habits 

According to science, the longer you stay without doing something, the more chances of beating that habit.

So, 90-days are ideal for one to beat their addiction habit and develop a life of sobriety. 

Better Outcomes 

Statistics show that a 90-day rehab programme has higher chances of success compared to any other shorter programmes.

The longer an individual stays in rehab, the longer your sobriety is likely to last. You are also in a better position to get hired as a counselor.

Helping others is quite therapeutic and could help you remain sober even longer. 

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60-Day Rehab Programmes 

A 60-day Rehab Programme is best for an individual with an established addiction and who is not yet considered chronic or a hard-core case. 

That being said, the length of treatment is best determined by experienced professionals.

It is not advisable to assume that a 60-day programme is best for you, and only an assessment from an experienced clinician would help determine how much time you need. 

Here are some rehab programme options: 

Inpatient Rehabilitation 

An inpatient rehab clinic is a treatment option where the patient is required to reside in the clinic for the duration of their treatment.

If you decide to go to rehab, you will spend the entire 60 days in the rehab. 

The cost of such treatment varies depending on the clinic you choose.

Still, inpatient has the highest chances of success, and you must prepare yourself psychologically as you have to leave everything behind and fully concentrate on getting better. 

Outpatient Rehabilitation 

Outpatient is the opposite of Inpatient, of course. In this case, you do not live at the clinic but rather continue with your life as usual while attending clinics regularly. 

You may have to join AA a couple of times a week, plus you may have to meet with a therapist as often as needed.

It is a less intensive treatment programme that requires your commitment to remain sober. 

For this to succeed, you must be focused on your sobriety and mental health. 

Luxury Rehab 

This is a top-notch and high-class treatment option that is available in a few standard rehab clinics.

These clinics are primarily located in secluded areas, where the patient has complete privacy during their stay. 

Compared to other treatment options, this is the most expensive but also uses innovative recovery options.

There are many complimentary services and excellent activities to ensure sobriety, plus the other amenities offered include gourmet meals created by professional staff. 

This is where you will likely find public figures and celebrities because their costs are astronomical. 

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About the author

Peter Szczepanski

Pete has been on the GPhC register for 29 years. He holds a Clinical Diploma in Advanced Clinical Practice and he is a Clinical Lead in Alcohol and Substance Misuse for Abbeycare Gloucester and works as the Clinical Lead in Alcohol and Substance Use in Worcestershire. To read more about Pete visit his LinkedIn profile.