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In This Guide

Private rehab treatment for alcohol or drug addiction can be expensive, and low-cost or free alternatives are seldom available. Many aren't aware of the right questions to ask, and how to compare more than one centre.

If you're considering expensive rehab treatment - read our need-to-knows before taking the plunge.

Step 1 - Detox .v. Rehab

When you or a loved one are finally ready for help, it can be tempting to pick up the phone and sign up for the first rehab clinic you can find. But considering first, what your treatment needs truly are, can help you pay for rehab just once, and not twice.

Detox .v. Rehab

Addiction treatment for alcohol or drugs usually starts with a detox, then therapy (rehab), followed by aftercare. But which of these is right for you?

- Do you need all three stages of treatment, detox > rehab > aftercare? (Be truthful).

If you've completed previous treatment and have a good understanding of self already, the full programme may not be required. But if you don't have supports in place, the detox-only option may not be enough.

Clinic Location

Amongst the concerns we hear each day, the location of the clinic is one of the most common. But sometimes, you can be too close to home.

But there's more to consider, in your long term sobriety journey, than the clinic next door.

Detox can be found in many places, but a strong rehabilitation programme with excellent therapy can mean much greater progress in the long term. Asking a few basics like these upfront can save a lot of headache later.

A Past History Of Addiction

Getting the right help means being picky about the support you'll receive while in treatment.

Multiple previous detoxes, or challenging liver issues, should mean you're extra careful that the clinic can accommodate your needs, both safely, and comfortably.

The clinic team over the phone should be able to give a rough indication of how they'll approach your treatment.

Ask around to find a clinic with professionals who have experience in detoxing your substance type specifically, e.g. a high dose methadone detox is complex, and should be undertaken only by professionals with substantial experience.

What To Ask:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Are you a rehab clinic, or a hospital?
- What professionals in the clinic are admininstering detox?
- My case is complex- what happens in the event of complications?

Step 2 - The Day To Day Inside A Clinic

Tell me about how treatment works.

Rehabilitation clinics operate a residential service - you stay residentially, in the clinic, 24hrs a day, usually with your own room and personal space.

The clinic you enquire with, have to make sure they can look after you and your needs for detox and rehab. They'll ask some standard questions about your usage, and history with addiction. This is normal, and it's important for them to rule out extreme cases where their environment may not be safe, or provide a comfortable detox experience.

Mapping Out Needs And Treatment Goals

Clients are normally encouraged to actively monitor their progress towards recovery treatment goals and outcomes.

Most providers, at the start of your stay, will help you visualise personal goals and progress targets, in a specifically designed care plan.

Together you'll map out key milestones, while accounting for past addictive patterns and behaviours. Don't miss this bit out.

Suggested Questions:

KEY QUESTIONS

- To what extent is my care and management planned and mapped out?
- How do I know if I'm on the right track, during treatment?
- Is care planning done for me, or is it collaborative?
- Is there a member of staff assigned to me personally?

A Day In The Life

Tell me about the daily routine in treatment?

Without actually being in the clinic, the closest you can get is to ask questions about the daily experience of life in the clinic.

Private clinics are normally group oriented. Consistency can be maintained by everyone sharing in the same day structure, usually in the form of an agenda. This lays out the timetable of events, and what's expected.

Detox from alcohol or substance misuse in a clinic can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks, depending on multiple factors. Detox could last just a few days. Sometimes, detox will last much longer. This level of variance between individuals is very normal.

Arranging a visit to the clinic, before committing any funding, can help reassure you of standards of care, and avoid a costly mistake. Ask about this.

Have You Asked:

KEY QUESTIONS

- How can I see what's inside the clinic, online?
- Give me an idea of how each day is structured, whilst in treatment? 
- Can I arrange a visit to the clinic, to look around, without obligation, before committing? 
- Based on my information, how quickly would you want me to start taking part in the therapy schedule, following detox?

Addiction Treatment & Covid-19

Few people successfully make it into long term recovery without the help of the bigger group around them.

In fact, a big part of recovering in the longer term, is re-learning to interact with others, and break the old patterns of isolation.

Making long term recovery gains today, means being careful to check on some basics re covid-19 preparedness and preventative measures.

Make sure of the following:
  • Does covid-19 affect any aspect of admitting to treatment?
  • For activities where other clients are involved, how are those managed during covid-19?
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Step 3 - Set A Budget

Getting funds together for rehab in Brymbo takes planning, for most families.

The ability of third sector or voluntary organisations to deal with more complex detox needs is usually slim - it's worth looking into this though.

  • Public providers like the NHS in the UK, will generally offer addiction keywork support sessions weekly, on an out-patient basis, with possible referral to other outpatient support services. If you're prepared to undertake this work and have the discipline required, free services can work well.
  • Paid services - like rehab clinics, provide a more specialist custom programme tailored to the individual, and without the interruption over time. Whilst they do come at a cost, private clinics have experience in providing specialist insight and intervention. Getting direct help from those who have already been there can lead to insights or progress in your own case, not usually achievable in other environments. A stay in a paid rehab clinic will set you back upwards of £3000, in most cases - this is for a typical minimum 7 day stay.
Public Or Private?
Public
  • Keywork visit focussed
  • Onward referral possible
  • Free or minimal cost
  • No rehab/residential care (usually)
  • Long waiting lists
Private
  • Complete treatment: detox, therapeutic help, relapse prevention
  • Specialist staff; residential care
  • Fast access to treatment
  • Privately funded/More expensive

As you can imagine, the cheapest provider is not always the best.

Instead, seeking out non-brand name providers, who spend less on business and more on care levels, can pay off.

Call round a few providers, using our cheatsheet if needed - and get a feel for pricing, and whether they can meet your needs comfortably. Don't commit to anything just yet.

Alternative Options

Support In The Community

Most cities and towns across the world play host to mutual aid style meetings locally, like the 12 step driven groups of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.

However, specialist medical help will be required to kick start the journey with detox, which cannot be obtained via such community groups.

AA, NA, and the big book groups have millions of followers and attendees, and have been very successful over the years. But the first stage of help - physically detoxing - will need more specialist care.

NHS Addiction Options

In the first instance, it's possible to present to your GP and discuss the possibility of referral to your local addictions team, in the NHS. They will usually help you monitor the effects of addiction in your life, but are unable to refer or provide funding for immediate detox, in most cases.

At best, only the most extreme or chronic cases are normally considered for hospital detox or residential clinics.

In reality, where the need for detox is urgent, we often see families and groups of friends pooling funds together, to help a loved one access treatment faster, from a private provider.

Step 4 - Find Objective Reviews

Review platforms are widespread nowadays and some reviews are not always trustworthy.

Our heroes here are the industry watchdogs - The Care Commission, and The Care Inspectorate.

The CQC and The Care Inspectorate are the industry regulators, and complete routine inspections of private rehabs, which are often classified under the 'Care Homes' category, in their records.


Clinics are graded across multiple areas of care, including support standards, management, and clinical environment.

How Clinic Inspections Work

In some visits, the provider is made aware in advance, that the inspection is occuring - these are what's known as "Announced" inspections. Other times, inspection teams show up without warning - these are "Unannounced" inspections - therefore, to get the most reliable information, look for reports which state the inspection was Unannounced.

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Step 5 - Finalise The Details

Now that you've read up, and compared a few clinics, it's time to arrange admission.

Normally, the provider will take you through a few initial questions, when you call, to make sure you're a good fit, and will work well together.

An assessment shouldn’t normally take more than 20 minutes, after which you can pay any required financial deposit over the phone and expect some form of booking confirmation and receipt of payment.

Take the opportunity at this point to arrange payment via insurance policy, if applicable.

Step 6 - Deposits & Paying For Treatment

As mentioned, an initial deposit payment is usually expected.

Depending on total costs, your deposit could be anywhere from £500 - £3,000 or more.

It's less common nowadays to see treatment clinics themselves offering payment plan options.

An email confirmation of your booking is usually sent to you, confirming the next steps.

Balance To Pay

The provider will likely ask you to settle the remainder of the treatment balance due, after arrival at the clinic.

To avoid excess charges later, it's best to settle this on time.

Step 7 - Get Started

If you don't already have it, contact the admissions team and confirm your date and time of arrival.

You'll usually be asked to bring certain essentials with you:

  • Casual clothing, for participating in day-to-day clinic activities
  • Basic toiletries
  • Accessories for any gym/swim/leisure facilities
  • Sufficient medication to last the length of your stay

Your booking confirmation or documentation received should note guidance on extras such as internet usage, family visits, and precautions or special measures in place as a result of covid-19.

Most clinics have a busy schedule and making sure you arrive on time is important. Getting your means of transport to the clinic organised ahead of time, will ensure things are effortless, on the day.

And of course, enjoy your recovery!

Easy Rehab Q&A Cheatsheet

You've reached the end of our ultimate guide on finding the right rehab!

We’ve compiled the top questions to ask a provider, in one easy to print PDF to have handy when you ring clinics.

For Those In Brymbo, Our Team Can Provide Complimentary Guidance On Addiction Treatment Options.

You've completed our guide on finding the right rehab near Brymbo!

Abbeycare's UK clinics have been helping those in Brymbo.

We've worked with thousands from all over the world, and we can probably help you too.

All that experience has helped us assist those with even the most complicated detox and rehab needs.

Not nearby? No problem, we can arrange transport too, in many cases.

Check our independent inspection reports, available on our clinic pages for Scotland, and The Hygrove.

Our admissions team are ready to help.

The Abbeycare medical team can help you detox comfortably.

Our therapists are ready to help you get the insights you need, to stop the pattern of addiction, and reclaim your life.

The Abbeycare clinic team are ready to help you co-ordinate everything.

Now....are you ready?

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