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In This Guide

New to addiction treatment? Clinic programmes and options for private addiction help can be confusing. Thousands blindly walk into addiction treatment in expensive rehab centres and find that the reality doesn't meet expectations.

Our comprehensive guide will walk you through finding the right help, at the right price. In a hurry? Download our printable Q&A guide to have handy when you speak with providers.

Step 1 - What Do You Need?

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 use your needs, and past experience, first and foremost, as your guide to what treatment will work best.

Detox Only, Or A Complete Recovery Programme?

A stay for alcohol or drug rehab normally follows the sequence Detox > Rehab > Aftercare, but do you need all three?

- Unsure if you need detox, rehab, aftercare, or all 3? Think about this carefully.

You could go for a detox-only programme, but run greater risk of future relapse if other supports are not in place.

Treatment Near Llantrisant

The convenience of a nearby clinic can seem appealing when feeling in need of detox.

Looking farther afield can potentially mean finding a higher standard of care, for less cost.

Detox beds can be found in hospitals, and virtually any clinic. But does their long term support match your needs in the longer term? Asking a few basics like these upfront can save a lot of headache later.

Multi-Substance Detox, Or Previous Attempts At Rehab

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

You'll want a clear idea here of what detox protocol you're getting, and what help is available during it.

While an admissions team or sales team can give an indication of likely detox methods, this is of course finalised and decided upon by the supervising medical professionals present.

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.

Recommended Questions To Ask:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Do you foresee any complications with my detox?
- What professionals in the clinic are admininstering detox?
- If there are unexpected issues during my detox, what happens?

Step 2 - What Does A Stay In Rehab Actually Involve?

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.

How Do I Monitor Progress?

If your clinic provides strong personal attention in the programme, they should help you map out what you want from treatment, exactly.

A care plan, lays out in detail, how your stay will proceed, what targets you have for treatment, and how you'll measure them. Clinic addiction specialists (ideally assigned only to you) should help you prepare this and use it as a tool throughout your stay.

Be sure to take an active part in this, to avoid having standardised goals laid out, that don't match your preferences or personal situation. Any input at this stage will likely pay dividends later.

Suggested Questions:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Do I get an individualised care plan that I have input into?
- How do I make sure I stay on track during treatment?
- Do you take account of my history of addiction when making treatment care plans?
- Is there continuity whilst in treatment, of who I deal with, each day?

Life Inside The Clinic

What is it like being in a rehab clinic?

Short of actually admitting to treatment, we need to ask questions here that let us know what we should expect to see, hear, and feel, once admitted to a clinic.

Clinic operators must keep an entire group of clients on track every day. This can only be achieved when everyone works from the same daily schedule. The agenda lets you know what's happening when, and what activities you should participate in.

The normal first stage of treatment is detox. Detox could last just a few days. Others may take much longer than this to progress. There is no fixed timescale for each individual.

Always enquire about having a look around the clinic, by visiting first, before committing. Most clinics don't have an open-door policy, but will happily let you see inside, by arrangement.

Questions To Ask:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Do you have a virtual online tour I can take?
- Do you have sample daily agendas for treatment I can look at? 
- How do I arrange to see inside the clinic, before admitting? 
- Based on my information, how quickly would you want me to start taking part in the therapy schedule, following detox?

A Word About Covid-19

Rehab is almost always a group exercise, even at higher end clinics.

Those in long term recovery achieved it, only by accepting help from others, and helping them, in return.

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

Questions to ask:
  • Does covid-19 affect any aspect of admitting to treatment?
  • Does covid-19 delay my admission in to the clinic?
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Step 3 - Managing The Budget For Treatment

Naturally, funding private rehab treatment in Llantrisant is a concern for many.

The differences between public and private options are vast.

  • 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 rehabilitation centres - offer very quck access to in-patient help, for an intensive, immersive start to a longer recovery journey. There is no substitute for the experience of staff in private treatment units. Let's be realistic - private help like this is not cheap. But there is no more specialist help available. Of course, private clinics have to recompense their specialist staff, and thus fees are attached. Expect to pay anywhere from £3,000 - £18,000+, for a private rehab stay, depending on duration and needs.
Public Or Private?
Public
  • Self-Management/Out-Patient Focus
  • Possible signposting to other services
  • Minimal/Low cost (NHS service)
  • No rehab/residential care (usually)
  • Lengthy wait time (normally)
Private
  • End-to-end detox > therapy > aftercare
  • Full programme  in one location
  • Fast access to treatment
  • More expensive

Your mental health matters, and because of the costs involved, it's easy to opt for a very low end provider, with minimal support. Not always a great idea.

Working with minimalist care, in a clinic with spartan conditions is not conducive to personal breakthroughs. Instead, look for alternative providers with smaller programmes, headcount, and overheads, to strike the right balance.

Use this step to get a clear idea of what rough budget you can commit to treatment, ringing round a few providers for initial pricing if needed.

Other Avenues For Help

Mutual Aid Support

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.

Sadly, community aids like this are unable to help with the most acute phase, needed at the start of recovery - detox.

Mutual aid meetings have earned their place in everyone's recovery. But starting out - you'll need more specialist help for detox.

Community Healthcare Options

Whilst the NHS do have addiction keyworkers in different regions, they’re normally overrun with enquiries and demand on resources, meaning obtaining funding for a rehab stay is unlikely.

Eligibility for short term detox is slim, and is usually restricted to only a handful of cases.

Families and friends often agree to jointly finance private treatment, in cases where no publicly funded options are available.

Step 4 - Read The Reviews

While many providers will claim to show many positive reviews, their legitimacy is not always clear.

Arm yourself from the outset, with the *only* truly impartial consumer report available for private clinics - the Care Quality Commission (England & Wales) and/or Care Inspectorate (Scotland) inspection reports.

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 reviewed on quality and expertise of their service, staff, and care levels provided.

Important - Regulator Inspections

Inspections can be "announced" (the clinic is aware in advance) or "unannounced" (inspection teams arrive without warning) - so for the best insight into everyday care levels, check for unannounced reports.

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Step 5 - Choose A Clinic

With the homework all done, it's time to get serious about arranging treatment at one of the providers you've shortlisted.

When you call the admissions team for the clinic you’ve chosen, expect to go through an initial telephone assessment, and pay a deposit towards treatment, as explained above.

After the assessment is complete, the clinic will start making preparations for your stay - to do this, they'll need some commitment from you, in the form of a deposit payment - this holds the room in your name, and allows the team to start making arrangements.

If you’re paying via an insurance policy, this is the time that will get sorted out also.

Step 6 - Deposits & Paying For Treatment

As mentioned, an initial deposit payment is usually expected.

The deposit could be anywhere from £500 - £3,000, depending on specifics. Most clinics accept payment over the phone by card.

A few offer payment plans to help spread the cost of rehab, although nowadays this is less common.

Make sure to get an email confirmation of deposit paid, and confirmation of what happens next.

Remaining Balance

The balance to pay for treatment, if not paying via insurance or a third party, is usually due when you arrive to admit to the clinic.

It’s worth making the effort to settle this on time, as some providers can levy surcharges for late payment, and this quickly adds up, on larger balances.

Step 7 - Admit to treatment

Make note of the day and time you're due to admit to treatment.

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

  • Casualwear clothes, for spending time in the clinic
  • Supply of key toiletries
  • Suitable accessories for any leisure facilities/gym/etc if available
  • Enough of any regular prescribed medication, to last your treatment duration

Rules re mobile phone and device usage varies from clinic to clinic - it's worth checking before you set off - how many devices are allowed, and what the internet usage policy is. Many clinics have a restricted use policy, to keep clients on track.

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.

From this point on, your recovery journey has begun!

Are You Asking The Right Questions?

Thanks so much for reading the ultimate guide on finding rehab treatment in Llantrisant.

You'll find all the right questions to ask a treatment provider in our printable checklist.

If You're Looking For Treatment Near Llantrisant, We Can Probably Help.

Abbeycare have provided this guide free of charge, to help you make the right decision when considering addiction rehab treatment options.

Abbeycare have central UK locations, and serve the Llantrisant area.

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

There's no substitute for the years of experience we've had, assisting with even the most complex cases.

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.

Abbeycare admissions team can advise on options that suit your needs.

Detox is possible, safely and comfortably, with the help of our medical team.

The Abbeycare therapy team are specialists in helping you identify and work through the underlying triggers behind addiction.

Our clinic team are ready to help you get started.

Are you ready for recovery?

If you're ready for help, call our admissions team direct, on 01603 513 091.

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