Rehab Newtown

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If you're looking for drug or alcohol addiction help - you'll have already realised the myriad of options on offer. 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 - Detox & Rehab Treatment Options

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 Only, Or A Complete Recovery Programme?

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?

- Have you been detoxed before? It's important to be clear on this.

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

Finding Rehab Near Newtown

Understandably, when feeling low and needing detox, most will opt for a clinic close to where they live.

Unless you're extremely unwell, consider anything up to 100 mile radius and focus instead on quality of care.

Most clinics provide standard detox protocols and some form of therapy. But will they still be supporting you after you leave the clinic? It pays to shop around here.

See all the locations Abbeycare serve, here.

Previous/Complex Detoxes

Making sure you're getting the right support, can have a serious impact on long term results.

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

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

Getting reassurance that the provider is not only ready to detox you based on your needs, but has done so many times for others in the past, is important.

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KEY QUESTIONS

- How long should detox take, for me?
- 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.

Private rehab clinics are centres where all the normal addiction treatment options like detox, therapy, and relapse prevention, are provided in a private setting, all under one roof, with specialists in the field. With your own room, and seclusion away from the addiction triggers in normal life, you have a chance to truly recover.

Before admission, you should expect to complete an initial assessment over the phone with admissions staff, whose job it is to co-ordinate the information you provide with specialists inside the clinic, and ensure their facility can meet your needs.

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.

If staff do not offer to help draw up a personalised care plan of action for your clinic time, and longer recovery journey, you've chosen the wrong provider.

This document will be used as your yardstick to measure progress and keep track. It's worth making the effort here.

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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?
- Does care planning account for my detox needs, therapy needs, or both?
- How is my treatment regimen communicated between staff members?

Life Inside The Clinic

Tell me about the daily routine in treatment?

Asking some key questions before admitting to a clinic can help you get a sense for what life is like in treatment, before committing.

Every day new clients enter treatment and previous ones leave. Although everyone is at different stages of treatment, providers must keep everyone on track. This means preparing and issuing a daily agenda. This schedule will be your guide for day to day life in the clinic, as you move through the stages of treatment in your care plan.

The duration of detox each individual needs, will vary, based on multiple factors, including frequency and recency of usage, history of addiction, previous detoxes, etc. Detox could last just a few days. Sometimes it will take longer than this to get a clear head again. There is no fixed timescale for each individual.

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.

Make Sure These Questions Are On Your List:
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KEY QUESTIONS

- Do you have a virtual online tour I can take?
- Can you send me an example of what the daily schedule is like, in the clinic? 
- How do I get reassurance about the look and feel of the clinic, prior to arranging admission? 
- When would I be expected to move from detox into therapy in the clinic?

How Does Covid-19 Affect Rehab Centres?

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

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.

Here's what to ask:
  • How does covid-19 affect the rehab programme?
  • How does covid-19 affect elements of the programme that are usually group-oriented, e.g. exercise, meditation, therapy, etc?
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Step 3 - Rehab On A Budget

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

There are few half way house providers that exist generally, between public providers, and private treatment, so get clear from the start on which you need.

  • Non-private help for addiction can be limited to local outpatient support with an assigned keyworker, and appropriate signposting to other specialists for help in other areas. For some, this can work well. Others need something more specialist. If you're prepared to undertake this work and have the discipline required, free services can work well.
  • Private rehab clinics - are often the catalyst at the start of the process of long term recovery. The return for your investment is the immersion into the world of recovery, and it's mindset. This is the key to longer term change, in many cases. Let's be realistic - private help like this is not cheap. But there is no more specialist help available. Private clinics will expect you to stay in a clinic for 7-28 days+, and costs can be anywhere from £3,000 - £15,000+, depending on specifics.
Public Or Private?
Public
  • Mostly Out-Patient
  • Possible onward referral
  • Minimal/Low cost (NHS service)
  • Residential treatment rare
  • Lengthy wait time (normally)
Private
  • Complete treatment: detox, therapeutic help, relapse prevention
  • All specialists and care in one location
  • Immediate/Fast access
  • Not publicly funded

Automatically choosing the lowest price provider can lead to poor care levels inside the clinic, detrimental to your recovery progress.

Double check standards of care and therapy provided for lower cost providers - you may be surprised. Opt instead for a middle-tier clinic, with a better balance of cost to care levels provided.

Without committing yet, get in touch with at least 3 potential treatment centres and ask about costs and your needs. You'll also get some insight here as to how much attention each provider pays and their levels of care.

Looking Beyond Clinic Treatment

Local Mutual Aid Meetings

12 step support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are usually available in most locations, although meetings have largely shifted towards online now, in the wake of covid issues.

For most at the start of the recovery journey though, detox options are a very real need, and not something that can be obtained without more specialist help.

AA, NA, and the big book groups have millions of followers and attendees, and have been very successful over the years. But at the early stages, it's important to get safe and comfortable professional help to detox.

Public Healthcare For Addiction

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.

Hospital or clinic based detox places strain on resources and funding, and is usually only available for extreme cases.

More often, where a genuine need for short term detox exists, it's more common to see loved ones and family pulling funds together to help someone get help.

Step 4 - Find Objective Reviews

Reviews of your chosen provider are easy to find on the net, but are they real?

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

These regulatory bodies complete inspections to ensure a minimum level of service is met.


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

How Clinic Inspections Work

There are 2 types of clinic inspections you need to know about - "Unannounced" and "Announced". "Unannounced" means the inspection team arrived at the provider with no forewarning; "Announced" means the clinic were aware of the visit in advance; therefore, always seek out reports detailing "Unannounced" inspections, to get the clearest picture possible, of day-to-day standards, inside the clinic.

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Step 5 - Complete The Initial Assessment

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

Expect to go through a few questions initially, when you call the provider you've chosen - this is normal.

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.

It's a good time at this point to also sort out any payment by insurance policy, or other means.

Step 6 - Arranging Payment

Most clinics will expect payment of a deposit, toward the full balance of treatment, prior to admitting.

Because the total booking value is high, even a small percentage deposit could work out anywhere from £2,000 - £4,000 for the higher end providers.

Not many clinics remain, who offer finance payment plans, directly.

Be sure to get a written confirmation of receipt for your deposit, and confirm with the provider any admin fees due, in the event of admission delays, or even cancellation, due to unforeseen circumstances.

Paying For The Rest Of Treatment

Treatment providers will expect payment for the remainder of the balance of treatment, upon arrival the clinic.

It's a good idea to pay this promptly, to avoid excess charges.

Step 7 - Get Started

Did you get a booking confirmation, containing the practical details, like date and time you're due to arrive for treatment? If not, request one now.

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

  • Informal clothing for routine clinic activities
  • Toiletries to last the length of your stay
  • Accessories for any gym/swim/leisure facilities
  • Enough of any regular prescribed medication, to last your treatment duration

Check your booking confirmation for advice about mobile phone usage, internet access, visits, leisure facilities, and any special arrangements for covid-19.

Treatment centres must co-ordinate their clinical and medical teams availability for your arrival - so being on time matters. Try to arrange your transport to the clinic, ahead of time, to make sure things run smoothly.

At this point, congratulations! Your recovery journey has already begun.

Easy Rehab Q&A Cheatsheet

Thank you for reading the ultimate guide to finding the right rehab treatment for Newtown.

Abbeycare Are Delighted To Serve The Newtown Area.

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

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

Thousands have already joined Abbeycare to overcome addiction, from every corner of the globe.

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

We can even arrange to assist with transport to the clinic (some extra charges do apply).

Check our independent inspection reports, available on our clinic pages for Scotland, and Abbeycare Gloucester.

Our admissions team are ready to listen to your needs.

Our medical team are ready to 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.

Our clinical team are ready to help you start the journey.

Now....are you ready?

To ask a question, or to arrange admission, ring our team now on 01603 513 091.

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