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In This Guide

New to addiction treatment? Clinic programmes and options for private addiction help can be confusing. Choosing the wrong provider can mean serious consequences for future sobriety, relationships, and family life.

Before taking the plunge, here's everything you need to know when shopping around for addiction help in Rhosllannerchrugog.

Step 1 - Needs .v. Wants

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 spending just a little time getting clear on what you truly need, can save a costly mistake.

Detox .v. Rehab

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

- Have you been detoxed before? (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.

Finding Rehab Near Rhosllannerchrugog

Thinking of treatment nearby? It's a natural response when feeling low.

Make comparisons instead, against level of care, support, and independent reviews from The Care Quality Commission (England & Wales) or The Care Inspectorate (Scotland).

Detox beds can be found in hospitals, and virtually any clinic. But does their long term support match your needs in the longer term? Just a few minutes work here, can pay off down the line.

A Past History Of Addiction

Like many things in life, the quality of your experience in a rehab clinic can come down to the breadth and depth of experience of the staff you're working with.

This can be especially important where you have complex drug or alcohol detox needs.

Most clinics have standardised approaches for routine detoxes for alcohol etc, but anything more complex will need specialist input from suitably qualified professionals.

Likewise for therapeutic help, what specialist qualifications in addiction do the team have? Ask here about issues that have been sticking points for you in the past, and their suitability to help.

Recommended Questions To Ask:

KEY QUESTIONS

- In your experience, would someone with my detox needs be better suited for hospital detox?
- Do you have specialist addiction medics prescribing detox?
- Are there suitable staff in the clinic who are equipped to handle detox complications?

Step 2 - Get The Low Down On What Happens Inside The Clinic

What is the typical admission process?

For in-patient treatment stays, you'll have your own room in the clinic, where you stay, live and sleep, for anywhere from 7-84 days or more (28 days is the average stay).

Since every individual is different, and needs can vary widely, (even two people consuming the same amount of alcohol or drugs can need very different timescale and treatment) - a personal assessment is usually needed, before admission to a clinic can go ahead.

Keeping Track Of Getting Better

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

In the best clinics, where personal attention is high, you'll work with an assigned case manager, throughout your stay, who should help you draw up a care plan, in this way.

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. It's worth making the effort here.

Suggested Questions:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Do you provide a written plan for me to follow, during treatment?
- How do I make sure I stay on track during treatment?
- Does care planning account for my detox needs, therapy needs, or both?
- Am I passed from one staff member to another, as shifts change?

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.

Since residential rehab is a group environment, most clinics provide each client with a daily agenda, every night for the following day. The agenda lets you know what's happening when, and what activities you should participate in.

Factors such as previous detoxes, history of relapse, amount and duration of intake, and others, will determine how long the detox stage of treatment takes. Detox could last just a few days. Sometimes, detox will last much longer. There is no fixed timescale for each individual.

Call the clinic's admissions team to arrange to look around the inside of the centre before completing any paperwork. This can give you a real feel for how the day to day looks and feels.

Questions To Ask:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Is it possible to see internal photos of the centre, before admitting?
- Do I take part in daily activities even during detox? 
- 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?

Does Covid-19 Affect My Rehab Treatment?

They say, that rehab and recovery are team sports.

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.

But making headway in your recovery, at the expense of other health factors, won't help anyone.

Questions 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 - Managing The Budget For Treatment

Public health services are usually free, but rarely provide detox, or speedy access to treatment. Private providers are more specialist, with a joined up approach, but come at a cost.

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.

  • Fee-free help is usually restricted to local keywork sessions with an allocated health worker and onward referrals to other specialists in mental health etc. In turn, each of these elements will have their own waiting list attached. 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. What you get for your money, in private clinics, is the opportunity to immerse in the mindset of recovery full-time, uninterrupted by external forces or day-to-day concerns. The long term ramifications of this are significant. Paid providers are running a business of course, and must pay all the associated costs of specialist staff, day-to-day running costs, medical fees, etc. Thus a stay in rehab will likely be in the region of £2,500 - £15,000, depending on how long you stay, your needs, and other specifics.
Public Or Private?
Public
  • Keywork visit focussed
  • Possible onward referral
  • Minimal/Low cost (NHS service)
  • Residential treatment rare
  • Long wait times
Private
  • Complete treatment: detox, therapeutic help, relapse prevention
  • Full programme  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.

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 Ways To Get Help

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.

Whilst mutual aid plays a big part for many, later in their recovery journey, those at the start will need professional help to detox safely.

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

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.

Where no public healthcare short term options are viable, or where the individual doesn't have enough funding in place for treatment, we often see families and friends pooling together to finance detox for a loved one.

Step 4 - Find Objective Reviews

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

The industry regulators - the Care Quality Commission in England & Wales, and the Care Inspectorate in Scotland, publish the only independent reporting on standards available, for private rehab clinics.

These two regulators ensure clinics are up to scratch, and send written reports to clinics with their findings, on how they can improve their service, and potential penalties, if they don't comply.


Treatment providers are graded against standardised performance measures like environment, care standards, and support provided to clients.

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 - Arrange Admission

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

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.

When the assessment is complete, you'll likely be asked to pay a deposit, to book a place in the clinic, and allow the provider to start preparing for your arrival.

Any additional financial issues, such as paying via insurance policy, would normally also be sorted out at this stage.

Step 6 - Deposits & Paying For Treatment

As mentioned above, paying a deposit means the clinic can prepare for your arrival, and allocate your room booking.

Expect to pay anywhere from £1,800 to £4,000 to book a place in a treatment provider's clinic.

You won't find many clinics offering payment options directly, unfortunately.

You should expect some kind of booking confirmation from the provider, usually by email, after any deposit or balance payment is made.

Remaining Balance

Clinics will normally expect payment of the remaining balance of treatment, upon arrival and admission to the clinic, so be prepared to make a payment at this time.

Pay this on time to avoid surcharges that could quickly mount up later.

Step 7 - Admit to treatment

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.

Bring along a few supplies with you, like those below. You should be able to arrange for anything else, after arrival.

  • Informal clothing for routine clinic activities
  • Basic toiletries
  • Suitable accessories for any leisure facilities/gym/etc if available
  • Sufficient medication to last the length of your stay

It's worth checking usage policies re internet and wifi, and devices, as you may be disappointed if the clinic you've chosen asks you to hand them in, before your stay begins, without prior warning.

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.

Take a well-deserved rest, as the road to recovery opens up before you.

The Top Questions To Ask

Thanks for reading our guide.

Our printable cheatsheet lays out the exact questions to ask, in a printable PDF format.

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

Thanks for reading our ultimate guide to finding treatment help in Rhosllannerchrugog.

Help for addiction is available at Abbeycare's UK clinics.

We've helped thousands overcome their addiction to alcohol or drugs.

All these years we've stuck to the basics that work - structured detox, therapy, and aftercare solutions that help get folks back on track.

Even if you're not local, we can still help with transport into treatment (full transparency - some costs do apply).

Our inspection reports from the regulators, are available on our clinic pages, here: Abbeycare Scotland, Abbeycare Hygrove.

Our admissions team are ready to help.

Detox is available, with comfort and safety, 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.

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

Are you ready?

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

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