Rehab Rogerstone

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In This Guide

If you're looking for drug or alcohol addiction help - you'll have already realised the myriad of options on offer. It's easy to end up paying too much for a treatment clinic that underdelivers.

Our guide includes advice on how to weigh providers against each other, and a printable Q&A for when you speak with treatment clinics direct. Let's get started.

Step 1 - Get Clear On Your Needs

There are a wealth of treatment options available for those fresh to the journey of recovery. But considering first, what your treatment needs truly are, can help you pay for rehab just once, and not twice.

Detox, Rehab, Or Both?

A normal stay for alcohol or drug treatment would include the three stages of detoxification, rehabilitation, and aftercare planning. But there's no point in spending more than you have to.

- Have you tried treatment previously, without success? Or even, tried going it alone without professional help?

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 Rogerstone

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

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.

A Past History Of Addiction

You should know: your progress in treatment can depend heavily on the strength of the clinic staff around you, and the support of your peers.

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

Specific detoxes that may need more specialist intervention include high dose methadone transfers, multi-substance detoxes, or cases with previous hospital admission for addiction.

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.

The Right Questions To Ask -

KEY QUESTIONS

- Are you a rehab clinic, or a hospital?
- Do you have specialist addiction medics prescribing detox?
- My case is complex- what happens in the event of complications?

Step 2 - The Rehab Need-To-Knows

Tell me about how treatment works.

Rehab clinics are not hospitals with shared wards - you'd normally have your own room in the clinic for the length of your stay. Some clinics also offer shared rooms - although this has become less common since the advent of coronavirus.

Expect to complete a pre-admissions screening process over the phone - this is quite normal.

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.

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.

This is your opportunity to make sure your key sticking points, triggers, and recurring issues, are factored in, and will get appropriate attention during your stay. Any input at this stage will likely pay dividends later.

Get answers to:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Do I get an individualised care plan that I have input into?
- 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 care planning done?

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.

In treatment, you should receive some form of agenda for each day of the week. The agenda lets you know what's happening when, and what activities you should participate in.

Detox from alcohol or substance misuse in a clinic can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks, depending on multiple factors. Some will be ready to start therapeutic work after just a few days. Others may take much longer than this to progress. This level of variance between individuals is very normal.

Also, make sure to ask to arrange a visit to look around the clinic, first.

Questions To Ask:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Can I see a virtual tour of the clinic, before committing?
- Do you have sample daily agendas for treatment I can look at? 
- Is it possible to arrange a pre-admission visit, to look around? Is there any charge attached? 
- 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

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.

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

Here are the right questions to ask:
  • How does covid-19 affect the rehab programme?
  • Does covid-19 delay my admission in to the clinic?
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Step 3 - Planning The Financials Of Rehab

Decide firstly, are you going down the public or private route?

Third sector organisations providing full stack care (detox, therapy, aftercare) under one roof are few and far between, but worth investigating in your area.

  • 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. Timescales are usually 18months+, before a client is begun to be considered for rehab.
  • Paid rehabilitation centres - offer very quck access to in-patient help, for an intensive, immersive start to a longer recovery journey. 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. 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. 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
  • Self-Management/Out-Patient Focus
  • Referral to other specialists if/as needed
  • Minimal/Low cost (NHS service)
  • Rehab only in exceptional cases
  • High demand, long waiting lists
Private
  • Complete treatment: detox, therapeutic help, relapse prevention
  • Specialist staff; residential care
  • Admission usually within 48hrs
  • More expensive

If you're tempted to opt for the cheapest clinic straight away, think twice.

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.

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.

Alternative Options

Local Mutual Aid Meetings

Big Book, or 12 step meetings, are available via groups such as AA and NA, across most towns and cities.

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 the first stage of help - physically detoxing - will need more specialist care.

NHS Assistance

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.

This is not a question of lack of intention to help, but more of resources and strain the healthcare system experiences, under heavy demand.

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 - Read The Only Impartial Reports

Assessing a provider's standard of care is important - but can be tricky for the layman.

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.

These two regulatory bodies inspect rehab clinics on a regular basis (usually annually) and produce written reports on their findings.


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

Important - Regulator Inspections

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 - Decide On A Provider

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

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.

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

Step 6 - Financing Treatment

As above, expect to pay a deposit prior to admission.

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

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

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

Outstanding Balance

The remaining balance is normally paid for on arrival at the clinic, at the point of admission.

Interest on late payment for a significant sum like this can be significant, so it's worth getting this done on time.

Step 7 - Admission

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

Pack enough essentials for your treatment duration, like:

  • Casual clothes
  • Basic toiletries
  • Extras for gym/swim/sauna facilities, as available
  • A supply of enough of any regular medication you take, to last the duration 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

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

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

Get direct download access here.

Abbeycare Are Delighted To Serve The Rogerstone Area.

Thanks so much for reading our buyer's guide.

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

Since 2005, we've been helping thousands to overcome addiction, comfortably, and safely.

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

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

How did we do with inspections from regulators? Check our reports, available on our clinic pages, here: Abbeycare Scotland, and Abbeycare Hygrove.

Our admissions team can advise on what options are available.

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

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.

Are you ready?

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

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