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In This Guide

Finding the right alcohol or drug rehab options for you or a loved one can be overwhelming - at a time of greatest need. Many simply don't know how to compare treatment providers and end up settling for less.

We've compiled this need-to-know guide, including questions to ask each clinic *before* you pay - including a printable cheatsheet.

Step 1 - Get Clear On Your Needs

Having gone through months (years?) of denial, when we're ready for treatment, it's easy to rush ahead into the first detox provider you call. 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?

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.

Treatment Near Trelales

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

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? Researching the most appropriate option for you personally, can yield big long term results in your sobriety, later.

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.

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

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.

The Right Questions To Ask -

KEY QUESTIONS

- Do you foresee any complications with my detox?
- What experience do you have in administering detox for individuals with my specific intake and frequency?
- If there are unexpected issues during my detox, what happens?

Step 2 - Understand How Rehab Works

How does admitting to rehab work?

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

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.

How Do I Monitor Progress?

After admission to a clinic, staff will usually look to plan out your care in the clinic, and how that will work, for you personally.

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

Whilst not the most exciting part of the journey, this is a necessary means to help you monitor progress toward your long term vision. Any input at this stage will likely pay dividends later.

Make sure to ask:

KEY QUESTIONS

- Do you provide a written plan for me to follow, during treatment?
- How do clinic staff know they're doing a good job at helping clients achieve recovery?
- What will my care plan include?
- How is care planning done?

Life Inside The Clinic

Tell me about the daily routine in treatment?

The structure of each day will vary of course, from one provider to the next.

In treatment, you should receive some form of agenda for each day of the week. This agenda is a good guide to what happens each day and what you'll be involved in.

The normal first stage of treatment is detox. Detox could last just a few days. Others may take 7 days or longer. This level of variance between individuals is very normal.

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

- How can I see what's inside the clinic, online?
- Do you have sample daily agendas for treatment I can look at? 
- How do I arrange to see inside the clinic, before admitting? 
- When would I be expected to move from detox into therapy in the clinic?

Does Covid-19 Affect My Rehab Treatment?

Since rehab treatment is usually a communal environment, you should expect to have to accommodate others on the journey.

Overcoming old patterns of self-isolation is normally a big part of getting better.

But recovery gains can only be made safely, with consideration to other health factors, in the bigger picture.

Questions to ask:
  • 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 - Managing The Budget For Treatment

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

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. Often this approach is suited to those who already have other support channels in place or perhaps are suffering only a minor set back after a long history of sobriety.
  • Paid clinics - are considered the equivalent of a primary care intervention for addiction - an intensive, specialist period of help in a supervised setting. 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. Let's be realistic - private help like this is not cheap. But there is no more specialist help available. 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
  • Onward referral if required
  • Minimal/Low cost (NHS service)
  • Rehab only in exceptional cases
  • Wait times 18mths+ in some cases
Private
  • End-to-end detox > therapy > aftercare
  • Specialist staff; residential care
  • Start treatment quickly; usually 24 hrs
  • Not publicly funded

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

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

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

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

Community support is invaluable, at the right stage in the process. But for short term help for detox, you'll need professional assistance.

Community Healthcare Options

Requesting a referral to your local CAT (Community Addictions Team) from your GP normally means being assigned to a local keyworker who will help you keep track of intake, effects it has, etc, but obtaining short-term rehab help via public healthcare, is unlikely.

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

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 - Get Independent Reviews

Reviews on websites are easy to pass off as genuine, but how do you really know they are?

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.

Inspectors from these organisations visit private clinics nationwide, and check they comply with minimum standards of care, producing reports which they publish on the world wide web.


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

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 - Choose A Clinic

It's now time to decide on one of the clinics you've looked at.

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

You can normally complete the necessary steps over the phone in 20 minutes or less, and then make an initial deposit towards treatment, that's used to hold the room in your name, until you arrive at the clinic.

Now is also the time to finalise any other arrangements re payment, like paying via insurance policy.

Step 6 - Financing Treatment

As mentioned, paying a deposit secures your room in the clinic, prior to arrival.

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

The days of clinics offering finance facilities directly, are mostly gone, although a few do still offer in-house plans to pay for treatment.

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

Outstanding Balance

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

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

Step 7 - Admission Into Treatment

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

Pack enough essentials for your treatment duration, like:

  • Casual clothes
  • Everyday toiletries such as shampoo, shower gel, shaving kit, etc
  • Accessories for any gym/swim/leisure facilities
  • A supply of any regular prescribed 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.

And of course, enjoy your recovery!

Asking The Right Questions

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

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

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

Thanks so much for reading our buyer's guide.

Abbeycare's UK clinics are available to those in Trelales.

We've helped hundreds (thousands probably) move beyond addiction, and start a new life.

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

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

Our clinic inspection reports are available on the relevent service pages: Abbeycare Scotland, Abbeycare Hygrove.

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

Our medical team can assist you to detox, safely, and comfortably.

Our addiction specialist therapists can help you overcome the underlying issues of addiction.

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

Now....are you ready?

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

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