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The cost associated with rehab depends on how long you stay and the type of programme you undertake, this can make costs dependent on your specific treatment and course of action. Typical costs of rehab in our private residential rehabilitation centre are as follows:
10 Day Rehab Program: £3000+
14 Day Rehab Program: £4000+
21 Day Rehab Program: £7000+
28 Day Rehab Program: £9000+
What is Included
When you stay at our alcohol rehab treatment centre, we put you through a fully tailored alcohol detox and rehabilitation programme. This programme will be based on many factors including your age, how long you have been an alcoholic, support network, co-morbidities, mental state, and general physical health.
From our first initial assessment right through your stay here at Asana Lodge, the vast majority of our treatment and facilities are all inclusive. You will not need to pay anything additional for food, medications, therapies, or counselling, including:
- Personal Assessment
- Personal Detox Programme
- Tailored Rehabilitation
- Nutritious Food
- Access to Facilities including Gym and Sauna
- Medications if needed
- Your own bedroom with on suite
- Full access to Rehab Dr’s
- 24 Hour Monitoring Through Detox
- Confidential and Private Service
If desired, some additional treatments can be purchased upon request, such as massage treatments.
How Do I Pay for Rehab?
Our rehab accepts all major debit and credit cards. You must place a £1500 deposit to secure your room at our rehabilitation treatment centre. Upon arrival at the rehab, the remainder of the balance must be paid in full begin we start your treatment.
We accept all major credit and debit cards for payment excluding Amex.
If you want to pay via insurance, you settle the bill and claim this back from your insurance company. We can help you with any required documentation.
Bank transfers and Cheque
Unfortunately, we do not accept payment by cheque or bank transfer.
When Do I Pay For Alcohol Rehab?
Throughout the admissions process, you should expect to pay your initial deposit to reserve your residential stay. Once your admission date comes around, your rehab programme should be paid for in full.
- You pay £1500 deposit to secure a room
- You pay the reminder in full on the day your treatment programme begins.
Can I get Rehab for Free?
Getting placed into a rehab for free via the NHS can prove challenging unfortunately as local council budgets are limited. Your GP may refer you to some local community outpatient resource, but these are not as effective as a residential stay in a dedicated rehab.
Quite frequently your GP will give you medication help with withdrawal symptoms or arrange a counselling session, but this does not have the same impact as a residential stay. Often addiction issues are deep rooted, and the chance of relapse are greatly increased without the necessary dedicated therapy after detoxification.
Factors That Can Affect the Cost Of Alcohol Rehab
There are several variable factors that can affect the cost of alcohol rehab. They include:
- Your location, as the cost of living is greater in certain areas.
- The length of your programme.
- The type of programme that you complete.
- The specialism of your chosen rehab clinic.
Why Should I Pay for Rehab?
Staying at a drug rehab centre gives you a better chance of sobriety in the long term. As an outpatient it is very easy to slip into old habits, removing yourself from your current environment and focusing on yourself is hugely beneficial. If you do not understand why you are addicted to alcohol it is easier to relapse. Through this period, we can often get to the root cause of the issue and fix this.
Getting addiction treatment not only impacts massively on your health but can have a massive effect on your day to day business. When an addiction takes hold of your life, it is harder to keep a job as things can spiral out of control. In the long term, the lack of opportunity and hardship can amount to a lot more than the cost of a personal rehabilitation programme.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I pick the right rehab centre?
The right rehab centre will cater to your personal needs. Whilst there are generic services and recommendations throughout the rehabilitation process, everything from the type of care that you receive to the treatments that you complete should be personalised.
Your programme will also accommodate your location, budget, wellbeing, availability, time sensitivity and recovery goals.
How do I start the process of going to rehab?
Starting the process of going to alcohol rehab can be done by reaching out to Asana Lodge. A self-referral can then be made, which will begin the admissions process. Throughout the admissions process, we will get to know your needs, arrange the most suitable rehab programme, take your deposit, and set the date of your admission.
Admission can be a very quick process or can be delayed if necessary to prepare for residential rehab. Either way, we will be here to help you begin, complete and benefit from private rehab.
How do I convince a loved one to go to rehab?
Convincing someone to go to rehab can be tough, as they must accept the referral and admission. You can however look to motivate them and support them in starting/completing rehab. Offering your support will be essential, educating yourself on the next steps, and sharing your concerns will be wise.
From here, you can begin to take action through a family and friend referral or intervention. Both will share your concerns and the need for rehab.
We can guide you through both, help you approach the topic in the right way, and remain patient throughout the process.
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