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Questions to consider when choosing private alcohol rehab

Deciding to seek help for alcoholism is a huge step and working out where to go for professional help is a task that often occurs at a confusing and stressful time. If you recognise that a course of treatment at a private alcohol rehab is the next right step for you or a loved one, finding the right clinic to start your journey is crucial.

Private Alcohol Rehab addiction treatment options

Making the right decision about where to begin treatment is a process that requires you to become well informed – quickly – by an impartial expert. This is exactly how Port of Call can help. We can secure the right help for you and your family in just one phone call.

Having been through treatment ourselves, we’ve compiled some useful advice to guide you on your way to finding appropriate alcohol support.

Questions to consider when choosing an alcohol rehab clinic

During what is likely a distressing and confusing time, trying to wade through the many and varied alcohol rehab clinics available to you could seem like an uphill task. However, it’s worth persevering if you can because residential private rehab is widely accepted as the most effective way to treat addiction.

To help you to make an informed and confident choice, ask yourself the following questions when deliberating your options:

  • How long can you commit to treatment for?
  • Are you prepared to travel for rehab?
  • What standard of accommodation do you require?
  • What treatment approach would you be most comfortable with?
  • Do you require medical or psychiatric support whilst in treatment?
  • How will you finance your treatment?
  • What budget do you have available?

The benefits of private alcohol rehab clinics

The main benefit of private alcohol rehab clinics is that you can focus solely on recovering, without the distractions or pressures of your everyday home life. Under the watchful care of experts, you’ll be given a tailored, individual treatment plan rather than a one-size-fits-all approach. There are invariably no waiting lists, or complicated processes and interviews, standing in the way of treatment. Plus, superior levels of comfort and care promote an atmosphere that’s wholly geared towards improving your health and well being.

Independent and impartial alcohol support

Port of Call offers independent and impartial access to a large range of alcohol support services. We’ve spent time researching all the registered alcohol rehab centres in the UK, so you don’t have to. We regularly spend time with therapy teams, admissions teams, and management teams to thoroughly understand their differing expertise, ethos and approach.

What does that mean for you? Well, it means that we understand what’s available and what could work best for your individual situation. We can organise your treatment plan quickly and efficiently, saving you time and hassle, and we guarantee that you will never pay extra when you book through us.

Make us your first Port of Call. If you, or a loved one, are dealing with addiction we can help you to access the right addiction help at the right time. We can answer your questions about rehab, like cost and what rehab is actually like. Take the first step today by speaking to one of our advisers for free on 08000029010.

About the author: Martin Preston

Martin is our Founder and Chief Executive. Martin is himself in long term recovery and started Port of Call to help families navigate treatment options. In 2020 Martin will open Delamere Health Ltd, the UK’s first purpose built addiction treatment clinic.

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