Private alcohol rehab costs vary between private rehab clinics and prices depend on the length of stay and level of accommodation. Although private treatment is a considerable investment, both in terms of time and money, it’s often not as expensive as most people fear.
How much does private alcohol rehab cost?
Residential rehab programmes vary in length but are typically priced on a weekly basis. The majority of treatment programmes cost in the region of £1,500 – £3,000 a week. Luxury rehab is also available for those who require a very high standard of accommodation or privacy.
There are a large number of rehab clinics in the UK and costs vary depending on a number of factors such as the length of stay and level of accommodation. Often sharing a room or going to a rehab with more basic accommodation can help reduce the cost. We can help explain what’s available and what’s suitable within your budget.
What goes into the cost of private treatment?
Reputable private rehab clinics are centres of excellence that provide extremely high standards of expertise, comfort and care. Providing residential support and caring for people with addiction is a costly exercise for clinics and private hospitals who have considerable overheads such as qualified medical professionals, a high staff to client ratio, a 24 hour nursing team presence, well maintained premises, the provision of therapy, food, equipment. This level of care costs money and goes some way to explaining the level of fees they charge.
Putting the price into context
Rehab should be seen as an opportunity to start a new life and become free from addiction. Most people who are considering rehab are in the grips of a progressive and life threatening addiction. The cost of maintaining an addiction is often financially taxing, not to mention physically dangerous and heartbreaking for those affected by the addiction.
The right help, at the right time
Port of Call can secure you the best, and most appropriate, rehabilitation clinic and treatment option quickly and discretely. We will give you a free and confidential assessment over the telephone and then help you to navigate towards the most appropriate course of treatment and support. Please call our free phone line on 08000029010, we are ready and willing to help you through your addiction.