If you have ever considered private rehabilitation for your addiction, you may have also considered the pros and cons, including the financial implications behind your decision.

You must take many elements into the due course, including what rehab will offer you in the short and long term. Public rehabilitation has been available to addicts for multiple years, but the intensity of their support and longevity of assistance is often the biggest downside.

When you are facing addiction, you need an entire team behind you to guide you, offering you multiple avenues of support, including therapies, counselling and long-term care. Addiction is a growing problem, and it must be dealt with accordingly. Mental health troubles and poor life decisions often lead to addiction. Private rehab will offer you a long-term plan that is bespoke. You’ll have a programme written that is compatible with your personal success. Numerous success stories are a great starting point for your research.


Is Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab Worth it?

The biggest question for someone considering rehab is, will it be worth it for me? Public rehab usually offers addicts limited resources, including counselling sessions only. The worst part, public rehab just does not have the time or funding to help everyone instantly. Therefore, waiting lists can often be disheartening. Private drug and alcohol rehab, however, has numerous benefits that will ensure you get the help you deserve. To simplify this info:

  • No waiting lists
  • Professional team and networking buildings
  • Medical environment for a successful detox
  • World renowned psychotherapies
  • Long term counselling sessions (including individual and family)
  • A relaxed/luxury atmosphere
  • Aftercare plan
  • Resources and information to help your life after rehab

Private rehabilitation offers a level of intensity that cannot be found anywhere else. A multidisciplinary team will undertake your programme, with respect to you and your needs. We will work together, collaboratively to ensure that you complete all your short term and long term goals. We will be with you throughout, with unparalleled support. This cannot be found with standard rehab. To help you break down the cost of private rehab easily, we can break it down into three points:

  1. Immediate assistance in a luxury environment of your choice
  2. A professional dedicated team with multiple qualifications in chosen therapies
  3. Intensive support that lasts long after rehab ends (aftercare plan)


Choosing Between Outpatient or Inpatient Treatment

Today, there are multiple ways to fund rehab if you can’t afford it. A lot of insurance can cover drug and alcohol rehab. Therefore, it is best to check with your provider. When deciding, you need to feel safe and secure with your findings. Private rehab is a non-judgemental, consistent and intense programme built to succeed. Private rehab assesses every element of your physical and mental health and creates a plan to achieve sobriety.

Inpatient programme

  • A luxury and secure clinic of your choice
  • No waiting lists
  • Experienced therapists undertaking your therapies
  • A choice of first class therapies with high success rates

Outpatient programme

  • You will not have access to residential care – you will stay at home
  • There are long waiting lists
  • Counselling is the only available tool
  • Low success rates

For long-term success, a residential program has a level of intensity which is ideal for success. Inpatient rehab often lasts around 30 days as standard, but this may vary. This level of connectivity with our team will give you valuable time to learn about your condition, address your mental health, heal from past and present traumas and find reconnection with those around you. Addiction can create trouble with your relationships at home and at work. Therefore, inpatient rehab will give you the option to heal these wounds.


What to Expect at Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Rehab is a safe space. When you arrive at your chosen clinic, you will be welcomed and begin your first phase of treatment. Drug and alcohol rehab is often split up into 3 key phases. These are alcohol and drug detox, psychotherapies and aftercare plans. You will settle in and begin your medical detox. This will be completed by a medical team who will assist with any unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Often these are mild and do not last long.

Secondly, you will begin your psychotherapy sessions. You may begin CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), for example. This will be a time to delve into your mental health conditions and learn the tools needed to live with these conditions easily and effectively. You will also have downtime and time to keep up to date with the outside world. You are most certainly not alienated. When it is time for you to leave our clinic, you will be armed with numerous tools. Furthermore, you will have a dedicated aftercare plan created for you. This will consist of follow-up counselling sessions, and chats with your therapists. We will be able to discuss this together to ensure that you have the support that you desire.


Addictions Treated at Rehab

There are many types of addictions, including many levels of severity. This information is going to help us determine the best path for you. We appreciate that drug addiction can be combined with alcohol addiction also. Therefore, we will navigate this appropriately. There are many new street drugs being revealed, as well as prescription medications that can be craved, even following your prescription end.

  • Cocaine addiction
  • Cannabis addiction
  • Drug addiction (including heroin, LSD, and other opioids)
  • Street drugs
  • Alcohol addiction
  • Sleeping pills
  • Prescription medication addictions


Finding Support in Castle Point

If you need some assistance and support for your addiction, please allow us to help you. We are dedicated to helping you carve a new future with goals and successes on the horizon. We want to allow you to reconnect with yourself and realise your dreams. You will have ample support to make this a reality and take control back into your hands. Please call us today on 0800 012 6088 or Text HELP To 83222.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are some symptoms of addiction?
When it comes to addiction, you will no doubt experience negative physical and psychological symptoms. Your physical health can quickly deteriorate, leaving you at much higher risk of developing liver disease, heart disease, and diabetes. You may notice signs of fatigue, sudden change in weight, slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, vomiting, insomnia, and memory problems. Your psychological health is also dramatically affected by alcohol or drug addiction, leaving you prone to depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, paranoia, loneliness, bipolarity, and stress.
When should I seek treatment for addiction?
It can be difficult to know when you have developed a problem, but there are some warning signs to look out for. If you find yourself trying to hide your drinking or you are drinking in secret or if your friends and family are beginning to comment on your drinking or drug use, it could be a sign that you need help. The surest and most worrying sign that you have developed an addiction is if you find yourself constantly looking forwards to your next drink or hit, or if you feel unusual or ill when you have gone without for a little while.
How Do You Deal With Withdrawal Symptoms?
As mentioned previously, withdrawal is not something that should be attempted at home without medical support. Attending a rehabilitation centre with a detox clinic where you can have your withdrawal symptoms managed through careful medication is the safest way to experience drug and/or alcohol detox.