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Getting Help: Clinics

Nhs Or Private Rehab?

Private Facility

For many individuals, private residential rehab is the preferred treatment solution. Within 24 hours, admission can usually be organised. You can get the assess in the private rehab treatment centre, on off the chances that you have enough resources to pay their private charges or you have private medical insurance. Getting an NHS admission to a private treatment facility is also an option.

Who Can Apply With The Nhs For Treatment Funding?

UK residents can choose addiction rehab treatment by NHS at group based recovery or private recovery, which is free at the purpose of conveyance. You may have to prove that you have explored local community-based treatment options first in order to qualify for NHS funding at a residential rehab clinic. Getting into rehabilitation like this may be little longer, depending of whether your local addiction team is willing to pay for your treatment.

Get referral to the nearest alcohol and drug action team from your GP.

Good Sides And Bad Sides

Private rehab:

  • Flexible rehab schedule;
  • Fast admission - in some cases within a day;
  • All treatment on one site: union of care and day by day schedule;
  • Confidentiality;
  • In the most cases, same staff and same therapist will be with patients during treatment;
  • Addicts will be able to concentrate on their recovery thanks to treatment taking place in secure surroundings away from concerns and temptations;
  • The helpful group gives solid bonds advisors and different patients that guide recovery;
  • Visiting accommodations are in some cases provided, visiting times and facilities to talk on the phone or get letters from loved ones;
  • Art, gym health and fitness exercise activities are included in the treatment program;
  • Aftercare programme;
  • Costs more than NHS rehab treatment program.
  • Not always protected by health insurance.

NHS rehab:

  • It doesn't cost anything;
  • Privacy;
  • Accessible to everyone;
  • Located close to home and family in the local community.
  • Lengthy admissions process;
  • Might not be referred to residential treatment;
  • Patients are sometimes required to attend different clinics with the right equipment;
  • Recovery might be damaged by everyday problems and substance accessibility;
  • There is a more limited access to personal therapist.
  • You may not have the same staff or same therapist during your rehabilitation process;
  • Building an outpatient support network may be more challenging.

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Nhs Elective: Cross Border Treatment

It may take months in organising admission into a private rehab clinic via the UK NHS or local addiction services and the result is far from certain. However, with the EU cross border healthcare regulation, it is possible to get funding in a lot faster.

All UK patients are requested to take benefit from this service and get more information on Alcohol Rehab Suffolk site.