Paying For Alcohol Rehab

Published by Raffa Bari | Last updated: 9th June 2022


Clinically Reviewed by Dr Alexander Lapa (Psychiatrist)

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When the decision to seek treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction is made, it is important that you act quickly. It has been proven that the sooner you start your treatments and get the help you need, the smoother your recovery journey tends to be.

And while ideally, you would be able to just jump right into your treatment plan and start to make progress, things tend to be a little more complicated than that. There are certain logistics you need to consider in order to enable your recovery and to gain access to the services found in a drug and alcohol rehab centre.

One of the most important points to consider is of course your budget, this could dictate how long you actually stay at rehab, it could be 10 days or it could be weeks.

At Cassiobury Court, we are able to take your budget into consideration and offer high-quality services and treatment plans no matter what price point option you select.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Payment Options

Depending on your current economic situation, you may be worried about being able to afford the treatment you need.

We want to put your fears to rest and show you that no matter what, there will be options available to you, and you will be able to get access to drug and alcohol rehab services.

The first and cheapest option available is using NHS-run drug and alcohol rehab services.

This is a very good option if you can’t afford any of the others as it is available to everyone living in the UK for free. As with any other NHS service, the drug or alcohol addiction treatments can be accessed when a slot is available.

While this option is very good for its accessibility, it can often cause people already going through a fairly difficult time to experience unneeded stress. The NHS, in recent years, has seen a sharp decline in funding for mental health services which addiction treatment is a part of.

There is, unfortunately, a higher demand for these services forcing them to prioritise only the most serious cases.

In order to get access to treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction through the NHS, you would be expected to meet with various doctors and therapists in order to get a formal diagnosis of addiction. This process can take a long time and isn’t guaranteed to result in treatment being offered.

But should they agree you are in need of help, in most cases, your name will be placed on a waiting list for potentially months waiting for a spot in an NHS drug and alcohol rehab centre to open up.

When you get into the drug and alcohol rehab centre, you will receive treatment as with any other centre. You will just have to be prepared to have it done like any other medical centre run by the NHS. They simply don’t have the staff to offer you constant one to one care.

But it is important to remember they will be able to help you still, and if you have no other options, you shouldn’t be put off from seeking help via the NHS addiction recovery services. But there are differences in the quality of service you get from NHS treatment compared to private rehab.

Paying for Private Rehab

Another option that may be available to you is a private drug and alcohol rehab centre.

If you have private health insurance or your place of work offers private medical treatments, it is worth checking to see if addiction treatments are covered under your policy. This could save you a lot of money and take the stress of payment away so you can focus on your journey to long term recovery.

At Cassiobury Court, you have a few options for addiction treatment if you should choose to go the private route.

There are different tiers of payment so that you are able to select an option you feel comfortable with.

To begin with, it is important for you to remember that a lot of the price for staying at a drug and alcohol rehab centre comes from how long you decide to stay. While it is standard to stay for about a month, with ten days being for the detox and the rest for therapeutic services.

However, there are cheaper alternatives.

The cheapest option you have available is outpatient treatments with an at-home detox, where you would be monitored by the medical team remotely. With this, you also have the option to attend outpatient therapy sessions or to join a local support group in order to help tackle your mental health problems associated with addiction.

The next option you have is a residential stay at a drug and alcohol rehab centre. This option can be very good as many people find it streamlines the process so that you can focus on your recovery and ignore the outside world and its temptations for a bit.

The cheapest residential option you have is to just stay for the detox, which tends to take around ten days to complete.

It is important for you to remember that no matter the option you choose, you will still have access to treatments that will help you get your life back on track. You will, no matter what a team of fully trained medical professionals with years of experience there to help you on your journey to long term recovery and to keep you as safe and as comfortable as possible during your treatments.

You have options, and you are not alone.

Getting A Quote

If you would like a quote for your desired treatment option, please call: 0800 001 4070.

Or visit our admissions page in order to talk to a member of our team who will be able to talk you through what you can afford and what will be best for your experiences and level of addiction.

The logistics of getting the help you need can seem daunting. But it is really much simpler than it seems. We will help you understand everything you need to know about the admissions process and put any of your fears to rest.

We are here to help you. You just need to be willing to take that first step and make the difficult decision of taking your life back into your control.

Good luck. We hope to hear from you soon.



Raffa Bari

Raffa Bari - Author Last updated: 9th June 2022

CQC Registered Manager

Raffa manages the day to day caring services here at Cassiobury Court. Dedicated to the treatment and well being of our visitors she is an outstanding mental health coach registered with BAAT (British Association of Art Therapists). Raffa has outstanding experience in managing rehabs across the country and is vastly experienced at helping people recover from drug and alcohol addictions.

Dr Alexander Lapa (Psychiatrist)

Dr Alexander Lapa (Psychiatrist) - Medical Reviewer - Last Reviewed: 23rd May 2022

MBBS, PG Dip Clin Ed, OA Dip CBT, OA Dip Psychology, SCOPE Certified

Dr Lapa graduated in Medicine in 2000 and since this time has accrued much experience working in the widest range of psychiatric settings with differing illness presentations and backgrounds in inpatient, community and secure settings. This has been aligned to continuation of professional development at postgraduate level in clinical research which has been very closely related to the everyday clinical practice conducted by this practitioner as a NHS and Private Psychiatrist.
He is fully indemnified by the Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland (MDDUS) and MIAB Expert Insurance for Psychiatric and Private Medical practice. He is fully registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) in the UK with a licence to practice.

Dr Lapa is approved under Section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act (1983)

Member of Independent Doctors Federation (IDF), British Association for Psychopharmacology (BMA) and The Association for the Study of Obesity (ASO)

Dr Lapa’s extensive experience has also concentrated on the following areas of clinical practice:
– Assessment, Diagnosis and Pharmacological Treatment for Adults with ADHD.
– Drug and Alcohol Dependency and maintaining abstinence and continued recovery
– Intravenous and Intramuscular Vitamin and Mineral Infusion Therapy
– Dietary and Weight Management and thorough care from assessment to treatment to end goals and maintenance
– Aesthetic Practice and Procedures