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Low Cost Rehab Centres

Low Cost Rehab Centres

low cost rehab centres

Low cost rehab centres. We have several low cost residential rehab centres which are the most affordable in the UK. It is important that cost are kept to a minimum for clients to afford private care. We also have our residential rehab centres situated in easy reach for most clients. 

We have now just released our new 10 days rehab program for drugs or alcohol with includes a tailored medical detox at £3,750 

Residential rehab and detox prices – Drug and alcohol addiction

We respect private care is expensive for most clients, and we do work hard to keep our prices under the main stream prices out there today. We do have our set prices but, every now and then we get great offer prices through, from our centres. Call us now for any current offers. Tel: 07811 606 606

Do I need rehab if I have relapsed – Low cost rehab centres

If you have been to a rehab centre and suddenly find you have relapsed. Why not have a home detox. Firstly it will save you a lot of money, and secondly you have done all the rehabilitation so why go through it all again. It will not have changed! Plus it will be the same medication, the same length of time as you had at the rehab centre. All you really need at this stage is the detox again. Because that is the part which has gone wrong. The cost of a home detox is £1,295 and will last between 7 and 14 days depending on how bad you have relapsed.  It will be supported, safe and comfortable. 

Finding low-cost rehab centres can be challenging, but there are options available that may fit within different budget constraints.

Here are a few suggestions to help you explore affordable rehab options:

  1. Government-funded programs: Look into government-funded or subsidised addiction treatment programs in your country or region. These programs are often designed to provide affordable or free treatment services to individuals in need. Check with your local health department or substance abuse agency for more information.

  2. Non-profit organisations: Many non-profit organisations operate rehab centres or offer affordable treatment options. These organisations may receive funding through donations or grants, allowing them to provide services at reduced costs. Research local non-profit organisations that specialise in addiction treatment and inquire about their programs and fees.

  3. Sliding scale fees: Some rehab centres offer sliding scale fees based on your income and financial situation. This means that the cost of treatment is adjusted according to your ability to pay. Inquire about sliding scale options at various rehab centres to find out if they can accommodate your budget.

  4. Scholarships or grants: Some rehab facilities may offer scholarships or grants to individuals who meet certain criteria, such as financial need or specific circumstances. Reach out to different rehab centres and inquire about any available financial assistance programs.

  5. Support groups: Consider attending support group meetings, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA). These groups provide peer support and a structured program at little to no cost. While support groups are not a substitute for formal treatment, they can be a valuable part of your recovery journey.

  6. Online resources: Explore online resources that offer virtual counselling or therapy options. These services may be more affordable compared to in-person rehab centres. However, it’s important to carefully research and choose reputable platforms or professionals who specialise in addiction treatment.

Remember, the cost of rehab should not be the sole determining factor when seeking treatment. The quality and effectiveness of the program are also important considerations. It’s essential to find a rehab centre that can address your specific needs and provide comprehensive, evidence-based treatment.

If you’re struggling financially and having difficulty finding affordable options, consider reaching out to local community organisations, social services agencies, or helplines dedicated to addiction treatment. They may be able to provide additional guidance and resources based on your specific location.

Contact us

We have more and more low cost options coming through all the time. So call us now for the latest options available to you. It could make all the difference for your stay. Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours)

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