NHS Or Private Rehab?
The preferred rehab treatment option for many people is private residential rehab. In most cases, admission can be performed within a day. Admission into private rehab treatment program is made easy depending on the mode of payment through available funds from individual or insurance policy cover. In most cases, you're lucky to secure NHS admission to a private rehab clinic.
Who Can Apply For Rehab Funding With The NHS?
Addiction treatment option should be accessible to all the UK residents which is free at the point of delivery through the NHS at community based rehab or private residential Rehab. Your qualification to secure NHS funding for residential rehab clinic treatment program requires you to have exploited the local community based treatment alternative treatment in advance. Getting into rehabilitation like this may be little longer, depending of whether your local addiction team is willing to pay for your treatment.
You can be referred to your nearest drug and alcohol action team by your GP.
Advantages And Disadvantages
- Flexible treatment plan;
- Admission speed - sometimes as fast as 24 hours;
- All treatment on one side cohesion of care and daily routine;
- We provide the same staff and specialist throughout our treatment session to our patients.
- We provide the environment and surrounding free from worries and issues where patients can concentrate on treatment sessions.
- Strong bonds is provided by the therapist community with therapist and other patients that aid recovery.
- Visiting accommodations are in some cases provided, visiting times and facilities to talk on the phone or get letters from loved ones;
- Additional therapies are often provided like gym and fitness, art therapy, horse riding etc.;
- Programme of aftercare;
- More expensive than rehab on the NHS.
- Health insurance doesn't always cover it.
- Free of charge;
- Everyone is eligible;
- Near to family and home, placed in the local community;
- Lengthy admissions process;
- May not be referred to residential rehab;
- Patients are sometimes required to attend different clinics with the right equipment;
- Therapy may be interrupted by life distractions and easily obtainable drugs and alcohol;
- There is a more limited access to personal therapist.
- Patients are not entitled to similar therapist/staff care during treatment program period;
- Building an outpatient support network may be more challenging.
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NHS Cross Border Treatment Alternative;
Organising admission to a private rehabilitation facility may take months and results are far from certain if you do it through the UK NHS of local addiction services. Funding through the directives of the EU cross border healthcare can be much faster to access though.
You're eligible UK patient keen on quick admission process, get further procedure information from the Alcohol Rehab Gloucestershire website today.