How to Pay For Inpatient Rehabilitation

Alcohol and drug addiction cause many costs – from physical health to relationships, professional progress and of course financial costs. But, perhaps the most important cost is the emotional and psychological costs. For those who are willing to invest in their recovery, Inpatient Rehabilitation UK is an option that offers a safe and secure environment in which to work on their addiction. Read more

The Inpatient Rehabilitation UK team is made up of nursing and therapy staff, a social worker and consultant who all work together to help patients achieve their rehab goals. They meet weekly to review patient assessments and ensure that their needs are met in line with their care plan. Patients are able to visit relatives at protected meal times and arrangements can be made for carers to support with nutritional needs outside of these visiting hours.

Inside Inpatient Rehabilitation: Navigating Care in the UK

Depending on your situation and budget, there are several ways that you can pay for Inpatient Rehabilitation UK. Most private and employee-funded insurance policies cover some or all of the treatment fees. Alternatively, UKAT Rehab can offer payment plans that allow you to spread the cost of the programme over a number of months.

It’s also worth mentioning that there are a number of charitable organisations that provide subsidised or free rehab programmes, but these tend to have long waiting lists. If you’re interested in finding out more about how you can pay for rehab, contact a UKAT Rehab admissions advisor and they can guide you towards the best options.