The need for private alcohol rehab is bigger than ever. I have, this week, had discussions with two of the largest cities in the UK outside London to discuss their strategy and plans for dealing with alcoholism and addiction over the coming months and years. I was astounded to be told on both occasions that these cities will no longer be offering residential rehabilitation as an option to their residents. One of these cities has over 1 million residents and all that is available is community based treatment, which for many is just not intensive enough. As the alcohol problem in the UK continues to spiral out of control, the NHS are unable to cope with the demand placed on its resources due to excessive alcohol consumption and a record number of prisoners, it seems ludicrous that people who want help with an alcohol problem are unable to access intensive high quality services. This approach, coupled with other cuts, is driving families to deal with the problem themselves and seek private alcohol rehab. Most families fear that private alcohol rehab is not affordable assuming that rehab is something which is financially out of their reach.
The Providence Projects have identified this need and are now offering intensive, residential, 28 day programmes for £3,750. For those who require a longer programme, all extra weeks are charged at £675 per week. To speak to a private alcohol rehab specialist, please call us on 08009550945. We’re here to help.