Recent government cuts to alcohol and drug services budgets across the country have made local authority funded residential rehab placements less accessible.
In response to this we have made a decision to reduce our prices from January 2019 to help make residential rehab more accessible for private individuals.
We pride ourselves on providing support which is second to none at a price which is affordable and that gives our residents the best possible chance in their recovery from addiction.
We can offer these prices because we are a not-for-profit organisation and we do what we do because we have a passion for recovery.
For service providers we are able to offer discounted prices that will fit within most local authority placement budgets so please call us to discuss.
We understand that for families and individual’s addiction support is a complex issue with so many different treatment options available. The various approaches make it difficult to understand what is being offered and to actually decide on the right approach to take to address their addiction issues.
In our experience just having a detox does not work, any detox really needs to be followed up with a residential rehab programme stay to keep the person in a safe environment while we address the sometimes painful fundamental issues which led to their addiction.
The cost and the quality of rehab support varies tremendously along with the type of support options offered. One of the most important and key differentiators in our rehab provision which sets ESH Community apart from other rehabs is that we operate a fully residential facility supported on site by our staff 24/7. Our timetable also has a full programme of activity over the weekends.
There are other rehabs that operate in a quasi-residential mode where residents share a house (or houses) remotely and travel to and from a centre on a daily basis for their programme of recovery activity, going back to shared houses, unsupervised, to cook for themselves, ultimately leaving them at risk with more opportunity for relapse in the early days when they are vulnerable.