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How much does addiction rehab cost?

March 9, 2018

Rehab programmes vary a great deal in price, depending on the length of the programme, the facilities provided, and various other factors. Inpatient treatments are understandably more expensive due to the costs involved in providing meals and lodgings as well as therapy and activities. Outpatient programmes can cost less, but prices vary greatly depending on the level of intensity provided and the number of counselling and support sessions or activities provided each week.

Let’s take a look at some of the factors which affect the cost of rehab.


There are a wide range of amenities which could increase the cost of a rehab programme, but which may aid recovery, such as:

– High quality or gourmet food
– Private rooms
– Acupuncture
– Massage
– Yoga
– Additional activities, such as art classes

Length of programme

The longer a programme is, the more expensive it will be. The length of the programme will depend on your individual needs which will be assessed by a counsellor before the rehab begins.


Rehab facilities in particularly scenic or luxurious locations can be more expensive. Plus, patients must factor in their travel costs when choosing a facility far away from their home.

Type of programme

Inpatient facilities, which provide food, board, and access to medical professionals and treatment professionals at all times, are more expensive than outpatient facilities.

Our inpatient programmes can vary between £1500 and £18,000 depending on the length of stay and the clinic chosen. Outpatient programmes start from £995, with the price increasing with additional treatment or relapse support. The cost of rehab can be daunting, but compared to the cost of ongoing drug addiction, they are a worthwhile investment.


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