Treatment Costs

View treatment prices for rehab and learn more about what’s included in the cost.

Our Costs Explained

The important question we are asked by many seeking drug or alcohol addiction treatment is ‘how much does rehab cost?’.

The Providence Projects was opened by Steve Spiegel in 1996, with the aim of providing quality and affordable treatment. To this day, we remain committed to providing that same quality at a fixed cost of £6995 for 28 days.

What is included in the cost?

Treatment prices will pay for:

  • Medical Assessments
  • Immediate access to treatment
  • Accommodation (Private bedroom)
  • Detox medication
  • Medical staff costs
  • Evidence-based therapy sessions
  • Holistic therapies including acupuncture, meditation, and fitness classes
  • Family support
  • Aftercare and ongoing support

For those that would benefit from a longer-term treatment plan, we offer secondary treatment at a fixed cost of £1200 per week. This option is available to everyone who completes primary treatment with us.

In addition to our treatment costs, we also provide sober transportation as part of our recovery services, which allows you or someone you love to join us for treatment from other areas of the UK.

Primary Treatment

28 Days of Treatment

  • Detox Included
  • Private Bedroom
  • Intensive drug & alcohol rehab programme
  • 1-1 Counselling
  • Relapse Prevention

Prices for 4 weeks £6,995

Secondary Treatment

After Your Primary Treatment

  • Flat Costs Per Week
  • Build on Relapse Prevention Techniques
  • Learn Additional Life Skills
  • Higher Success Rates

Flat Costs of £1,200 per Week

Payment Options We Accept

We accept all major payment types including Visa, Mastercard and Paypal. Our team will call you to make payment 24-hours in advance of treatment.

You’re in Safe Hands With Us

We have helped thousands of people find recovery since opening our doors in 1996.

Watch stories from ex-clients who completed treatment at The Providence Projects.

How We Compare On Cost in the UK

Compared to the average cost in the UK (£9000), our fixed cost of £6995 for 28 days is competitive without compromising on quality. The key is to find the right package, which is also affordable. Fortunately the more affordable options are often just as good, in many cases better than the more expensive ones.

The most important factor is the success rate. There is no relationship between paying more money and increasing your chances of recovery success.

The Providence Projects can proudly say that we are one of the more affordable rehabs in the UK, but we are also one of the most successful.

Drug Rehab Costs

Costs will vary in the UK depending on a number of factors including the drug you are struggling with, the type of programme (residential or outpatient rehab) and any complexities around drug detox requirements.

However, there is no evidence that spending more money on treatment equates to better outcomes. The only correlation between price and outcome is the length of treatment typically results in better success rates.

You would expect to pay between £9000 and £12000 for 28 days of residential treatment. Compare this to our treatment cost of £6995 for the same levels of care.

Alcohol Rehab Costs

The cost of alcohol rehab in the UK can vary depending on location, facilities and the type of alcohol detox you require. Spending more money on treatment for alcoholism will not guarantee success, this is true for any substance abuse issue.

On average, you would typically spend the same amount on inpatient alcohol rehab as you would for any other substance, between £9000 and £12000 for 28 days. Compare this to our fixed treatment cost of £6995 which covers everything including an alcohol detox regime, evidence-based therapies, accommodation, family support and aftercare.

Gambling Rehab Costs

There are a range of costs for gambling rehab treatment in the UK depending on the programme type and the length of time you wish to stay. As a behavioural addiction, you won’t need to pay for detox and would therefore begin with evidence-based therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy and counselling to help explore the root causes of your gambling problem.

We charge a flat cost of £6995 for 28 days of treatment for problem gambling.

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