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Help with Funding

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Help with Funding – Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Help with funding. We do have some bed available. We help 100’s people every year, and I am sure we can help you. We are none judgmental, and all our team are ex addicts themselves, and know exactly where you are with your addiction, and know how to help you. Get in touch now. We look forward to your call.

If you are in the UK and seeking help with funding for detoxification (detox) services, there are several options you can explore:

  1. National Health Service (NHS): The NHS provides free detox services through its drug and alcohol services. You can contact your local NHS Trust or speak to your general practitioner (GP) for a referral to the appropriate services in your area.
  2. Local Authority Funding: Local authorities in the UK are responsible for providing support and funding for substance misuse services, including detox. Contact your local council’s social services department or drug and alcohol service to inquire about available funding options.
  3. Charitable Organisations: There are charitable organisations in the UK that offer funding and support for individuals seeking detox services. Some examples include the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF), Addaction, and Turning Point. Reach out to these organisations to see if they can assist you or provide information on funding options.
  4. Individual Funding Requests (IFR): In certain cases, if you have exceptional circumstances or complex needs, you may be able to request funding for detox through an Individual Funding Request. This involves making a case to your local NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) or Health Board for funding based on your specific circumstances.
  5. Health Insurance: If you have private health insurance, check your policy to see if it covers detox services. Contact your insurance provider for information on coverage and reimbursement for detox treatment.

It’s important to note that the availability and specific funding options can vary depending on your location and individual circumstances. It’s recommended to reach out to local resources, such as drug and alcohol services or your GP, for guidance and information on funding options specific to your area.

Additionally, consider contacting helplines or support services like the National Drug Helpline (0808 808 2234) or the Alcoholics Anonymous helpline (0800 9177 650) for further assistance and advice on accessing funding for detox in the UK.

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