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    There are a number of things that go into the cost of rehab. It depends on where you go, what they offer, and whether you are doing inpatient or outpatient. Typically the more amenities a rehab centre offers, the more expensive it will be. Most rehab centres should offer medicine, access to doctors, and therapy. On the other hand, some rehab centres have swimming pools, horses, etc. that give patients things to do but often cause a centre to cost more.

    Rehab programmes are generally either 30 days, 60 days, or 90 days depending on what each specific person’s needs. For more severe addictions, a person may start with a ninety-day plan. On the other hand, some people may only need thirty days. For people who need longer than ninety-days, there are options such as sober living facilities and halfway houses.

    During alcohol rehab, a person is typically removed from many of the distractions/temptations of the real world. When you leave rehab, the challenge becomes avoiding relapse. It is important that you remain in therapy and continue to build up a support system. After an inpatient programme, you may then decide to move into an outpatient programme, and then more occasional therapy or support group sessions. As you leave rehab, we will generally help you design a plan to ensure you stay sober. At Rehab Recovery, we are dedicated to helping you every step of the way. Once you leave our alcohol rehab clinics, the help does not stop there. Our inpatient programmes come with up to a year of free aftercare, which includes access to our group and individual therapies, and regular check-ups to ensure you are still on the road to recovery.