Alcohol Rehab Centers - Drug Rehabs - Rehabilitation Programs

With more than 60 years combined experience, We Do Recover is the leading South African and UK treatment helpline with over 7,000 patients helped since 2007. Our independence guarantees our recommendation is right for you and not driven by commercial gain.

How much does it cost?

Prices vary depending on the facility and the duration of stay. Your private health insurance will often cover up to 24 days of addiction treatment, as well as 21 days of mental health inpatient care, per year.

We work with most private health insurance and medical aid schemes. We will coordinate your admission and, where possible, arrange pre-authorisation. If you were to opt for a luxury rehab, you would need to complement the cost covered by your health insurance, which we can help coordinate .

If not on private health insurance we can help you find treatment you can afford.

 

Cost of treatment

SA 1.Discovery Medical Aid
UK 1.BUPA PMI
SA 2. Bonitas Medical Aid
UK 2.AxaPPP UK PMI
SA 3. Momentum Health Medical Aid
UK 3.AvivaHealthCare UK PMI
SA 4. Medshield Medical Aid South Africa
UK 4. Vitality UK PMI
SA 5. Fedhealth Medical Aid South Africa
UK 5.SimplyHealth UK PMI
SA 6. GEMS Medical Aid
UK 6.Allianz UK PMI

Call us if you are not sure about your coverage.

How it works

  • 1You call us on flag sa - Home Page081-444-7000 or English - Home Page0800 955 4357 or let us call you
  • 2We assess the current situation together.
  • 3We identify appropriate treatment options for you or your loved one.
  • 4We coordinate your admission, including private health insurance pre-authorisation at no charge to you.
  • 5You get better and we follow up all the way.

Get treatment for:

Cross addiction is common and often patients may be addicted to more than one substance or process and have mental health issues. Therefore it is important that the treatment be comprehensive and address each person holistically.

Call us for an assessment.

What kind of treatment is right for my problem?

The right treatment is defined primarily by the severity of the addiction or mental health issue. Contrarily to popular belief, the substance or behaviour being used has little bearing on the treatment process because addictive patterns and consequences are so similar. Contact us for an assessment of your needs.

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Can I help a loved one?

Yes. The key is to help the person suffering from addiction to come to the realisation that they have a problem. For their loved ones, it often means to “stop enabling” their behaviour, otherwise known as letting them face the consequences of their illness. When the case is too severe and stopping enabling doesn’t break through the denial, staging an intervention or in extreme cases organising a court order may be necessary. We can help you evaluate the situation.

Can I really recover from addiction?

Yes. Recovery requires commitment, courage to change and continued self-care. Those who do the work recover the ability to experience joy, form healthy relationships and resume productive responsible lives. Recovery is a tale of transcendance, where the strength used to sustain the pains of addiction gets transmuted into power to live a meaningful life.

Is the problem mental health or addiction?

Substance abuse may cause or exacerbate mental health issues. On the other hand people with mental health issues may unknowingly self-medicate by using various substances or soothing behaviours. Often abstinence allows mental health issues to receede, but it is always recommended to seek the help of a mental health professional. Either way, assessment by a professional is necessary to identify the desired course of treatment. We Do Recover can do an initial assessment.

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The treatment facilities

We only partner with private facilities that meet world class standards of quality, are fully licensed and employ certified staff. Our network exceeds 100 facilities across South Africa, the UK & Thailand and provides end to end treatment.

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Do I have an addiction problem?

When does our drinking, using or obsessive behaviour cross the line?

Sure signs of an addiction problem include either a sense of guilt about using, irritability towards people or situations that question our using, inability to cut down, or a sense of needing to use to function.

If you experience any of these, consider how much more you stand to lose before you get treatment.

 

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Does my loved one have an addiction problem?

Are my concerns legitimate? Is it time to step in?

Signs of addiction may include erratic or irresponsible behaviour, tendency to isolate or maintain unhealthy associations with people, poor eating and sleeping habits and dishonesty.

You can help.

The key is to help the person suffering from addiction to come to the realisation that they have a problem. For their loved ones, it often means to “stop enabling” their behaviour, otherwise known as letting them face the consequences of their illness.

When the case is too severe and stopping enabling doesn’t break through the denial, staging an intervention or in extreme cases organising a court order may be necessary.

We can help you evaluate the situation.

 

Assess the situation

What we do

We Do Recover coordinates admission into fully certified treatment facilities for people afflicted with addiction of mental health issues.

We are not associated with a specific institution, but rather partner with a broad range of facilities in the UK, South Africa and Thailand. This guarantees our assessment is impartial and actually tailored to your needs.
Beyond the professional support we provide to each person who contacts us, we provide helpful resources on addiction and treatment options. We believe that addiction, criminality and violence are deeply intertwined, and that the quality and effectiveness of our services contribute to a safer world.

Our services include:

  • Professional assessment of your needs
  • Rehab admission processing, including health insurance pre-authorisation where possible
  • Organising interventions
  • Sourcing and executing a court order
  • Online resources on addiction

 

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