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Whether you would like to know more about our programmes or would like to work with us, if you fill in the form here we can get a member of our team to call you back and have a chat.

FAQs

We understand that you and your loved ones will have many questions, so we have rounded up our most frequently asked questions to make this a little easier. However, if you have any other questions, please ask us.

What is the minimum advised length of stay?

We advise a minimum stay of 60 days. However, as all of our treatment is personalised, we assess on a case-by-case basis, with recommendations based on clinical consultation.

Do I need to be abstinent?

We require you to be clean for at least 30 days before joining us

How much does treatment cost?

Our monthly cost is USD $6,000. However, we offer discounted packages for those who are interested in staying for longer.

What currencies do you accept payment in?

USD $, AUS $, GBP £, IDR

Will I be allowed my mobile phone whilst in treatment?

You will have access to your mobile phone, as the goal of recovery living is to prepare you for day to day life. We expect you to hand in your phone during group sessions so we have your full attention and all client’s respect for each other’s time. If there is evidence of misuse, your phone may be confiscated.

Will I be able to attend 12-step meetings?

All clients are within walking distance of over 22 meetings a week inc AA,NA, CODA, SLAA, ACA

What happens if I relapse during my stay?

We have a zero-tolerance policy to relapse. However, in the event of relapse, we will ensure that clients receive the necessary support. We would review their return following a period of time and continued abstinence.

As a loved one (parents, family, funder, friend) how can I get updates about my loved one during their treatment?

As long as we have a signed ROI from the client in treatment, we will work with all associated parties to ensure that they are informed of updates.

How often will I get drug and alcohol tested?

Regularly, randomly and suspiciously