Dealing with addiction through the Coronavirus pandemic

With new social distancing guidelines in place, it’s difficult to know whether seeking help for addiction is safe and if you should take action. Rest assured, although Coronavirus has taken over our high streets, it hasn’t taken over our commitment to helping you achieve sobriety. We have put measures in place to ensure that any rehabilitation treatment you choose with us is safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, and you will get the same level of care and support as before the outbreak.

Take a look below to find out about our screening process and safety-measures, and how to keep yourself safe at home.

Coronavirus

COVID-19 Updates & Safety Precautions In this time of uncertainty, one thing remains the same: that our number one priority is and will always be to protect and care for our clients, staff, families and friends. The UKAT team are continually monitoring and responding to the pandemic as it evolves. We are taking every appropriate step in accordance with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Public Health England.

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If you successfully complete our 90-day inpatient treatment programme but experience a relapse within 30 days of leaving, we will welcome you back for complimentary 30 days of treatment.*

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