The current Coronavirus crisis is without a doubt a frightening time for everyone, especially for those suffering with addiction who are in need of critical care and immediate treatment. This is why we are going to every length possible in order to remain open and to provide the same standard of care, trust, love and support deserved to everyone with addiction. Addiction won’t pause during the Coronavirus crisis, and neither will we.
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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.
We remain committed to welcoming new clients in need of help, providing high-quality treatment to everyone in our care and serving our communities.
Update as of 16th August 2021
In line with Government, CQC and Public Health England guidance, UKAT Group centres are able to admit all clients into the group client sessions upon proof of a negative PCR test.
To ensure the safest possible treatment and care, the following COVID-19 prevention control measures are in place upon arrival to any UKAT Group centre:
Wash hands thoroughly
Wear a mask
Take a lateral flow test and a PCR test
Stay in one of the UKAT Group’s single bedrooms until a negative PCR test result is returned
To support our clients leaving treatment during the Coronavirus crisis, we have launched weekly online aftercare support sessions. All clients leaving treatment during this time will be given access and the support they need to start their recovery journey.
To speak to a member of our team, Call us now on+44 2039 496 584
Our brand promise
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.*
* Click here to learn more or contact UKAT directly for rehab availability.