The other route for cocaine dependency is therefore to get free treatment from the NHS. Sometimes, it can be possible to get private treatment for cocaine addiction through the NHS or maybe social services. Private clinics sometimes offer monthly repayment programs and others may even have insurance that can cover the costs.
With private rehab clinics, a person can be admitted with 24 hours, whereas those that have to get treatment for their coke dependency via the NHS, it can take months and that's after providing evidence that other treatments have already been tried and failed.
It should be understood that cocaine addiction treatment is big business and that private rehab clinics that cater for the wealthy make fortunes from their cocaine dependency. So, it makes sense for them to offer payment plans in order to make sure they keep their clinics full.
In the past, I have needed to undergo operations for health issues and they were done both through the NHS and others privately and what I can tell you is this, private hospital care is the way to go. There is no comparison! The treatment, food, and care is so much better - not to mention that I got my operation done almost straight away. That's a few of the differences between private health care and the NHS.
If you can get private treatment for cocaine addiction, then you will normally have the same carer throughout. You'll have your own private room with en suite facilities. You can often have the food of your choice and with the luxury drug rehab clinics, you'll have chefs to cook-up whatever you desire. Mustn't it be wonderful to be loaded - eh? You get to live a life of luxury whatever you do.
I mean, you can march-on with your cocaine sessions for 2- 3 months (or whatever) and then when you fancy a break - just admit yourself into a luxury holiday rehab clinic for a break. For those that live the five-star life, they also get the luxury 5-star amenities when they admit themselves into the luxury-end of rehab clinics, that include gyms, swimming pools, luxury private bedrooms, exquisite choice of food and room service. Isn’t that the life. For those that are super wealthy - that's home-from-home!