Luxury Rehab vs Normal Rehab
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Difference Between Luxury Rehab vs Normal Rehab
Luxury Rehab vs Normal Rehab
Remedy Wellbeing is the Worlds Most Exclusive treatment center and mental wellbeing retreat. Overall Winner of Worlds Best Rehab 2022 and the International Rehab of the year it is well known that Remedy Wellbeing exisits outside of the Luxury Rehab enviornment. The Remedy is the worlds first $1million mental health retreat and treats high net worth individuals on a one client at a time basis. Aside from Remedy Wellbeing, rehabs are usually classed globally as tier one, tier two and tier three rehab centers.
Tier One, Two and Three Rehabs
Remedy Wellbeing exists outside of the international rehab ecosystem and the level of care and facilities surpasses traditional so-called luxury rehabs by a factor of 10x.
So what are the three tiers of addiction treatment rehabs?
Tier One Luxury Rehabs
Tier One luxury rehabs typically strive to attract high net worth clients by trying to compete with each other on location, facilities and standards of service. However, the treatment care offered is often a variation of the 12-Step model, which is available for free, at any 12 step meeting. Some rehabs call their model the ‘Minnesota Model’, although sadly this is yet another variation of the 12-step program with a new name. Tier one luxury rehabs usually treat one client at a time but charge around $90,000 to $115,000 per week. As anyone knows, a stay in suites and villas at the Worlds best hotels can cost significantlky more, so there are naturally question marks over the quality of the oevrall service that can be delivered.
Tier Two Luxury Rehabs
Tier Two luxury rehabs tend to cost around $80,000 a month (note the monthly cost here rather than weekly). Accommodations are generally of a higher quality although the treatment cenjters are usually very busy, with high occupancy rates. In the Unisted States Tier two luxury rehabs often accept insurance on a co-pay basis. Tier two rehabs are based on a group model i.e. you will receive some individual therapy but the majority of treatment will be done in goups. As with tier one rehabs, tier two rehabs will also usually follow the 12-step model, with only a few notable exceptions globally. Tier two rehabs trade on the ‘luxury rehab’ brand and appeal to more aspirational clients who may well be better served by a traditional normal rehab.
Tier Three Rehabs
Tier Three rehabs are what you would usually have in your mind when you think of rehab. A tier three reahs is known as ‘normal rehab’. They are still expensive for what you get, and what you get isn’t all that much. Usually you will receive no individual therapy and all work is done in groups. Groups will usually be formed from a crosss section of society. Tier Three Rehabs almost always accept insurance and are 99.9% based on the 12-Step model of alcoholics anonymous. Mobile phones and communication with the outside world are heavily curtailed and usually used as a reward for good behavior. These rehabs are usually staffed by individuals who are driven by a sense of service although find themselves limited to what they can deliver due to budgetary and managerial constraints.
Luxury Rehab vs Normal Rehab
Taking time away from environments in which drug dependence or drug abuse occurs can help individuals to stay sober and stay in recovery. Hoping for support and a break from the dysfunctional patterns, many recovering users prefer detoxing and leaving the everyday grind of life behind, either going into an inpatient rehabilitation facility or into a residential treatment facility. When choosing an inpatient rehab facility, there are a number of things to consider, such as the level of care, the services offered, the staff-to-patient ratio, and the cost, if you are choosing between luxury versus non luxury normal rehab. Non-luxury rehab refers to standard rehab facilities that do not provide luxury amenities.
Both Luxury rehab and non-luxury rehab facilities are similarly focused on recovery. Each residence-based facility involves patients checking into controlled environments. The programs are intense, and there is 24 hour health care and emotional support. They are each designed to address serious addiction, mental health disorders, and behavioral problems.
Both deluxe and non-deluxe rehabilitation are most effective when an individual is honest, open, and ready to engage with the treatment process.
In normal rehab patients might be required to share rooms with other patients, eat from a menu, and be left without amenities such as modern technology and pools. Most programs are between 28 days to 6 months long, and provide a variety of traditional treatment forms to help their patients achieve sobriety. Some rehabs allow the patients families to visit and even attend during therapy. The facilities are often located near a patients home town, making it easy for friends and family members to visit.
Luxury rehab is a rehabilitation facility that provides patients with a high-end setting in which to heal from their addiction, usually out of their home state or country. They provide the benefits of traveling to, and healing in, beautiful or exotic settings far from toxic triggers. Luxury rehab may benefit patients who prefer, and can afford, a non-ordinary, high-end experience.
These types of residential facilities emphasize both traditional, intense rehab programs and innovative, one-of-a-kind treatments. What makes luxury rehabilitation different than nonluxury rehabilitation is the creativity in treatment methods and facilities. Luxury rehabs provide an extensive list of amenities such as therapeutic spa treatments, personal therapies, and lush landscapes. These facilities also provide transformative treatments such as adventure therapy and wilderness to reinvent the lives of their patients.
It is a great option for individuals who are ready to address a mental health, substance use, or behavioral disorder. When choosing between a no-frills and luxury rehab, keep in mind that each rehab offers their own mix of experiences, amenities, and levels of care. The major differences between non-luxury and luxury rehabs are the location, amenities, and types of treatments.
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