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Funding Your Stay At Life Works

Cost of Treatment

The cost of treatment here at Life Works Community varies according to the type of treatment and programme that is recommended to you. 

We offer a number of ways that you can fund your stay with us and accept most major Health Insurances, if you are unsure what is available to you or if you would like to know our prices then please call us on 0800 081 0700 or email us here for a confidential and quick answer.

Self Funding

The fee for treatment will depend upon the treatment programme that is most suitable for you and the length of time spent with us. 

For our residential programme our fees include 24-hour medical and psychiatric care and are fully inclusive of accommodation, meals and most therapies. Supplementary charges will be incurred if clients would like single rooms, additional medication, extra therapies and excursions. 

Payment can be made by credit or debit card, cheque or bank transfer. Please note that payment by cheque requires a seven day clearing period. Please note that we do not accept Diners card.

If you would like to discuss treatment fees in detail please call us on 0800 081 0700 or email us for more information.

Private Medical Insurance

Life Works is a recognised healthcare service provider and is accepted by most Private Medical Insurance companies.

Individual policies do vary so it is important to check with your provider that your policy covers the type of treatment you require. We will assist you with every step of the application process.

In order to be covered by insurance, inpatient treatment requires a GP referral letter. Our consultant psychiatrist will subsequently fill in all the necessary forms for the insurance company.

Corporate Insurance

If you are covered by your employer's private medical insurance scheme, or you wish to be admitted to Life Works, referral can be made by your employer's occupational health doctor.

To find out how we can assist you with arranging treatment, please call us now on 0800 081 0700 or email us for more information.

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