The cost of treatment at Life Works varies according to the type and length of the treatment programme that is recommended for you. The two methods of funding that we accept at Life Works are self-funding, and funding via private medical insurance (PMI), which may be available through your employer’s corporate insurance scheme. Please contact us for more information, or to discuss the options that are available to you.
Choosing to self-fund rehabilitation
Self-funding enables our clients to enjoy the peace of mind of being able to receive rapid access and expert care from one of Europe’s leading rehabilitation centres. All clients are provided with the assurance that our specialist team can deliver the most appropriate treatment for their needs, resulting in the best possible outcomes.
Fees for Life Works’ residential programme include 24-hour expert medical and psychiatric care, luxurious accommodation, healthy and balanced meals, as well as all necessary therapeutic interventions.
Using your private medical insurance policy
Life Works is a recognised healthcare service provider and is accepted by most of the UK’s leading private medical insurers, including Bupa, Vitality, Aviva, Cigna, WPA and AXA PPP, as well as some international private medical insurers. If you have access to private medical insurance, either personally or through your workplace, your policy may require you to obtain a GP referral before undergoing treatment with Priory, so please check this with your provider. We will need you to provide your insurance policy details at the time of booking your initial consultation, so that pre-authorisation may be agreed with the insurance provider.
Free addiction and eating disorder assessments
Prior to commencing with specialist addiction or eating disorder treatment at Life Works, you may wish to take advantage of our free initial assessments. We offer a free, pre-screen addiction assessment, and also a free eating disorder assessment comprising dietetic, therapy and GP input. Please note, that any subsequent psychiatric assessments will need to be funded separately either via self-funding or PMI.