Treatment depends on individual circumstances and the substance being abused. From talking therapies to medical care, rehabilitation programmes can support and help in a variety of ways. Budgets for drug and alcohol rehabilitation have shrunk dramatically year on year and some areas do not offer rehab funding at all. While most local authorities will deliver drop-in services of some description, it is increasingly difficult to receive funding for residential rehab. Even if funding is secured, the level of service is likely to be impacted by a cap on the amount of financial assistance available. This lack of funded rehab means that more and more people are considering private rehabilitation. Self-funded treatment offers immediate access to high-quality care. Private residential addiction treatment provides structure, intensity and a level of support that can’t be replicated with an outpatient service.