The best value in private drug and alcohol rehab in Australia. And an all-inclusive price. We always publish the cost of addiction rehab on our website.
Cost of drug and alcohol Rehab
Our price is all-inclusive – everything from accommodation and meals to counselling and group programs to offsite activities. There are no hidden costs. We won’t be billing you for lots of little extras. We won’t be trying to sell you other courses. This is it. One excellent package and an upfront price. (See exclusions below).
Program Fee: $9,600 for 30 days (and $320/day for each day therafter)
We have a minimum stay of 30 days but we strongly recommend guests stay for 60 or 90 days. Some guests stay longer. Generally, the longer the stay the greater chance of success.
Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA)
Subject to individual approval, the DVA can support the full cost of veteran’s treatment at Gunnebah. Please contact us for further details.
What is included?
- Pickup service from Gold Coast International Airport or nearby towns
- Your own room
- All meals
- All off-site activities
- All onsite medical visits (as per medical issues disclosed)
- All psychology and counselling sessions
- Yoga and exercise program
- Education program
- Group Therapy
- Family counselling session
- Supervised and structured environment
- Drug testing
- All linen, including bedding and towels
- Fully equipped laundry including dryers
- After care plan on exit
- And more…
For more on what is included, take a look at our program
What is not included?
- Significant unexpected medical needs or medical evacuation expenses
- Any prescription medicines or pharmaceutical items and health supplements required during your stay
- Any malicious or recklessly negligent damage to our facilities
- Any cost of removal from the facility if you are excluded for misbehavior/breach but refuse to leave
- Any reports for legal matters including employers or professional bodies
- Personal toiletries
- Guest spending money for incidentals
Full payment in advance is required to reserve your place in the program.
What to do if you cannot afford this price
- Seek a bed at a public rehab. Gunnebah operates independent of government funding but there are a number of low cost, government funded residential rehabs.
- Participate in a non-residential recovery program in your area – such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or Smart Recovery.
- Discuss options with your GP.
For me I was so scared and nervous going into this but I couldn’t have found myself in a better place. The team that works there are brilliant and friendly and the place itself is awesome and definitely one of the best things I’ve ever done to help myself. I’ve made new friends for life and left there feeling like a new person – I was so scared and shy at the start but in the end I didn’t wanna leave cos it’s such an amazing place with good people. Thank you to everyone. ~ Jason J.