Our fees for 2022/23 are £950 per week. Most placements are funded by Social Services, which usually require a Community Care Assessment by the local authority concerned. Placements usually last between 3 and 6 months depending on the client’s needs and funding constraints.
If you or your family would like to privately fund your stay at Hebron then please call 01603 439905 to discuss packages available.
It is recommended that clients who are referred to Hebron engage in both Stage 1 and 2 treatment provision as progress through the stages builds on recovery capital to sustain abstinent recovery.
First and Second Stage treatment is provided for clients who are funded for a 6 month placement. Clients who depart after completing a 1st Stage – 12 week only placement do not have the opportunity to participate in key elements designed to help them reintegrate in the community. This would suit women with less complex issues, who have access to the provision of continued aftercare support in their home area.
Stage 2 supports life and social skills groups, community and leisure based activities and offers educational and training courses or a voluntary position in a work area of choice. This would suit women with more complex issues that lie behind their dependency and have completed our first stage and can access continued aftercare support in their home area or may wish to relocate.
Hebron Trust offers a comprehensive resettlement/aftercare package for clients wishing to relocate to the Norwich area for those who complete the 6 month programme. We are unable to offer this service to those who complete a 12 week programme as eligibility criteria would not be met.
Our aftercare package is charged at £300 per week from 1 March 2022. Aftercare provides supported housing for 12 weeks on discharge from Hebron House with continued care in the community. Clients commit to a structured day programme with home visits from our resettlement team, return visits to Hebron House for group therapy and counselling, peer mentoring and social activities, access to voluntary work/paid employment/education and move-on accommodation from supported housing.