The Recovery Lodge COVID-19 Updates & Safety Precautions
We are still accepting inpatients and are doing everything we can to keep you safe. We deep clean our facilities and follow all government guidelines. We have various treatment options available, can help you with interventions and have a full family support team here to help. Whatever it takes, we will get you on track for recovery.
We are taking in new patients
With our special measures we are still available to offer support to you whilst keeping your family and friends safe.
- We follow the strict guidelines set daily by the Care Quality Commission and Public Health England
- We ask all patients to self isolate for 7 days before entering into our care.
- We ask patients that have been in contact with Covid-19 cases to isolate for 14 days before coming into our care.
- We take regular temperature checks of all patients
- All rooms here at The Recovery Lodge are deep cleaned daily.
- Full PPE is worn by staff.
All of this enables us to stay open and offer full addiction care and support to new clients.
Don’t allow Covid-19 to cause an addiction relapse
It is now more important than ever to get the support you need for your addiction.
Lockdown has been hard on all of us, but for those suffering from addiction things have been much harder. We’re hearing from people who have found that they’re feeling more isolated than ever. Some are worried that lack of support and face to face contact is causing an addiction relapse.
Michelle from Faversham, Kent is finding it hard to manage her alcohol addiction
“As soon as lockdown was announced I felt my stomach churn, I dreaded feeling alone with my fight. I didn’t want to add to the burden that my family was already under. Zoom meetings just aren’t my thing. I’ve tried so very hard to not turn to drinking but it’s something that has become completely out of my control”
We’re concerned for people
Donna Akhurst, Manager of The Recovery Lodge in Faversham explains
“We’ve seen a drop in admissions and it worries us. It’s very possible that people aren’t aware that we can still care for them during the coronavirus outbreak. A lack of admissions could indicate that people are suffering from a relapse and not getting in touch.”
The Recovery Group – taking things digital
As well as offering inpatient services for people suffering from addiction we also provide our after service via The Recovery Group.
The Recovery Group allows you to make the most of our mentors who will support you and guide you through your steps to recovery, and the best part, we’re here whenever you need us.