Funding Options

Offering highly specialised treatment for eating disorder recovery

As a private specialist in eating disorder treatment, Orri creates a bespoke treatment plan for every individual that comes through our doors. We know that affording private treatment can be difficult, but we’re here to guide you through the process to help you understand your funding options.

Do I have to pay for Orri?

Unlike the NHS, Orri is a privately funded organisation. This means our clients pay directly for their treatment plan, or through the use of private medical insurance.

Orri provides access to the highest quality eating disorder treatment. As a CQC Outstanding provider, we pride ourselves on the standard of our facilities and the  specialists who are part of our family, and being private allows us to maintain these standards.

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You pay for the cost of your treatment. Self-Pay offers flexibility and control, allowing clients to directly manage the financing of their treatment plan.

Private Medical Insurance

If you or a family member has a Private Medical Insurance (PMI) plan, you may be about to pay for the cost of treatment through your insurer.

Why should I go private?

Addressing an eating disorder early on can prevent it from getting worse. The main benefit of private treatment is the ability to access treatment quickly so you can begin your journey to recovery sooner. At Orri, we have a team of specialists who are able to create a treatment plan which works for you. With ongoing support throughout your recovery, we provide the highest level of care available.

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Navigating Private Medical Insurance

At Orri, we understand that navigating private medical insurance (PMI) can be complex, and we’re here to support you every step of the way. While it’s your responsibility to understand your coverage and communicate with your insurer, our admissions team will assist in outlining your treatment plan and making the application for funding on your behalf.

Whether you’re working with your insurer, securing your place at Orri, or ensuring everything aligns with your treatment plan, our commitment is to guide you through this process, making it as smooth as possible.


Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

The cost of treatment varies from person to person depending on your bespoke recovery plan. For example, some of our clients recover through outpatient treatment whereas others require intensive day treatment. The cost can also be affected by the medium of treatment to, whether you are treated in-person, online or a blend of both. To find out how much treatment will cost, get in touch with our team today.

Can I pay using finance?

We don’t currently offer any finance plans for our treatment, however we do offer a self pay option which means you can find alternative means to fund your treatment. For example, some of our clients have funded their treatment through friends and family, fundraisers, or personal loans. 

How do I start a claim with my private medical insurance?

If you’re paying for eating disorder treatment through your private medical insurance, you’ll need to contact them first and ensure this is covered in your policy. If you are not sure the next steps, contact our team who will be happy to provide advice and support on the next steps. 

Can I take out an insurance policy to cover the cost?

It’s unlikely that you will be covered for a pre-existing condition if you start a new policy. If you don’t have private medical insurance already, our self-pay option might be for you. Speak to one of our team today to discuss your options.