How can I refer a patient to Triora?
If you are a GP, doctor, health professional, interventionist or employer, and are interested in referring a patient to Triora, or recommending that an employee contacts us, please get in touch:
24-hour helpline UK: +44 (0)800 088 5019
Visiting medical professionals
To arrange a visit to our clinics to meet our staff and find out more about our facilities, contact our specially dedicated professionals on +34(0)965 15 09 65 (Alicante) or +(34) 95 264 12 07 (Malaga)
What can I expect of Triora?
Triora’s client relations team:
- Provides a prompt response to enquiries regarding potential referrals;
- Provides a streamlined admissions procedure;
- Ensures the best programme of care for your patient or employee;
- Addresses any questions, special needs or concerns from yourself or your patient regarding treatment; and
- Can collaborate with health professionals in your patient’s treatment plan, progress and discharge to ensure continuity of care and the best possible outcome for your patient.
Why should I refer someone to Triora?
- Our unique, multidisciplinary addiction treatment is highly effective.
- 85% of former patients recommend us.
- Our treatment is certified in the Netherlands where the Triora Model was developed, with certification in Spain expected soon.
- Our professional staff are highly qualified, and we are passionate about what we do. Our staff are genuinely dedicated to helping patients regain a meaningful life.
- Patients benefit from discrete care in the pleasant surroundings of our private clinic in Alicante or Malaga, Spain.
Who can I refer to Triora?
Triora’s addiction treatment is suitable for adults (men and women) who:
- Are suffering from an addiction to drugs such as cocaine and cannabis and/or alcohol, and/or behavioural addictions such as gaming or gambling;
- Can afford our private addiction treatment;
- Are motivated to discontinue their substance use or behavioral addiction, and are also willing for example to stop smoking;
- Are prepared to participate in self-help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous;
- Do not have too many difficulties in other areas of life (housing, money, work, or relationships); and
- Can return after treatment to a reasonably structured life.
Our treatment is less suited to people whose primary addiction is:
- Sex addiction - there are mixed groups at the clinic; or
- Food addiction - we do not control cooking and eating.
Our addiction treatment is not suitable for people who are:
- Homeless. Returning home is part of our treatment. We do not provide housing.
- Unable to control their aggression: the treatment environment at our clinic must be absolutely safe.
- Physically unable to take care of themselves: a fairly high degree of independence is expected.
- Have poor social, emotional or intellectual development: our treatment programme sets quite high demands.
Mental health problems
People with mental health problems can only be treated by Triora when these would not prevent subsequent outpatient treatment.
Joaquín Descals Gilabert, Triora Alicante’s consultant psychiatrist and head of department and Carlos Sánchez Menéndez, Triora MonteAlminara's psychiatrist, conducts the admission assessment preferably in person at our clinics Spain. Assessments can also be completed via our online system, Karify, and by phone.
The assessment includes evaluating whether there are any co-occurring disorders such as ADHD or mental health issues such as depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder that need to also be addressed. These will then be treated simultaneously with the addiction to ensure the best possible outcome for our patients.
What does Triora’s addiction treatment include?
For full information about the types of therapy Triora provides and what is covered by our programme, visit the following pages:
- Inpatient treatment, including 5 steps to recovery and what a typical day at the Triora clinic looks like
- Outpatient treatment
- Triora Model.
Family and relationship counselling
Triora recognises the importance of involving key relatives or loved ones in our addiction care. It is our preference that family and friends are involved wherever possible. Family visits are permitted and encouraged at agreed times.
Triora can provide short residential detox at our clinic for less serious cases only. Patients must be clean and sober before treatment can start.
More information for referring professionals
We are happy to provide more information about our addiction treatment and addiction generally to groups of referrers. If you are interested in visiting our private clinic in Alicante, let us know.
You can also download our brochures below to find out more about the treatment we provide and what is included.
Some Triora professionals are being trained in the Arise® Model, where intervention meetings do not seek confrontation but rather collaboration between family members and the person of concern. Find out more about family intervention.