Getting help with alcohol addiction can be difficult, and often knowing where to turn is the hardest part. At Help Me Stop, we offer alcohol addiction treatment programmes to help our clients move out of their addiction and into long term recovery.
Stopping drinking can seem impossible to do alone, and you really don’t have to do it by yourself. Getting help from a professional team and an alcohol treatment programme in place, makes you much more likely to achieve your goal. We also know that there are a lot of people who cannot access traditional alcohol rehab, either due to cost barriers or due to needing extensive time away from work and family.
This is why Help Me Stop created a non-residential rehab, called Dayhab, where you’re with us for part of the day, but you can also work this around your existing family and work commitments. Our Dayhab allows you to integrate rehab into your everyday life, and is a fraction of the cost of residential rehab.
Alcohol addiction can affect anyone, and we see clients from all different walks of life. Many of them are high-functioning, managing to hold down jobs, senior roles, social circles and family life, all while dealing with their addiction. You don’t have to struggle on in silence. There’s a far better quality of life awaiting you, beyond alcohol treatment and into your recovery.
If you’re wondering how to stop drinking then we are here to help. We also have an alcohol detox and rehab programme in place, should you need support to withdraw safely from alcohol prior to starting intensive therapy in our Dayhab programme.
About Help Me Stop
Help Me Stop offers drug and alcohol addiction treatment to those who need support in their recovery journeys. Our rehab programmes were created to be both affordable and accessible, as we knew there was a gap in the rehab market. We were the first in the UK to provide non-residential, intensive rehab, which has opened the doors of treatment to many thousands more people.
What’s involved in the treatment programme at Help Me Stop??
Our treatment programme centres around integrative psychotherapy, which blends a number of evidence-based therapies, including the 12 step approach to addiction treatment, person-centred therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, family therapy, art therapy, recovery workshops, mindfulness, and more. We work mainly in group sessions, and every client also has a one-to-one counselling session each week with their focal counsellor.
We also offer twelve months of free aftercare following the programme to make sure you have everything you need to continue on your recovery journey with professional and peer support
Alcohol addition help
We are committed to helping our clients find a new lease of life, free from alcohol. Our rehab programmes are based on sobriety, and many of our team members have been through rehab programmes in the past too. With specialist addiction treatment skills, they are best placed to understand what you’re going through and the tailored support you might need.
Despite its prevalence in America, Dayhab is still rare in the UK. Help Me Stop pioneered the model in the UK, because many people don’t clinically need a residential treatment programme, and they are effectively barred from them due to cost or time pressures. We wanted to offer alcohol detox and rehab solutions to more people, and this was the clear way to do it. We have a face-to-face rehab clinic in London and our online programme supports clients across the world in their addiction recovery.
If you are seeking help with alcohol, or you are worried about a relative’s relationship with alcohol, then we would encourage you to get in touch with us about treatment. We are here to listen without judgement and to help you find the right path, even if that isn’t with us. We have a wide range of resources and contacts we can share, as well as helping you find your road to recovery. We offer a free alcohol treatment assessment, to identify if we can help you and outline the plan and costs.
Get in touch for a confidential chat and speak with a member of the team.
Call us on 0208 191 9191 or email us on email@example.com.