If you are struggling with drug addiction, or know someone who is, Help Me Stop is here to help.
There are a variety of reasons why people develop a drug addiction, and we are here to listen and help without judgment. Many of our team have been through addiction themselves and are now in long term addiction recovery, so they know the challenges and difficulties that you are facing.
If you cannot stop using drugs and it is negatively affecting your life, career or happiness, then you should consider getting drug addiction treatment. We can treat addiction to cocaine, heroin, prescription drugs, and other drugs such as cannabis, MDMA, GHB, amphetamines and ketamine.
We specialise in drug addiction help and can help you rebuild your life and relationships, using our Dayhab programme.
Dayhab is a non-residential treatment programme, available either online or in-person. Over the course of six weeks, we work with you to understand the nature of your addiction and develop recovery strategies that work for you. Our programme centres around the 12 step approach to addiction treatment, which is evidenced-based and highly effective in treating addiction. We also integrate other therapeutic approaches including CBT and person-centred therapy in our group and one-to-one counselling sessions.
Drug Addiction Treatment Prices
Online Rehab & Onsite Dayhab
Onsite Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Equivalent to £23.38 per hour
Online Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Equivalent to £26.22 per hour
We offer our treatment online, at Percy Street in London and in Winchester, so you can choose a programme that works for you. We know that cost is usually a barrier for those looking for help with addiction, and so that is why we created a non-residential programme that is much more accessible and affordable.
Aside from the cost, there are many other benefits to non-residential Dayhab, such as integrating what you are learning into your everyday life and working around your job, family, and other commitments.
Addiction looks different for everyone and there is no one picture that portrays what it looks like. There are different reasons, routes and paths that may have led you here and whether you are looking to stop your usage before it gets out of control, or you know you need to overcome an addiction, we are here to help you with that.
Drug addiction can be a confusing and lonely experience for both the person who suffers and their loved ones. We offer family and couples therapy as part of our Dayhab programme, so you can work on building back your relationships, trust and communication as you recover from addiction. These sessions are optional and they take place face-to-face or online.
We also know the importance of having a safe space to talk to others about your experiences. This is why group sessions are a really important part of what we offer here at Help me Stop. Speaking to people who are in the same situation as you is really powerful in overcoming addiction. It will aid your recovery process, to share how you are feeling with people who are going through similar feelings and experiences as you are.
How We Can Help
Our London rehab centre and our Winchester Rehab are easily accessible, and our online programme is available internationally, to make sure that you have the support you need and deserve.
To find out more about how we can help you overcome drug addiction, get in touch with us or call 0208 191 9191 to speak to a member of the team confidentially.
Once you have completed your initial assessment for Help Me Stop rehab London and decided to join one of our programmes we start out by scheduling your days and times of attendance. Each person must commit to a 6 week programme and decide what stream they want to attend – mornings, afternoons or evenings.
The face to face programme is undertaken in 2 phases. Phase 1 last 4 weeks and requires daily attendance Monday to Friday and Phase 2 last 2 weeks and requires just 3 days of attendance.
If you have decided to do the online programme then this takes six weeks to complete and consists of around 11 hours of treatment every week (Mon – Fri) split into 5 x 2 1/4 hour blocks per day.
When you first arrive, we will undertake an induction with you and then introduce you to the other people in the programme with you and the therapy team before starting your group work. You will be working with other clients in drug rehab and alcohol rehab so you will have a built-in support group for the duration of your treatment. If you want to learn more please contact us today.
A detox may be necessary for some of our clients. Depending on your needs we could recommend a residential detox at a specialist rehab centre or a home detox. We have a list of preferred providers who can offer the best detox solutions to fit your needs.
The type of detox we suggest is largely determined by what we learn in our initial assessment. We want to make sure all of our clients are safe and well cared for. To do that detox may be medically necessary as it can be dangerous to simply stop drinking or drugs without help.
If you would like to know more about our detox, please contact us today.
Everyone takes something different away from their rehab centre experience but there are some fundamental tools we give to all our clients. These are the tools of recovery and they help you navigate your world and avoid relapse. These tools include:
- A support network of friends and family
- An understanding of your addiction
- A knowledge of what triggers your desire to drink/use drugs
- An ongoing treatment plan
- Useful coping mechanisms
- An understanding of how negative emotions can hinder your recovery
- A break in your addiction cycle
- The knowledge that you are not alone
Rehab is not a cure. Someone with an addiction does not suddenly lose that addiction after rehab. The rehabilitation process teaches people how to deal with their addiction and build a life free from the substance they were addicted to. For example, when someone with an alcohol addiction leaves rehab, they have the tools to live a life without needing to drink. They have not suddenly developed the ability to drink responsibly.
People who leave rehab thinking they can go back to using will almost certainly relapse. That is why organisations like AA have the saying, “Once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic.”
It is also important to remember that addiction has both a physical and a mental element. Someone can have a physical drug addiction. When they stop using they will feel sick and may even need to be hospitalised. Someone can also be psychologically addicted to a drug. It may be the only way they know how to deal with negative emotions or escape other mental health issues. Rehab can treat both of these facets of addiction but it can not erase them. If you are interested in learning more about our rehab clinic you can contact us today. We can create a treatment plan, provide support and give you the rehab treatment you need.