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Drug Support Services

The first step to getting drug addiction help is knowing and acknowledging you have a problem. 

Seeking help with drug addiction is a huge step in your recovery process, and knowing the support that is available is a key element to this. Find out more about our drug addiction support services and our drug rehab in London.

What is drug rehab?

Drug addiction help comes in various forms, and we specialise in non-residential rehab for problematic drug use. It means that you don’t stay on site with us, and you join us for treatment each day, integrating recovery into your daily life.

We offer this programme both online and in-person, where we will work with you intensively using the 12-step approach to addiction treatment.  We also integrate other evidence-based therapeutic approaches including CBT, psychodynamic therapy and person-centred therapy within our group and one-to-one sessions. Our treatment programme will help you stop drinking alcohol (and/or taking drugs) and get a handle on your addiction over the course of six weeks. We also provide three months of free aftercare, to support you in the early stages of your recovery after you complete treatment with us.

At Help Me Stop, we knew that there was a gap for an effective, affordable and accessible solution for those suffering with drug addiction. Many of the team members at Help Me Stop have walked in your shoes, along the paths of addiction, treatment and recovery, so they know exactly what it is that you are going through.

If you are looking for drug addiction help, please get in touch with Help Me Stop here. We offer abstinence-based treatment programmes in west London, central London and online, so you can choose the option that best works for you, and fits in with your lifestyle.

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Drug rehab London

We do know that drug rehab isn’t the right route for everyone, and that each person’s circumstances are different.

Some clients come to us as they know that they have a drug problem, whereas others have noticed their habits and recreational use are getting more and more frequent. Whatever your reason for reaching us here, know that there are options and services available to help you stop taking drugs safely, and stay stopped.

If you are not sure whether drug rehab is the right route for you, see if any of these sound familiar:

  • Becoming more and more distant from friends and family, combined with an increase in drug use
  • Looking for the next opportunity to use, or looking forward to the situations where you may be able to use again 
  • Losing joy in everyday activities, in place of thinking about drugs
  • Negative impacts to your health, wellbeing, relationships, finances, work, or life opportunities.
  • Taking more risks to get drugs and use drugs, things you wouldn’t have done in the past.

If any of these sound familiar to you, or you are thinking about reaching out for drug support for another reason, please do get in touch. If you are looking for alternative solutions, here are some of the trusted resources available to you.

Alternative drug support

A range of resources and services have been made available from the government for those struggling with drug and alcohol misuse and addiction. These are usually free of charge.

FRANK is the national information service on drugs and alcohol. Their website can be found here and contains a wide range of educational resources.

You can enquire about the NHS ‘talking therapy’ service via this page of the NHS website. This is a free therapy service that does not necessarily require a referral from your GP.

Families Anonymous is a worldwide fellowship of family members and friends who have been affected by the misuse of drugs, alcohol and behavioural problems. They have a presence in the UK. You can find out more at their website here.

If you are concerned about your immediate use of alcohol, or the use of a friend or loved one, Help Me Stop’s intensive Online Rehab programme is designed to be completed from home at a significantly lower cost than traditional residential rehabilitation. Learn more about it here.

If you’d like to talk to us directly about drug treatment, call us on 0208 191 9191 or email us via our contact form. We will be here for you to find the right help with alcohol or drug addiction.

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Drug rehab near me 

Finding drug rehab near you is the first step to overcoming addiction. Help Me Stop has face-to-face services  in London and Winchester, as well as an Online Rehab programme which is accessible globally with a computer and wifi.

About Help Me Stop 

At Help Me Stop, we are here to help our clients overcome drug addiction. We have face-to-face addiction rehabs and an online programme too, to provide intensive addiction treatment to people where and when they need it.

We offer a non-residential Dayhab programme, and our treatment approach 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. 

If you would like to discover more or have a confidential chat about how we can help you, please get in touch on 0208 191 9191, or send us an email or use our contact form.

Together we can help you stop.