Finding help for drug and alcohol addiction can be a daunting process, but taking that first step is the biggest, and Help Me Stop is here to support you every step of the way. With our Hampshire rehab centre, and a team of experts on hand to guide you, we will be able to offer you the help you need to start your road to recovery.
Rehab is a chance to recover and to start again, but we know that traditional rehab models have not always been the most accessible, both practically and financially. That is why we created the Dayhab model, which offers affordable and accessible support for alcohol and drug addiction.
Dayhab is a non-residential rehab programme, meaning you are not required to stay with us, and you visit the centre for your sessions. This means that you can integrate your recovery within your daily life, and you will not need to take time away from work or your family in order to complete the course of sessions.
This is a popular route to recovery as it is more accessible and offers you the freedom to truly integrate what you have learned, which can make for a steadier route out of the programme.
Alcohol and drug support in Hampshire
Our Winchester centre is a new addition to the team at Help Me Stop, and we are proud to extend our offering to this second location. As well as the two in-person centres, we offer online Dayhab for those that live in other areas of the UK and across the world.
Our alcohol and drug centre in Hampshire is a popular hub, and we are welcoming clients to come and join our rehab programme here.
What Help Me Stop offer
Help Me Stop offers drug and alcohol addiction treatment to those looking to start their journey to recovery. Our programmes are based on the 12 step programme and use tools such as 1-2-1 sessions, group counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and family sessions to give you the knowledge and autonomy to continue your journey into recovery. With every programme, we offer three months of aftercare to make sure you are well-equipped with everything you need.
We welcome clients from all walks of life, and many of our members of staff have walked in your shoes. We understand what it takes to reach the road to recovery, and we will be here for you every step along the way.
Help with alcohol addiction
Seeking help with alcohol addiction is the biggest step you will take, and it is important to note how much it takes to get to that point. If you are seeking help with alcohol addiction, then please do get in touch on 0208 191 9191, or email us at email@example.com for a confidential chat.
Drug rehab near me
Finding a drug rehab centre that fits into your life can be difficult. That is why we created the Dayhab model, so you could work your recovery into your routine and carry on with your life and commitments. Our Hampshire rehab centre is conveniently located, and the team will be there to welcome you for each session.
Support for families
We know that there are a lot of bonds and relationships that can be strained or damaged in the face of addiction, and so we offer family support and counselling sessions to encourage the opening of these lines of communication, so you can rebuild and learn to trust again, while on the road to recovery. Please get in touch to find out more about these sessions.
NHS services and support
If our Dayhab model is not for you, then there are a variety of NHS support services available. You can view a range of them here, and we will be more than happy to point you in the right direction of a service that is appropriate for your needs and the stage you are at.
We have two physical locations, one in Central London and one in Winchester, Hampshire. These rehab centres facilitate the road to recovery, and we would welcome you to get in touch to find out more about how we can help you.
If you are looking for drug or alcohol support for someone you know or for yourself, then please get in touch with a member of the team. You can call us for a confidential chat on 0208 191 9191 (London Rehab / Online Rehab) or 01962 217 090 (Winchester Rehab), or you can email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to listen without judgement, and we are here to help you stop.
Alternatives to Hampshire Rehab
We know that Hampshire rehab is not the right solution for everyone, or there may be other steps you would like to take before engaging in drug and alcohol rehab. Here are some of the resources available to you.
Government and NHS support
If you’re looking for local addiction services, you can do so by using this page of the NHS website. This page will help you find services to support with alcohol misuse and addiction.
There is a NHS Talking Therapy Service which is searchable via this page of the NHS website. This is a free run of therapy and will not require a note or referral from your GP.
Support for parents and families
Al-Anon is an organisation that supports the family and friends of those suffering from drug or alcohol addiction. Their website can be found here.
Families Anonymous is a worldwide support system for those who have loved ones suffering with addiction and behavioural problems. This is an International fellowship with a UK base and presence. You can find out more at their website here.
Alcohol detoxification support
Alcohol detoxification can prevent fatalities from alcohol withdrawal, and it can be a necessary step before alcohol addiction treatment. You can call Help Me Stop on 0208 191 9191 or use our contact form to get in touch and we can signpost you to services that can support you with alcohol detoxification.
Drinkline is the National Alcohol Helpline. You can call from 9AM to 8PM in the week, and from 11AM to 4PM over the weekend on 0300 123 1110. You can call this service on behalf of yourself or someone you know struggling with alcohol consumption.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a long-standing self-help group available in the UK that supports alcohol addiction and recovery. Their website can be found here.
FRANK is the national information service on drugs and alcohol. Their website can be found here and has a range of resources for you to utilise.
If you are concerned about your immediate use of alcohol, or the use of a friend or loved one, Help Me Stop’s intensive Digital Dayhab programme is designed to be completed from home at a significantly lower cost than traditional residential rehabilitation, making it more accessible and affordable to many. Learn more about it here.
Trinity Winchester supports those facing homelessness or vulnerability. Their work supports a wide range of people from the most chronically excluded rough sleepers, to ex care-leavers on low incomes needing support with housing, employment or training. Reach out to them here if you or someone you know could use their support and resources.
Related page suggestions
What is Dayhab? – Dayhab is our non-residential rehab, and it is available in three locations, as well as online. Discover more here.
Do I need rehab? – Rehab is designed to help you on your road to recovery, and you can learn more about it here.
Blog – Read some of the stories on our blog to find out more about how we can help.