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Newbury, Hampshire Rehab

Finding a rehab centre and programme that is a good fit for you can be tough, but at Help Me Stop, we are proud to offer our Dayhab model of addiction treatment. Dayhab is an intensive, non-residential rehab for alcohol or drugs. 

We help our clients suffering with alcohol addiction and/or drug addiction, providing specialist addiction therapy to break free from problem drinking or drug use, and to establish a life in sustainable sobriety..

What is non residential rehab?

Non-residential rehab means that our clients do not stay overnight on site with us. Clients visit our face-to-face rehabs for their therapy sessions, or they log on to our Online Rehab programme from their home or private office. In this way, our treatment is integrated into our clients’ daily lives. Our approach makes rehab much more affordable and accessible, with clients being able to work and keep family commitments throughout the programme. It also means you will be dealing with real life issues whilst you are in treatment with us, strengthening your ability to manage cravings to drink or take drugs by getting professional support, exactly when you need it most.

The alternative is a residential rehab programme, which some people do prefer, and some need clinically. This is where clients stay at a facility or centre for the duration of their programme. It is a lot more expensive than our programme, due to the residential nature, and it means that clients have to take time out from work and family life in order to complete their programme.

Whichever model you opt for, rehab is for anyone who is seeking professional help with their addiction. Often we have an image in our minds of what addiction looks like, but the majority of the time, the stereotype couldn’t be further from the truth. 

Many of our clients are high-functioning in their life, and whilst their addiction is causing them considerable stress and negative impacts, many people manage to mask the true extent of their troubles with work colleagues or friends. Usually, family members are more aware of the real problem. 

As such, we welcome enquiries about treatment from relatives and close friends, who are researching rehab options for a loved one, as well as enquiries from people with an alcohol or drug problem themselves.

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Rehab Newbury

We offer a rehab programme in Winchester, which is easily accessed from Newbury via public transport and road links. Along with our rehab in Hampshire, we also have face-to-face rehabs in London. We also offer an online rehab programme, which has proved both popular and successful particularly amongst working people, including for clients who do not wish to travel for their treatment, or have a busy schedule. 

Alcohol rehab Newbury

Supporting clients through their treatment and recovery process is why we exist. Some of our clients identify with the term alcohol addiction, and others do not see themselves as addicted, though they do know it is causing problems. Either way, we are here to help, and we see clients from all different backgrounds and at different stages in their journey. Some of our clients have hit what they describe as their rock bottom, and we help them to rebuild. Other clients have found their drinking has gotten out of hand, and is no longer enjoyable most of the time. They might suspect that alcohol has become a dependence, and they seek out our help to assess and treat them, before things get worse. 

Drug rehab Newbury

We also support our clients through drug addiction treatment and into sustainable recovery, in a very similar way to the alcohol addiction programme. We know that drug addiction is different to everyone who experiences it, though there are many underlying processes that are very similar. We always tailor our approach and therapeutic support to each client, working with the right set of therapies and resources to give each client the best chance of success.

We also offer family counselling sessions and group therapy sessions for spouses, to help rebuild those family ties and bridges beyond addiction and into recovery. Please ask us for more information about this, as the positive involvement of family and close friends improves recovery outcomes.

Help Me Stop

We have a programme that is based on abstinence, and we help our clients find their way to live a sober and drug-free life. 

Our addiction 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. 

If you would like to get in touch for a confidential chat, you can call us on +44 (0) 208 191 9191, or email us on and together we can help you stop. Get in touch with us today to book a free, no-obligation assessment for treatment with Help Me Stop.

Professor Dame Carol Black speaking at the launch of Help Me Stop Winchester

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Our Locations – Find out more about our three locations and how online rehab works.

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Dayhab Cost  – Dayhab has a significantly lower investment than traditional rehab, discover our pricing here.