Millions of people in the UK suffer from problems with alcohol and drugs. From drinking and drug taking at hazardous levels to full-blown alcoholism or addiction, it's an issue that affects people from all walks of life. Yet less than 3% of those seeking treatment get access to the help they need.
With Local Authority funding difficult to get, long waiting lists and high fees, rehab can seem out of reach to most people. But now there's a solution that's affordable as well as effective. And while we are low-cost compared to most rehabs, our facilities are high end. Our Acton treatment centre is wecoming and comfortable with well equipped treatment rooms and relaxing break-out areas. And unlike similar facilities, there's not a plastic chair in sight.
Help Me Stop is a breakthrough in alcohol and drug addiction treatment for adults with alcohol and drug problems in London. Our unique non-residential, intensive treatment programme fits around daily life. And without the overheads of a large residential centre, effective treatment comes at a fraction of the cost. Yet Dayhab is proven in the U.S to have as high, if not higher success rates than residential treatment.
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Guided by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence, the Royal College of Psychiatry, the British Association for Counselling and the Care Quality Commission, our approach to treatment can best be described as Combined Behavioural Intervention, which includes psychotherapy and the 12-Step approach pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
The flexible Help Me Stop programme in London is designed to fit around work, study or family commitments. We’re open early mornings, late evenings and weekends, so rather than having to take time off for treatment, recovery fits into real life.
* Cost based on our 5-week programme
* Based on average cost of residential rehab for 5 weeks
Our programme is made up of a mixture of group work and one-to-ones with a primary therapist. We also include a 20-hour family programme which includes up to two relatives or friends. It's not compulsory, but experience shows that involving family members and friends improves family dynamics and increases the chances of long-term recovery.