We have been constant in our practice to maintain our standards of care since the start of COVID-19 while ensuring the protection of our clients and staff. The procedures we put in place at the beginning of lockdown have prepared us for any policy changes caused by COVID-19, including the government implementing tighter lockdown rules in London, which was announced on 15th October.
Our Dayhab centre, which is based in Acton, West London, will remain open as usual and of course we have our online service for those that can’t make it into West London.
Help Me Stop is a breakthrough in non-residential drug and alcohol treatment.
Our affordable, flexible, intensive treatment programmes are delivered online and onsite from our West London Centre.
Our services are available in the morning, during the day, evenings and at weekends making them ideal for individuals to fit treatment around work, home, and other commitments.
*Equivalent to £25 per hour
** Optional. Additional cost £35 pp per week
Both our Online and Onsite programmes are made up of a mixture of group work and one to ones with specialist therapists. We also provide support to families and loved ones via our family programme, which although is not compulsory, studies have shown that involving family members and loved ones improves family dynamics, improves communication and increases the chances of long term recovery.
With Local Authority funding for residential treatment difficult to get, and with private residential treatment out of reach for most people; intensive alcohol and drug treatment can seem inaccessible. But now there is a solution that is affordable as well as effective. Whether it is our online or onsite service our facilities are high end and our programmes are intensive and effective. Our treatment centres are welcoming, comfortable and all have well equipped therapy rooms and break out areas – giving them all a real home from home feel. Our Online service is secure, confidential, and highly effective meeting the needs of those individuals that can’t get to one of our centres.