Like many people in this country who are described as ‘functioning alcoholics’, Dave had a successful career, a family and good friends. However, he reached what he describes as a ‘downward spiral’ in alcohol addiction, ‘virtually at rock bottom’. Watch and read Dave’s experience of alcohol treatment at Help Me Stop and the great strides he has made in his alcohol recovery.
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Busy working parent, Joanna, spoke to the Mail Online about her alcohol addiction and treatment at Help Me Stop. Joanna successfully completed Help Me Stop’s digital dayhab programme.
Like so many people with alcohol addiction, Mark tried to hide and control his drinking for years. After many attempts to drink within limits, Mark accepted he needed help with addiction to alcohol. Mark contacted Help Me Stop for confidential alcohol addiction treatment.
Living in a household where a parent misuses alcohol doesn’t mean a child will experience abuse but it can be a risk. However parental alcohol misuse can have negative effects on children at different stages in their lives including when they are adults themselves.
Stopping Drug and Problematic Alcohol Use and Staying Stopped – What Happens In Non-residential Rehab/Dayhab
Intensive Dayhab has been proved to be highly effective. Although new to the UK Intensive Dayhab has been running in the US for over 10 years and there are more than 11,000 Intensive Dayhab/Intensive Outpatient Programmes in operation. Data suggests that around 67% of people that complete Intensive Dayhab are still abstinent 9-12 months on completion.
If you are looking for intensive drug or alcohol treatment for yourself or someone you care about, it is well worth considering Dayhab as an alternative to residential rehab.
Although binge drinking is not defined as alcoholism or alcohol dependency, it can be just as risky and carries several issues and can lead to alcohol dependence.
Since the introduction of COVID-19 restrictions last March Help Me Stop have been continuously updating our risk assessment processes to ensure the safety of our clients and staff. Outside of the social distancing on site, the provision of face guards for clients and staff and increased infection control all of our frontline staff have been vaccinated and there are also opportunities for our face to face clients to have regular COVID testing.
According to the Royal Society of Psychiatrists 8.4 million people in the UK are now drinking alcohol at hazardous and harmful levels. Why should you cut down or stop?