We’re here in central London. Our door is open to adults who need help with addiction to alcohol or drugs. To celebrate, we held a launch event and here’s what people said.
Tag: alcohol addiction
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.
We’re cheering on everyone who has signed up to Go Sober for October. But what if you’re one of over 600,000 adults in England who are dependent on alcohol?
Gideon completed Help Me Stop’s Digital Dayhab programme for ketamine, cocaine and alcohol addiction. In this blog, Gideon speaks about his experience of addiction treatment.
Jessica tried everything to stop drinking alcohol but her addiction kept getting worse. Since completing Digital Dayhab with Help Me Stop, Jessica speaks about her experience of treatment and recovery.
Following research commissioned by Help Me Stop, ITV news came to our central London Dayhab to report on ‘functioning alcoholism’. This is a phase of alcohol addiction where work, family life and other commitments may still be maintained, despite significant emotional, mental and physical strain.
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.
Drug and alcohol family therapist, Victoria Seed, gives her top tips for family members, partners and friends, who are living with a loved one’s alcohol or drug use.