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Dayhab London

If you are struggling with addiction, or know someone that is, Dayhab could be the answer.

Dayhab is a non-residential rehab for problematic alcohol and drug use. It allows you to get intensive treatment that can fit around your work and daily life while still returning home each night. It gives you practical steps to get you back on track, and an ongoing program of recovery so that you can take action and work on throughout the programme. 

Help Me Stop offers the most affordable intensive Dayhab treatment in the UK. Our 6-week intensive face to face drug and alcohol rehab programme starts at £3,000 and is available at our two London dayhab centres. It is a fraction of the cost of residential treatment and is highly effective.

Our programmes are based on integrative psychotherapy, taking elements of CBT, Group Therapy and the 12-step approach and more. Many of our addiction specialist therapists are in long term recovery. As they all have their own experience and are also substance misuse professionals they can relate to clients on a personal and professional level.

The face to face programme is delivered in 2 phases:

  • Phase 1 = 4 weeks Monday to Friday, 5 day attendance
  • Phase 2 = 2 weeks Monday to Friday, 3 day attendance (you decide which days)

We offer 2 treatment programme streams to undertake your treatment:

  • Stream A: 9am to 2pm
  • Stream B: 12pm to 5pm

Onsite Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Prices start from

£3,000/per 6 weeks face to face

Equivalent to £28.85 per hour

130 hours of intensive group & 1:1 face to face therapy
Confidential, secure, intensive & effective
Morning, afternoon and evening programmes
Interactive lectures, mindfulness and behaviour change
Individualised treatment plans and assignments
Relaxed & comfortable environment
Delivered by qualified experienced addiction psychotherapists - all of whom are in their own recovery
Family programme (optional)
Drug and alcohol testing
3 months of free aftercare
Help Me Stop Dayhab centre

Our Programme

Our programme is made up of a mixture of group work and one-to-one counseling with a focal and experienced addictions therapist, who will be with you during your entire time in treatment with us. As part of your treatment we include a family conference to get to know a bit more about the family dynamics.

We also have an add-on family programme which may include up to two relatives or friends. It is there to help loved ones with their issues and give them practical tools on how to interact with their friend or relative while they are in treatment and after. Involving family members and friends improves family dynamics and increases the chances of long-term recovery. We also offer the opportunity to take part in therapy sessions with your significant other to improve communication and build trust between the two people.

Help Me Stop’s rehabilitation programmes will help you understand and tackle the signs of addiction as well as the root cause. We know that everyone is different and the road that has led you to addiction will be different to the next person, so we take the steps to help you rebuild your life in a way that works for you. We are specialists in addiction help and we are here to help you. 

Our London Dayhab programme is the first in the UK to offer a new model of flexible, non-residential rehab treatment for alcohol and drug problems. We offer the same level of intensive treatment as a residential rehab without being away from work and your family. Our programme also avoids the high cost and full-time schedule. That means you can get the help you need at our London rehab without sacrificing work or family commitments. 

Everyone who attends our London Dayhab will get 1:1 help from a primary psychotherapist who has extensive experience dealing with addiction and often has had their own personal experience of drug or alcohol problems in the past. Group-based therapy is proven to help those struggling with addiction. Group sessions will also help clients learn from other people who are facing the same challenges. 

We also offer a Digital Dayhab programme which gives you another option to access Dayhab even if one of our London sites is not accessible or convenient for you. In terms of access for those in London our Acton location is one stop from Hammersmith or a mere 20 minute tube journey from Piccadilly Circus.

Based on a successful model of treatment known as intensive outpatient rehabilitation, our London Dayhab bridges the gap between the ever-diminishing Local Authority services and expensive, restrictive residential rehab.

Our programme is designed to give you access to intensive drug and alcohol rehabilitation with minimal disruption to work, study and family commitments, so recovery runs alongside daily life. This helps with the initial shock of returning from being isolated in residential treatment. It is also a great secondary treatment option for those who have just finished a stint in residential rehabilitation in another facility.

6 Week Programme

Online Treatment

We believe treatment for individuals with problematic drug and alcohol use should be affordable and available to you wherever you are, even if you are not in the UK. As such, we offer an online drug and alcohol treatment programme, online Dayhab, an 6 week intensive online drug and alcohol treatment programme that is available during the morning or in the evening. Our online Dayhab service provides the same expertise of drug and alcohol addiction treatment as our current Dayhab programme, but delivered from the comfort of your home or office.

It provides a 6-week online evening programme (Mon – Fri) starting at 18.15 and finishing at 20.30 that includes groups and 1:1 intensive psychotherapy and regular drug and alcohol testing if desired.

An online daytime programme is also available over 6 weeks (Mon – Fri) running between 09.15am and 11.30am.

To find out more about non-residential Dayhab in London and online, get in touch for a confidential discussion about how we can help you, or someone you know, recover from addiction.