Help Me Stop Dayhab has broken through the price barrier with an affordable, effective treatment programme that's proven to be as, or even more effective than residential rehab.
At a cost of just £2,500 for 5-week treatment programme, recovery is now within the reach of everyone who needs it.
Treatment for alcohol and drug problems can be extremely expensive. Private programmes – especially residential ones – can cost on average £25,000, putting it out of reach for most people. Help Me Stop Dayhab is rehab in the real world - an effective programme that's realistically priced, accessible and intensive.
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Virtually all residential programmes insist that people join for 28 days or more which makes it difficult for those who still need to work, study or look after children. With our Dayhab programme, clients can continue to work, study or care for family while in treatment. And because we're open early mornings, late nights and weekends, recovery fits into daily life.
It’s possible to get local authority funded access to residential treatment but it’s a long and difficult process. Funded places are limited and oversubscribed, so waiting lists are long. While waiting for a place, many will find that their condition deteriorates or their motivation disappears. In extreme cases, they may even die.
According to the 2005-2008 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health, there are five common reasons why people who felt they needed treatment for addiction made no effort to obtain it:
Help Me Stop puts an end to some of these barriers, making treatment affordable, flexible and effective. We call it 'rehab in the real world'. Our 160-hour Dayhab programme costs less than the average two-week holiday for two in Spain, yet the rewards of recovery last a lot longer than a sun tan.
Tried and tested in the US, where Dayhab is now the preferred route for most people, success rates are as high, or higher than those of residential rehab.
Our 160-hour treatment programme can be taken over a period of between 5-10 weeks:
If you have a problem with alcohol or drugs, or know someone who does, please get in touch for free, confidential advice.