The UK’s number 1 alternative to residential addiction treatment
If you have arranged a call with one of our addiction specialists we will be calling you soon to talk more about how we proceed. If you are unable to make your first call or if you could not make your assessment, that’s ok, you can rebook using our appointment system below. If you don’t want to wait then please call us today or use the live chat function at the bottom of the screen.
If you’re looking for an effective, non-residential drug and alcohol treatment programme then Help Me Stop can provide the perfect solution that allows you to fit treatment around your daily life. Please feel free to download some of our leaflets to find out more about our breakthrough face to face and online treatment programmes.
Our breakthrough new alternative to rehab is designed to fit around your daily life. Watch our video to see our treatment centre, hear from some of our clients and our expert staff.
To speak to one of our addiction specialists now please use the live chat button below or call us at any time.
To arrange a call with one of our addiction specialists, either call us now using the button below or book a time using our calendar function.
Help Me Stop is a ground-breaking non-residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment service. Our clients get affordable intensive treatment programmes that fits around their daily lives.
We also offer a 6 week drug and alcohol treatment programme that can be done online that can be accessed from anywhere in the UK, as well as Central, Western Europe and Qatar, United Arab Emirates and other countries within 2hours of GMT. All of our treatment options offer a mixture of group work and one to one sessions with expert therapists.
We also provide support for families and significant others who often don’t know what to do for the best or deal with what they have been through. If you have a problem with alcohol or drugs, or know someone who does, please get in touch for free, confidential advice.
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