Addictions Recovery at Home and Help for Carers

Addictions UK is a leading provider of addictions treatment at home. We can also support clients with residential treatment when required. Whatever your addiction, we can develop a programme to help you, your family and your carers.
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We use a combination of the following:

  • The 12 Steps Programme
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Peer Support
  • Person-centred Counselling
  • Coping Strategies
  • Coaching as well as Teaching

Because of the unique delivery of our programme we are able to support people wherever they are. Our programme is exceptional in that we can reach people with problems even when they cannot access help in the usual ways.

The Path to Recovery

When behaviour such as drug use or drinking take over your daily life and you feel powerless to stop the chaos, then it is very likely that you are suffering an active addiction.
Do you believe you have an addiction?
Are you really committed to recovery?
If the answer is YES, contact us now »
The easy 4-question “CAGE” test may help you decide if you need help with alcohol addiction.
Our Treatment Services can help you through detox, rehabilitation and recovery.
Addictions treatment at home, including, where necessary, home-based detox, offers security and privacy while you continue normal life at work and at home during recovery.
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Other Addictions
Addiction is not just about alcohol or drugs. If your life has been taken over by gambling, pornography, an eating disorder or anything else, we understand and can help.
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We Care for the Carers

The family and friends of an alcoholic or addict suffer too. The may have tried almost everything to stop their loved one from the unmanageability that can cause chaos at home, at work and elsewhere.
Addictions UK can help carers deal with the challenges they face.
We also help those close to an addict to avoid anything that hinders recovery.
For confidentiality, the support of the carers is carried out by different members of staff to those working with addicts. We employ people with personal experience as carers to operate our dedicated Carers Helpline.
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