Addiction Treatment for the Isolated or Housebound

Many people find themselves socially isolated due to various factors within their lives. Circumstances may include advancing age, disability, lack of mobility, family moving away, bereavement, moving home or loss of employment. Any one of these factors can make us socially isolated and the effects on our lives economically and socially can be devastating.
We recognise that people who are not mobile and feel isolated for whatever reason may find it hard to access help with addictions when required. Being able to get out of the house, meeting new people, attending meetings and even shopping can all be very difficult.
We have worked with people who, because of disability, had become effectively housebound. Contact us now to find out more.
Our recovery scheme is accessible on a 24 hour basis. The use of the telephone as a delivery method permits the programme to be accessed at a time to suit all clients.

  • Addictions UK staff can deliver a personalised one-to-one ‘recovery programme’ into the home of a person who has problems with alcoholism or addictions.
  • The telephone is used to bridge the gap and for us to be able to communicate with you. Thus there will be no person visiting your home, nor will you have to travel to a treatment centre.
  • This programme is ideal for those individuals who live within close-knit communities who require utmost discretion.
  • The personalised teaching of the recovery/treatment programme will be complemented by the ongoing coaching element of our delivery method.
  • The service is cheaper to access, is available on a 24 hour basis and is guaranteed to be personalised and confidential.

It is the ability of Addictions UK staff members to form close professional relationships with their clients that makes all the difference. Our staff members are all recovering addicts and alcoholics with good long-term sobriety. They know the difficulties of addiction and have worked through the problems whereby they can abstain from addictive chemicals and behaviour on a day-by-day basis. This scheme works and can make a difference to you.
We can receive referrals from practitioners or direct from individual clients. Additionally, we can offer support to your family members and include them in the process of recovery.
Additionally, we can offer support to your family members and include them in the process of recovery. If you are committed to your own recovery and can make this treatment programme a priority then you may wish to contact us.
The success record of this programme is dependent on your desire for recovery.
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