Alcohol help is about acknowledging that anyone can recover and achieve sobriety with the right help. The type of help needed depends on he individual circumstances: A residential rehabilitation clinic will offer the most intensive alcohol treatment programme; counselling and fellowship meetings can offer continuing outpatient alcohol support.

Who needs Alcohol Help?

There are many people out there that need alcohol help and to enter addiction treatment. Sadly, there are also a lot of people that do not want it. Alcohol help is waiting for both sets of people. Alcohol Helper recognises that motivation is a huge obstacle in addiction and so will always help those around the person in order to achieve a positive outcome.

We also provide alcohol help for those who recognise they have a problem and want to get addiction treatment. This can be at a residential alcohol addiction clinic, with a counsellor with addictions experience, or at support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous.

Alcohol help is also available for those individuals who have not yet seen their life spiral out of control, but have noticed they are drinking more than they are comfortable with. If you notice that your drinking is getting out of hand, then alcohol help can be tailored to you.

How do I go about getting Alcohol Help?

Firstly, it is important to consider which sort of alcohol help you want, whether that is a residential rehab centre, outpatient services or self-help groups – alcohol helper can work with you on this decision. The next factor is whether there are any funds available for the immediate private treatment, or whether you are able to wait the length of time it takes the NHS to provide treatment; there is no right or wrong answer, it is all about making sure you get the help you need when you need it. Once these two decisions have been made, then call Alcohol Helper on 0800 448 8688 and we will help you along every step of the way.

Alcohol help is available, seek help before it’s too late.