There is a high prevalence of addictions among the LGB community. A significant number of LGB people we have worked with have expressed the problems of institutionalised sexism and homophobia that they have experienced. Others have felt that their sexuality has played only a small role during their recovery and that no discrimination was perceived.

Addictions UK can help – Contact us now to find out how.

We understand that our society is made up of many and differing cultures and that generalist approaches will not be pertinent to all parts of the community. We are a diverse group of people and understand the sensitivities of sexuality. The need for the individual to address such issues can be critical to the success of his or her own road to recovery. Our programme embraces all issues of gender and sexuality within the programme of professional recovery work.

If this is a question of concern then we will be able to discuss this important issue face to face with you before commencement of the programme.

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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The everyday difficulties of being a lone parent are well known to all – especially the Mum or Dad concerned! The concept of the ideal nuclear family is not a required model in society – thank heavens!

But if the lone parent is experiencing problems of addictions then the tensions within that household are bound to increase. It is daunting to think that your children may be taken away because you are judged as being incapable of looking after them. Similarly, attending a residential establishment can be impossible for some lone parents. We are familiar with this scary prospect. We can talk this issue through with you and help you decide what is best for you. Contact us now to find out how it works. In some cases – not all – the opportunity of keeping the family together is positive and our recovery programme can be delivered directly into the home.

The lone parent would need to be satisfied that the Addictions UK recovery programme was a priority and that the necessary amount of work and telephone contact could be achieved.

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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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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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The innovative delivery method for our treatment/recovery programmes allow us to work with you… anywhere! It does not matter if you have international commitments that require you to be away from home or if you do not live in the United Kingdom. Technology is so advanced now that we can communicate with you effectively and economically.

Our programme does not require face-to-face meetings.

Our services are ideally suited – amongst others – to:

  • People working in the armed forces.
  • Off-shore workers and professionals with extensive travel responsibilities.
  • Ex-pats.
  • International Citizens requiring total anonymity.

Our international commitment is strong. If you are outside the United Kingdom and want to learn more about helping to provide services where you are please contact us.

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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Within many communities there are cultural and social barriers to accessing existing services. Being seen to have an addiction ‘problem’ could mean loss of status within the family or community and the perceived shame of people finding out may rule out attendance at traditional treatment centres or fellowships.

Addictions UK can help. Please please contact us to find out how. We understand that our society is made up of many and differing cultures and that generalist approaches will not be pertinent to all parts of the community. We are a diverse group of people and understand the sensitivities of differing cultures.

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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Professionals engaged in occupations such as medicine, law, accountancy or running their own business often find it hard to access treatment programmes for addiction problems. Concerns about keeping their job (e.g. as a doctor or High Court Judge) and their standing in the community are a very real concern. The power of the media and photographers stalking people outside well known clinics, both in the UK and abroad, makes the prospect of accessing services more difficult. For a Chief Executive to share his or her personal problems in an open and local meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous is very rarely going to happen.

If you are committed to recovery and can make this treatment programme a priority, then please contact us now.

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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Those who have had experience of living in a rural location will immediately identify with the difficulties of accessing confidential services delivered from within that rural locality. The ability to keep secrets is far harder in a small hamlet than in a major urban conurbation.

The day-to-day problems of accessing quality services such as transport, health and social services, education, banks, supermarkets etc are far harder in rural communities than urban equivalents. As such, living costs tend to be higher and choices are limited. Rural poverty can prevent the accessing of many services.

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.

If you are committed to your own recovery and can make this treatment programme a priority then you may wish tocontact us.

The success record of this programme is dependent on your desire for recovery.

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Some people wish to avoid meetings and residential detox and rehab, whatever the assurances of confidentiality. Our home-based detox and home-based addictions recovery programmes offer them security and privacy.

If you are committed to your own recovery and can make this treatment programme a priority then you may wish to contact us now.

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.

Other people we can help »