How it Works

If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol dependency, our home detox service could be a good option for you. We provide a medically-assisted home detox programme that allows you to withdraw from alcohol safely.


How does a Home Detox Work?

Initial Assessment

You or a loved one will complete an initial assessment with one of our addiction counsellors, to understand your current situation with alcohol and assess your suitability for our home detox programme. The assessment is 100% confidential and should take no longer than 30-40 minutes.


Medical Assessment

Once the initial assessment is complete and we have assessed your suitability for a home alcohol detox, a medical assessment is provided. The medical assessment will be carried out by a healthcare professional, who will prescribe detox medication and arrange for it to be delivered to your home.

Assign a Support Buddy

A support buddy is a friend or family member who must remain at your home during the detox process. This is vital to your suitability for the programme. A support buddy is responsible for your medication, and will remain in close contact with our team during your alcohol detox.


Receive Detox Medication by Post

You will receive your alcohol detox medication by post. When you’re ready to start the detox programme, your support buddy will notify us and remain in close contact with our medical team. You may experience side effects or withdrawal symptoms during this time, but we’re here to support you every step of the way.


Telephone Support

If you do experience withdrawal symptoms or you need to talk to someone about any issues or concerns, our team will be on standby to support you through the entire process. We also provide additional services to assist you through recovery and to help you avoid relapse.


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Additional Services we Provide


Sober Coach

Returning to every day life can feel challenging in the early stages of recovery. A sober companion will help you transition, and provide ongoing support to help you avoid an alcohol relapse.


Home Based Therapy Programmes

Therapy is the cornerstone of addiction treatment. Upon completion of your home alcohol detox, we can provide addiction counselling and relapse prevention techniques provided by our team of specialists.

Frequently Asked Questions

You may have a lot of questions about our home alcohol detox service. If you cannot find an answer to your question below, please give us a call. Our team of addiction specialists are available to support you though the process.

Am I eligible for a home alcohol detox?

Your eligibility will depend on your circumstances. For example, our service is not suitable for pregnant women. You will need to have a family member or friend stay with you during your home alcohol detox. To find out more about eligibility please contact us today.

Will I experience withdrawal symptoms?

We provide alcohol detox medication as part of our home detox service. Alcohol detox medication will protect you from serious alcohol withdrawal symptoms such as Delirium Tremens, but you may still experience some withdrawal symptoms. During detox your body and mind will return to a normal state of functioning, so some withdrawal symptoms are to be expected.

Is a home alcohol detox safe?

The only way to safely detox from alcohol at home is through the use of detox medication and careful monitoring. Making the decision to stop drinking alcohol is a brave one, but alcohol withdrawal can result in serious health complications if mismanaged. Our service provides those layers of protection.

Do I need a support buddy?

A support buddy is necessary and they must remain at your residence during the alcohol detox process. We cannot enrol you onto our home detox programme without a support buddy, and you must assign a support buddy as part of your initial assessment.

What medication will I be prescribed?

chlordiazepoxide is a benzodiazepine used to treat alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Chlordiazepoxide will protect you from serious alcohol withdrawal syndrome, Delirium Tremens and seizures. Your support buddy will be responsible for administering your detox medication.

What happens in the event of a relapse?

We will support you in achieving sobriety but we understand the nature of addiction. In the event you or a loved one relapse during detox, please give us a call to discuss further. Taking detox medication whilst drinking alcohol can be dangerous, so our team will need to assess your situation and provide suitable safety measures.

Book Your Initial Assessment Today

Are you ready to start your new life without alcohol? Complete the form below and one of our counsellors will call you to discuss your suitability.


    Author / Jason Shiers / Dip.Psych MBACP

    Jason Shiers is a Certified Transformative Coach & Certified Psychotherapist who is a specialist in addiction, trauma and eating disorders. He has been working in the field of addiction for 25 years now.

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