In hard economic times, people drink more alcohol. TIME magazine has reported on a recent University of Miami survey which claims that each 1% increase in unemployment corresponds to a 17% rise in alcoholism. The current crisis is likely to follow a similar pattern, with loss of employment and self-isolation causing a spike in drinking.
London Dayhab Help Me Stop has now launched an online treatment service for drug and alcohol addiction, the first of its kind in the UK.
It will deliver intensive treatment for existing clients unable to leave their homes during the COVID-19 crisis and new clients who wish to take advantage of this option, now and in the future.
The on-line treatment service will provide a complementary programme to the existing Dayhab model and will open up the Help Me Stop recovery solution to people with alcohol and drug problems throughout the UK, not just London. For further information visit www.helpmestop.org.uk
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