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Whatever the problem, there is hope. We have helped many people to win their battle against alcohol addiction and drug addiction. Calls to our local rate helpline are completely confidential.

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We offer free, confidential advice on alcohol addiction problems for you or your loved ones.

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Our LOCAL RATE helpline is completely confidential
we can help with addiction treatment nationwide
or we offer our own residential rehabilitation service

Seeking treatment is a huge step for anybody with addiction

Although it is understandable why an individual may have some or a lot of fear surrounding the issue. They will soon discover that it is the best decision they could make helping them to lead a happy and sober life.

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Residential rehab treatment at The Haynes Clinic

The Haynes Clinic is an exclusive rehabilitation centre for the treatment of alcohol addiction and drug dependency located in a tranquil, rural setting. We aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible while getting you well

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The Haynes Clinic has saved my life if I’m honest. I arrived 6 weeks ago broken & clueless. I’m going to leave on Monday with a tool box for life.

September 30, 2013

What is it like in an alcohol or drug rehab clinic?

I had my own ideas about coming into treatment. Would it be a boot camp or would it be people in white coats giving me a clinical point of view on my illness of alcohol addiction? I was desperate to get some help as I did not want to continue […]
September 16, 2013

What is Sponsorship in AA

Alcoholics Anonymous suggests that we find ourselves a sponsor. What is a sponsor? Such a difficult question to answer as it probably means something different to each one of us. Theoretically a sponsor is a person with whom we can share our fears and worries, who will guide us through […]
July 26, 2013

Alcoholics Anonymous and the principle of being of service

In Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), ‘service’ alongside ‘unity’ and ‘recovery’ is a key principle of the program. It may appear that service has a blatant interpretation to it but it has the potential to cause some confusion when it is used as a manipulative way to attempt to control others. What […]