Let us help you today

Confidential. Straightforward. Friendly.

Call now: 03301112015 Visit the contact us page

The Delamere blog
The rise in pornography addiction in the UK
Posted by Martin Preston
on 30 Mar 2024

At Delamere, we have seen a dramatic spike in the number of people that are searching for terms around pornography addiction.


Read More

Introducing the ‘Bloom’ programme
Posted by Martin Preston
on 04 Mar 2024

Delamere has launched a brand-new 12-week ‘intermediate’ care programme for its guests. Labelled ‘Bloom’, it is the fourth component of The Delamere Treatment Model – following Stop, Start, Grow.


Read More

Internet and Digital Addiction in the Media
Posted by Martin Preston
on 21 Feb 2024

Last week, BBC Breakfast invited Delamere to join presenters Nina Warhurst and Ben Thompson on the red sofa to raise awareness about internet addiction.


Read More

5 ways to spot a potential eating disorder in friends and family
Posted by Sally Hopkins
on 14 Feb 2024

Kat Steele is Recovery Team Coordinator at the Delamere addiction treatment clinic in Cheshire. Here, she gives her advice on things to look out for that could be the signs of an eating disorder.


Read More

Six tips to tackle ‘Quitter’s Day’ and stick to your New Year’s resolutions
Posted by Dr Catherine Carney
on 08 Jan 2024

The turn of the New Year is about renewal and hope. Millions of people across the UK marked this date by setting New Year’s resolutions, reflecting on these hopes, aspirations, and energy.


Read More

Does Dry January work?
Posted by Mandy Donnison
on 02 Jan 2024

Giving up alcohol can never be a bad thing, can it? You can save money, lose weight, and improve your overall health. For people who drink to excess it can also be an opportunity to reset their relationship with alcohol and return to a more fulfilling life.


Read More

Creating a relapse prevention plan
Posted by Martin Preston
on 22 Dec 2023

Relapse is a major concern for millions of people recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. For those who have tried to quit on their own, continually falling back into old habits may be the catalyst for seeking professional help. Even following treatment, studies show between 40 to 60% of people will suffer a relapse within the first year (1).


Read More

Men’s mental health and addiction
Posted by Mike Delaney
on 01 Dec 2023

Anyone can suffer with poor mental health, but statistics show nearly 1 in 10 men experience depression or anxiety. Worse still, less than half seek treatment for it. Men also suffer from substance use disorder at a higher rate than women.


Read More

Why is intervention for alcoholics so important?
Posted by Alex Molyneux
on 20 Nov 2023

We all have friends and family members who like the odd tipple, but when you recognise harmful patterns in someone’s drinking habits it may be time to intervene. It sounds very intrusive and official, but what do we mean by an intervention?


Read More

Building a support network: Friends and family in recovery
Posted by Youssef
on 08 Nov 2023

With any challenges in life, from coping with grief to having your first child, you don’t get very far without the support of family and friends. In addiction recovery, building a support network is even more crucial. It can mean the difference between maintaining long-term sobriety and falling victim to a relapse.


Read More