Seeking treatment, rehabilitation and support for challenges with Drugs and Alcohol can be a difficult process; many people either cannot find the money to pay for costly private rehabilitation centres, don't have private health insurance or can't wait for a bed in the public sector. Our aim is to provide people with access to treatment and support whenever they need it.
The ASV Rehab at Home Program provides affordable, evidenced based addiction treatment and rehabilitation options, delivered in the privacy of the individuals home, where they feel safe and supported. Research backed support for family members and loved ones impacted by addiction is also offered.
The ASV Rehab at Home Drug and Alcohol rehab treatment approach is based on the Living in Balance program developed by Danya International and distributed by Hazelden (USA). It has been soundly evaluated, is endorsed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and is listed in the US registry of evidence-based programs and practices (NREPP).
All ASV programs are delivered by experienced and qualified professionals and are supported by an Addiction Medicine Physician and Psychologist.
Our experienced team are dedicated to providing clinical care, education, recovery support and support for families in the field of addiction prevention, treatment and recovery so that you are assured of receiving effective Drug and Alcohol rehab treatment, support and follow up.
We offer personalised and affordable recovery support packages delivered in the privacy and safety of people’s own homes. These packages provide people seeking support to substance misuse or addiction access to experienced staff and evidenced based approaches and provide all participants authentic opportunity at positive change.
Jason Bowman, Manager of ASV has been working and managing services in the alcohol and other drug sector for 14 years in public and private settings.
‘ I wanted to offer people and their families an affordable program I believed in. The Living in Balance program, delivered by people with a substantial understanding of addiction and family dynamics and offering links to local community resources, really works. I have the privilege of seeing people recover every day of the week.’