Addiction Helper Offers Alcohol Rehab On The International Space Station

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Addiction Helper, an international provider of drug and alcohol treatment services, today announced the introduction of the world’s very first space rehabilitation service on the International Space Station. The service which costs anything upwards of $15,000,000 dollars has already attracted interest from across the world with one confirmed booking already made.

Addiction Helper, an international provider of drug and alcohol treatment services, today announced the introduction of the world’s very first space rehabilitation service on the International Space Station. The service which costs anything upwards of $15,000,000 dollars has already attracted interest from across the world with one confirmed booking already made.

Operational Manager Edwin Lightyear said, “We have been providing drug and alcohol treatment to V.I.P and celebrity clients for the last few years with the focus being on providing the best possible service and 100% confidentiality. With the rise in social media and almost everyone having access to a camera phone we have had to find better, more secure ways to keep our client’s situation private. The introduction of Space Rehab adds another level of protection and comes with the added benefit of national security assistance from one of the world’s most powerful governments”.

Addiction Helper has spent over 4 years putting together the Space Rehab program which has involved working with a number of medical and space agencies around the world. Galactic Services Manager Kim Donald said “The idea of using space as a rehabilitation facility may sound alien to some but the fact is you will not find a better location to treat addiction problems.. We have had to work with some of the worlds leading experts in addiction and spent thousands of hours dealing with governmental red tape to get the program ready for a public launch”.

The journey to the space station involves a three day stay at a secret Russian treatment facility close to the launch pad which is home to the Soyuz acts spacecraft used to transport the crew to the International Space Station.

Nial Asa, rehab manager of Addiction Helper Said “Once again Addiction Helper have broken the boundaries and launched the world’s first space rehab program. I’m excited to be working with such great team who have worked so hard to fix the alcohol and drug addiction problems the world is facing. We hope this innovative approach to rehabilitation will give our clients the opportunity to see the world from a different perspective.

Addiction Helper is confident that over the next few years the cost of the Space Rehab program will be more affordable thanks to the amount of private research and investment in space transportation like Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic and Paypal founder Elon Musk’s Space X program.

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