Every month 6,000 people come to us looking for an alternative to AA.
Even though Daybreak is an online program, there is certainly no lack of community support, as you can anonymously join a platform with hundreds of others in the same boat.
Our vision is a world where drinking is an individual choice, not a cultural expectation. We can see a world where confidence and identity aren’t measured in standard servings. A world of better choices, fewer hangovers and unforgettable Sunday mornings.
It is daunting to start a journey toward change, but Daybreak, you’ll have the opportunity to set goals for yourself and work toward them with help and ongoing support from the community and our health coaches.
Supportive online community
Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Members typically get a response from the community within 5 minutes, and 45% of posts receive 5 or more comments within the hour. Members that post in the community have 30% more success in reaching their goals.
The Experiments section of program inspires people try different activities and practices designed by clinical psychologists. Over 50 experiments are available with evidence-based strategies to help you take steps toward changing your relationship with alcohol. Each experiment is tailor-made for Daybreak and uses proven methods of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
You will have access to expert health coaches who will give professional advice and guidance to help you achieve your goals. With our team of qualified coaches, we help people one-on-one through private, secure, instant messaging. Because it is online, our health coaches typically respond within 24 hours.
We get many people every day, writing in to ask us what they should do next, as they have figured out that their current relationships with alcohol is not a healthy or sustainable one.
If you are not happy with your relationship and not sure what the next steps are, we offer a two free trial to see if the program is for you.
Are you ready to join the Daybreak community?
“I suffered from feelings of guilt and loneliness as a result of my alcoholism. Drinking was causing a serious problem when my children came home to find me unconscious. I joined Alcoholics Anonymous to learn how to control my drinking and restore balance to my life. Whilst the program was enlightening, it wasn’t as effective as I had hoped for.
I found Hello Sunday Morning through the recommendation of a friend. The online program has allowed me to connect to a group of women who were experiencing similar problems, and the support from this community has been elemental for my recovery.”
“I was stuck in a vicious cycle of binge drinking, blacking out, and losing my memory. One of my biggest fears was that I would fail, but it’s not a test. It’s just about getting you to think about drinking. Meeting other members and getting support has been invaluable.
I joined Crossfit when I started and I’ve been at it for 11 months. After a few months I realised I wasn’t really abstaining from alcohol, I was just liberated from it. I realised alcohol gave me a false sense of confidence so in removing alcohol it allows your real confidence to grow. I’m the same person, just more active and healthy.”