The KEYS Community Detox says its local teams in places like Brighton, Cheltenham and Newcastle have already seen lives transformed since first launching in September 2014.
A launch event for the charity, which incorporates spiritual, community and medical care, is being held at the House of Lords on Monday evening by Baroness Stedman-Scott.
Welcomes men and women, The KEYS Community Detox helps arrange medication for clients by liaising directly with GPs and other prescribing services.
The organisation says figures show one in four adults are drinking a dangerous amount of alcohol, and addictions are causing 340,000 people to be on benefits and not working.
The statistics also reveal Britain has the biggest drug problem in Europe.
The KEYS Community Detox has also unveiled plans to launch a Christian recovery support programme online, allowing people less able to reach support, access to help via meetings on Skype and consultations.
Interested members of parliament, House of Lord peers, Church leaders, financial supporters and dignitaries, including police superintendents and mayors, from towns where The KEYS Project already operates are expected to attend the launch event on Monday evening.
You can listen to Steve Smith from The KEYS Project speaking with Premier's Alex Williams by clicking here.