The death of Amy Winehouse has highlighted the desperate need for more rehabilitation centres across the UK.
Mr Winehouse aims to set up a rehab centre specifically for young people in memory of his daughter who died last month after years of struggling with her addictions.
He has spoken with MPs this week about the need for affordable rehab facilities. There are too few NHS run clinics and many of the private clinics around the country are closing due to lack of funds.
Around half of all rehabilitations beds for people with drug and alcohol abuse are lying empty because NHS trusts, drug agencies, the police and social services are more and more reluctant to refer people due to cost restrictions.