Charlie Sheen has put together a team of professionals to help him overcome his troubles at home rather than entering rehab.
The actor was recently hospitalised following a 36-hour alcohol and drug binge at his Los Angeles home and although it had been reported he checked himself in to a treatment facility over the weekend, his manager revealed Charlie, 45, has instead put together his own group of people to assist him as he tries to recover.
Mark Burg, who is also a producer on Charlie's show 'Two and a Half Men', said: "Charlie has put together a team that he trusts to help get him sober once and for all.
"The show will work around Charlie's sobriety schedule. Everybody hopes his recovery is quick and new episodes are back on the air as soon as possible."
While Charlie's team back his decision to stay at home, the actor's ex-wife Denise Richards - with whom he has two daughters, Lola, six, and Sam, five - is among those trying to convince him to seek treatment at a rehabilitation centre but he has refused.
A source told RadarOnline: "Denise went over to Charlie's house on Sunday (30.01.11) to try and talk him into entering a treatment facility, but Charlie refused.
"Charlie doesn't think he needs help, he is still up until all hours of the night and is refusing to get it at an outside facility, all while those close to him - including his dad Martin, family, friends and his employers CBS - work to convince him he needs to enter a facility".
Charlie has three other children, 26-year-old Cassandra Jade Estevez with former girlfriend Paula Profit and 22-month old twin boys Bob and Max with estranged spouse Brooke Mueller.