A controversial American charity is now offering the service to addicts in the UK and has set up a helpline for those interested.
Project Prevention claims to have stopped 3,500 drink and drugs addicts from having more children by paying them to be sterilised.
It has now received £13,000 from an anonymous British donor to help launch a similar service in the UK.
But the campaigner behind the scheme, Barbara Harris, from North Carolina, shrugged off concerns that the money will just be spent on buying more drugs.
And anyone in Britain taking up the offer will still be expected to have the treatment done on the NHS at the taxpayer's expense.
Barbara Harris said she has visited drugs agencies in London to discuss the scheme and added: “I’ve got hundreds of emails from people in the UK saying: 'You need to come here, please come over here, we need your help.
"We’re going to make this offer to drug addicts, social workers, law enforcement. Anyone who comes in contact with these women can refer addicts to us now we have an 0800 number here in the UK."
She said drug users would have to go to their own GP or hospital to arrange the sterilisation and produce a certificate to prove it had been carried out.
She came up with the idea after seeing her own adopted children having to withdraw off crack cocaine after their birth.
Anthony Ozimic, of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC), said: "It is inhuman to seek to eliminate human problems by eliminating humans themselves. Such campaigns should have no place in Britain."
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