In-patient Addiction Clinics in Grimsby
Last Updated: September 29th 2014
Alcohol rehab clinics and counselling in Grimsby and surrounding Lincolnshire area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.
Our organisation is a UK-based nonprofit health-care supplier offering Grimbarians free 24hr access in Grimsby to professional and equipped alcohol treatment advisors. South of Hull, West of North Sea, North of Louth and East of Scunthorpe, the English town of Grimsby ( with 88,243 residents and 0.17% of the population of England ) has Grimbarians that struggle with the same challenges as any other Lincolnshire town resident - and that includes ongoing fights with addiction to alcohol.
If you live in the town of Grimsby and have a problem with addiction to alcohol, be assured that you're not alone, and we at Addiction Helpline are here to help. Just as in every other town in Lincolnshire it is not unusual for a drink problem to take hold at a very young age or at a later stage in life.
With 72,047 Grimbarians of legal drinking age out of it's recorded population of 88,243, National statistics may suggest that for Grimsby:
- 4,866 Grimsby males are frequent drinkers
- 3,249 female Grimbarians are frequent drinkers
- 7,795 Grimsby males and females are very frequent drinkers
- 14,521 Grimbarians in the town of 65 and over
- 1,638 males in Grimsby aged 65 and over are expected to drink habitually
- 1,036 female Grimbarians of the same age also drinking regularly .
- 2,614 Grimbarians aged sixty five and over drunk alcohol on 5 or more days in the last 7 days ; a greater number than any other group
- 436 Grimbarians of pensionable age that could be heavy drinkers
- 1,682 school children in Grimsby may have drunk alcohol in the past week
- 490 11-15 year old Grimbarians in the town drink regularily every week
- 28 11 year olds in Grimsby think it is ok to be drunk weekly.
- 494 15 year old Grimbarians think it is normal practice to be drunk once in a week
- 1,120 16-24 men-folk in Grimsby could be consuming over twice the medical alcohol consumption limits.
- 952 16-24 year olds could also be exceeding safe drinking limits
- 2,803 sixteen to twenty four year old Grimbarians have drunk very heavily on at least one occasion during the previous 7 days.
- Health and Social Care Information Centre - Statistics on Alcohol: England, 2013
- Office for National Statistics - Drinking Habits Amongst Adults, 2012
- Drink Aware
- Office for National Statistics - Marriages in England and Wales (Provisional)
- Relate - Separation and Divorce Statistics
Alcohol Rehab in Grimsby
If you are located in Grimsby in Lincolnshire and are seeking to enter alcohol rehabilition, why not phone AH this instant for instant advice. Email Addiction Helpline in private using the form on this page. Our Grimsby advice line is open to anyone, including members of family, friends, managers and associates who find themselves worried with the way in which in which alcohol addiction is affecting someone they care about. Calls to our Grimsby services are confidential. We will not ever share information about you with a third party. Our Grimsby addiction help team are professional and equipped to deal with any type of alcohol related problem.
Addiction Helpline alcohol rehab services include:
- Alcohol Rehab: swift access to a rehabilitation clinic in or near Grimsby ( in under 24hrs )
- Lincolnshire Home Detox: At-home outpatient drug based treatment plans
- Lincolnshire Residential Detox: Residential in-patient detoxification programs in Grimsby
- Private Counselling: At home advisory services in Grimsby
- Lincolnshire Addictions Guidance: Advice on Grimsby based addiction services
- Addiction Help Line can help Grimbarians in cutting through Lincolnshire local health board red tape and plan for you speedy experienced assistance and support.
Make today the day you help yourself or someone you are worried about. You are only a five minute phonecall away from success.
Contact us on 08 08163 9632 to talk to one of our advisors, today.
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