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Discrete Alcohol Addiction Centres in Basildon

Last Updated: November 24th 2014

Alcohol rehab clinics and counselling in Basildon and surrounding Essex area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

Our operation is a UK non-profit alcohol treatment service supplying to Basildon townspeople FREE 24 hr access in Basildon to experienced addiction treatment advisors. A 'new' town born out of World War II, the English town of Basildon ( with 107,123 residents and 0.20%% of the population of England ) has Basildon townspeople that face the same problems as any other Essex folk - and that includes problems with alcohol addiction.

If you reside in or near the town of Basildon and struggle with alcoholism, be assured that you're not alone, and that we are here to help.

With 87,461 Basildon townspeople of drinking age out of it's total populace of 107,123, National statistics would indicate that for Basildon:

  • 5,907 Basildon men are frequent drinkers
  • 3,945 female Basildon townspeople are habitual drinkers
  • 9,463 Basildon males and females are drinking alcohol to excess
  • With 17,628 Basildon townspeople in the town of sixty five and over, 1,989 men in Basildon aged 65 and over are most likely to drink habitually with 1,257 female Basildon townspeople of the same age also drinking alcohol very often .
  • 3,173 Basildon townspeople over sixty five consumed alcohol on at least five or more days in the previous seven days ; more than any other group
  • 529 Basildon townspeople of pensionable age that are abusing alcohol
  • 2,042 pupils in Basildon could have drunk alcohol in the past 7 days
  • 595 11-15 yr old Basildon townspeople in the town drink every week
  • 34 11 year olds in Basildon think it is acceptable to be drunk weekly.
  • 600 15 year old Basildon townspeople think it is acceptable to get drunk once in a week
  • 1,360 16-24 males in Basildon could be consuming over double the medical alcohol consumption limits.
  • 1,156 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be drinking too much
  • 3,403 sixteen to twenty four year old Basildon townspeople have perhaps drunk too much on at least one occasion during the previous 7 days.

References:

  1. Office for National Statistics - Marriages in England and Wales (Provisional)
  2. Health and Social Care Information Centre - Statistics on Alcohol: England, 2013
  3. Office for National Statistics - Drinking Habits Amongst Adults, 2012
  4. Relate - Separation and Divorce Statistics
  5. Drink Aware
  6. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcohol Rehab in Basildon

If you stay in Basildon in Essex and are looking to enter alcohol rehab, you can call Addiction Helpline this instant for immediate advice. Contact Addiction Helpline in private using the form on this page. Addiction Helpline's Basildon support line is available to everyone, including family members, friends, managers and workmates who are worried that in which alcohol addiction is affecting a person they care about. Calls to our Basildon services are confidential. AH will never share details about you you provide with any third party. Our Basildon addiction advisory staff are experienced to help with any type of addiction related problem.

Addiction Helpline alcohol rehabilitation options include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: same day access to a rehab centre in or near Basildon ( within 24 HRs )
  • 121 Counselling: At home advisory services in Basildon
  • Essex Home Detox: At home outpatient drug based alcohol rehab plans
  • Essex Addictions Guidance: Guidance on all Basildon based addiction services
  • Addiction HelpLine can help Basildon townspeople in cutting out the Essex local health board red tape and organise for you same day experienced guidance.
  • Essex Residential Detox: Residential in-patient alcohol detoxification plans in Basildon

Make today the day you help yourself or someone you are concerned about. You're only one call away from support.

Contact us on 08 08163 9632 to chat to a member of our team, right now.



Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Outpatient Addiction Treatment Options

There are some good reasons for why a residential addiction treatment programme can be the ideal option, but this is not something that everybody will be able to commit to. There are advantages and disadvantages to the outpatient programmes, and it is important to be aware of these before making a choice. In order to get the most out of these non-residential programmes, the individual will need to highly self motivated and willing to take charge of their own recovery right from the beginning. The person who chooses this type of programme will have less support from the programme, and they will need to take steps to make up for this.

Types of Outpatient Addiction Treatment Programmes

There are a number of different types of outpatient addiction treatment programmes including:

  • Outpatient detox – this is where the individual will be supervised through detox in their own home.
  • Outpatient rehab – this is similar to the standard rehab, but the individual will return to his or her own home in the evenings.
  • Therapy or counselling sessions
  • Recovery fellowships such as Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Outpatient group therapy sessions

Advantages and Disadvantages of Outpatient Programmes for Treating Addiction

The advantages of choosing an outpatient programme will include:

  • In some cases, it may mean that the individual will be able to carry on with their work responsibilities as normal.
  • The person will be able to stay in his or her own home at nighttime. Some people are very put off by the idea of staying in a strange place and living with people they do not know.
  • It should mean that the person would be able to continue with their family responsibilities.
  • The individual will not have to worry about the tricky transition from rehab to home. They will already be used to dealing with their home environment. This is arguably the most important advantage of an outpatient programme.

There are certainly disadvantages to the outpatient programme, which would include:

  • The fact that the person still has their usual responsibilities will mean that they will not be able to focus fully on getting better. This can be problematic because if the individual is distracted it will make it harder for them to break away from addiction.
  • The person will be lacking the level of support that they would benefit from in a residential programme. They will not have somebody there to support them 24 hours of the day.
  • The person who is using outpatient treatment options will probably be faced with far more temptation than the person in rehab. It will be far easier for them to relapse back to addiction.
  • The individual may try to add this outpatient programme on top of their current life, and this will mean that they are taking too much on. If the person feels overwhelmed, they are not going to get the most out of the programme.
  • There are usually fewer resources available to those individuals who choose this type of programme.
  • They will probably miss out on many of the benefits that will come from staying in a therapeutic environment of a residential programme.

Who Should Choose Outpatient Treatment Options?

Outpatient treatment options are probably only really going to be a good choice for those who will be unable to enter a residential programme. If the individual is able to enter rehab, they should choose this option. Some of the reasons for why the person might feel that the outpatient programme is their best option would include:

  • They have dependents that would be without a carer if they went into rehab. It is important to keep in mind though, that there are now some rehabs that allow mothers to take their young kids with them.
  • The individual is unable to take a break from their career.
  • The person is so resistant to a residential programme that they will not even consider it.
  • The individual has a solid plan for their recovery, and they only need a limited degree of support.

How to Get the Most from an Outpatient Addiction Treatment Programme

It will be up to the individual to get the most out of any outpatient addiction treatment programme. They way that they will be able to do this will include:

  • The individual has to take charge of his or her own recovery right from the beginning. They need to find the appropriate resources and make use of these.
  • They need to make staying sober their number one priority in life.
  • While undergoing these treatment programmes, the individual needs to reorganise their life, so that they will be able to give it their full attention.
  • The person needs to be proactive in moving their recovery forward. This means doing their own research and seeking out the appropriate professionals that will be able to help them.
  • The individual who is in an outpatient programme will need to begin building his or her own support network right away. This can include people in recovery or sober friends.
  • The person will need to break away from their drinking or drug using peers. They need to limit temptation as much as possible.


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