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In-patient Alcohol Rehab Treatment Programs in Exeter

Last Updated: November 23rd 2014

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

Our network is a UK non-profit alcohol treatment service providing to Exonians FREE 24hr access in Exeter to fully equipped alcohol addiction treatment consultants. Found on the River Exe, the English city of Exeter ( with 113,507 residents and 0.21%% of the total populace of England ) has Exonians that cope with similar challenges as any other Devonshire folk - including ongoing challenges with alcohol addiction.

If you are resident in (or nearby) the city of Exeter and are pained with alcohol, be assured you're certainly not alone, and that Addiction Helpline counselors are here to aid you.

With 92,673 Exonians that can legally drink out of it's population of 113,507, National statistics would indicate that for Exeter:

  • 6,259 Exeter men are regular drinkers
  • 4,180 female Exonians are regular drinkers
  • 10,026 Exeter adults are drinking alcohol to excess
  • With 18,678 Exonians in the city of sixty five and over, 2,107 males in Exeter aged sixty five and older are most likely to drink alcohol regularly with 1,332 female Exonians of similar age also consuming alcohol very often .
  • 3,362 Exonians aged sixty five and over drunk alcohol on at least five days or more in the last week : a higher number than any other demographic
  • 560 Exonians of pensionable age that may be heavy drinkers
  • 2,164 pupils in Exeter might have drunk alcohol in the last week
  • 631 11-15 year old Exonians in the city drink regularily every week
  • 36 11 year olds in Exeter think it is okay to get drunk weekly.
  • 636 15 year old Exonians think it is normal practice to be drunk once a week
  • 1,441 sixteen to twenty four men-folk in Exeter may be consuming over double the recommended alcohol consumption guidelines.
  • 1,225 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be exceeding safe drinking recommendations
  • 3,606 16-24 year old Exonians have drunk very heavily on at least one occasion in the past seven days.


  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 Exeter

If you reside in Exeter in Devonshire and are needing to enter alcohol rehab, why not phone AH this instant for immediate guidance. Email Addiction Helpline in confidence using the form on this page. Our Exeter advice line is open to everyone, including members of family, friends, managers and workmates who find themselves worried that in which alcoholism is ruining a person they care for. Calls to our Exeter services are strictly confidential. Addiction Helpline will not share information you provide with a third party. Our Exeter addiction help staff are fully trained to help with any type of alcohol related challenge.

Our alcohol rehab options include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: speedy access to a rehabilitation centre in or near Exeter ( within 24 hrs )
  • 121 Counselling: At home counselling service in Exeter
  • Devonshire Home Detox: At home outpatient drug based detoxification plans
  • Devonshire Alcohol Guidance: Guidance on Exeter based alcoholism support services
  • We can help Exonians in cutting through Devonshire local health board bureaucracy and get you instant experienced help.
  • Devonshire Residential Detox: Residential in-patient detoxification plan in Exeter

Make today the day you help yourself or someone you worry about. You're only a 5 minute phonecall away from success.

Call 8081639632 to talk to one of our advisors, right now.



Way Out of Addiction in Exeter

There are a number of good options available for those who feel ready to break away from addiction problems in Exeter. Our team has a great deal of expertise when it comes to addiction treatment planning and rehab placement, and we will be able to help you choose the resources that will be most helpful for you when trying to escape addiction. The reality is that there is no “one size fits all” approach to recovery. The goal is to find the treatment resources that are most likely the individual based on their needs. Call us right away on 0800 140 4824 so that you can start to get the type of addiction treatment that you need.

How to Get the Most Out of Addiction Recovery

Just because the individual decides to quit their addiction does not always mean that their success is guaranteed. Motivation is the key here, but in order to make it work the person will need to harness this motivation in the right way. This means that they will have to take action and keep taking action. Here are some of the things that the individual needs to do in order to get the most out of addiction treatment:

  • · It is important that the individual approach recovery with a beginner’s mind. They need to understand that the best of their thinking this far has led them into addiction, so they will need to be prepared to let go of old beliefs and opinions because these have proved ineffective. If the individual insists on holding on to their old way of doing things they may get sober, but they are unlikely to find happiness. It will usually mean that they become a dry drunk – somebody who is physically sober but acts in many ways as if they were still in the midst of addiction. It is vital that you come with an open mind if you want to get the most out of addiction treatment.
  • · It is common for people who are caught up in addiction to be demand-resistant. This means that it is their automatic reaction just to reject things out of hand without giving them a fair try. The individual can carry this demand resistance with them into recovery, and this means that they will end up refusing things that could have really benefited them. In fact, it is often those things that people can feel most resistant to initially that ends up benefiting them the most. It is advisable that people try to develop more of a “give it a try” attitude to any suggestion made in treatment.
  • · The individual needs to understand that they are responsible for their own recovery. There are plenty of people who will be there to help them, but ultimately it is always going to be up to them. This means that they have to be proactive and not just wait around for somebody else to fix them or take responsibility for their life. Many people caught in addiction develop a state of mind known as “learned helplessness,” and this can be a real drawback when it comes to addiction recovery.
  • · The person needs to take their recovery seriously but not take himself or herself too seriously. This means that they should not treat recovery like some type of endurance race or prison sentence. Recovery is meant to be fun, and it is often the case that people will avoid fun in recovery because they want an excuse so that they can later relapse.

There is a way out of addiction in Exeter that is almost certain to work for you. Call us right away, or just text the word “help” to 66777 to find out what this solution is. This really could be the start of a much better way of living, and your future success will be completely in your own hands.

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