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Private Addiction Clinics in Huddersfield

Last Updated: November 24th 2014

Alcohol rehab clinics and counselling in Huddersfield and surrounding West Yorkshire area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

Our operation is a nation-wide nonprofit alcohol addiction treatment service supplying to Huddersfield townspeople FREE 24 hour access in Huddersfield to qualified alcohol treatment mentors. Halfway between Leeds and Manchester, the English town of Huddersfield ( with 162,949 residents and 0.31%% of the total recorded population of England ) has Huddersfield townspeople that face the same problems as any other West Yorkshire folk - including challenges with addiction to alcohol.

If you are staying in (or close to) the town of Huddersfield and are pained with alcoholism, know you're certainly not alone, and we at Addiction Helpline are here to help.

With 133,041 Huddersfield townspeople that can drink out of it's total population of 162,949, Government statistics might imply that for Huddersfield:

  • 8,986 Huddersfield men are habitual drinkers
  • 6,000 female Huddersfield townspeople are frequent drinkers
  • 14,394 Huddersfield males and females are drinking alcohol to excess
  • With 26,814 Huddersfield townspeople in the town of 65 and over, 3,025 men in Huddersfield aged sixty five and over are most likely to drink very often with 1,913 female Huddersfield townspeople of similar age also consuming alcohol regularly .
  • 4,827 Huddersfield townspeople aged sixty five and over drunk alcohol on at least five days in the week before : a higher amount than any other age group
  • 804 Huddersfield townspeople aged sixty five and over that may be very heavy drinkers
  • 3,106 school children in Huddersfield may have consumed alcohol in the last seven days
  • 906 11-15 yr old Huddersfield townspeople in the town drink regularily every week
  • 52 eleven year olds in Huddersfield think it is acceptable practice to be drunk weekly.
  • 913 15 year old Huddersfield townspeople think it is normal practice to be drunk once in a week
  • 2,069 sixteen to twenty four men-folk in Huddersfield might be drinking more than double the government alcohol intake limits.
  • 1,758 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be drinking far too much
  • 5,176 16-24 year old Huddersfield townspeople have drunk too much at least once during the previous week.


  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 Huddersfield

If you are located in Huddersfield in West Yorkshire and are needing to enter alcohol rehab, you can call Addiction Helpline now for immediate advice. Email us in private using the contact form on this page. Our Huddersfield advice line is available to all, including family, friends, managers and workmates who find themselves worried with the way in which in which addiction is affecting a person they care about. Calls to our Huddersfield services are strictly confidential. Addiction Helpline will never share information about you with anyone else. Our Huddersfield addiction advisory staff are fully trained to help with any type of addiction related issue.

Our alcohol rehabilitation services include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: swift access to a treatment clinic in Huddersfield ( within 24 hrs )
  • 121 Counselling: At home advisory services in Huddersfield
  • West Yorkshire Home Detox: At-home outpatient drug based detoxification plans
  • West Yorkshire Addictions Guidance: Advice on Huddersfield based alcohol addiction services
  • Addiction Helpline (AH) can help Huddersfield townspeople in cutting through West Yorkshire local health board red tape and plan for you fast experienced assistance and support.
  • West Yorkshire Residential Detox: Residential inpatient detoxification plan in Huddersfield

Make today the day you help yourself or someone you are concerned about. You are only a 5 minute telephone call away from success.

Contact us on 0808 16 39 632 to speak to one of our support team, today.

Alcohol Helpline

Have you ever found yourself in a position where you just wanted someone to talk to? Someone who would listen to your problems without bringing judgmentalism or accusations into the equation? If you are struggling with alcohol issues, we understand. We also know you are likely looking for honest answers to your honest questions.

We are an independent referral service offering an alcohol helpline for people just like you. We are here to help alcoholics, their friends and family members, and anyone else looking to learn more about alcohol treatment options. We are certainly not here to judge people.

Above all, we want you to be comfortable enough to contact us regarding your alcohol problem. Our fully trained staff are both competent and compassionate; willing to do whatever it takes to help you find your way onto the road to recovery.

Our Services

As previously stated, we are independent referral agency whose primary mission is to match alcoholics and their families with the best treatment programmes possible. To that end, we are constantly researching private clinics, alcohol charities, support groups, and free services made available by the NHS.

We maintain working relationships with the best private clinics around the UK as well. In so doing we always strive to gather the most up-to-date information. We want to be ready, as soon as you contact us, to help you find and enrol in a treatment programme.

Please understand that all of our services are:

  • Confidential – We are not here to embarrass or publicly humiliate you. All of our communications remain confidential, from start to finish. Even if you do not avail yourself of the programmes or services we recommend, we will respect your privacy and protect your personal information.

  • Free of Charge – All of the referral services we offer are presented to clients free of charge. We are not here to make money off your addiction. We are here to help. The funding for what we do comes from a variety of other sources so that we are never forced to charge clients for our services.

Most of the clients who contact us need help only in locating public services or a private clinic. However, you may be in a situation where you require a little more. If so, we can help with admission arrangements and transportation to a private clinic. We can also advise you on things you can do if you are seeking help for someone else.

The First Step: Call Us

It has often been said that the first step in recovery is also the hardest. What is that first step? It’s to admit you have a problem and then call us for advice. We know it’s a difficult step; we know you feel like alcohol is the only thing helping you hang on. However, please believe us when we say that alcohol is not a solution to your problems; it is the cause of them.

What do you have to lose by calling our alcohol helpline? If nothing else, we will provide you a listening ear. Moreover, if it turns out you are not really an alcoholic, we can then put your mind at ease by talking things through with you. If you are an alcoholic, getting in touch with us might be your only hope to start the recovery process.

Treatment Options

When you call our alcohol helpline, we will be more than happy to discuss all of your treatment options with you. Here is just a small sampling of the types of treatments that are available:

  • Group Support – Support groups like Al-Anon exist to provide accountability, encouragement, and a supportive environment allowing alcoholics to work together to break their addictions. Group support might be an excellent option for you if you are still in the early stages of alcohol addiction.

  • Counselling – You may be of the mindset that counselling doesn’t help, but it is an integral part of any alcohol recovery programme. Counselling can be individualised or offered on a group basis, or even a combination of the two. Both can be helpful if you have the right mindset.

  • Detox – Detox is a quick way to be physically free from alcohol in a matter of days. It is based on the principle of separating the patient from his or her drink, thus allowing their body to completely cleanse itself of any remaining alcohol and its associated compounds.

  • Comprehensive Rehab – If you know you are a chronic alcoholic, you probably also know that comprehensive rehab is really what you need. A comprehensive treatment programme includes a residential stay at a private clinic; a stay that typically last between six and 12 weeks.

Getting the Right Kind of Help

If you want to completely break your addiction to alcohol, it is important you get the right kind of help. Not every programme or treatment is right for everyone. Determining what is appropriate starts by assessing your level of alcohol use or abuse.

Here are some of the common signs of alcohol abuse:

  • binge drinking more than once every few months

  • casual drinking more than once or twice per week

  • frequently drinking until intoxicated

  • engaging in reckless behaviour while intoxicated.

Here are some of the common signs of alcohol addiction:

  • planning your entire day around alcohol

  • drinking as soon as you get out of bed in the morning

  • alienation from friends and family due to drinking habits

  • regularly lying to others about drinking habits

  • noticeable withdrawal symptoms when you don’t get enough alcohol.

Obviously, it’s impossible to make an accurate assessment based on a few of the symptoms we have listed here. However, if you recognise any of them in your own life, it’s a warning sign to call us or your physician right away. If your drinking has not reached the level of addiction, proper treatment might be the only thing preventing abuse from becoming addiction.

Our alcohol helpline is available 24 hours a day, every day of the week. If you’re at all concerned you might have an alcohol problem, there’s nothing stopping you from picking up the phone and calling us right now. If you prefer, you can send an e-mail as well. The point is that you do not put it off another day.

Ignoring your problem is the best way to become a chronic alcoholic who lives the rest of his/her life in misery. However, facing your problem head-on is the first step in overcoming. Are you ready to take that first step?


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