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Residential Addiction Clinics in Keighley

Last Updated: June 24th, 2015

There are many different kinds of addictions, from alcohol to drugs like cannabis and cocaine, to prescription medication and gambling.

Our alcohol rehabilitation centres offer advice and counselling to the locals of Keighley and the surrounding West Yorkshire area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

Addiction Helpline is at the centre of alcohol rehab. UK nonprofit organisations such as ours allow the people of Keighley 24 HR access to qualified professional advisors, at no cost. They can tell you about the resources available at our local addiction treatment centres.

South of Silsden, West of Yeadon, North of Halifax and East of Colne is the town of Keighley. It is located in the metropolitan borough of the City of Bradford, in West Yorkshire in the North of England. It is home to 53,331 residents and 0.10% of the recorded population of England. It has seen the townspeople of Keighley struggle with the same problems as other West Yorkshire folk, and that includes battles with alcohol.

If you live in or around Keighley and are fighting addiction, then you are not alone. Those afraid they may have a low tolerance for detoxification and withdrawal can contact us. If it sometimes seems that no one understands what you're going through, then Addiction Helpline certainly does. We are here to help.

Find out more about the treatments we provide by contacting our alcohol and drug rehab clinics in your area. Addiction Helpline has the programs available to put you on the road to recovery.

Just as in every other town in West Yorkshire it's not unusual for a problem with alcohol to begin at a young age or at a later stage in life.

With 43,542 Keighley townspeople of drinking age out of it's total recorded population of 53,331, National statistics would imply that for Keighley:

  • 2,941 Keighley males are habitual drinkers
  • 1,964 female Keighley townspeople are habitual drinkers
  • 4,711 Keighley males and females are very frequent drinkers
  • 8,776 Keighley townspeople in the town of 65 and over
  • 990 males in Keighley aged sixty five and over are expected to drink habitually
  • 626 female Keighley townspeople of similar age also drinking alcohol often .
  • 1,580 Keighley townspeople aged sixty five and over consumed alcohol on at least 5 or more days in the previous seven days : a greater number than any other age group
  • 263 Keighley townspeople of pensionable age that are drinking to excess
  • 1,017 school children in Keighley may have drunk alcohol in the last week
  • 296 11-15 yr old Keighley townspeople in the town drink weekly
  • 17 eleven year olds in Keighley think it is normal practice to get drunk weekly.
  • 299 15 year old Keighley townspeople think it is normal to get drunk once in a week
  • 677 sixteen to twenty four men in Keighley might be drinking over twice the government alcohol intake limits.
  • 575 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be drinking too much
  • 1,694 sixteen to twenty four year old Keighley townspeople have drunk too much on at least one occasion in the last week.


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

Alcohol Rehab in Keighley

If you live in Keighley in West Yorkshire and looking to enter rehab, telephone our alcohol treatment centres for immediate advice. Email our alcohol and drug rehab clinics in private, using the contact form on this page. Our support line is open to all, including family members, friends and workmates who are worried that alcohol addiction is affecting someone close to them.

Calls to our alcohol and drug rehabilitation centres are strictly confidential. We will not ever share your private details with anyone.

AH can help you through alcohol and drug rehab. UK networks like ours have the qualified staff to deal with any addiction issue.

Addiction Helpline alcohol treatment options include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: fast access to alcohol or drug rehab clinics in or near Keighley (within 24hrs).
  • Counselling: At home counselling service in Keighley.
  • West Yorkshire Home Detox: At home outpatient alcohol or drug rehab treatment and detoxification plan, using medication.
  • West Yorkshire Alcohol Guidance: Advice on all Keighley based addiction services, including drug and alcohol rehab centres.
  • We can help locals bypass Keighley local health board red tape and get you rapid expert assistance and support.
  • West Yorkshire Residential Detox: Residential in-patient detox programs in alcohol rehabilitation centres in Keighley.

Make today the day you save yourself or someone you worry about. You're only one quick phonecall away from support.

Call 0808 16 39 632 to talk to one of our support team, right now.

Developing a Tolerance

What Does Developing a Tolerance Mean?

If you have developed a tolerance for something, it means that you need more of it to get the same effect. This is best understood with the help of an example. When people first begin abusing alcohol or drugs, they will usually become inebriated on a relatively small dose – if they take any more than this then they will become ill. Over time though, the individual will have to take more and more of the substance in order to reach the same state of inebriation. The person’s tolerance for these substances can be so high that they can handle doses that would probably kill other people.

Tolerance and Addiction

The fact that a person is developing increasing tolerance for alcohol or drugs is one of the signs that they have developed a physical addiction. It means that the person’s body has needed to adapt to the presence of the toxic substance and is now doing its best to manage this. One of the outcomes of tolerance is that the person will develop withdrawal symptoms should they decide to quit or reduce their intake – these withdrawal symptoms are another sign of physical addiction.

It is important to point out here that sometimes people will develop tolerance due to taking prescribed medication. While the process is similar it will not be usually be classified as being the same as alcohol or drug addiction – mostly because this tolerance will be medically supervised and the drug will be required for the person’s well being. This individual may suffer withdrawal symptoms if they were to stop using the drug suddenly, but the doctor will be able to wean them off this substance without too many negative side effects when the need arises. Some people will begin to abuse prescribed medication, and this will mean that they have crossed the line into drug addiction.

Dangers of Increased Tolerance for Alcohol or Drugs

Among substance abusers, there can be a sense of bravado about being able to consume large quantities of alcohol or drugs, but this is never a good thing. The fact that the person needs to take more of the substance in order to get the same effect is bad for a number of reasons including:

  • All drugs are toxic to the body, so the more that the person is consuming the more damage they will be doing to their body and mind.
  • This increased tolerance is a sign that the person has developed a physical addiction to the substance. Should they try to stop or reduce their intake suddenly they will suffer unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.
  • Once the individual has reached the point of being physically addicted to alcohol or drugs, they have crossed a line from which they will never be able to come back from. This person will never be able to use these substances safely again – even if they manage to stay sober for decades they will kick off the addiction again by just one drink or one drug.
  • The fact that the person needs to invest financially more into feeding their habit is likely to mean that it will come from money that could be better spent elsewhere. The financial situation of the individual’s family may deteriorate as a result. Eventually the person may feel the need to turn to crime in order to support their habit.
  • As the person uses more of the substance, it will take over more of their life. They will reach a point where they are spending most of their time obtaining, using, getting over the effects of using, or thinking about the substance – this is not much of an existence.

What to Do If You Are Developing an Increasing Tolerance for Alcohol or Drugs

If you keep on needing to increase your intake of alcohol or drugs in order to get to the same point, this is an almost certain sign that you are in real trouble. The longer you remain trapped in addiction the more you will end up suffering, so it is vital that you break away from this behaviour as soon as possible. The nature of addiction is that you fall into a downward spiral. You will still have good days and bad days but as time goes on the good days become fewer. Addiction will destroy everything of value in your life, and it will be the cause of a great deal of suffering for your loved ones. It is vital that you stop this behaviour as soon as possible.

We Can Help You Escape Addiction Problems

You can take your first step of recovery from addiction by contacting us right away. We will be able to explain your options and tell you about the resources in your area – or elsewhere in the UK or abroad. We have plenty of experience with helping people deal with this type of problem, and many of our team have had their own personal struggles with alcohol or drugs. Your call will be completely confidential, and you will not be expected to commit to anything.


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