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Inpatient Rehab for Alcohol Addiction in Nottingham

Last Updated: May 19th 2015

People face many different kinds of addictions, from alcohol to drugs like cannabis and cocaine, and gambling. However, there is a choice of treatment programmes available in your area that can put you on the road to recovery.

Our alcohol and drug rehab centres in Nottingham and the surrounding Nottinghamshire area provide counselling to people battling addiction. If you wish to contact one of our alcohol treatment centres, call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

AH can tell you all about alcohol rehab. UK non-profit groups such as ours are committed to providing health care for the people of Nottingham. Our alcohol rehabilitation centres offer 24 HR access to professional addiction advisors at no cost. Here you could benefit from the leading alcohol and drug rehab treatment in Nottingham.

The home of the legendary Robin Hood, the city of Nottingham in the East Midlands of England has 289,301 residents. This makes up 0.55%% of the population of England. The people of Nottingham have had to deal with similar challenges as other parts of the East Midlands and around the UK, including ongoing fights with alcohol addiction.

If you either live in or nearby, the city of Nottingham and have a problem with alcohol, then you are not alone. If you contact one of our local addiction treatment centres, you could speak to an Addiction Helpline operator who is waiting to hear from you.

With 236,201 Nottingham folk that can legally drink out of its total population of 289,301, National statistics may suggest that for Nottingham:

  • 15,953 Nottingham males are regular drinkers
  • 10,653 female Nottingham folk are frequent drinkers
  • 25,555 Nottingham women and men are drinking alcohol to excess
  • With 47,606 Nottingham folk in the city of pensionable age and over, 5,371 men in Nottingham aged sixty five and older are expected to drink habitually with 3,396 female Nottingham folk of similar age also drinking alcohol often .
  • 8,569 Nottingham folk aged sixty five and over drunk alcohol on five days in the last 7 days ; a greater number than any other group
  • 1,428 Nottingham folk of pensionable age that may be abusing alcohol
  • 5,514 school children in Nottingham might have had alcohol in the last week
  • 1,608 11-15 year old Nottingham folk in the city drink every week
  • 92 eleven year olds in Nottingham think it is acceptable practice to get drunk weekly.
  • 1,621 15 year old Nottingham folk think it is acceptable practice to be drunk once in a week
  • 3,673 16-24 men-folk in Nottingham may be drinking more than double the government alcohol consumption limits.
  • 3,121 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be exceeding safe drinking guidelines
  • 9,190 sixteen to twenty four year old Nottingham folk have drunk very heavily at least once during 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 Nottingham

If you live in Nottingham and have decided to enter one of our alcohol rehab centres, call or email AH for speedy advice. Email Addiction Helpline in confidence using the contact form on this page. Addiction Helpline's Nottingham advice line is available to all, including family members, friends, managers and workmates who find themselves concerned that alcoholism is affecting someone close to them. Calls
to our Nottingham services are confidential. AH will not share information about you with any third party. Our Nottingham addiction advisory team can deal with any alcohol-related challenge.

Addiction Helpline alcohol rehab services include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: quick access to a treatment centre in Nottingham ( in under 24hrs )
  • Private Counselling: At home advisory services in Nottingham
  • Nottinghamshire Home Detox: At home outpatient drug based alcohol rehabilitation plans
  • Nottinghamshire Alcohol Guidance: Guidance on all Nottingham based addiction services
  • Addiction HelpLine can help Nottingham folk bypass Nottinghamshire health board red tape and organise for you quick professional aid.
  • Nottinghamshire Residential Detox: Residential in-patient alcohol detoxification plans in Nottingham

Make today the day you help yourself or someone you worry about. You are one quick phone call away from support.

Call 0808 16 39 632 to speak to a member of our team, today.

Luxury Rehab Clinics

Luxury Rehab

When the world’s wealthy and famous find themselves addicted to alcohol, they are just as much in need of residential treatment as the ‘average’ person. However, they have the financial resources to allow them to attend a luxury rehab programme, or go through withdrawal at an exclusive clinic.

Some have argued that luxury clinics are just what the upper-class addicts need, while others say they are a waste of time. We cannot say one way or the other except to note that no alcoholic can truly be helped unless he or she wants to be helped. The issue really is not whether he/she stays at a luxury rehab clinic.

If an alcoholic can afford a luxury clinic that offers a setting most likely to help him or her succeed, then there is no reason not to avail him/herself of it. However, if the luxury atmosphere will only enable the individual to keep drinking once he or she leaves rehab, it ends up being a waste of time.

Philosophy of Luxury Rehab

The philosophy of luxury rehab began in Malibu, California some years ago. Individuals involved in the drug and alcohol rehab community determined that they would be more likely to succeed with Hollywood celebrities if they offered them luxury accommodations for their residential programmes.

They reasoned that even though these luxury clinics included swimming pools, spacious suites, and other amenities celebrities were used to, the residential nature of the programmes still separated the individuals from their addictions and their daily circumstances.

In the end, separation is the main principal residential rehab is based on. It is the idea that preventing the addict from having access to his or her addiction, or the circumstances that enable it, forces them to come clean. The philosophy has already proved successful for millions of alcohol addicts.

Do you really need a luxury rehab?

More important than the question of luxury rehab is that of whether or not you, as an individual, are in need of a rehab programme. The simple fact of the matter is that alcoholism does not strike just the rich and famous; it is a condition that spans both sexes, every economic status, and every race, creed and religion.

Are you an alcohol abuser? Here are some of the signs:

  • you drink excessively more than once a month
  • you drink socially more than twice per week
  • you are a habitual binge drinker
  • you’re unable to enjoy social events without alcohol.

On the other hand, perhaps you are already an alcoholic. Common signs of alcoholism include:

  • drinking first thing in the morning
  • constantly worrying about where your next drink is coming from
  • planning social and daily activities around alcohol
  • lying to others about your drinking habits
  • friends or relatives expressing concern about your drinking
  • gradually drinking more alcohol to achieve the same pleasurable effect.

We listed the signs of both alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence (alcoholism) for a reason. If you are showing signs of abuse but not alcoholism, you still need to get help right away. Recent statistics show that as many as 20% of all UK adults exhibit some signs of alcohol abuse. If that abuse is not treated then it can very easily lead to alcoholism.

If you already exhibit signs of alcoholism, you definitely need detox and/or rehab. Simply hoping your alcohol dependence will go away on its own will never solve the problem.

Luxury Rehab in the UK

The availability of luxury rehab in the UK is somewhat limited when compared to the US. We simply do not have as much demand for it here as they do across the pond. Nonetheless, we can help you locate a luxury clinic if that’s what you’re after.

Please note that the process of rehab will not be any different from what you would find in a standard clinic. The only difference is the luxury amenities offered at the facility. Your rehab treatment programme will likely follow a standard scenario:

  • Detox – You’ll likely undergo a weeklong detox programme to first separate you from alcohol so your body can cleanse itself. Trained medical personnel will supervise your detox.
  • Counselling – The next step in a residential rehab programme is to undergo both one-on-one and group counselling. Both types of counselling are intended to bring to the surface those mental and emotional issues you must deal with in order to achieve long-term sobriety.
  • Skills Training – As you gain victory over your mental and emotional addictions, you will begin to learn specific skills that will help you cope with future temptations. Without these skills, it is very easy to relapse.
  • Outside Activities – Many residential treatment programmes offer a range of outside activities done among a group of recovering alcoholics. These activities get the group outside the confines of the rehab centre in order to let them experience how enjoyable life can be without alcohol.
  • Aftercare – The final step in your rehab is an aftercare programme that can last anywhere between 3 and 12 months. Aftercare continues with the counselling and group support to help you avoid relapse.

Luxury rehab or not?

If you can afford luxury rehab then that does not necessarily mean you should avail yourself of it. To determine the best course of action it’s important to understand why you’re seeking rehab and what you hope to get out of it. Any rehab programme can be helpful if you have the right mindset.

In terms of why you are seeking rehab, the question is as follows: “Am I entering rehab because I want to or because I feel like I have to?” If you are going because you feel like you have to, a luxury environment may not be the right choice for you. It might be too comfortable. If you are going because you want to, that’s another story.

As far as what you hope to get out of it, the answer to that question is the clincher. If you’re hoping rehab will help you achieve permanent sobriety once and for all, you have the right mindset. You may do very well in luxury rehab. On the other hand, if you consider rehab to be just another programme that will not work, you are already beginning on the wrong foot. In your case, luxury rehab would be more of a hindrance than a help.

We would like to assist you in assessing your needs and help you find an appropriate rehab programme. As an independent referral service, we work with some of the best alcohol rehab clinics in the UK and abroad. If you are willing to contact us, we will do everything within our power to make sure you get the help you need.

I have a problem with drugs and would like some help

If drugs are taking over your life and you would like some help, then it can seem daunting to even know where to start. If you know you’ve reached the point where you can’t give up, and feel powerless over your drug use, then you are ready to do something about it. The biggest step in the road to recovery is the first one – admitting that there is a problem and you need help means you are ready to start on the road to recovery. If you’re not sure if your drug use is a problem , then you’re probably kidding yourself. If you think you may have a problem with drugs, and it’s more than likely you do.

Many drug addicts fear that by reaching out for help they will be criticised and judged. For some drug addiction carries a stigma and is taboo in many circles. We’re not here to sit in judgement about anyone-we’re just here to help. Our priority is finding the best recovery treatment for you, be it at home or ne of our drug rehabilitation centres.

We can help you find rehab treatment for any drug problems that you have-no matter what drugs they are. Here are some of the addictions that we see most frequently at our drug rehab clinics– but there are many more we can help with.

Cannabis is the most widely used illegal drug in the country. There are a large number of people who initially became hooked on grass or weed that have ended up checking into drug rehab. UK experts often say that cannabis users become addicted to this so-called recreational drug which is often thought to lead to users taking more, harder drugs. It’s true that cannabis is often many peoples first foray into the world of illegal drugs and whilst many people are able to limit their use to an occasional joint, there are some who become addicted to this psychologically damaging drug.


Amphetamines, or Speed as it is more commonly known is a popular drug in the UK. Cheaper than some drugs like cocaine but giving similar effect such as a surge of energy and increased confidence, people take amphetamines for a range of reasons. It’s been used for decades as a slimming aid, as one of the side-effects is that it suppresses the appetite.


Cocaine in its many different forms is highly addictive, and users may find that the time from trying the drug to be becoming addicted to it is short. Cocaine is a highly stimulant drug and promote a temporary sense of well-being and a boost of confidence but in the long term has many damaging effects to health.


Heroin use is more widespread than many people think-and users quickly become addicted. Heroin is a class a drug and has one of the highest mortality rates of any illegal drug. Heroin is often mixed with other substances by unscrupulous dealers so the amount in a “fix” can be variable and this runs a greater risk of death by poisoning or overdose.

Prescription drugs

Increasingly, drug rehabs are seeing an increase of people addicted to prescription medication. Medication such as strong painkillers and barbiturates are highly addictive and many people abuse their own prescriptions-or even other people’s.

Our qualified staff can help you find the most suitable treatment options for your needs. No two cases are the same, and what works for one person may not necessarily work for another. Quality rehab clinics provide bespoke care tailored to the individual. They are committed to helping you give up drugs safely, quickly and in the minimum of discomfort. We don't make false promises. It certainly isn't easy to stop taking drugs but we can help you find the most suitable treatment programme, to give you the best possible chance of long-term recovery.


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