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In-patient Alcohol Rehabilitation Services in Oldham

Last Updated: October 16th 2014

Alcohol rehab clinics and counselling in Oldham and surrounding Greater Manchester area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

Our operation is a nation-wide non-profit alcohol treatment provider providing to Oldhamers free twenty four hour access in Oldham to professional and experienced alcohol addiction treatment mentors. South of Rochdale, West of Uppermill, North of Ashton-Under-Lyne and East of Middleton, the English town of Oldham ( with 96,555 residents and 0.18% of the recorded population of England ) has Oldhamers that face the same challenges as any other Greater Manchester town folk - and that includes ongoing fights with alcoholism.

If you are located in (or nearby) the town of Oldham and have problems with an addiction to alcohol, know that you are not alone, and that our operators are here to support. Just as in every other town in Greater Manchester it is not uncommon for a problem with drinking to begin at a young age or at a later stage in life.

With 78,833 Oldhamers of legal drinking age out of it's populace of 96,555, National stats might suggest that for Oldham:

  • 5,324 Oldham males are frequent drinkers
  • 3,555 female Oldhamers are regular drinkers
  • 8,529 Oldham males and females are drinking alcohol to excess
  • 15,889 Oldhamers in the town of 65 and over
  • 1,793 men in Oldham aged 65 and older are expected to drink frequently
  • 1,133 female Oldhamers of the same age also drinking regularly .
  • 2,860 Oldhamers aged 65 and over consumed alcohol on at least 5 or more days in the last 7 days : more than any other age group
  • 477 Oldhamers aged sixty five and over that are heavy drinkers
  • 1,840 school children in Oldham might have drunk alcohol in the last seven days
  • 537 11-15 yr old Oldhamers in the town drink weekly
  • 31 eleven year olds in Oldham think it is normal to get drunk weekly.
  • 541 15 year old Oldhamers think it is ok to be drunk once a week
  • 1,226 16-24 men-folk in Oldham could be consuming over 2x the medical alcohol consumption guidelines.
  • 1,042 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be exceeding safe drinking limits
  • 3,067 16-24 year old Oldhamers have perhaps drunk very heavily at least once during the past seven days.

Sources:

  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 Oldham

If you are resident in Oldham in Greater Manchester and are looking to enter alcohol rehab, why not phone AH right now for speedy advice. Contact Addiction Helpline in confidence using the form on this page. Our Oldham advice line is available to all, including family, friends, employers and associates who are concerned that in which alcohol addiction is affecting a person they care for. Calls to our Oldham services are confidential. AH will never share information about you with a third party. Our Oldham addiction advisory staff are experienced to help with any type of addiction related issue.

Addiction Helpline alcohol rehabilitation options include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: swift access to a rehab clinic in or near Oldham ( within 24 hrs )
  • Greater Manchester Home Detox: At home outpatient drug based alcohol treatment plan
  • Greater Manchester Residential Detox: Residential in-patient alcohol detoxification programs in Oldham
  • 121 Counselling: At home counselling services in Oldham
  • Greater Manchester Addictions Guidance: Guidance on Oldham based addiction services
  • Addiction Helpline (AH) can help Oldhamers cut out the Greater Manchester local health board rules and regulations and get you rapid experienced aid and support.

Make today the day you help yourself or someone you are concerned about. You are only a five minute phonecall away from support.

Contact us on 0808 1639632 to talk to an advisor, right now.



Aftercare

One of the most important considerations when choosing a drug or alcohol rehab is the availability of some type of aftercare programme. This is vital because if you are not supported when you return home, you will be at higher risk of relapse – this means that all the good work of rehab will be lost.

The availability of aftercare following rehab is important for a number of reasons including:

  • The transition from rehab to home is a time when the individual will be at high risk of relapse. The availability of aftercare at this time will increase the person’s chances of staying sober, and it will make the process easier.
  • Staying sober in alcohol rehab or drug rehab is a different proposition than staying sober at home. This is because the facility offers a protected environment in which the individual can begin to rebuild their life. Leaving rehab is like taking the training wheels off a bike, and if the person is not adequately supported, they may be vulnerable.
  • Some people can look upon their last day at the rehab clinic as graduation day, but this can be a dangerous way to view things. If the person is over confident, or takes things for granted, they will be at high risk of falling into trouble. Aftercare is a reminder to the individual that recovery is a process and not an event, and that the work will never really be complete.
  • When people initially leave rehab they tend to be highly motivated, but this determination can wane over time unless it is regularly recharged. The aim of aftercare is to keep boosting the person’s motivation so that they remain committed to their new life away from alcohol or drugs.
  • It is frequently said that time heals all wounds, but this can be a bit of a cruse when it comes to dealing with addiction. The individual can forget how bad things were, and this opens the door for romancing the drink or drug – the individual forgets the pain and begins to glamorise their past. Another reason of why aftercare is important is that it is a reminder to the individual of what they risk going back to.
  • In order to stay sober the person is going to need a new purpose and meaning in life. They will be able to get this from groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
  • One of the hardest things that people can face in recovery is loneliness and boredom. By walking away from addiction, the individual will also usually be giving up their support network. It will be necessary for them to build a new support network in recovery and aftercare programmes will usually be part of this.
  • The individual will be able to learn a great deal during their time in rehab, but there will still be more to learn once the person returns home. This continued education can occur more easily with the help of some type of aftercare therapy.

What is Involved in Rehab Aftercare?

Rehab aftercare can involve a number of different things including:

  • Booster sessions – this is where the individual returns to rehab for a few more sessions in recovery
  • Fellowship meetings
  • Therapy sessions – this could be group therapy as an outpatient or continued one to one therapy
  • Outpatient skills or educational workshops

Aftercare Following a Foreign Rehab

If people are going to a foreign rehab, they will need to think very carefully about how they are going to be able to cope once they return home. We have a great deal of expertise in this area and we will be able to offer advice on how the individual will be able to transition safely. Going abroad for addiction help can be a great decision, but it is important to get the aftercare right.

Take Charge of Your Own Aftercare

All rehabs will have some type of aftercare programme, but at the end of the day, it is up to the individual to take responsibility for their own recovery. This means that they need to make staying sober the number one priority in their life and be willing to do whatever is necessary to protect it. This also means that they are motivated to use the available aftercare resources that will help them protect their sobriety.

When it comes to aftercare, there is a great deal to think about. We are very knowledgeable in this area, and we will be able to address any concerns you might have. Many of our team members have their own experience with overcoming addiction problems, so they will have a good understanding of where you are coming from.


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