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Private Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment in Royal Leamington Spa

Last Updated: October 7th 2014

Alcohol rehab clinics and counselling in Royal Leamington Spa and surrounding Warwickshire area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

Our organisation is a UK nonprofit healthcare service offering Royal Leamington Spa townspeople free twenty four hour access in Royal Leamington Spa to trained addiction treatment consultants. South of Kenilworth, West of Southam, North of Marlborough and East of Redditch, the English town of Royal Leamington Spa ( with 55,733 residents and 0.11% of the total population of England ) has Royal Leamington Spa townspeople that face similar challenges as any other Warwickshire town resident - including problems with addiction to alcohol.

If you live in (or nearby) the town of Royal Leamington Spa and struggle with alcohol addiction, be assured that you're not alone, and that we are here to help you. Just as in every other town in Warwickshire it is not uncommon for a drink problem to begin at a young age or at a later stage in life.

With 45,504 Royal Leamington Spa townspeople that can legally drink out of it's total populace of 55,733, National statistics seem to indicate that for Royal Leamington Spa:

  • 3,073 Royal Leamington Spa men are frequent drinkers
  • 2,052 female Royal Leamington Spa townspeople are regular drinkers
  • 4,923 Royal Leamington Spa women and men are drinking alcohol to excess
  • 9,171 Royal Leamington Spa townspeople in the town of 65 and over
  • 1,035 males in Royal Leamington Spa aged 65 and older are most likely to drink alcohol very often
  • 654 female Royal Leamington Spa townspeople of the same age also drinking habitually .
  • 1,651 Royal Leamington Spa townspeople over sixty five drunk alcohol on at least 5 days or more in the previous week ; a higher total than any other demographic
  • 275 Royal Leamington Spa townspeople of pensionable age that could be abusing alcohol
  • 1,062 school children in Royal Leamington Spa could have had alcohol in the last week
  • 310 11-15 year old Royal Leamington Spa townspeople in the town drink regularily every week
  • 18 eleven year olds in Royal Leamington Spa think it is okay to drink alcohol weekly.
  • 312 15 year old Royal Leamington Spa townspeople think it is acceptable to get drunk once in a week
  • 708 sixteen to twenty four men in Royal Leamington Spa might be consuming over 2x the government alcohol consumption limits.
  • 601 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be exceeding safe drinking recommendations
  • 1,770 sixteen to twenty four year old Royal Leamington Spa townspeople have perhaps drunk very heavily on at least one occasion in 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 Royal Leamington Spa

If you live in Royal Leamington Spa in Warwickshire and are looking to enter alcohol rehabilition, you can telephone AH right now for instant advice. Contact us in confidence using the contact form on this page. Addiction Helpline's Royal Leamington Spa advice line is open to anyone, including members of family, friends, managers and work mates who find themselves concerned with the way in which in which alcoholism is ruining a person they care about. Calls to our Royal Leamington Spa services are confidential. We will not ever share information about you with any third party. Our Royal Leamington Spa addiction help staff are fully trained to help with any type of alcohol related challenge.

Addiction Helpline alcohol rehab options include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: instant access to a treatment clinic in or near Royal Leamington Spa ( in under 24hrs )
  • Warwickshire Home Detox: At home outpatient drug based alcohol detox plan
  • Warwickshire Residential Detox: Residential inpatient alcohol detox plan in Royal Leamington Spa
  • Counselling: At home counselling service in Royal Leamington Spa
  • Warwickshire Addictions Advice: Advice on Royal Leamington Spa based addiction services
  • Addiction HelpLine can help Royal Leamington Spa townspeople side step Warwickshire local authority bureaucracy and get you speedy experienced guidance and support.

Make today the day you save yourself or someone you care about. You're only one telephone call away from support.

Call 0808 1639632 to chat to one of our support team, today.



What is Extended Care?

What Happens After Rehab?

Going through rehab provides the individual with a solid foundation for their recovery, but it is only really meant as a first step in a long journey. By entering this type of treatment programme, the individual will be giving himself or herself the best possible start, but there will be no graduation day. If they fail to make further progress after they leave rehab, the individual can find him or herself to be back in the midst of addiction or turning to new maladaptive behaviours. There will also be other people who need more than what an initial rehab programme is able to offer. It is vital that the individual has a good plan for what happens after rehab or else they will be risking any progress that they have made thus far.

If you are worried about what happens after rehab, you can call us here on 0800 024 1476 (+44 203 1511488 outside the UK), and we will be able to discuss your concerns with you.

What is Extended Care?

It can be helpful to look at addiction treatment as being made up of different phases that would include:

  • Stage one – this is the detox stage and it can last from 10 days to 28 days. During this phase of recovery, the person’s number one priority will be to make it safely through withdrawal symptoms.
  • Stage two – this is the primary rehab treatment stage and it can last up to six months, but it tends to be about 90 days. During the primary stage, the individual will have the opportunity to pick up the basic tools they are going to need in order to break away from addiction.
  • Stage three – this is what can be referred to as extended care. The individual may continue to stay in a rehab programme for up to two years, and they will be expected to follow a schedule of treatment during this stage.

There are different types of extended care available such as:

  • Dry house (third stage houses) – these may look like normal homes, but the individual will be sharing it with other people in recovery and expected to follow an in-house programme. A key worker will usually have responsibility for this house, but they will not be there at nighttime and weekends unless there is an emergency. The person will have a great deal more freedom here than they would have in first stage rehab, but there will be rules that they have to follow. If they relapse, they will be automatically kicked out of the programme.
  • Third stage rehab – this is where the individual remains within the therapeutic community of rehab for up to two years.
  • Half way houses

The Benefits of Extended Care

Extended care can be beneficial for a number of reasons including:

  • The individual will be supported for longer in recovery, and this increases the chances of achieving permanent abstinence. There is good evidence to suggest that this type of longer programme leads to better outcomes.
  • The standard rehab programme only really offers a basic grounding in recovery because of time constraints. In order to make further progress, the individual will benefit from a longer program.
  • As the individual passes through the first year or so of recovery, they will face many challenges. It can be so helpful to get support while actually facing these challenges. The person will learn about the common traps in recovery, but they may not really appreciate this information at the time. By learning as they go, the individual will be much better able to deal with life as it comes.
  • Many people will have housing problems because of their addiction. This means that they will have nowhere suitable to go to after rehab. By choosing an extended care programme, the individual will not have to worry about housing right away. Many of these programmes will even come with promises of council housing in the local area at the end of the treatment so long as the individual remains sober.
  • Some people will struggle to cope with sober living even after they have been through rehab. These are often individuals who have been addicted for many years, and are just not used to dealing with day-to-day living. Many people will also fall into addiction at a young age before they have had the opportunity to develop appropriate coping mechanisms. By entering an extended care facility this person will be better able to develop the skills they need.
  • One of the great things about staying in this type of programme is that the individual will be able to test out their coping skills in a controlled environment. This means that they have more freedom to experiment.
  • Some individuals will be dealing with complex addictions where they will need support for longer. This will often include those people who have a dual diagnosis where they have a mental health problem alongside their addiction.  An example of this would be people dealing with depression – this can prevent them from making progress in recovery, so they need some additional support.
  • Some people will have tried different approaches to ending their addiction, and they now want to have the best possible chance of achieving this goal. By entering an extended care programme, the individual will be giving their recovery the best possible advantage.

Do You Need Extended Care?

Inpatient extended care is probably not something that everyone needs, but it is certainly something worth considering.


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