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Private Residential Alcohol Rehab Clinics in Truro

Last Updated: November 22nd 2014

Alcohol rehab clinics and counselling in Truro and surrounding Cornwall area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

Our organisation is a nationwide not-for-profit addiction treatment provider delivering to Truro folk FREE 24hr access in Truro to fully qualified alcohol detoxification staff. The most southern city in Mainland Great Britain, the English city of Truro ( with 20,332 residents and 0.04%% of the populace of England ) has Truro folk that cope with similar life challenges as any other Cornwall folk - and that includes ongoing challenges with addiction to alcohol.

If you reside in (or near to) the city of Truro and have a problem with alcohol, know that you are not the only one, and we at Addiction Helpline are here to help.

With 16,600 Truro folk of drinking age out of it's recorded population of 20,332, National statistics could imply that for Truro:

  • 1,121 Truro males are habitual drinkers
  • 749 female Truro folk are habitual drinkers
  • 1,796 Truro males and females are drinking alcohol to excess
  • With 3,346 Truro folk in the city of sixty five and over, 377 males in Truro aged sixty five and older are most likely to drink often with 239 female Truro folk of similar age also consuming alcohol frequently .
  • 602 Truro folk aged sixty five and over consumed alcohol on at least five days or more in the last 7 days : a higher number than any other group
  • 100 Truro folk aged sixty five and over that may be abusing alcohol
  • 388 school pupils in Truro might have drunk alcohol in the past 7 days
  • 113 11-15 yr old Truro folk in the city drink regularily every week
  • 6 eleven year olds in Truro think it is acceptable practice to get drunk weekly.
  • 114 15 year old Truro folk think it is acceptable practice to be drunk once in a week
  • 258 sixteen to twenty four men-folk in Truro might be consuming over double the recommended alcohol intake limits.
  • 219 16-24 year olds could also be drinking to excess
  • 646 16-24 year old Truro folk have drunk too much at least once during the last 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 Truro

If you are based in Truro in Cornwall and are needing to enter alcohol rehab, why not phone AH right now for immediate guidance. Contact us in confidence using the form on this page. Addiction Helpline's Truro advice line is available to everyone, including members of family, friends, managers and associates who are worried with the way in which in which alcohol addiction is affecting a person they care for. Calls to our Truro services are confidential. AH will not share information about you with a third party. Our Truro addiction advisory team are fully prepared to deal with any type of addiction related problem.

Addiction Helpline alcohol treatment options include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: swift access to a treatment centre in or near Truro ( within 24 hrs )
  • Counselling: At home counselling service in Truro
  • Cornwall Home Detox: At-home outpatient drug based alcohol detoxification plans
  • Cornwall Addictions Guidance: Guidance on all Truro based addiction services
  • Addiction Helpline can help Truro folk in cutting through Cornwall health board red tape and plan for you rapid experienced guidance.
  • Cornwall Residential Detox: Residential inpatient alcohol detox programs in Truro

Make today the day you rescue yourself or someone you love. You're only one quick call away from success.

Call 0808 163 9632 to talk to a member of our team, today.



Is There a Path Out of Addiction in Truro?

We are convinced that there is a path away from addiction that will work for you. It may seem at the moment as if your life is out of control, but this is just due to the mental processes involved with addiction. Many of our team have needed to deal with their own substance abuse problems, so they will have a good idea of what you are going through. We have been able to break away from addiction, and so can you. The first thing you are going to have to do is take a leap of faith, and stop listening to those negative thoughts that want to keep you down. If you are in the Truro area and feel you need help, call us right away, or just text us on 66777 with the word “help” and we will call you right back.

The Helplessness of Addiction

The reason for why people can remain trapped in addiction is that they feel helpless and pessimistic. The reason for why they feel this way is to do with the process of addiction. It is as if their own thoughts are working against them to sustain the behaviour. Even when things become so bad that the individual is no longer caught up in denial, they will remain stuck because of the other ways that the substance abuse affects their thinking. The main reasons for why people remain helpless to overcome the addiction will include:

  • · One of the effects of the addiction process is that it lowers people’s self-esteem. This means that they no longer value themselves very highly. The individual can reach the sad stage of believing that the life of addiction is the best they can hope for in life. This means that even after they escape their denial they will continue with the behaviour because they feel it is their only option. The individual may believe that they deserve this life because of things they did in the past even though nobody deserves such suffering.
  • · One of the other damaging effects of being caught up in substance abuse is that it lowers the person’s self-efficacy. This is the belief they will have in their ability to accomplish something – in this case, ending an addiction. If the person does not believe that they will be able to break away from addiction, it will be highly unlikely that they will be able to do this. Every time that the individual tries to control their drinking or drug use and fails it can reduce their self-efficacy even further. Eventually, the individual reaches a stage of feeling completely hopeless, and they may just accept the misery of addiction as the best for which they can hope.
  • · Another reason for why people remain helpless in addiction is that they surround themselves by other people who are in the same boat. Humans are highly influenced by peer pressure and spending time with other people caught up in addiction will work to keep them trapped. This is why it is so important that those who are serious about breaking away from addiction leave these friends behind. It may sound harsh, but in order to break away from substance abuse the individual will need to stick with the winners.

Find Your Way Out of Addiction in Truro

There are some good addiction recovery options in Truro, and we will be able to help you find these. You can call us right now on 0800 140 4824 and we can discuss your situation and what might be the best path out of addiction for you. No two people are the exact same, and in order for you to have the best chance at breaking free you will want the addiction recovery options that are most suitable for your needs. This is where we come in – we are experts in the field of addiction treatment planning and we will almost certainly be able to suggest a path that will work for you.

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