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Residential Detoxification Clinics in Wakefield

Last Updated: June 1st, 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 provide counselling and support in Wakefield and 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 Wakefield 24 HR access to qualified rehab counsellors, at no cost. They can tell you about the resources available at our local addiction treatment centres.

Found on the River Calder, on an eastern edge of the Pennines, the city of Wakefield is in West Yorkshire in the North of England. It has 99,251 residents and 0.19%% of the total recorded population of England. The people of Wakefield have had to face the same problems as other West Yorkshire folk, including fights with alcohol.

If you live in or around Wakefield and battling addiction, you are not alone. If you are feeling low and it seems like nobody cares, Addiction Helpline certainly does. There is so much we can do to help.

With 81,034 Wakefield townspeople of drinking age out of it's recorded population of 99,251, Government figures would imply that for Wakefield:

  • 5,473 Wakefield males are habitual drinkers
  • 3,655 female Wakefield townspeople are regular drinkers
  • 8,767 Wakefield men and woman are drinking alcohol to excess
  • With 16,332 Wakefield townspeople in the city of 65 and over, 1,843 males in Wakefield aged sixty five and over are most likely to drink habitually with 1,165 female Wakefield townspeople of similar age also consuming alcohol often .
  • 2,940 Wakefield townspeople aged 65 and over drunk alcohol on five or more days in the last 7 days ; a higher total than any other group
  • 490 Wakefield townspeople over sixty five that could be heavy drinkers
  • 1,892 school children in Wakefield could have consumed alcohol in the past seven days
  • 552 11-15 year old Wakefield townspeople in the city drink every week
  • 31 eleven year olds in Wakefield think it is acceptable to get drunk weekly.
  • 556 15 year old Wakefield townspeople think it is okay to get drunk once in a week
  • 1,260 16-24 men-folk in Wakefield might be consuming more than 2x the government alcohol intake limits.
  • 1,071 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be abusing alcohol
  • 3,153 16-24 year old Wakefield townspeople have drunk too much at least once in the past 7 days.

References:

  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 Wakefield

If you live in Wakefield and need 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 services include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: immediate access to a rehabilitation clinic in Wakefield (in under 24 hrs)
  • 121 Counselling: At home counselling service in Wakefield.
  • West Yorkshire Home Detox: At home outpatient alcohol or drug rehab treatment plan, using medication.
  • West Yorkshire Addictions Guidance: Guidance on all Wakefield based addiction services, including drug and alcohol rehab centres.
  • Addiction Helpline (AH) can help Wakefield townspeople in cutting through West Yorkshire local health board bureaucracy and plan for you quick professional help.
  • West Yorkshire Residential Detox: Residential inpatient detoxification plans in Wakefield.

Make today the day you help yourself or someone you love. You are only a five minute phonecall away from success.

Contact our alcohol rehab centres on 0808 16 39 632 to speak to one of our support team, right now.



Counselling

Almost all the addiction treatment options involve some type of counselling. The reason why this approach is so often used is that it can be so effective. Humans are social animals and we develop our identity through our interactions with other people. The benefits of counselling for people dealing with addiction are many and have a wide range of positive effects. If you would like to find out more about detoxification or withdrawal, call our alcohol and drug rehab clinics in your area. We have the treatment programs available to set you on the road to recovery.

Benefits of Counselling

  • The therapist and the client can develop a therapeutic relationship. This means that the client will be positively influenced because of this motivation.
  • Counselling can increase a person’s self-esteem. This in turn increases their motivation to quit the addiction and make other positive changes in their life.
  • This type of treatment can allow the individual to safely delve down into the roots of their problems. This is important because if these roots are not dealt with, they will keep on causing mischief.
  • The therapist can use motivational techniques to increase the person’s determination to build a good life free of addiction. This type of motivational interviewing can even work with those individuals who are initially resistant to recovery.
  • A therapist can act as a reality check for the individual. It is usual for people who are caught up in addiction to be trapped in denial and faulty thinking. Counselling guides the individual to a place where they can see the reality of their situation.
  • Many of those who are dealing with addiction will have suffered emotional or physical traumas. These sessions can allow the individual to come to terms with what has happened to them.
  • Part of counselling will be for the individual to set goals and then work towards these.
  • Regular counselling provides a feedback mechanism by which they will be able to judge their own progress. It can be easy for the individual to miss out on how much progress they are making unless this is actually pointed out to them.
  • These sessions are a means of getting support and encouragement.

These are just some of the ways that counselling can be helpful to those who are dealing with addiction problems. This is something that is likely to be a huge part of any treatment programme that the individual follows, so there can be many questions and concerns. If you want to find out more about what you can expect with alcohol or drug addiction counselling, and what your options are in this regard, you can contact us here on 0800 140 4824 ( +44 203 1511488 for those who are outside the UK).

Counselling and Motivation

One of the main reasons for why people remain trapped in addiction for years is that they lack the motivation to quit. This is because alcohol and drug abuse drains the person’s motivation. It does this by lowering their self-efficacy – their belief in their own ability to achieve sobriety. Every time the individual tries to control their drinking or drug use and fails it causes them to feel that little bit more hopeless and powerless. This repeated failure lowers their self-efficacy. One way to increase the person’s self-efficacy is by motivational interviewing, and this can be an important part of counselling. It means that the individual can be encouraged to take charge of their life, so they can take things in a more positive direction.

Counselling in Rehab

All the alcohol and drug rehab programmes will involve plenty of counselling sessions. As well as the one to one therapy sessions with the therapist, the individual will also be expected to take part in group therapy sessions. This is where the residents act as their own therapists as they collectively work towards solutions for their common problems.

Counselling and Anonymity

In order for a therapeutic relationship to develop between a client and a therapist, there needs to be a great deal of trust. The client has to know that the information they give will never be used against them, or fall into the hands of anyone else. This is why anonymity is one of the cornerstones of this relationship, so the client can be honest and open about what is going on inside their head. It is often said in recovery circles that we are as sick as our secrets, and one of the great benefits of counselling is that the individual need no longer hide anything. In order for them to get the most out of this relationship, they will need to be trusting and completely open about their life.

Continued Counselling After Rehab

Just because the individual has made it through drug or alcohol rehab does not mean that they can no longer benefit from some type of therapy. In fact, it would be more realistic to see the counselling that the person receives while in treatment as just laying the foundation for future work. In order for the individual to truly take their life in the right direction, they may benefit from more therapy sessions following rehab. This is something that some people will require more than others will, but it is certainly an option worth considering if the individual feels like they are struggling in their new life.


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