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Discrete Alcohol Detox Centres in Willenhall

Last Updated: November 10th 2014

Alcohol rehab clinics and counselling in Willenhall and surrounding West Midlands area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

Our network is a nationwide nonprofit alcohol treatment service provider providing to Willenhall townspeople FREE twenty four hour access in Willenhall to fully qualified alcohol detoxification consultants. South of Essington, West of Walsall, North of Dudley and East of Wolverhampton, the English town of Willenhall ( with 51,429 residents and 0.10% of the populace of England ) has Willenhall townspeople that struggle with the same life challenges as any other West Midlands town resident - and that includes problems with alcohol addiction.

If you are living in the town of Willenhall and struggle with alcoholism, know that you are not alone, and that our counselors are here to assist you. Like every other town in West Midlands it's not unusual for an alcohol problem to start at a young age or at a later stage in life.

With 41,990 Willenhall townspeople that can drink out of it's total population of 51,429, Nationwide statistics would indicate that for Willenhall:

  • 2,836 Willenhall males are frequent drinkers
  • 1,894 female Willenhall townspeople are frequent drinkers
  • 4,543 Willenhall men and women are very frequent drinkers
  • 8,463 Willenhall townspeople in the town of sixty five and over
  • 955 men in Willenhall aged sixty five and older are expected to drink alcohol habitually
  • 604 female Willenhall townspeople of similar age also drinking often .
  • 1,523 Willenhall townspeople aged 65 and over consumed alcohol on at least 5 or more days in the previous week ; a higher number than any other demographic
  • 254 Willenhall townspeople aged sixty five and over that could be very heavy drinkers
  • 980 school children in Willenhall could have had alcohol in the past 7 days
  • 286 11-15 yr old Willenhall townspeople in the town drink every week
  • 16 11 year olds in Willenhall think it is normal practice to drink alcohol weekly.
  • 288 15 year old Willenhall townspeople think it is acceptable practice to get drunk once a week
  • 653 sixteen to twenty four men-folk in Willenhall may be consuming over twice the government alcohol consumption limits.
  • 555 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be exceeding safe drinking guidelines
  • 1,634 sixteen to twenty four year old Willenhall townspeople have perhaps drunk too much at least once during the past week.

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 Willenhall

If you are staying in Willenhall in West Midlands and are looking to enter alcohol rehabilition, why not call or email us this instant for instant assistance. Email us in confidence using the form on this page. Our Willenhall support line is available to all, including family members, friends, employers and work mates who find themselves worried that in which alcoholism is ruining a person they care about. Calls to our Willenhall services are confidential. We will not share information you provide with anyone else. Our Willenhall addiction advisory staff are fully qualified to deal with any type of addiction related problem.

Addiction Helpline alcohol rehabilitation services include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: speedy access to a rehab centre in Willenhall ( within 24hrs )
  • West Midlands Home Detox: At home outpatient drug based alcohol rehabilitation plan
  • West Midlands Residential Detox: Residential in-patient detox plan in Willenhall
  • Private Counselling: At home advisory service in Willenhall
  • West Midlands Addictions Advice: Advice on Willenhall based addiction services
  • We can help Willenhall townspeople in cutting out West Midlands local authority bureaucracy and plan for you quick professional aid and support.

Make today the day you rescue yourself or someone you love. You're only a 5 minute phonecall away from success.

Contact us on 0808 16 39 632 to talk to a member of our team, right now.



Getting Help for a Friend

Do you know someone you suspect may have some sort of addiction problem? If so, you are not alone. Addiction is a growing problem across the UK – a problem that touches people of every age, sex, race, and income level. What’s more, addiction is not confined to just drugs and alcohol. People can be addicted to behaviours that include gambling, overeating and sex.

As the friend of someone suffering from addiction, you are concerned about that person’s well-being and safety. Yet you may not know what it is you can do to help. That’s understandable. Addiction Helpline is here to answer those questions and provide the support services you need.

Signs of Addiction

Every case of addiction is different. That said, there are some common signs of addiction that are fairly accurate in drawing the line between abuse and addiction. Some of the more common signs you can look for include:

  • inexplicable mood swings
  • personality changes, including increased secrecy
  • a change in social circles
  • changes in physical appearance, especially weight loss
  • unexplained absences for long periods of time
  • unexplained instances of missing personal property.

If you have observed any of these signs in relation to your friend, he or she may be addicted to some substance or compulsive behaviour. You should consider getting in touch with Addiction Helper as soon as you can. The more quickly you get involved, the greater the chances of helping your friend overcome his or her addiction.

If you read the above signs and you are still not sure, call us anyway. We can advise you on the proper course of action based on what you tell us. We will advise you where to find professional help if that’s appropriate.

Your Friend Must Help Him or Herself

It is important for you to understand that no matter how much you care for your friend, you can do nothing for him or her until they are ready to help themself. They need to come to a place where they have had enough of their addiction and are ready to change their ways. This is sometimes referred to as ‘hitting rock bottom’.

You may be able to encourage him or her to reach that place through something known as an intervention. An intervention confronts the individual and forces them to come face-to-face with their addiction. Most importantly, it forces them to realise that their addictive behaviour is harming other people.

If an intervention is successful, your friend will see the place they are in and make the decision to accept help. At that point, you need to act quickly. Therefore, it is important for you to find out what the treatment options are prior to conducting an intervention. That way you can get your friend into rehab before they change their mind.

What We Do

Addiction Helpline is an independent referral service helping addicts, their families and their friends access a full compendium of addiction recovery services. We take all of the hassle out of arranging addiction recovery by doing the work for you. You will be pleased to know that all of the assistance we provide is both confidential and free of charge.

When you call us on behalf of your addicted friend, we will apprise you of all of the available options for treatment. We can even connect you with services that will help the addict’s family. When your friend eventually does make the decision to come clean, we can even help make admissions, payment, and transportation arrangements.

You do not have to do the legwork to find an appropriate treatment centre or program. Let us handle that. All we need do is call us on the phone or send us an e-mail. Doing so could be the most important thing you have ever done for your friend.


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