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In-patient Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centre in Woking

Last Updated: November 21st 2014

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

We are a nationwide non-profit health-care service provider delivering to Woking townspeople free twenty four hour access in Woking to professional alcohol treatment counselors. Located on the banks of the River Wey, the English town of Woking ( with 105,367 residents and 0.20%% of the populace of England ) has Woking townspeople that cope with the same life challenges as any other Surrey folk - and that includes ongoing challenges with addiction to alcohol.

If you are living in (or close to) the town of Woking and are enduring a life with an addiction to alcohol, know you are not the only one, and Addiction Helpline is online to assist you.

With 86,027 Woking townspeople of drinking age out of it's recorded population of 105,367, National stats seem to indicate that for Woking:

  • 5,810 Woking males are regular drinkers
  • 3,880 female Woking townspeople are habitual drinkers
  • 9,307 Woking women and men are very frequent drinkers
  • With 17,339 Woking townspeople in the town of sixty five and over, 1,956 men in Woking aged 65 and over are most likely to drink often with 1,237 female Woking townspeople of similar age also drinking alcohol regularly .
  • 3,121 Woking townspeople aged sixty five and over drunk alcohol on at least five days or more in the last 7 days ; a higher total than any other demographic
  • 520 Woking townspeople of pensionable age that are heavy drinkers
  • 2,008 school children in Woking may have had alcohol in the last 7 days
  • 586 11-15 yr old Woking townspeople in the town drink weekly
  • 33 eleven year olds in Woking think it is normal practice to be drunk weekly.
  • 590 15 year old Woking townspeople think it's acceptable to get drunk once in a week
  • 1,338 16-24 men-folk in Woking might be drinking over 2x the recommended alcohol consumption limits.
  • 1,137 sixteen to twenty four year olds could also be exceeding safe drinking guidelines
  • 3,347 16-24 year old Woking townspeople have drunk very heavily on at least one occasion during the last week.

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 Woking

If you stay in Woking in Surrey and are needing to enter alcohol rehab, you can call AH this minute for immediate guidance. Email us in private using the form on this page. Our Woking support line is available to anyone, including members of family, friends, managers and colleagues who are worried that in which alcoholism is affecting a person they care about. Calls to our Woking services are strictly confidential. We will never share information about you with anyone else. Our Woking addiction help team are fully trained to help with any type of alcohol related challenge.

AH alcohol rehab options include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: quick access to a rehab centre in or near Woking ( in under 24 hrs )
  • Private Counselling: At home counselling services in Woking
  • Surrey Home Detox: At-home outpatient drug based alcohol rehabilitation plan
  • Surrey Alcohol Advice: Advice on all Woking based addiction services
  • Addiction HelpLine can help Woking townspeople cut through the Surrey local health board red tape and plan for you swift experienced help and assistance.
  • Surrey Residential Detox: Residential inpatient alcohol detox plans in Woking

Make today the day you help yourself or someone you are worried about. You're only a 5 minute call away from success.

Call 0808 16 39 632 to speak to one of our advisors, today.



I need help for someone I care about who is affected by addiction

If someone you know is being affected by addiction, you may want to help them, but don’t know what to do, or how to go about it. You might keep putting it off, wondering if you would be doing the “right thing,” or hoping that the problem might just go away, or get better by its self. Sadly, this rarely happens, and if someone you care about if being affected by addiction then you should seek help, straight away.

You may have tried talking to the person you care about about their addiction problems. You’ll know this is fraught with difficulties and most likely they will deny they have a problem. Addicts always have an excuse, will become defensive, and may even become hostile to anyone questioning their habit. It can result in rifts in friendships as the addict may even try to avoid friends with “concerns,” as they tried to hide their ever increasing addiction. Addiction changes people’s personalities-and someone who had previously had a sunny open disposition may become moody, secretive and withdrawn. Addicts often isolate themselves away from family and friends as the addiction takes hold. The addict’s behaviour may become unacceptable to those close to them-having to deal with the mood swings, changes in personality and erratic behaviour that often accompanies addiction. They may have lied, stolen from or hurt their family members in order to maintain their addiction. Problems with, for example, drugs and alcohol are gambling can have a considerable strain on finances and an addict may seek any means possible to get money to fund their obsession.

It’s incredibly difficult to watch someone you love or care about suffer from any disease, and addiction is no different. It seems still the a lot of people think addiction is just a weakness in character or something the people just need to snap out of-if only it was that easy! Addiction is a real disease. It’s a progressive disease, and that means that, in the traditional sense it can’t be cured. But the good news is, it can be treated-and by arresting the symptoms and learning to manage compulsive behaviours with top class rehab care.

If someone you know is being affected by addiction, then it really is best to try and seek help as soon as possible. Addiction has a wide range of damaging effects, not just for the addict and their own health and well-being, for their families and friends and everyone close to them. Addiction loses people their jobs, their homes and their self-respect. In some cases, it can even lose them their lives.

If someone you care about is being affected by addiction, then call us today-we’re here to help.


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