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Welcome to Alcohol Advice UK

Are you worried that you might have a drinking problem? Perhaps you have considered seeking rehab treatment for alcohol addiction because you are worried about how alcohol dependency is affecting your life and the life of your loved ones. The most important thing to know is that you are not alone. Thousands of people throughout the UK struggle with alcohol addiction. Recognising that you have a problem and have a desire to change your life is the first step towards your recovery.

With You All the Way

We offer FREE advice and support to finding the best treatment option tailored to suit your needs. Entering rehab is a huge step for anybody, but it is one of the most positive steps you can take. We help you to get to where you want to be, to see there is a life after alcohol addiction and to give you the support you need throughout the recovery journey. One call to our supportive and sympathetic team is all it takes to start that journey. From there, we will be with you every step of the way.

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Our Approach

At the heart of our alcohol rehab treatments is the dedication and passion to help our clients to become liberated from the hold that alcohol has over their lives. Our advice and treatments are tailored to suit your individual requirements so that they result in the best possible outcome for you. No matter how deep in addiction you feel you are, we can help you through recovery and the wonderful life that is waiting for you beyond.

Lasting Change For a Better Life

When you enter alcohol addiction rehab, you aren’t doing it on a whim, you aren’t doing it for a few weeks. You are entering rehab to change your life forever. That might seem like an impossible prospect to you right now but with our carefully designed treatment programs and dedicated care and support, we will help you to achieve lasting change for a happier and healthier life.

Your Safe Space

Above all else, you can rest assured that Alcohol Advice UK is a safe, private and confidential service for families who are affected by alcohol addiction. We want to be your safe space, a place you can come for advice and support on how to get your life back on track and leave a life controlled by alcohol far behind you.

Your Recovery Starts Here

Whether you approach us about your own addiction or you are concerned about a loved one and how alcohol is affecting family life, we are here to help. Our advice and support have been fostered out of personal experience and so we understand the struggle and the impact that alcohol can have on everybody.

To find out more about our alcohol addiction programs, speak to us today. We would be delighted to help you on the road to recovery.

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What We Do

Alcohol Advice UK is here to help you to achieve lasting change for a happier and healthier life.



Free Non Judgemental Confidential Advice Helping Find A Private Treatment Solution For You Or Your Family Member



We Will Listen To Your Personal Circumstances And Recommend A Treatment Program That Fits You Or Your Family Member

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What Help Can We Offer?

This question may be confusing for some. First of all, one must understand that every person has experienced problems from time to time. Some problems can be big and others very small, but everyone experiences life’s problems, but the person must make the right decision on how to deal with them.

Most people suffering from alcoholism have a very difficult time realizing that alcohol is the root of many of their problems. And any alcoholic must think about how many of their problems can be related to alcohol? Many alcoholics refuse to acknowledge the link between the two. This is because the person will be in denial about their alcoholism.

Denial means to turn a blind eye to a problem or pretend there is not a problem. So all in all, if the alcoholic can realize that the majority of their problems are caused by alcohol, then the person is one step closer to overcoming alcoholism.

Whenever someone is making the decision to overcome alcoholism, they must ask themselves this question, and the answer must be ‘yes ‘or ‘no’. Getting sober means to stop completely, meaning not trying to set limits or cut down, but quit.

Many alcoholics realise that they have a problem, but they either enjoy drinking or the consequences or even pain is not great enough to make them want to stop. In order to overcome alcoholism, this answer to this question must be yes for the alcoholic to have a chance at sobriety.

“I can stop whenever I want to, I just don’t feel like it yet, I know I should stop now, but…” These are common statements that a person suffering from alcoholism will say; these statements can block the alcoholic from making a decision to overcome alcoholism.

The idea of never drinking again may seem very overwhelming for an alcoholic. This can cause some alcoholics to come up with any reason to not make that first step to getting help and becoming sober. But they must overcome this fear and answer yes to the question above, this will be the only way they will have a chance at getting clean.

Making the decision to quit drinking may not be enough. Many alcoholics will need to get help from professionals at a rehab. Many will actually begin at a rehab and then continue their sobriety by attending support groups and counsellors in their hometown.

Getting help at a rehab will not only give the person the knowledge and tools to overcome alcoholism, but will also teach the person how to live a sober life once they return back home. Rehabs will teach the person how to deal with their cravings and how to spot their triggers.

Most alcoholics will answer yes to the above question, once they do this they must decide whether they will need to go to a detox center before going to rehab. If they are unsure they should speak to a medical professional.

An alcoholic should also develop a recovery plan and be prepared to use it. Not having a plan or having a poor plan can lead to a relapse. Most alcoholics will have help coming up with the best plan that fits their needs during their stay at rehab.

An alcoholic can develop a top notch plan, but if they do not implement it, the plan is absolutely pointless. It is very common for a person to take several approaches to overcome alcoholism; they get sober and then become too content or too comfortable, then they relapse.

They must understand that recovery is a long process; they will have to face many challenges and overcome many obstacles. To overcome alcoholism, the person must remain persistent, be aware of what they are feeling, and use their prevention plan whenever necessary.

Get in Touch with Us

Speak to Alcohol Advice UK today. We would be delighted to help you on the road to recovery.

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