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Alcohol Rehab

If you or a family member are struggling with alcohol and are looking to access detox and alcohol rehabilitation, Port of Call are here to help. Our network of registered alcohol rehab clinics and our first hand experience of helping others, mean we are able to secure the most effective treatment for your needs. We pride ourselves on offering a compassionate and pragmatic service and we’re proud to have helped thousands of families access rehab treatment and recover from addiction.

To find out more about alcohol rehab programmes, costs and locations or to access rehab today, please call our confidential helpline.

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Mike from Manchester

“I wanted a single room and a gym and I didn’t like the 12 step approach. They found me the right place and I loved it”

Gill from Blackburn

“My Dad needed a lift into treatment on a Sunday while we were out of the country. Christine handled everything for us”

Susan from Wolverhampton

“I wanted somewhere caring and compassionate. Not a boot camp approach. I really enjoyed rehab and I'm sober 6 months on”


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When is alcohol rehab needed?

Put very simply, if alcohol is repeatedly causing serious problems in someone’s life, they are likely to be in need of alcohol rehab. When the negative consequences associated with someone’s drinking outweigh the benefits, their relationship with alcohol has become problematic and treatment for alcohol addiction is required. Talk to one of our team if you are worried that you, or a loved one may be showing signs of alcoholism and you would like to explore alcohol rehab treatment options.

Our alcohol rehab experts can guide you through the alcohol rehab treatment options that are available to you, or your loved one, so that you can focus on getting your life back.

By calling Port of Call today we can organise your admission into treatment immediately.

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What is Alcohol Rehab?

Alcohol Rehab is a course of treatment for alcohol addiction or dependency, usually at a residential facility. Alcohol rehab treatment options tend to be abstinence based and provide a rigorous programme of support and care for people who experience difficulty becoming alcohol free without intensive support. Alcohol rehab clinics often have a clinical team who can administer a detox, which ensures safer and more comfortable gradual withdrawal from alcohol.

Port of Call are proud to help clients access rehab across the UK and overseas. Our accredited therapists also offer individual and family consultations at our Head Office in Manchester. We offer free, independent and specialist advice to help you find the right alcohol rehab treatment option for you. Affordable treatment is available and recovery is possible.

Coming to terms with the fact that you, or someone you know, may have a problem with alcohol addiction can be a difficult and confusing time. Please call us for free today 08000029010, for expert and confidential alcohol addiction advice. Our addiction experts by experience will talk you through the recovery process and can help you gain immediate access to an alcohol recovery centre that is well-suited to your, or your loved one’s, needs. Whether you are looking for an alcohol rehab clinic close to home, or if you are looking to break free from your daily routines somewhere further afield, we can help direct you to the most suitable alcohol rehab treatment option for you.

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What is alcohol rehab like?

Alcohol rehabilitation is a course of treatment for alcohol dependency, often at a residential facility. Alcohol rehab clinics are abstinence based and provide an intense programme of support and care aimed at people who have difficulty becoming alcohol free without intensive support. Alcohol rehabilitation often has a clinical team who can administer an alcohol detox, which ensures safer and more comfortable withdrawal from alcohol.

What happens during alcohol rehab?

Each case is different and people with an alcohol addiction have different needs and wants. In order to confirm your need for residential addiction treatment, you should consider speaking to Port of Call. We can assess your needs and history and recommend a suitable alcohol rehab for your specific requirements, based on this information. Call us for free today on 08000029010, for expert and confidential alcohol addiction advice. Find more information about what happens in alcohol rehab here.

How effective is alcohol rehab?

Alcohol recovery centres save lives and restore families. It is a pivotal step towards recovery and is a vital accompaniment to the detox process. Alcohol recovery centres can offer treatments like individual counselling, group work, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), education, and relapse prevention. For alcohol addiction cases, it is generally most successful when carried out in a residential facility, as part of an intensive, structured, programme of treatment. To find out just how effective alcohol rehab can be, read through people’s real-life experiences of what undergoing alcohol rehabilitation was like for them.

How much does alcohol rehab cost?
If you think you can’t afford alcohol rehab , it is possible to apply for NHS funding for alcohol rehab, however this can often involve long referral periods. In order to secure quick admission to a private alcohol rehab facility, it is advisable to get in touch with Port of Call, as our addiction specialists will be able to guide you through this process. The cost of private alcohol addiction rehab can depend on many factors, including length of stay and location but, on average, private inpatient alcohol rehab clinics can cost from £1,000 to £5,600 per week, depending on personal requirements.

What is alcohol counselling?

Alcohol addiction counselling deals with the symptoms of alcohol addiction and can help guide the person dealing with an addiction by offering them a structured alcohol treatment programme. Offered as part of an alcohol rehabilitation programme, the aim of counselling is to alter an individual’s behaviour through employing the 12-step ideology and providing them with what they need in order to recover.

This is an imperative part of the recovery process as it not only focuses on helping the individual achieve long-term recovery, but also works to heal the damage caused by an alcohol addiction. Find out more about alcohol counselling here.

What is alcohol detox and what does it involve?

An alcohol detox often underpins the beginning of a person’s journey towards becoming addiction free. Alcohol detoxification allows a person to systematically and safely withdraw from alcohol abuse, usually under the supervision of a qualified clinician. Stopping drinking can result in symptoms of alcohol withdrawal emerging in people with a dependency, and that is why alcohol detoxes are designed to treat these immediate physical effects of withdrawal by removing the toxins that remain in the system.

How to choose alcohol rehab centres

If you, or a loved one, are suffering from alcohol addiction, and need help to give up, Port of Call can help you find the right alcohol rehab treatment option for you. There are a range of treatment options available and we can help you to navigate towards the right help at the right time, whether you need alcohol or drug rehab. Please call our free phone line on 08000029010.

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