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Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction and dependency is becoming an increasing issue in today’s society with more than 9 million people drinking more than their recommended daily limits (Alcoholconcern.org.uk). Although alcohol is part of many people’s daily lives, how do you know when if you have an addiction or dependency? Alcohol addiction not only affects you physically, but also emotionally, socially and psychologically.

How do you know when you have an alcohol addiction?

There are lots of misconceptions about ‘being an alcoholic’ and it is these misconceptions that can prevent people seeking help. Many alcoholics drink every day but someone suffering from an alcohol addiction may not drink every day, yet they are still dependent on alcohol.

People often think of alcoholics as being the homeless person drinking cans in the park, but alcohol addiction can affect anyone from any walk of life, age, race or economic background. Often people will hide their addiction out of shame, or a belief that they can deal with it themselves, but like other illnesses, seeking professional help will achieve a much better outcome. After all, you wouldn’t try and treat something like diabetes without seeking medical help, your addiction is no different.

Physical risks of alcohol addiction

People with alcohol dependency will often experience an increase in accidents and injuries, a general deterioration in health as well as specific health conditions as a direct result of the alcohol:

  • Physical symptoms of withdrawal
  • Loss of weight and malnutrition
  • Liver disease
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Neurological problems
  • Stomach problems
  • Osteoporosis (especially in women)

Mental Health Risks of Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol misuse and mental health problems often go hand in hand. It could be
an escalation of existing conditions or the result of the dependency.

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Self-harm
  • Insomnia
  • Paranoia
  • Hallucinations
  • Aggression

Are you worried that you or a loved one may be suffering from alcohol addiction and in need of professional, residential support?

Call us on 01226 422 545 for a confidential discussion

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Services we offer

Alcohol Detox

Pharmalogical detox under medical supervision in a residential environment.


Alcohol Rehab

A range of therapies giving you the tools to stay sober, clean and live a full life


Drug Detox

Pharmalogical detox under medical supervision in a residential environment.


Drug Rehab

A range of therapies giving you the tools to stay drug free, clean and live a full life


Treatments we offer

Cannabis Addiction

We're here to treat cannabis addiction.


Cocaine Addiction

We deal with all levels of cocaine addiction.


Heroin Addiction

We offer compassionate heroin addiction treatment.


Linwood House

We are in Barnsley, with good road access to the M1 and UK motorways. If you live within 50 miles we can arrange a taxi service to collect you free of charge.


We are pleased to announce that we are re-opening Linwood House on Monday 6th July but, in the interests of safety, this will be a limited service.

For the safety of our residents and staff, we have made changes to the way that some of our services operate in order for us to be classed as a “COVID-19 Secure” facility.

We are open to provide residential rehabilitation services for drugs and alcohol and we are now pleased to offer support with gambling addiction (we have been busy).

Please drop us a line using the message facility or call us directly.

Thank you for your continued patience during this time of uncertainty.

We will continue to post updates as things develop so please do keep checking our website, Facebook and Twitter pages for updates, advice and support.

The safety and wellbeing of our residents (past, present and future) is our highest priority and we shall continue supporting people as much as we possibly can during this difficult time.

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