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Livingstone House UK

At Livingstone House, we offer residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation programmes for men aged 18-64. Residents participate in a 12 Step Recovery Programme, that is tailored to their needs. Support is not just geared towards abstinence, but designed to meet each individual’s mental, spiritual and emotional needs too.

Our facilities

Comfortable, homely accommodation

The object of Livingstone House is to provide a family environment where Service Users can access help for their addiction, using a 12 Step Programme, in conjunction with any alternative therapies that support recovery.

Treatment areas

Livingstone House provides detoxification for addictive substances in a controlled and medically supervised environment via an agreed clinically indicated detoxification protocol all facilitated within the 12 Step Programme (talking therapy).

Training and vocational qualifications

At Livingstone Lodge residents are encouraged to reintegrate back into the community, attend 12 step fellowship meetings and pursue educational, training and vocational qualifications.

Support us

Livingstone House is a not-for-profit organisation. We rely heavily on support of funds generated from local councils, individuals and our partners to provide our services to our residents.

How we use your donations

residents completed our programme in 2022
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average score out of 10 for 'peer motivation' in our annual user survey
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average score out of 5 for rehabilitation sessions in our annual user survey
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per cent of our alcohol detox residents successfully completed their stay with Livingstone House
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Inspirational story

POF’s Story

The residents and staff, who are so incredible are always there, and they understand.   I walked into Livingstone House in April 2020 as a 23 year old scared, lost and broken man. I got clean back in 2019 through the 12 steps of AA/NA for 14 months, but my ...
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