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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.
Comfortable, homely accommodation
Training and vocational qualifications
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.
We are one of the few organisations to offer ‘charity’ beds, which require no contribution for the individual, helping to rehabilitate the most vulnerable in our communities, and help to get their lives back on track.
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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 …
Latest blog posts
Does substance abuse cause mental health problems?
It’s obvious that drugs and alcohol affect our moods, behaviour and actions. Lots of people have experienced the mental, emotional and physical negative effects of over-using drugs and alcohol. But, does alcohol and drug addiction affect your mental health?
What does safeguarding in a rehab centre look like?
Livingstone House has a duty to care for all of our residents. We protect and empower residents at risk of exploitation or abuse. Read about how our safeguarding policy and practices are validated by local authorities and the steps we take to prioritise our residents’ safety.
What’s the difference between rehab and a halfway house?
Sobriety is a journey, not an overnight fix. Read about the different stages of rehabilitation, the options of a halfway house and how to identify if you need to find a drug or alcohol rehabilitation centre to help you or a loved one.