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About Livingstone House

What we offer


Primary and Secondary Care


A family environment

Livingstone House Volunteers

Volunteers and champions play a huge part in the work we do.

Every little helps, from support driving, collections from food donors or delivering food parcels.

We offer training and Volunteering opportunities to appropriate candidates.

To volunteer please send in a CV and contact details to



CQC Report

Our CQC overall rating is Good!
5th April 2023

Inspirational stories

We are really proud to have helped so many people to rediscover themselves and reclaim their lives through our proven, 12-step programme. Read some inspiring stories from our former residents.

How do I begin?

If you have made the decision to change, we can support that process with medical, residential, pastoral and counselling therapies. It’s not an easy decision to make – and this is no holiday camp.

We know that this programme works. Many men are now living happy, fulfilling lives – with wives, families and careers – and are COMPLETELY drug and alcohol free, because of their commitment to living by the rules and programme of Livingstone House.

YOU make the decision to change…WE help you along the journey to recovery. It’s a partnership between us and you.

You can be referred by a healthcare professional or GP, or you can simply call us yourself and we will make an initial assessment over the phone.

If you fulfil our criteria, we will invite you to come to us on a specific day and time. You MUST attend when we tell you, or you may lose your place with us. When you come to Livingstone House, bring your clothes and personal items with you, for your stay.


Livingstone House Brochure

Everything you need to know about Livingstone House can be found in our short information brochure. Download your copy now.

Get it touch if you have any questions, or would like to discuss starting your own (or someone else’s) rehabilitation journey

Ready to make a change?
Please get in touch.

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