Livingstone Lodge

Livingstone Lodge

Livingstone Lodge is the Sober Living Environment attached to Livingstone House and Livingstone Sanctuary.

Once residents have completed their residential stay they are given the option of moving to the Lodge.

Here they will continue to attend for aftercare at Livingstone House and have two structured groups per week. Residents are still expected to adhere to a specific set of conditions of residence and house expectations whilst resident at Livingstone Lodge.

Whilst at Livingstone Lodge residents are encourage to reintegrate back into the community, attend 12 step fellowship meetings and pursue educational, training and vocational qualifications. In addition we encourage the independent development of the living and life skills which residents have gained whilst in treatment.

What happens at Livingstone Lodge?

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Explore our other treatment facilities

Livingstone House

Livingstone House is the detoxification and primary treatment centre. This is the first port of call for all people who are admitted to the programme.

Livingstone Sanctuary

Livingstone Sanctuary is a 3 storey building in the Heart of Birmingham which is the secondary unit for Livingstone House.

Livingstone Sober Home

Transitional residence offering support / continued structure and guidance, but with freedom for residents to make more of their own choices.

Serenity House

This is our primary house which offers 7 beds. It is immediately situated next door to Livingstone House and it is interconnected.

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