Therapy and Support for Individuals and Families

The Living Room exists to promote access to quality treatment for those with addiction to drugs, alcohol and addictive behaviours such as eating disorders and self-harming. We also support their affected families, children and friends.
Addiction is an illness damaging not just to individuals, but harms families and children too. Addiction can lead to communities bearing the cost of antisocial or criminal behaviour and increased health and social welfare costs.
Up to 70 people a year leave our Stevenage centre free of addiction, we anticipate that 36 people a year will also gain abstinent recovery within our new but smaller St Albans centre. Each year many children in ‘looked after care’ are returned to parents who have gained recovery with us. Whilst many people re-enter employment, education or see their families once broken restored.

WE HELP PEOPLE TO ACHIEVE ADDICTION FREE LIVES

Warwick came to us in 2008, after eighteen years of abuse.These pictures of Warwick illustrate the effects of extensive heroin use.

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THE EFFECTS OF THE LIVING ROOM

Warwick today, after leaving treatment in May 2010. Real life success case.

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