Breaking the cycle of addiction

A charity supporting adults in Hertfordshire

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We are here for you on your abstinence recovery journey. You can make an appointment by phone or online. Our free, daily group therapy sessions take place at our hubs in Stevenage, St Albans and Watford or online via Zoom. 

We are taking referrals from adults that live in Hertfordshire, so take your first step towards recovery with us today, by using our enquiry form. Our team will respond within three working days.

You can also find helpful support from other services on our Referrals page.

If you need to speak with someone directly, you can call us between 9am - 4:30pm (Mon-Fri) on 0300 365 0304

Volunteers Week – 1-7 June 2023

Its Volunteers Week and we are taking the opportunity to put our brilliant volunteers under the spotlight.


Author: Emma Wiggins

General Donation

For 2023, we need your help to raise £40,000 towards breaking the cycle of addiction. Your donations help people on their recovery journey from addiction.


Author: Cerise James

Target amount: £40,000.00

Amount raised: £8,797.45


Felicity's Story

Felicity used alcohol from an early age to escape from trauma and loneliness. 16 years later, she's genuinely happy for the first in her life. Read on to find out how she turned her life around.


Author: Sam Larkin

How do we reach people who are underrepresented in addiction services?

It can be hard to ask for help if you don’t think the helper fully understands you, which is why we're asking how we can reach people who are underrepresented in addiction services.


Author: Sam Larkin

Family and Carers

Useful referral infomration for family and carers of those living with addiction.


Author: Mark Wiseman

Our impact


The number of adults and children who accessed our services to receive treatment in 2018/19


is how much it costs to successfully treat a service user at The Living Room

10 months

The average stay in treatment for adults who then go on to stay in long term recovery


Success rate for treating clients suffering with alcohol addiction (compared to a national average of 33%)

Download our At a Glance sheet for a more detailed Impact report