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Addiction Therapy and Support for Individuals and Families

We, The Living Room Hertfordshire, are an award-winning addiction recovery charity founded in 2000, to provide abstinence-based therapy and support in the community. Read more

Support for all

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Family and friends counselling

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Become a Supporter of The Living Room - SOTLR

Are you interested in supporting the work we do? Do you have skills, energy and time to make a difference? Do you like being part of a social group with a community purpose? Why not become a Supporter of the Living Room and help to raise funds, give your time to a worth cause and have fun? Read more

Your first day at The Living Room

By choosing to come to The Living Room, you've chosen to take a huge step towards long term recovery. Here's what to expect. Read more

Our Approach

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Our Values

Welcoming, non-judgmental, flexible, quality, belonging Read more

Our Vision

Our Mission is to provide treatment for adults with the illness of addiction and to support their family members, in Hertfordshire and other areas of the UK. Read more

Our Team

Our trustees are all volunteers with professional backgrounds who bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to support the charity. They are an active and dedicated board ensuring The Living Room achieves its mission. Read more

Alcohol Addiction

If you are dependent on alcohol, you will have found it difficult to cut down or give up - especially if you've tried to do so alone. The effects of alcohol addiction can be devastating to the individual as well as family and friends. Realising you've got a problem with alcohol is the first big step to getting help. Read more

Illegal drug addiction

Some drugs, such as heroin, are physically addictive with the user finding he/she needs to take more in order to prevent withdrawal. Others, such as cocaine and amphetamines, do not produce severe withdrawal symptoms but can be just as addictive. Read more

Eating Disorders

People often suffer with eating disorders for many years before seeking help, making recovery an often painstaking process. Read more

Gambling Addiction

Compulsive gambling can harm your health and relationships, and leave you in serious debt. If you have a problem with gambling and you would like to stop, support is available. Read more