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Extended Care

Life Works Day Care Programme

At Life Works, we have created a day care program designed for people who would like support or advice on transitioning into a healthier, life.

Our day care program welcomes all types of addictions, eating disorders, depression anxiety and most other mood and behavioural disorders. Together with our highly trained counsellors, you can get the help and advice you need to get back your life.

Along with our amazing staff, the Life Works facility is a haven for rest and stress relief. Nestled in Old Woking Surrey, our grade II listed residential facility in provides a safe, relaxing and healing space in which people can continue work on their recovery.

If you would like to know more about our day care or you would like to enrol in treatment, you can call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 of fill out our contact form.

Life Works also provides after care for anyone who has already gone through a treatment program. For more information, you can call us or visit our after care page.

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