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Life Works is a leading behavioural health clinic that specialises in the treatment of addictions and a variety of behavioural health issues. If you would like help or advice on any of the various addictions & disorders we treat here, you can get in touch with us below. 

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Please call us now on 0800 081 0700.

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Our Location

Life Works Community Ltd

The Grange
High Street

Old Woking
Surrey
GU22 8LB

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We are conveniently located close to:

  • London Heathrow airport (30 mins away)
  • London Gatwick airport (30 mins away)
  • Central London (40 mins away)
  • Woking rail station (5 mins by taxi)
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