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Treatment Programmes

Life Works Community - The GrangeLife Works is a private addiction treatment centre that excels in treating behavioural health issues, we provide treatment programmes for a range of addictions and disorders within a confidential and beautiful Georgian manor in Woking, Surrey.

We are overseen by the Care Quality Commission and was recently awarded 3 stars "Excellent" rating for our superior quality services - the highest level and given to only a small number of providers.

Please click on one of the links below to see more information about that particular treatment programme:

If you would like to call us to discuss our available treatments, what they entail and how we can help you, please do so on 0800 081 0700 or send us a confidential email here.

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    We offer a comprehensive range of treatment methods, allowing us to create a programme most suited to your needs.

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    See why choosing Life Works is the first step in getting the right treatment for you. Call us to learn more or set up a meeting.

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