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Starting Alcohol Addiction Treatment at Life Works

How to start your recovery at Life Works

alcohol addiction treatment Starting alcohol addiction treatment at Life Works is easy. Simply call us at or fill out a contact form. Your calls and emails will be taken by our enquiries team who can speak to you about your alcohol abuse and address any issues or questions you may have.

In the conversation, the enquiry taker will find out more about your addiction as well as trying to better understand your personal needs. This helps Life Works best cater to individuals and gives us some baseline information for when a client starts alcohol addiction treatment.

If you are interested in our alcohol addiction treatment you can call us at 0800 081 0700 or fill in our contact form.

What happens next?

When you call, Life Works enquiries team will set up an assessment. This can be done over the phone or in person. For the client, it is a chance to ask any questions, see Life Works alcohol addiction treatment facility and discuss your treatment. For Life Works enquires staff, it is a chance to get to know you. This helps us best understand each client’s addiction and tailor their treatment accordingly. We also use the assessment to make sure we are the right place for each client to receive treatment.

Once the assessment is over we can admit you to Life Works. Often times we can assess and admit on the same day which makes it easy for clients who want immediate alcohol addiction treatment.

What will happen when I admit for treatment at Life Works?

Upon arrival at Life Works, you will be met by our enquiries team. They will welcome you to the building and answer any last minute questions you may have.

The enquiries person who meets you will take you to the nursing team who will help check you into your room and take care of any prescribed medications you may have with you. It is important to remember to bring these medications in their original packaging and hand them over to nursing for safe keeping.

We have put together a packing list to make preparing for Life Works more manageable. It includes a list of things you can and cannot bring including recommendations for things to pack. Download PDF.

If you admit on a weekday you will also meet your primary counsellor on your first day. If you admit during the weekend, you will have to wait until Monday. Your primary counsellor will help you with anything you may need and is your primary point of contact thorough treatment.

You will also have a buddy assigned to you. This is another client who can answer basic questions about Life Works and show you the ropes.

If you are ready to start your recovery, Life Works alcohol rehabilitation centre is here to help. You can call us right now at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

What will treatment be like?

People admitting to Life Works are often anxious or worry about what alcohol rehabilitation will be like. To ease these fears, we have put together a list of daily activities. 

  • 8:00 Eat breakfast
  • 8:30 Take medication if needed
  • 9:00-11:00 Various treatments
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 13:30-17:45 Various treatments
  • 18:00 Dinner
  • Evening support meetings and bed

To learn more about the different treatments at Life Works, check out our Treatment Methods.

Start your alcohol addiction treatment by calling us at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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