Linwood Manor
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About Linwood Manor

Alcoholism Treatment Centre

Linwood ManorLinwood Manor treatment centre is an elegant Victorian manor house which has recently been refurbished to provide a welcoming and comfortable retreat.

Set in approximately four acres of mature, lawned gardens, Linwood Manor is located in the heart of the Lincolnshire countryside.

This tranquil environment is ideal for those who wish to experience complete discretion and confidentiality whilst receiving treatment for alcohol problems.

We offer safe place in which to focus on changing the negative behaviour patterns associated with alcoholism which may have disrupted client's lives and the lives of family, friends and colleagues.

Alcoholism Treatment Programme

The programme of recovery at Linwood Manor has been designed for people seeking help and support with alcohol problems and other emotional difficulties and addictive behaviours.

We also provide an alcohol detox programme at our our new dedicated detox centre in South Yorkshire, Linwood Park.

Our Approach

  • An escape from outside pressures and to allow time for reflection and re-grouping
  • A private, relaxing and supportive environment
  • An individually tailored therapy programme

Read more about our approach, our staff or contact Linwood Manor...

Professional Accreditations & Standards

All Linwood Manor therapeutic staff are members of the Federation of Drug & Alcohol Professionals (FDAP) and UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) accredited.

All policies and procedures at Linwood Manor comply with UK government Drugs & Alcohol National Occupational Standards (DANOS) guidelines.

Mimosa Healthcare Group Limited - Where People Matter

Linwood Manor is part of the Mimosa Healthcare Group.


Call Now for Free, Expert Advice

Call now on 0800 066 4173 for advice in complete confidentiality or use our online enquiry form. Alternatively if you are calling from a mobile phone or from overseas, call 01226 698 054.

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