Castle Craig London provides expert outpatient addiction treatment in London

Offering treatment excellence in London

Castle Craig hospital is the largest inpatient rehab treatment centre in Europe

Castle Craig Hospital Changing lives since 1988

Smarmore Castle is located in the beautiful Irish countryside

Smarmore Castle Private Clinic Outstanding treatment in Ireland

 

Why Castle Craig London?

Our treatment approach is to provide high quality medical and holistic treatment for alcohol, drug and other addictions. Castle Craig has been the UK’s leading treatment provider for 30 years. Our residential rehabilitation clinics are close to Edinburgh and Dublin and provide the most advanced inpatient treatment available in Europe in a discreet and beautiful setting. Our service in London provides diagnostic, referral and continuing care services.

 

A Leading and Dedicated Treatment Provider

Contact us today to discuss your problems and to learn about the treatment we can offer to you or your loved one, or your patient. Our attentive staff welcome your call today.

Email us 020 3468 6602

Our Treatment Centres

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Our Team

Castle Craig London Our Team

 

Our medical team include Dr. Margaret Ann McCann, Professor Jonathan Chick, Dr. Florian Kaplick and Dr. Maria Kelly. Our therapy staff work with the medical team as part of a multidisciplinary treatment model.

Meet the Team

How it Works

Contact us

Call us on 020 3468 6602 and we will assist you with your treatment request.


Our admissions team can arrange an appointment with a professional that is best suited to your needs.


Meet one of our practitioners who will carry out an assessment, and explain how we can create a personalised treatment plan.

 

Recovery stories: Louise

Louise C. runs a successful family business in Scotland that employs 90 people. But she very nearly lost all of this, and her life, due to chronic alcoholism.

Louise thanks her family for supporting her through treatment. In residential rehab she realized that the disease of alcoholism "was going to kill me". After many weeks of therapy she was able to face up to her alcohol problems and denial, overcome her fears and learn to be "happy in my skin and happy to be myself.