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Linwood Group Setting Price Benchmark for Alcohol Rehab
Date:1/11/2009

Linwood Group rehab centre is giving guests a reason to be cheerful by announcing a winter sale with a 50% discount on the normal weekly rate.

London (PRWEB) January 11, 2009 -- The Linwood Group has revealed that it is running its very own winter sale to ensure even more people can access its first rate facilities.

From Christmas through to the end of January, those booking in for treatment at one of the company's three centres throughout the North of England will be able to make the most of 50% off of the normal weekly fee. Now priced at £1,000 a week, Sue Allchurch, a Linwood director, explains why the Linwood Group has made this unusual decision:

"We recognise that the need for drink related rehab treatment will only increase in the current climate. With this in mind, we decided that we needed to find a way to ensure that as many people as possible can make use of our first class residential treatment facilities. To make this service available to the wider public, we decided to reduce this year's development budget and to channel that money into funding treatment cost reductions for clients from now until the end of January.

"Our staff have put a lot of effort into helping us build an excellent treatment service which has been instrumental in a large number of people over-coming problems with alcohol. So it makes sense that we do something that will increase the availability of these first rate services to more people at this very challenging time."

In addition to reducing the price of treatment until the end of January, the Linwood Group is also offering a money back guarantee. Sue Allchurch explains: "We are proud of the level of provision we offer at our rehab centres, and we are prepared to refund any difference in costs if clients can demonstrate that they could have received the same treatment in identical quality facilities elsewhere in the UK."

So, if this cold winter is presenting you or one of your family or friends with challenges that they cannot face on their own, why not visit the Linwood Group to see the type of help and assistance they offer to people with alcoholism and alcohol abuse problems.

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