At Foundation66 everything about who we are and what we do is channelled into helping people affected by drug and alcohol problems to make positive changes in their lives. We work with individuals and communities in London to show that recovery from problematic drug and alcohol use is possible.
When was Foundation66 founded?
Foundation66 started life as two separate organisations, ARP and Rugby House. APR, founded in 1966, specialised in community outreach offering counselling, group sessions and care programmes to those affected by drug and alcohol misuse. Rugby House, founded in 1988, provided residential treatment across London for people affected by drugs and alcohol. In 2009 the two organisations formed to form Foundation66.
As Foundation66 we continue to support those affected by substance misuse by providing community, residential and housing services across London.
Where do we work?
What are the main activities?
We provide residential, community and supported housing services in London and Essex offering group work, one-to-one sessions, and peer support to aid people on their journey of recovery.
Support we offer:
- Supported Housing