We offer drug and alcohol free residential rehabilitation to those with substance misuse problems. Our team of drug and alcohol workers provide support through one-to-ones and group work, while residents are responsible for the day-to-day running of the house and aid in each other’s recovery.
- 30 beds in the Main House and 5 beds in the Cottage
- Separate female and male accommodation
- Arts Centre used for Resident’s arts and crafts classes
- Family Centre for residents to have visits with family and children, also for contact visits with children where Social Services are involved
- On-site leisure activities include a pool table, 5-a-side football pitch, library area, table tennis, board games, gaming consoles, TV, DVD and stereo equipment
- Off-site leisure activities including swimming, paintballing, cinema trips, ten-pin bowling, country walks, camping trips, beach trips.
- Annual six day sailing excursion for a selected number of service users on a privately chartered sail boat sailing around the South Coast to the Channel Islands
- Opportunities to gain Gateway accredited level 2 qualifications
- Literacy and numeracy assessment on arrival
Please visit our glossary for definitions of the above.
Who we help: People aged 18 years or over experiencing drug and alcohol problems.
How to refer: Clients can be referred through their local authority. We also take self-funded clients, please contact the service for costs.
Our partners in Hampshire: St. Mary’s Hospital Portsmouth, Hampshire Youth Offending Team, Bohunt school, Community Mental Health Team, Fareham, April House, Freedom Programme, Hampton Trust, ADAPT programme, Winchester RASAC, GOALS 5-a-side football, Local Anglican church and local Catholic church, Axtons veg wholesalers, Winchester University and Southampton University, HMP Winchester and Pentonville, Refit and Pompey in the community, Sue Ryder, Baker and Elder, Trussel Trust, Portsmouth Housing.