Housing

Our community housing model across Lancashire is supported by therapeutic programmes and provides opportunities for individuals to progress through the stages of their recovery. 

  • Glen Valley House, Rossendale is a 10-bed community rehabilitation home providing an abstinent and family-orientated environment for those in detox or beginning their recovery journey. We offer structured therapeutic activities and holistic therapies and encourage residents to take-up volunteering opportunities.
  • St James House, Accrington is a 13-bed, self-contained supported housing project. This is a place where people can progress their recovery and begin their resettlement into the community. Residents are encouraged to actively engage in education, training or volunteering.
  • Accrington & Waterfoot: these three and four bedroom transitional shared houses offer communal living with a family atmosphere. Residents are encouraged to build meaningful relationships, attend mutual-aid groups, access recovery support and contribute to the life of the local community.
  • Southport Road, Chorley: these two units offer a mixed sex, therapeutic environment with daily tenancy support and a structured timetable of groups and activities. Accommodation is provided in eight, self-contained single flats and eight, semi-self-contained studio flats.

Find out more about our Lancashire housing projects on our YouTube.

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Behaviour Change

We provide a range of psychosocial groups to encourage behaviour change and positive development. These include Thrive, a 12-week, trauma-informed, community-based programme and FoRehab, an 18-week rehabilitation programme. We also deliver a range of peer-based support groups to help build recovery capital.

Referrals

Directly via our partners Change Grow Live East Lancashire or Change Grow Live North and Central Lancashire with a full assessment of suitability.

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Coaching

We recruit and train volunteer Family and Recovery Coaches across Lancashire to support people in recovery and their family members to fulfil their goals and move forward. The five day training course is fully accredited.

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Family / Concerned Others Support

We support family and concerned others throughout Lancashire through telephone calls, one-to-one coaching sessions, group work and a structured, therapeutic programme called Foundations of Family.

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Housing

We provide safe and supportive homes for people moving through recovery towards independent living.

Behaviour change

Our therapeutic programmes motivate people to learn and grow and achieve a positive future.

Coaching

We recruit and train volunteer coaches to support people in recovery and their families to sustain positive change.