Behaviour change

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Sustainable recovery

We deliver structured therapeutic programmes (digitally and face-to-face) in our supported houses and in partnership with health and social care treatment services.

These programmes combine evidence-based psychosocial techniques with the lived experience of former service users to achieve sustainable behavioural change in people with complex needs.

People are encouraged to develop an understanding of the underlying causes of grief and trauma, build resilience and develop the life skills and self-knowledge to overcome their problems. We also encourage people to get involved in community-based support groups to build their connections.

We incorporate a number of core disciplines and build upon traditional, evidence-based practice including:

  • Asset Based Community Development (ABCD)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Trauma Informed delivery

Our programmes are delivered by highly-trained professional staff, recovery coaches and volunteers who believe passionately in giving everyone the best possible opportunity to change their lives.


Our therapeutic programmes

Here is a brief introduction to our range of therapeutic programmes. Please contact us for more information.

Foundations of Recovery

A structured therapeutic programme based on psychosocial interventions. The programme’s three stages guide people through a process of change and growth towards a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. We deliver this programme in partnership with the health and social care charity Change Grow Live.

Preparation to Change

This programme helps people to set their recovery goals and build their motivation and commitment to change. There is a focus on relapse prevention and on learning techniques to manage addiction.


This stand-alone, trauma-informed abstinence programme is aimed at people who have detoxed in the community and those who live in supported housing. The programme supports people to maintain their newly-found freedom from addiction and build new support networks.

Foundations of Family

A support and education programme for families and friends affected by the addiction of a family member. The programme equips families to build supportive peer networks and help their loved one through the many stages of treatment and recovery.

Foundations of Rehabilitation

This programme provides coaching and mentoring to individuals who are trying to stop offending and rebuild their lives. Individuals are encouraged to learn new skills and gain self-awareness to break the cycle of reoffending and move towards positive goals.

Let’s talk

We are always interested in talking to people who share our passion and values – please get in touch to discuss how we can work together.