Man, Woman or Child
Residential Recovery Course
It's extremely difficult for some beneficiaries to recover in environments that antagonise their situation. Often alcoholism, addiction and compromised psychological resilience are linked to a number of factors in a place.
It's very difficult for single men who don't have dependents to be given social housing in the UK as only rarely do their needs attract a housing priority.
Where required, we provide residential recovery for up to 3 months. The residential recovery provides beneficiaries with the opportunity to rapidly change their environment and re-evaluate their situation with the support of peers and clinical proffessionals.
Where required, we fund a private clinical psychologist to carry out a psychological formulation to identify the root causes of the situation and design a bespoke recovery plan that addresses the root causes.
Working towards the goals of independent living and sustainable employment, we integrate progressive employment with local businesses as a vehicle for recovery.
All support is led and guided by a trained and qualified Clinical Psychologist and/or other care professional.
Throughout the process of recovery, often around 6 weeks, we find that beneficiaries aspirations and feelings of self worth drive a change in career goals.
Working alongside their mentors, the beneficiaries identify employment, education and training pathways to support their long term ambitions.
From that moment on, their remaining time at the residential recovery centre is tailored to align with those long term ambitions.
The process of transitioning back to independent living can be daunting. To counter those feelings, our mentors support the migration of community support to the new residential location and remain engaged for as long as the beneficiary feels necessary.
At the same time, our mentors ensure that the beneficiary is supported in housing and all other critical decisions, supported by our Rawthey Social Care Team.
HOW TO GET HELP
Compromised psychological resilience also compromises aspiration. Within the first 6 weeks of recovery we work hard to redevelop aspiration and The residential recovery provides beneficiaries with the opportunity to rapidly change their environment and re-evaluate their situation with the support of peers and clinical proffessionals. beneficiaries to see their potential.
Employment, Education or/and Training
We are never too old to learn new skills and what better time than when beneficiaries are embracing recovery? Education and training can also be important platforms for broadening social groups and leaving toxic influences behind.
Many businesses recognise the redundant values and skills of armed forces, emergency services and NHS veterans. Through awareness of our work we continue to build our nationwide network of employers who take a long term perspective on supporting our beneficiaries through recovery and the many years loyalty that follows after supporting someone through the most challenging time of their lives.
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