“Uniquely, our team of medical professionals and support staff are pioneering a care-based approach that combines a personalised inpatient treatment programme, four years of recovery support that is integrated with the patient’s home-based medical network and, from year five, an annual review for life.”

LIVING AND BREATHING THE PRINCIPLES OF CARE

Inpatient treatment – delivered in high quality, tranquil and well-appointed facilities – is fundamental to equipping patients to start their personal recovery journeys, is combined with lifelong support that unlocks the power of sobriety.

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DEDICATED,
COMPASSIONATE
QUALIFIED

Under the leadership of Dr Jade Furness, dedicated and highly qualified staff take an approach that is strictly non-judgmental and religiously agnostic. Offering personalised, individually tailored therapeutic care makes it easier for our team to help patients release their inner vulnerabilities and get to the root cause of their addiction. In turn, identifying the causes makes it possible to treat the symptoms more effectively.
A consistent commitment to pathology gives the doctor/psychiatrist/psychologist/counsellor and patient the opportunity to physically measure and monitor the patient’s health progress. Confirming that vital organs have regenerated and monitoring their progress is an essential medical principle for The Redbourne team.

INDIVIDUAL CARE, TEAM SUPPORT

Above all, The Redbourne offers patients a safe place where they can heal and recover.
Our approach is to make use of individual and group therapies designed to support the patient’s care while at The Redbourne, and to prepare them for life outside rehab.

Group activities play an important part in building our therapeutic community while nurturing the enduring human bonds that are so essential to sustaining sobriety in the outside world.

Planned, supervised outings are also an important extension of the patient’s therapy. Group activities include workshops, lectures, creative classes, physical exercise sessions, breath work and yoga sessions.

WELL-APPOINTED FACILITIES

Nurturing environment designed for support and healing
The Redbourne’s facilities are managed 24/7 by an experienced team whose priority is patient care. The centre accommodates a maximum of 24 patients, each sharing a bedroom and private en-suite bathroom with one other person of the same gender. Communal facilities include a comfortable lounge, dining room, swimming pool and an outdoor deck and fire pit looking out to lush vegetation and tranquil views. The Redbourne is secure, safe and peaceful.

MAKING NEW ROUTINES

We believe in nurturing, not imposing control.
Through nurturing, we recognise the value of structure – especially to people who have lost theirs. Indeed, adding structure and routine to people’s physical, emotional and mental needs is a way of nurturing and empowering them. Experience tells us that structure and routine help to bolster the sustainability of recovery.

To reinforce the security of structure and routine, every hour of each patient’s day is planned, factoring in time for therapeutic sessions, phone calls, journaling, television and mealtimes.

FROM INPATIENT TREATMENT
TO LIFELONG RECOVERY SUPPORT

The final stages of each inpatient’s stay at The Redbourne incorporates environmental preparation, which is designed to prepare them for their return to the outside world as they start their personal recovery journey towards lifelong sobriety.

Crucially, however, we do not leave patients to embark on this journey alone. Drawing on the enduring bonds they forge with us during their inpatient stay, we encourage each patient to complete our Petrichor Recovery Programme. At all times, we place a strong
emphasis on ensuring that our recovery support aligns
with the support that patients receive from their home-based medical network.

DEDICATED, COMPASSIONATE QUALIFIED

Under the leadership of Dr Jade Furness, dedicated and highly qualified staff take an approach that is strictly non-judgmental and religiously agnostic.

Offering personalised, individually tailored therapeutic care makes it easier for our team to help patients release their inner vulnerabilities and get to the root cause of their addiction. In turn, identifying the causes makes it possible to treat the symptoms more effectively.
A consistent commitment to pathology gives the doctor/psychiatrist/psychologist/counsellor and patient the opportunity to physically measure and monitor the patient’s health progress. Confirming that vital organs have regenerated and monitoring their progress is an essential medical principle for The Redbourne team.

INDIVIDUAL CARE, TEAM SUPPORT

Above all, The Redbourne offers patients a safe place where they can heal and recover.
Our approach is to make use of individual and group therapies designed to support the patient’s care while at The Redbourne, and to prepare them for life outside rehab.

Group activities play an important part in building our therapeutic community while nurturing the enduring human bonds that are so essential to sustaining sobriety in the outside world.

Planned, supervised outings are also an important extension of the patient’s therapy. Group activities include workshops, lectures, creative classes, physical exercise sessions, breath work and yoga sessions.

WELL-APPOINTED FACILITIES

Nurturing environment designed for support and healing

The Redbourne’s facilities are managed 24/7 by an experienced team whose priority is patient care. The centre accommodates a maximum of 24 patients, each sharing a bedroom and private en-suite bathroom with one other person of the same gender. Communal facilities include a comfortable lounge, dining room, swimming pool and an outdoor deck and fire pit looking out to lush vegetation and tranquil views. The Redbourne is secure, safe and peaceful.

MAKING NEW ROUTINES

We believe in nurturing, not imposing control.
Through nurturing, we recognise the value of structure – especially to people who have lost theirs. Indeed, adding structure and routine to people’s physical, emotional and mental needs is a way of nurturing and empowering them. Experience tells us that structure and routine help to bolster the sustainability of recovery.

To reinforce the security of structure and routine, every hour of each patient’s day is planned, factoring in time for therapeutic sessions, phone calls, journaling, television and mealtimes.

FROM INPATIENT TREATMENT
TO LIFELONG RECOVERY SUPPORT

The final stages of each inpatient’s stay at The Redbourne incorporates environmental preparation, which is designed to prepare them for their return to the outside world as they start their personal recovery journey towards lifelong sobriety. Crucially, however, we do not leave patients to embark on this journey alone. Drawing on the enduring bonds they forge with us during their inpatient stay, we encourage each patient to complete our Petrichor Recovery Programme. At all times, we place a strong emphasis on ensuring that our recovery support aligns with the support that patients receive from their home-based medical network.