The following principles guide our treatment approach. Every participant, regardless of their circumstances, degree, or type of addiction and/or extent of his emotional disturbance, is a person of worth and value. Treatment is voluntary. We cannot force people to learn or grow- it is their choice. Change comes because of action. It is important that residents actively participate in the programme. The movement toward recovery is possible for anyone at any time with no greater pre-requisite than a sincere desire to change.
Family and couples counselling is available if requested by the client.
Though children are unable to stay overnight, they can visit friends and relatives they may have on the programme. Yeldall has a range of facilities that children can engage with during their visit including playing pool, table tennis, using the swimming pool, watching television, playing the latest games console, playing with musical instruments etc. They are also able to go for walks and utilize the 38 acres of land surrounding Yeldall.
Yeldall has one aftercare house in the local community, with a second due to open imminently. The aftercare team has been strengthened in 2015, and we are developing more work in this area. In cooperation with other local services we offer aftercare support groups, and former clients are encouraged to take part in the clients' own receovery meeting here at Yeldall Manor. Clients are also offered the opportunity to continue meeting with the counsellor that they worked with while on the first- and second-stage programmes.
Throughout the leaving process, a staff member is present with the client. The client also completes a Leaving Checklist with the Staff member. A leaving plan is formulated with the resident and they will also be offered Nalaxone. Clients always leave with an information leaflet outlining places to stay and where to receive help in the surrounding area. Harm reduction information is given to all clients throughout the treatment programme, during both 1:1 Counselling sessions and in Educational Workshops. Literature is given to all clients leaving the service early. Attendance at AA/NA support groups are advised and a list of their locations is available.
The main elements of the programme include.
Training and Work Orientation.
Regular one-to-one key Working sessions.
Support with moving on.
Aftercare for up to one year after leaving
IT, Football, Gym, Leisure Centre, Church
There is a high level of staff supervision. The programme includes a one-month assessment period for settling into the system. We have a Clinical Psychologist available to undertake pre-admission assessments if required. We seek to work in partnership with a client's existing mental health support networks as well as the local crisis team if required.
There are no exclusions in applying at Yeldall Manor, but there are criteria
that must be met by all prospective clients, before admission. The Admissions Team will consider applications from men with diagnosed mental health issues or serious crimes such as Arson, Sex and other Schedule 1 Offences on an individual basis. Please call the Admissions office for more information.
Yeldall Manor offers a drug detoxification programme, run in partnership with our local pharmacy and managed by a local specialist GP. During the detoxification programme, clients begin to engage with The Manor (1st stage) programme and continue with this when detoxification is complete. Medically managed Alcohol detoxification is completed external partners.
Yeldall Manor is equipped for residents with limited mobility through providing specially adapted ensuite-accommodation on the Ground Floor.
This allows easy access to the surrounding lands and other parts of the building. Yeldall also has stair lifts and disabled toilets within the building.
Please ring the rehab directly for latest vacancies and expectations.
Second-stage recovery focused housing programme: £250 per week, may be covered by Housing Benefit.
The Admissions Department requires a completed application form from everyone seeking a place on The Manor programme. This can be downloaded from our website. Once completed in full, the application form must be forwarded by post or fax to our admissions department.
On receipt of an Application Form, we would ask for further information from the client's doctor,drug/alcohol worker, solicitor, probation officer, psychiatrist, care manager,etc- whoever can provide information in support of the application. A visit to Yeldall Manor would be arranged as soon as possible. This would give the client an opportunity to spend some time with current residents, Find out more about the programme from residents and staff and have a full interview with one of the Admissions team. Before admission confirmation of funding for the programme must be received in writing. Once written confirmation of funding is received, we would seek to offer a place as soon as possible.
Yeldall Manor can visit prisons or detoxes to carry out assessments or, where appropriate, telephone assessments can be arranged.
Yeldall Manor has a Premature Leavers Policy. Residents may be asked to leave prematurely in the following circumstances.
* commit gross misconduct
* abuse staff or other residents
* use drugs or alcohol
If a client leaves prematurely of his own accord but makes contact within 24 hours requesting to come back immediately, and can confirm he has not used drugs or drunk alcohol since he left, he may be allowed to return. This is subject to the discretion of the Programme Manager. At all times, in all circumstances, the Funder would be liaised with.
CQC inspection report was done May 2018
This home offers a good rating.