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Tom Harrison House provides a sensory and well-being model of care, support, therapy and education.

About us

Tom Harrison House is a specialist facility providing an addiction recovery programme exclusively to military veterans, reservists, serving personnel, and their families.

In meaningful partnership with other agencies, we provide a trauma-informed addiction recovery programme through a “sensory and wellbeing” model of care, support, therapy and education.

The primary programme runs over a 12-week period, and includes a diverse range of recovery-focused activities and therapeutic groups, as well as individual sessions and family work. We also provide supported accommodation for the programme duration in a dedicated recovery house.

Programme elements include personal recovery planning, group work, assignments and reintegration work alongside equine therapy, art, nutrition, physical fitness, yoga and mindfulness. Education and therapies initiate the changes to behaviour and thinking that are required to develop and sustain a life of abstinence-based recovery.

On completion of the primary programme a second stage of continued support is available, providing a stepping stone between primary care and a return to independent living.

Working in close partnership with Mersey Care NHS Trust and The Royal British Legion, we also support clients through pre-admission detoxification and post-programme reintegration.

Contact us today to arrange your assessment, or to find out more about what we offer and how we can help.

Registered Charity, number 1154510. Company number 08675134.

Gillian McKinnon Area Manager Cheshire- Merseyside The Royal British Legion

Due to the close partnership working that has developed between staff, we have managed very quick turnaround time from initial referral to securing a bed and this is testament to the effective communication channels that have developed and cooperation between the two teams. Likewise the beneficiaries who went on to graduate have all spoken highly of the treatment programme its self as well as the empathic, supportive staff who help them through.

Julia Cottier Service Director - CWP East

Our clinical team believe veterans benefit from the specialist care THH provide around understanding the needs of military veterans, rather than the care provided by traditional rehab programmes.

Susan O’Looney I Public Health Commissioning Manager

Tom Harrison House are providing a much needed and valued service for military veterans which has a range of unique selling points beyond the type of care provided by the more traditional substance misuse/rehabilitation services. The service provision is at a very high level with very positive outcomes for its service users.