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Inadequate — the service is performing badly and we've taken enforcement action against the provider of the service. She says Broadreach gave her back hope and she is devastated at the news.

Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Invalid Broadreach House has announced houxe as of this Friday July 5th it will 'cease to trade' due to a lack of funding, leaving staff without jobs and those in need of care without the necessary support. Labour Cabinet member Kate Taylor said the council had been contacted by staff saying they had not been paid the week before the closure, but it was reassured there was no problem.

An online crowdfunding campaign has been set up, but the trustees have decided they needed to go into administration to keep some control over what is happening.

Our mixed gender treatment facility allows continued support to address issues in a longer term setting, and which also allows clients to prepare to return to broadgeach community drug and alcohol free. Despite a fundraising campaign and workers even giving up their pay, it hasn't been enough to keep the centre open. The Charity Commission publishes three hhouse types of data: You can download all publicly available data on the Register of Charities.

Plymouth sending addicts 70 miles away to detox after broadreach house closure

During your treatment you will also work with counsellors, both individually and in groups, on understanding your alcohol or drug use, strengthening your motivation and building your confidence to change. Broadreach House offers Detoxification/first stage treatment, along with a specialist 12 week programme for clients w.

For charities that work in limited areas the contact will often live in or close to that area and this search will help you to find such charities. Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Invalid People from Plymouth needing in-patient care to withdraw from drugs or alcohol are being sent outside the city after the sudden closure of a treatment centre. Catchment areas they serve. If self referring, charges will apply. Broadreach House, in Plymouth, provided residential, rehabilitation and community-based treatment services for people with alcohol and drug.

Self referrals are available but funding must be in place before treatment starts. Credit: ITV News Who knows, we have started the process and we are ever hopeful, but the bottom line is we have 47 people we have to transfer into other services by 4pm on Friday and that's what all the staff, all of them unpaid, are working hard to do.

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Broadreach House is having to close due to lack of funds Never miss a big story in Plymouth again with our daily newsletters me up! Discussions are now taking place about a block-purchase of in-patient places at the purpose-built Boswyns Unit near Hayle in Cornwall, housd is the closest to Plymouth. She said lessons had been learned and the council was working with partners so they were aware of what support was available.

The remaining clients all come from outside the city Plymouth City Council spokesman. You can unsubscribe at any time. broaderach

Micky McCloskey Top-level meetings have been taking place across Plymouth to try to find a solution. You can unsubscribe at any time. Stabilisation programmes are also offered subject to discussion with us.

Suspended ratings are being reviewed by us and will be published soon. Credit: ITV News Dozens of people across Devon and Cornwall battling addiction face losing their support as a rehabilitation home looks set to close. For services we haven't rated we use ticks and crosses to show whether we've asked them groadreach take further action or taken enforcement action against them.

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Thursday 4 Julyam Bernadette says Broadreach House saved her life. Sadly they were unable to raise the funds needed in time, and today announced that they 'will no longer be accepting referrals or admissions of clients into treatment' at a time when the demand for their services in recent months has been 'greater than ever' and the house is at full capacity.

Micky McCloskey came out of Wandsworth Prison as an addict. Sadly they were unable to raise the funds needed in time, and today announced that they 'will no longer be accepting referrals or admissions of. The programmes at Broadreach are available to both men and women.

Broadreach House is having to close due to lack of funds Councillors were told some patients might be unhappy about leaving Plymouth, but others would prefer to be away from the housw for detox treatment. Broadreach House will shut on Fridayleaving staff without jobs and the 47 people it is currently helping cut off from their support.

It's not just the clients, it's people losing their jobs.

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Please note that this search will not identify all the charities that operate in your area. They are living lives, families are bfoadreach rebuilt, people are going to uni, going to work, all these things would not have been possible without Broadreach. Trustee Gina Dormer says staff are working hard to help clients.

Mr Wallace said that from btoadreach with the administrator handling the case, it was clear nothing could have been done at that stage and the business model was unsustainable. More about ratings Ticks and crosses We don't rate every type of service. The holistic programme is delivered in a safe drug and alcohol free environment. Broadreach House, in Plymouth, provided residential, rehabilitation and community-based treatment services for people with alcohol and drug dependency until the charity was forced to close due to financial difficulties in July Bernadette has been clean for four years following a drug addiction.

Broadreach was there for the casualties, they sent them out, they patched them up and made them into sensible people who could get a job. Bernadette, former Broadreach House client The house is currently full but will close on Friday. Requires improvement — the service isn't performing as brkadreach as it should and we have told the service how it must improve.

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Gina Dormer, Broadreach House trustee The council says it is working with Broadreach to put alternative plans in place. Conservative Patrick Nicholson questioned why the council was unaware broadrewch the problems affecting a care partner until days before it closed, and why it appeared nothing was done to try to save the business.

Micky says Broadreach House has been a lifeline for many people. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. The service must make improvements.

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In the first instance and as a matter of urgency, we will be contacting the care managers and commissioners of clients currently in treatment in order to make arrangements for their ongoing care. But these are private businesses essentially and they have to have a business model that works so they can pay their staff, and it has failed. Four patients being funded by the city council at Broadreach were transferred so their treatment could continue.