This short film introduces the Kenward Barn programme and some ex residents tell of their experience.
The Kenward Barn residential rehabilitation programme is an abstinence-based, group working treatment project for men recovering from drug and alcohol misuse. The Barn project facilities are designed for a maximum of 8 men who work closely together as a group supported by a dedicated staff team.
The Barn project offers a range of drug and alcohol treatment modalities from the 12 Step Minnesota model to Cognitive Behavioural Treatment (CBT) and training. The therapeutic group programme is delivered over a 17 week period; however we tailor and adjust the programme for those who engage for 12 and 24 weeks.
The living accommodation is a converted barn which offers what past and present residents often describe as “a warm and homely atmosphere” and is situated in the beautiful Kent countryside.
It is located on the same 15 acre site as Kenward Trust Head Office and Kenward House and nestles between two villages which provide local shops to the surrounding community.
The nearest train station is Wateringbury (1.1 mile). The larger local town is Maidstone which is 7 miles away and residents often visit to attend mutual aid groups, use the sport centre, library and other amenities.
Continue to Programme to find out all about the project.