This programme has strong emphases on “Community” for both staff and residents and associated personal and collective responsibilities
Kenward Therapeutic Community
COVID-19 Update: At Kenward, we have two areas in our site suitable for isolation and so are admitting residents in blocks, where we are open for a few days for admissions and the 10-day isolation starts on the day the last person arrives.
Kenward Therapeutic Community is a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation project offering a supported environment for men and women to begin their recovery journey.
We deliver a therapeutic programme of between 4 and 24 weeks, dependent on the needs of the individual, incorporating recovery focussed group work, individual counselling and key-working, art therapy, Therapeutic Gardens & Workshop sessions and education sessions. Our services are client-focused in order to offer a bespoke support plan that will help guide them to start their recovery journey.
The project team is highly skilled and experienced at supporting individuals through the delicate and challenging process of change, within a safe and supported environment.
Residents are encouraged to take responsibility for their own emotions and behaviours and, through group working positively and pragmatically address former addictive behaviours and lifestyles.
Aspects of the programme will be single-sex, but generally, it is a mixed programme. Our optional evening and weekend activities will also be open to all residents of the Therapeutic Community. All of our accommodation offers single rooms with en-suite facilities.
We work closely with other external agencies to ensure the healthcare needs of our residents are met alongside working towards their recovery, such as the Hep C Trust. Our aim is to enable our residents to leave our services as completely independent individuals, so they can create new futures for themselves away from their addictions.
Our programme has been developed based on the principles of a Therapeutic Community, whilst retaining many of the aspects of the Recovery Model of treatment delivery. This community approach allows all of our residents to benefit from a variety of expertise available within our staff team.
Here is an example timetable of a week in our Therapeutic Community. Each week we focus on a different theme such as ‘Recovery’ or ‘Motivation’ within our Therapeutic Groups:
How can you become a resident at Kenward’s Therapeutic Community?
You can either be referred to our services through a community drug and alcohol service, the closest one to us is CGL Maidstone. You can also self-refer to our services where you would pay for our services privately. We aim to make our prices as affordable as possible so we can make our services as accessible as they can be for those who need them.
If you would like to find out more information or book yourself in for a free assessment give us a ring on 01622 812603 or email email@example.com
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