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DATE POSTED: 14/08/2013

Carrow Hill Home

Carrow Hill Home, the Trust's other (and oldest) residential project, continues to provide a settled home for 16 single homeless people who need continuing care and support. 

There is a 6-bed unit within the Home specifically for people – from throughout the county - intent on overcoming their alcohol addiction.  Most service users have been through a medically supervised de-toxification programme.  This project continues to flourish within the Home and 40 people completed the course (2 failed to complete and 6 were evicted). 

Carrow Hill Home accepts referrals from across the county of Norfolk via an arrangement with Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Trust (or for the 6 bed project from that Trust’s Alcohol and Drugs Service - TADS). The average length of stay for people participating in the specialist programme is six weeks. This relapse prevention programme has become an important facet of our work in this care home.  The participants on the programme co-exist happily with the long-stay residents. 

As at Highwater House activities and the pursuit of hobbies is an important feature of life at Carrow Hill Home.  There were 1,632 activity sessions during the period under review.  Activities ranged from teaching basic living skills to a wide range of outings and social activities. They included 80 activity sessions at Under One Roof.  

Click here for the full 2012/13 Annual Report of the Trust

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