Yeldall Manor offers a medically managed community detoxification from opiates, alcohol & other substances. This service is run in partnership with our local pharmacy and managed by local doctors who have considerable experience in detoxification and are on-call 24/7.
Yeldall Manor’s residential rehabilitation is the first-stage programme for men aged between 18 and 65 who want to overcome serious drug or alcohol substance misuse issues. It lasts 12 – 18 weeks and, on completion, there is the opportunity for residents to continue onto the second-stage programme.
Yeldall Manor’s Second-stage: Lodge rehabilitation programme provides a safe environment where newly acquired skills from the first-stage rehabilitation can be consolidated and practiced prior to re-integration into the community.
On graduating from the Lodge Programme, ex-residents are encouraged to take full advantage of the aftercare which is available to them for as long as they need to. Ex-residents are offered the support of a Key Worker and the Counsellor who has been with them since the beginning.
Yeldall Manor is all about recovery for life – men finding freedom from addiction so that they can go on to live life to the full. Over the years, hundreds of men have experienced this transformation at Yeldall Manor, finding healing, wholeness and hope for the future whilst completing our programmes.
Today, these men are enjoying life drug- and alcohol-free – a life free from guilt and shame, a life full of good relationships, a life of productive and fulfilling work, a life they can feel proud of.
Yeldall Manor is a residential rehabilitation centre, set in 38 acres of Berkshire countryside near Reading. For over 35 years, we have been helping men to overcome serious drug or alcohol addictions and return to society to live new lives, drug, alcohol and crime free.
We view addiction as a disorder of the whole person, which affects some or all areas of functioning. These may include behavioral problems, confused values, deficits in education or occupational skills, spiritual problems, and damaged relationships.
We believe that recovery is possible and that recovery is not just abstinence. It involves learning to live comfortably as a sober, productive member of the community. It involves learning how to work, develop personal relationships, strengthen family ties, and enjoy positive leisure activities – all without the need for drugs or alcohol.