Addiction and Recovery Advice

If you are looking for other treatment centres, Choices is a non-profit-making group of independent UK addiction treatment centres; your first stop for seeking a treatment centre.

Local drug and alcohol services can be found by contacting your Local Authority – an Internet search is often a good place to start.

Please see the Yeldall Resource Sheet for details of other Christian rehabilitation centres (some of which take women or do not require funding) and information and advice lines for people concerned about their own or someone else’s addiction issues.

Member Organisations

Yeldall Manor is a member of various bodies including:

Choices – A group of independent UK addiction treatment centres; your first stop for seeking a treatment centre.

Drugscope – The leading UK charity supporting professionals working in drug and alcohol treatment, drug education and prevention and criminal justice. Also the primary source of independent information on drugs and drug related issues.

The Care Quality Commission – The independent regulator of all health and social care services in England.

Related Organisations

Various small businesses are based on-site as part of the Coach House Works Social Enterprise and all work alongside, supporting our residents in various ways. These include: Chissock Woodcraft – bespoke and creative furniture; Sprocket and Gear - bicycle spares; Stripey Basket - cane and willow work; Reeds Landscapes - landscaping and ground work; PJC Electricals – electricians; Protek - educational technology specialists .

ISAAC (International Substance Abuse and Addiction Coalition) – Formed by Yeldall’s former Executive Director, David Partington and now headed by Yeldall’s CEO, Treflyn Lloyd-Roberts, ISAAC is an international network of Christians responding to the escalating problem of substance misuse and addiction.

Novo – Novo is a new initiative being set up by our former Director, Andy Partington. It aims to take the Yeldall model into Bolivia and, potentially, elsewhere. Read Andy’s blog here.

Door of Hope: Hope House in Reading offers supported accommodation in an environment of Christian discipleship. They house men with life-controlling problems, including some of our ex-residents who need further support as they re-enter society. Telephone: 0118 9679304

Trinity – Formerly Yeldall Homeless Projects and now an independent charity offering supported accommodation, training and employment. The Trinity Shops accept donations of good quality second-hand furniture from within the West London area.

Christian Community Action – This Reading charity, CCA, demonstrates God’s love by providing furniture and household goods to many hundreds of people in need in the town through four shops/support centres. They have provided both voluntary and paid employment to many current and former residents of Yeldall Manor.


Esco Business Services – Yeldall’s mailing house that also offer subscription/list management and mail order processing. They pride themselves on providing a professional, flexible and personal service, based on Christian values.