Who can use Phoenix House Recovery Centre?
Our recovery services at Phoenix House are available to all wounded, injured and sick Service Personnel, Veterans and their loved ones.
What is Phoenix House Recovery Centre?
Whether returning for duty or transitioning to civilian life, short-stay and day visitors at Phoenix House can take part in activities and life-skills courses to help them get back out doing what they enjoy most.
Beneficiaries are encouraged to develop their own recovery programme under the guidance of specialist staff. This may involve educational courses, career advice, support for medical appointments, participation in sporting activities and guidance in health and wellbeing.
All activities are designed to improve personal independence, raise morale and develop camaraderie alongside others living through similar experiences.
The Centre has been specially designed to create a welcoming, supportive and inspirational atmosphere. The purpose built facility includes classrooms, an IT suite, art room, wood workshop, training kitchens, gymnasium with specialist equipment, and a health and wellbeing room for yoga, meditation and relaxation classes. The café and conservatory areas offer social space and the surrounding gardens are a place for peaceful reflection.
An integral part of the Centre is the Support Hub offering a wide range of support provided by Help for Heroes psychological wellbeing practitioners, career and training and development advisors and easy access to other Service charities and welfare agencies.
Situated in Catterick Garrison, Help for Heroes Phoenix House Recovery Centre offers a convenient location for beneficiaries to access support and guidance on their road to recovery. Many of the outdoor activities make the most of the nearby Yorkshire Dales.
Ultimately, we aim to help all our beneficiaries achieve their long-term goals and aspirations so they can live independent and fulfilling lives.
How do I contact Phoenix House Recovery Centre?