Allington House

ALLINGTON HOUSE

What differentiates Allington House from other rehab treatment centres? As one of the UK’s leading addiction rehabilitation organisations StreetScene is able to offer expert and specialist addiction treatment prescribing individually tailored therapeutic treatment plans that can aid long term sustainable recovery.

About Allington House
The main part of Allington House is Victorian, with extensions added in the 1970’s. Allington House Rehab has three double rooms and ten single rooms. Each room has its own sink, and there are also one bathrooms and two shower rooms and a further two toilets. There is a lounge situated at the front of the building. This is used for various group activities as well as relaxation in the evenings and at weekends.

There are three rooms used for one to ones, one on the first floor and one on the second floor accessed by the part glazed fire door at the top of the main stairs, and a larger meeting or conference room on the ground floor. There are various offices, the counsellors, keyworkers and managers offices are all in various locations on the ground floor.

There is a laundry room situated on the ground floor, with a washing machine, tumble dryer and an iron and ironing board

Allington House Location
Located within 10 minutes walking distance of Bournemouth Town Centre, the Blue Flag Bournemouth Beach and some of Bournemouth’s best parks. It is a 5 minute walk from the train and coach station.

Allington House has gardens all round the building, with areas set aside for different activities. There is a meditation area and a vegetable garden at the back and a quiet area at the side as well as a more communal smoking area at the front.

Allington House Rehab
46, Dean Park Road
Bournemouth
BH1 1QA

Tel: 01202 551254
Fax: 01202 293660

Cornerways House

CORNERWAYS

Cornerways Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centre
Cornerways Rehab is a grade 2 listed building situated in grounds where there are dozens of trees and a picturesque pond providing quiet areas and sunny areas to enjoy with complete privacy from the outside world. Having said that, Cornerways Rehab is located less than a 5 minute walk from Bournemouth town centre, with its vast array of shops and the well-known blue flag beach with its miles of white sand.

What differentiates Cornerways from other rehab treatment centres? As one of the UK’s leading addiction rehabilitation organisations StreetScene is able to offer expert and specialist addiction treatment prescribing individually tailored therapeutic treatment plans that will aid long term sustainable recovery.

There are four double bedrooms and twelve single bedrooms in Cornerways arranged over the ground, first and second floors, each with its own washing facility. The main offices are on the ground floor, just inside the front door. The ground floor also has the lounge, dining room, kitchen, laundry room and 1-1 room. There are 2 showers and a bathroom on this floor. The first floor has two bath rooms along with bedrooms and the second floor has 2 bedrooms, two 1-1 rooms and a toilet.

Cornerways       
20, Braidley Road,
Bournemouth BH2 6JX  
Tel: 01202 552536            
Fax: 01202 299945

Francis House

FRANCIS HOUSE

Francis House was built in around 1880 and is rumoured that it was designed and built by the Sheriff of Southampton for his own use and the old part of the building reflects this. In the 1960’s a side extension was added, giving it a very impressive oak lined dining room and extra upstairs room. It has garden space to the front of the house, parking to one side and a communal area at the back. It is located adjacent to Southampton Common, which is a large open space with plenty of room for walks and team games and also holds many functions during the year. Southampton town centre is about a 20 minute walk away with its shops and shopping centres, train and coach station.

What differentiates Francis House from other rehab treatment centres? As one of the UK’s leading addiction rehabilitation organisations StreetScene is able to offer expert and specialist addiction treatment prescribing individually tailored therapeutic treatment plans that will aid long term sustainable recovery.

Francis House has three double rooms and twelve single rooms. Each room has its own sink, seven rooms have en-suites with either a shower or a bath, four of these also have their own toilet. There are also two bathrooms each with a toilet, and further toilets are available. The ground floor has two large offices, a tea room, kitchen, large dining room a large lounge and smaller lounge area. It also has two 1-1 rooms. The manager has an office on the first floor


Francis House   
2, Hulse Road, Southampton
SO15 2JX             
Tel: 02380 634988                                                                                             
Fax: 02380 631837

ALL HOUSES
Bedrooms
Your stay at StreetScene will be comfortable, safe and homely. If you come in on a detox you may be asked to share a twin room for a time. Your bedroom is your own personal safe place where you can retire at night and read or write any course work you may have as well as relax. All our projects are maintained to a high standard with fresh modern décor and comfortable fixtures and fittings.
Eclectic Fine Food Menu
In early recovery it is essential balanced diet, eating at regular times, to aid physical recovery. At StreetScene we provide high quality food, chosen weekly by the clients. We cater for differing diets including Halal and vegetarian, others can be accommodated as long as we know in advance. Whilst we provide good food for three main meals a day, there is always fresh fruit available for snacking.



Laundry Facilities
We have on site washing machines and dryers that clients can access so they can wash and dry their clothing. Detergent is provided and special detergent can be provided if required. An iron and ironing board is available to all clients. There is a rota system in place to ensure everyone gets time to use the laundry.

General House Running Details.
All household chores are done by the clients on a weekly-rota basis. This includes washing-up, cooking, cleaning and vacuuming and other jobs relating to maintaining a home. This is part of the rehabilitation program and has to do with the fact that when a client re-enters the community at the end of treatment, they will most likely need to take responsibility for the cleanliness of their own living environment. It is helpful to get into the habit of keeping the place you live in clean and tidy early on in the rehabilitation process.