Men's Residential Rehabilitation Centre Management: Alex Newcomb Started: 2008 Capacity: 34 beds Purpose: Helping people recover from life controlling issues Services: Project working individual students with key focus on education and progression Mental and physical wellbeing Workshops Guest speakers Counselling In 2008, Tiglin opened its doors as a residential rehabilitation centre for men. The former outdoor pursuits centre was transformed into a fully equipped residential supported housing programme. Ten years later, in 2018, 198 people were assessed for Tiglin’s residential services of whom 102 spent time in the service. Of these, 20 completed 8 months or more, 18 completed between four and seven months, while 31 completed between one and three months. The gender breakdown in the residential services was male 70:30 female. The centres operates roughly 30 beds with an occupancy rate circa 25 beds. The aftercare aspect of the program has become increasingly important as the management follow a continuum of care model. Education is now a major part of the rehabilitation program with courses ranging from social media, architectural technician and social care. Our facilities include accommodation for up to 30 men and re-entry facilities for up to 6 men, fully functioning professional kitchen, laundry, gym, prayer and meditation room, sitting room, games area, class room, counselling room, poly-tunnel, welding work shop, wood working work shop and all this in the middle of 3000 acres of idylic forestry. Men’s Centre, Tiglin, Ashford: Each student receives a high standard of care at Tiglin which includes: pre-entry medical supervision, one-one professional counselling, key working sessions, various life skills and training oppurtunities, on going personal development plans as well as everything else that is needed to live safely and successfully here at Tiglin and most importantly in the real world.