Trevi has operated since 1993. We strive to provide safe and nurturing spaces where women can heal, grow and thrive. We use our experience, our influence and the expertise of those who we support to improve the response to women in recovery. This includes recovery from addiction, ill mental health, criminogenic behaviours and domestic abuse.
The factors assisting a woman’s long-term recovery are early intervention, the ability to keep her children, and access to long term support. Trevi is the only organisation in the UK which provides this unique and holistic offering. This is achieved across our two centres:
Trevi residential rehabilitation unit: With care rated as outstanding by CQC, this service takes referrals from across the UK and can accommodate up to 10 women and their children at any given time. Each mother follows a strict rehabilitation plan which includes daily counselling, relationship analysis, group therapy, medical examinations and check-ups from social services.
Sunflower Women’s Centre: With 40% of women choosing to relocate to Plymouth because they feel safe, our Sunflower Women’s Centre opened in 2016 to provide longer term outreach support.
Trevi works alongside other organisations in the city including:
- Hamoaze House
- Longreach House
- Plymouth Refuge
- Nomony Children’s Centre