Founded by Roma French, Trevi provides a pioneering residential rehabilitation programme for women together with their children, with drug and alcohol dependency issues.
Trevi works alongside other organisations in the city including:
- Hamoaze House
- Longreach House
- Plymouth Refuge
- Nomony Children’s Centre
The University of Plymouth partners with Trevi House and other community partners to apply our world-class research expertise and knowledge, and enable much needed student volunteers, in turn adding value to the student experience. To date this has focused upon disciplines such as social work, occupational therapy, early childhood studies and psychology, but is developing in other areas including a ‘Food as a Lifestyle Motivator’ research project with Dr Claire Pettinger.
A representative of the University of Plymouth's senior leadership team is a Trustee of Trevi House.