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CAIS introduces Parkland Place

CAIS introduces Parkland Place

CAIS IS THRILLED to introduce Parkland Place, a brand new luxury residential rehabilitation centre in beautiful North Wales.

Parkland Place delivers unrivalled rehabilitation for people in recovery from alcohol addiction, drug addiction, gambling addiction and other harmful behavioural conditions – in the comfort of a stunning, 16-bedroom mansion and gardens.

The fully-refurbished house is situated amidst National Trust farmland, and offers a welcoming and comfortable haven for our guests as they begin the journey of recovery.

CAIS has taken the property on an initial five-year lease from owner North Wales Housing Association – and has since committed to an extensive refurbishment, creating 20 high-quality jobs. A number of members of staff are themselves in recovery.

 

Rigorous therapeutic programme

CAIS director of residential services Leon Marsh said: “Guests at Parkland Place will take part in a rigorous therapeutic programme, which will require them to be and remain abstinent during their stay.

“Those still in the grip of active addiction will undergo a comprehensive medical detox at our clinic in Lancashire, before returning to Parkland Place for a period of residential rehabilitation once free of substance-use.

“Our team will then work alongside our guests to address the factors behind their addiction and to help them learn to live their lives in a different way – a programme which will include subjects like dealing with triggers, coping strategies and lifestyle factors.

“We have been working to make Parkland Place a reality since the spring of last year, and it’s great to see our vision for an unrivalled therapeutic programme in beautiful North Wales become a reality.

“Staff working on the project are pleased to have had great support from neighbours during its development – and we are pleased to have worked with a large number of fantastic local contractors and suppliers during our refurbishment.”

 

Years of expertise

CAIS chief executive Clive Wolfendale said: “We hope that by bringing our years of expertise of rehabilitation to the private market we can help to safeguard the future of some of our most heavily-subscribed charitable projects and continue to support the communities of North Wales.

“We believe the Parkland Place programme stands out because of the depth and breadth of our therapeutic approach, and the great value we are able to offer our guests.

“And we want to use the stunning beauty of North Wales and its growing reputation as a great destination for adventure and the outdoors as a key part of our offer.

“Every day talented and dedicated members of our staff help people to change their lives. We hope and expect to help hundreds more people at Parkland Place during the months and years to come.”

 

July 31, 2018