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Ty’n Rodyn is a seven-bed, substance misuse rehabilitation unit in a converted town house near to the centre of Bangor, North Wales.
It provides a high-quality service supporting and enabling people to take control of their lives, free from substance dependency. Ty’n Rodyn offers a mixed-gender residential rehabilitation programme for those who are motivated to maintain an alcohol and drug-free lifestyle.
It is staffed round-the-clock and provides a safe and supportive therapeutic environment. Residents typically stay for up to six months.
The facility provides residents with a safe, abstinence-based environment in which to follow a structured, person-centred, therapeutic programme. Ty’n Rodyn staff and residents participate together as members of a social and learning community.
Ty’n Rodyn’s approach towards achieving and enhancing recovery is eclectic, in that it draws on various validated approaches such as counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, transactional analysis, harm reduction and health promotion, and incorporates these approaches at the most appropriate stage in the residents’ recovery plan.
Throughout the programme, residents are required to attend all groups, counselling and key worker sessions as part of an agreed treatment contract.