We look forward to welcoming you to Brooke House Health and Wellbeing Centre
Brooke House is located in the private and peaceful setting of Colebrooke Park in Co Fermanagh. Brooke House was initally estblished by the Ely Centre in 2018, and became an independent entity in December 2020. Brooke House is a registered charity NIC108008.
The Brooke House Health and Wellbeing Centre seeks to support and improve the physical and mental health and wellbeing of uniformed services, retired Royal Ulster Constabulary Officers, Military veterans, and their families, who have been physically injured, psychologically impacted and/or bereaved as a result of their service.
Brooke House aims to provide multi-disciplinary, evidenced-based and outcomes-focused, high-impact support for the care and recovery of the uniformed services and their families, complementing other therapeutic services and providing an environment where they may develop together. Check our detailed eligibility criteria here.
We aim to provide a bespoke treatment and care package based on specific need through a range of support services, some of which will be delivered within Colebrooke Park and others at various locations through Northern Ireland.
Services offered by Brooke House includes:
- Psychological Support and Talking Therapy
- Complementary Therapy
- Nature Based Therapy using Colebrooke Walled Garden
- Outdoor Activities using the natural resources of Colebrooke Estate
- Exercise/Fitness classes using TMC Colebrooke Fitness
- Structured Residential Programme, utilising Woodcock Cottage
- Educational Courses
Clients who are eligible for our services can self-refer or be referred by statutory services, the community and voluntary sector, or by armed forces and police charities and associations.
Information packs and confidential client referral forms are available on request by contacting Brooke House Health & Wellbeing Centre.
Once a referral is received – the client will be invited to the centre for an Initial Screening Assessment with one of our Health and Wellbeing Coordinators. Following this informal discussion, the client will be referred or signposted to appropriate services based on his or her individual needs.
Brooke House is NOT a Crisis Service. If you or a family member needs immediate support please contact your local GP, your GP out of hours service, or the accident and emergency department at your local hospital. Lifeline crisis response helpline 0808 808 8000 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is free to people in Northern Ireland. The Samaritans 24-hour telephone helpline on 028 9066 4422 (local call charges apply) or the national telephone:116 123 (this number is free to call) is also available.