Brooke House Health & Wellbeing Centre
The Brooke House Health and Wellbeing Centre seeks to support and improve the physical and mental health and wellbeing of uniformed services, retired RUC Officers, Military veterans, and their families, who have been physically injured, psychologically impacted and/or bereaved as a result of their service.
Brooke House has been awarded accreditation by the Royal College of Psychiatrists. This is a fantastic achievement and one which we are extremely proud of.
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.
As you will know the situation in relation to the coronavirus pandemic in the UK changes daily.
Please see our Coronavirus Support page for more information.
Activity Days for groups
Structured Residential Programme
Nature Based Therapy
When the therapist described how Trauma affects the body and brain, I took a deep breath because they put words and understanding to my experience. I have waited 28 years to understand this… a turning point.
I feel safe in Brooke House. When I leave I feel lighter.
I would have responded different before counselling. Now I understand what my needs are.
Loved it – everyone was heartfelt, open and honest. I liked the trust and confidentiality within the group.
We learned about different masks that we wear. Sometimes you are afraid to be your true self.
Brooke House helps people live in the present and plan for the future, yet dealing with the past.
I’ve become a much stronger person. I was at rock bottom when I heard about Brooke House. It was a lifeline.