Yeldall Manor is a residential rehabilitation centre for men wanting to overcome addictions to drugs or alcohol. We have places for up to 35 men aged between 18 and 65. We are set in 38 acres of Berkshire countryside but take men from all over the country.
The Centre opened in 1977 and is registered with the Commission for Social Care Inspectorate. It is run with a Christian ethos, although applicants to the programme do not need to be Christians.
Yeldall manor is currently the sole project of the charity Yeldall Christian Centres.