‘THERE’S LIVES OUT THERE THAT NEED SAVING’

“Everybody knows that I was a junkie, I know it every time I look in the mirror.” Will Self’s deep, hypnotic voice booms through the Boston Tea Party. The writer and political commentator has already torn into the Tories, Brexit – “when it happens I’m leaving” – and...

Help to get just one homeless man off the streets of Bristol

"All I can say about this place is that it saves people’s lives – transforms them," says Paul, a former Chandos House resident. But the future of Bristol's only residential addiction centre is precarious in the wake of Government funding cuts and help is desperately...

Our year in review, 2017

Our year in review, 2017. This report focuses on the impact Chandos has, not only on the men who come to us but also in their families and communities. Click to view: Our year in review,...

Enjoying five-a-day

We are delighted to have weekly deliveries from the "Five-a-Day" Fruit and Vegetable shop on Gloucester Road - helping us provide well-being from the inside-out as well as bringing beautiful colours to our kitchen table at Chandos House!

4th July hog roast & open day

Dear All! Please come and join us on the 4th July and help us launch our Chandos House Treatment for Addiction Community Interest Company. Come and meet our Head of Treatment, our Patrons, Staff and Residents! Everyone is...

Men much less likely to seek mental health help than women

Huge survey shows gender gap and the need for ‘cultural shift’ says charity chief. Men are far less likely to seek medical support for a mental health problem than women, new figures reveal. A survey commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation found that not only are...