Started in 1996, this provides supported housing for nine men who are recovering from drug abuse. The twelve Step Programme is an integral part of the support that is provided.
Jericho Dundee provides supported accommodation for males who are in recovery from alcoholism. It has accommodation for 12 residents in individual en suite flats within a purpose-built complex erected in 1996. The 12-step Programme is at the heart of the recovery process.
Started in 1980, this provides supported housing for eighteen men who are recovering from drug abuse. The twelve Step Programme is an integral part of the support that is provided.
Started in 2005 at the request of the Bishop of Salford. The ‘Morning Star Hostel’ provides supported housing for fifteen homeless men in single rooms.
Jericho Port Glasgow
Re-opened in 2015, this provides supported housing for ten women who are recovering from drug abuse. The twelve Step Programme is an integral part of the support that is provided.
Tamil Nadu, India
Started in 1990, this group of 23 family-homes was established by Father Daveedu , a priest seeking to meet the needs of the poor in Tamil Nadu. The Jericho Benedictine Society has supported Father Daveedu from the beginning.
Jericho Trochrague, Girvan
Started in 1993, this 17th Century Country House can accommodate up to fifty people wishing for a week’s holiday. The house was built in 1681 and is situated in twenty acres of garden and woodland, two miles from the Ayrshire coast.
Started in 1985, Albert Road provides supported housing for nine women and their children.
Started in 1992, Tetenhall Road provides supported housing for eleven women and their children in self-contained bed-sits.
Jericho Houses are to be found across the UK. Our houses specialise in the resettlement of drug abusers, alcoholics and those suffering from homelessness.
We also provide supported housing.