We provide a safe and supportive service and a place to live. We encourage independent living, promoting a sense of belonging and dignity and sending people back into the wider community to be good citizens.
Character, positive work ethic, personal integrity, responsibility, accountability and more. We believe there's no limit to the transformation possible in a person's life.
"Project67 is a true asset in the ward of Ordsall. Their youth outreach and drug and alcoholic facilities are a tremendous effort to help the most vulnerable in our communities."
Who we are
Project67 provides a safe, and supportive service and a place to live, encouraging independent living, promoting a sense of belonging and dignity and sending people back into the wider community to be good citizens. We have been operating since 2001 successfully seeing over 300 people free from addiction.
Most have now moved into employment and are living stable and positive lives. Project67 is a Christian based charity that runs non-medicated sober living facilities with a non-medicated detox being offered upon entry. Our homes are loosely referred to as 'Victory Homes'.
These homes provide safe, comfortable Christian family living environments for men and women who willingly come to our homes after they meet the admission criteria and initial intake procedures are completed. The men and women are unrelated but live as a family, helping each other to live Christian lives, free from drugs and other substances they were addicted to.
• The development of character and positive work ethic.
• To promote personal integrity, responsibility and accountability.
• To instil within our residents a sense of dignity, belonging and destiny.
• To enable residents to develop healthy Christian values and practice.
We offer a 9 – 12 months residential programme, followed by 3-12 months personal growth tracks. This includes:-
• Participating in community life and leisure activities.
• Life skills training through volunteering opportunities.
• Employment and rehousing advice for the residents.
• Signposting to further education classes, Christian faith development in prayer, teaching and practice.
Our purpose for running a non-medicated sober living facility is to see lives restored and families reunited that have been torn apart by addiction.
Rev Roger Sutton
BAPTIST MINISTER AND CO-CHAIR OF THE TRAFFORD BOROUGH PARTNERSHIP
AND CHAIR OF THE TRAFFORD PARTNERSHIP STRONG COMMUNITIES BOARD
"The work of Project67 is extraordinary in successfully helping people's lives who have been blighted by addiction. Not only are peple set free from drugs and other addictions, they are supported to become responsible members of the community. This is truly one of the most impressive services I've ever seen."
Dr Patricia Nelson
RESPONSIBLE CLINICIAN SPECIALTY DOCTOR IN OLD AGE AND ACTING CONSULTANT
GREATER MANCHESTER MENTAL NHS TRUST
“Peroject67 is playing an integral part in transforming lives of drug and alcohol addicts in more ways than just social support. I have personally seen the result of their work through witnessing personally transformed men and women who have become productive members of society. As a psychiatrist I am exceedingly impressed given my professional knowledge of the effects of drug and alcohol on lives and in society."
Debra Green OBE
FOUNDER OF REDEEMING OUR COMMUNITIES ROC
A MAJOR UK BASED CHARITY RUNNING OVER 165 PROJECTS ACROSS THE UK WHOSE AIM IS TO REDUCE CRIME
"I have been amazed to observe the work of Project67 over the last 10 years. So many people's lives have been enriched and transformed by their work. What is even more remarkable is that their work has a long-term impact rather than being a quick-fix."
Andy Hawthorn OBE
FOUNDER AND CEO OF THE MESSAGE TRUST
A MAJOR CHARITY IMPROVING THE LIVES OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE UK
"Project67 do vital transformational work that is saving society millions of pounds but more importantly saving some previously very broken lives."
Cllr Tania Burch
COUNSELLOR FOR ORDSALL
“Project67 is a true asset in the ward of Ordsall. Their youth outreach and drug and alcoholic facilities are a tremendous effort to help the most vulnerable in our communities.”
For more information call:
0 7756 801668