Bosence Rehab, Bosence Detox & Stabilisation and Bosence Young Person’s Unit are owned and managed by Bosence Farm Community Ltd, a charity registered with the Care Quality Commission to provide residential substance misuse treatment services.
All three services aim to offer the highest quality residential treatment services combined with value for money. Our services are centred on our service users’ needs. We exist solely to help people recover from drug and alcohol addiction.
We want to see a society where every person suffering from substance misuse can receive high quality treatment and support to meet their needs, and help them become fulfilled and productive members of their community.
We fully support the Recovery Agenda by providing detoxification, stabilisation and rehabilitation in safe and peaceful surroundings.
Our detoxification and rehabilitation services operate separately but can be purchased as a package.
Our Statement of Purpose (revised May 2019) can be downloaded here
Colonel E T Bolitho OBE, Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall.
“I am delighted to become President of Bosence Farm. It provides a vital service in Cornwall and does so quietly and calmly in a beautiful place, which really helps people transform their lives. I wish the organisation continuing success over the years ahead.”
Colonel Bolitho took over as President on the retirement of Lady Mary Holborow, DCVO in 2015
John York Moore
Derek Thomas MP
“It is a great privilege to be invited to be a Patron of Bosence Farm Community. My relationship with this amazing place goes way back to when I worked as a Youth and Community Worker in the late nineties when the charity was very young.
Bosence Farm Community continues to go from strength to strength and this is because of the dedication and conviction of everyone involved and I am really pleased to play a small part going forward. Everyone deserves to live full lives and Bosence is one of those places were this great principle is at the heart of the work the team do.”
This short film,which focuses on Bosence Farm, was made with a particular emphasis on the Social Enterprise make up of the community and features the previous Chief Executive, Derek Mace before his retirement. Some of the information contained in it is slightly out of date now, as the service has grown and moved on, but it gives you a sense of the history and purpose of the organisation, and our aim, as Derek puts it – to help people get well – remains the same.
We also made this short film to show potential residents and health care professionals more of what Boswyns can offer.