Gloucester House is a Salvation Army-run Addiction Rehabilitation Centre. It's residential with 15 spaces for men recovering from addiction to alcohol or drugs. The clients usually stay for around six months before moving back to their own accomodation where they are supported by the aftercare programme.
Gloucester House is one of The Salvation Army's Big Collection films. It aims to inspire those who are collecting for The Salvation Army this September.
The Salvation Army has a long history of working with people who are vulnerable and marginalised across the world.
This includes people who find themselves the victims of human trafficking. The Salvation Army's anti-human trafficking work takes place on an international scale, and it has been protecting and caring for vulnerable victims of human trafficking since The Salvation Army's early beginnings in the 1880s.