Meet the Residents:
Resident 1310: DAVID FINN.
Resident 1105: VINCENT BAINES.
Resident 0109: TAWNY MCINNEY.
Meet the Staff
DR G WINSLOW:
The residents of Harbour House thank you.
From residents 1105, 0109 and 1310 thank you!
Ten things to expect from Harbour House
Irrational fears, isolation, rescue and loving friends. Just some of what to expect behind the walls of Harbour House.
Extract from Harbour House
The three took seat at their usual table by the fireplace. Winslow watched them from the door way. Like a fine, oiled machine his beloved facility ran.
The mind is an amazing thing, a truly wondrous discovery. But its fibres are thin. They can break and need recovery.
Hi, my name is Cecil.
Hi, my name is Cecil and I’ll be your best friend. No matter what you do to me I’m yours to the end.
We Are Kappa So!
You better believe we are and we’re coming for you, bitches. We have no one to keep us in check so things are going to get wild.
Get Well Soon: Harbour House
Not a psychiatric institute, a rehabilitation clinic.
0109: Interview with tawny mcinney
A woman, middle aged, frizzy haired and full figured is brought before me. She is smiling despite her surroundings. She has an unlit cigarette in her hand. She knows she’s not allowed to smoke in the office but she clutches it for comfort. Behind that smile is perhaps a little nervousness.
1105: Interview with Vincent Baines
I am now speaking to a well presented gentleman. He is groomed, well dressed and watching me keenly. However, he struggles with serious personality issues and his residence at Harbour House came at a huge cost.
1310: Interview with David Finn
A scruffy young man is sat before me. His hair is bleached, his body thin and a little malnourished. He’s been through a lot it seems but brought to Harbour House to combat a drug addiction he’s on the list of those we aim to make better.
As long as it takes
You see, it wouldn’t do good for the residents of Harbour House to look at what went beyond the safe little world that had been created for them.