Leonard Cheshire Alcohol Related Brain Injury Unit (ARBI) opened in January 2020. It is a specialised 14-bed rehabilitation unit for individuals with a diagnosis of ARBI. It is estimated that there are 35,000 people currently living in Northern Ireland with ARBI. We recognised that those living with this diagnosis are high risk, and require specialised intervention to enable them to improve their independence. The aim of the unit is to offer intervention for up to three years and to bridge the gap between acute hospital and community.