Dozens of people across Devon and Cornwall battling addiction face losing their support as a rehabilitation home looks set to close.
Broadreach House will shut on Friday, leaving staff without jobs and the 47 people it is currently helping cut off from their support.
Despite a fundraising campaign and workers even giving up their pay, it hasn't been enough to keep the centre open.
Bernadette has been clean for four years. When she came to Plymouth she was addicted to heroin and crack, homeless and at risk of losing her arm. She says Broadreach gave her back hope and she is devastated at the news.
Micky McCloskey came out of Wandsworth Prison as an addict. For the last 12 years he has been working for Plymouth Argyle. None of that would have been possible without Broadreach.
Top-level meetings have been taking place across Plymouth to try to find a solution. An online crowdfunding campaign has been set up, but the trustees have decided they needed to go into administration to keep some control over what is happening.