Work was completed on the purpose-built Day Care Centre in 2010 and it was officially opened by the Duchess of Gloucester in November.
In April 2013, Treetops Hospice announced plans to build a new Counselling Centre on the grounds at Risley, following a successful grant application to the Department of Health. In July 2014, the Cheetham Centre opened, named after founder Cally Cheetham. The centre contains bespoke counselling rooms for adults, children and teenagers. The Hospice at Home coordination hub is also located there.
In October 2015, the charity became Treetops Hospice Care, to challenge the common misconception that Treetops is a place where people go to die.