Funded by Inverclyde HSCP & The Robertson Trust, this project will build on learning from previous recovery work and pilot projects, allowing us to co-ordinate and guide recovery assets, Inverclyde Recovery Cafe and other recovery initiatives to work with addiction and recovery services, supports and groups to facilitate a range of meaningful activities, and build skills for the future.
A well evidenced tool for an individual in recovery is music therapy. The Recovery Jam Session meets on a Wednesday morning 10.30am - 12.30pm. Open to all ages and abilities to learn and develop new skills, or even for some banter in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
A social hub for people in recovery, led by people in recovery. Open to anyone in recovery from addictions, alcohol, mental health or affected by these issues. The cafe brings a holistic approach to connect us back to us. The Recovery Cafe is held in Crown Care Centre in Greenock on Wednesday and Friday evenings 5pm - 8pm.
“I don’t want to drink anymore”, “I don’t like being around drunk people”, “I can’t get out because I’ve got the kids”
Does this sound like you? Why not come along to our monthly sober social evening? Live entertainment, disco and quiz on the last Friday of the month, 6.30pm - 9.30pm.
Creche provided, so bring the weans. No drink, no drugs, no hangovers!!!
The Recovery Enthusiast Project is reaching out to the community through various services, with the sole purpose of engaging with the people who slip through the system. To raise awareness and promote recovery throughout the community.
RECOVERY PEER MENTOR PROGRAMME
We have a range of Peer Mentors who use their skills, knowledge and experience to engage with individuals who may be socially isolated, looking to access a particular service or about to move on from a service into the community. This 1-to-1 support has proved to be very beneficial for people through their stages of recovery.
2017 - 2020
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