The Recovery Hub
Your journey may start at The Recovery Hub where we will offer you a confidential space to listen to how we can help you make your life better, with opportunities to discuss keeping yourself safe, social activities, prescribing some specialist medications and much more. You will get to chat with a Recovery Worker on the day you drop-in and there is no need to be referred by your GP. The first step couldn’t be simpler. At The Recovery Hub we believe that one size does not fit all and our highly trained staff will support you to build your own personal recovery plan where we can create interventions individual to your own needs. See our opening times.
Supporting you to make changes
Throughout your journey you will be offered a variety of opportunities to improve your health, wellbeing, social interaction and self-esteem. Sessions to improve health and well-being, everything from thinking skills to acupuncture, counselling and from therapy sessions to meditation. Where appropriate, we can offer support for your family or carer alongside your own.
Education, Training, Employment, Volunteering and Activities
When you feel it is the right time, we will support you to find activities that you enjoy through our Re-Fit sports and activity recovery programme and help you to prepare and find training, volunteering and employment opportunities. If you enjoy football, badminton, gym sessions and walking, I’m sure we will have something just for you. Depending on the season we also offer canoeing, mountain biking, chess clubs and the list goes on and on.
We work in partnership with organisations, including those that focus on lived experience, that will support you and your whole family and/or carers through your Recovery journey if it will be helpful for you.
We can help if you are homeless too by working with the council to house you in one of our dedicated drug and alcohol Recovery hostels and support you through our specialist team. We offer a range of properties, shared homes and hostels for people at all stages of recovery and change, including abstinence housing options.
Don’t take our word for it, hear what some of our clients say about the service. We are committed to constantly improving the service by listening to what our clients have to say.
See what those in recovery say
See what those in recovery say…
The people who will help you to make your life better will have specialist skills in supporting:
We can also introduce you to someone with lived experience who can provide additional support along the way.