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Addiction and Recovery

Peer to Peer group with support

Every Monday 11-1PM

March Meet ups

Monday 4th March

Monday 11th March

Monday 18th March

Monday 25th March

April Meet ups

Monday 8th April

Monday 15th April

Monday 22nd April 

Monday 29th April

May Meet ups

Monday 13th May

Monday 20th May 

June Meet ups

Monday 3rd June

Monday 10th June

Monday 17th June

Monday 24th June

Addiction Support

Addiction refers to the compulsive and harmful use of substances or engagement in behaviours despite negative consequences. Recovery, on the other hand, is the process of overcoming addiction and working towards a healthier and more fulfilling life.

There are several approaches to addiction recovery, and it's important to find the one that works best foreach individual. Here are a few key aspects to consider:


1. Acknowledgment: The first step in recovery is acknowledging the presence of addiction and accepting that change is necessary. This self-awareness can pave the way for seeking help and support.


2. Treatment options: There are various treatment options available, including therapy, support groups, and rehabilitation programs. Seeking professional help from addiction specialists can provide guidance on the most suitable approach for each individual.


3. Support systems: Building a strong support network is crucial during the recovery process. This can include family, friends, support groups, and counsellors who can offer encouragement, understanding, and accountability.


4. Lifestyle changes: Making positive changes in one's lifestyle can support recovery. This may involve adopting healthy habits, such as regular exercise, proper nutrition, and engaging in activities that promote well-being.


5. Coping strategies: Developing effective coping mechanisms is essential in managing cravings and avoiding relapse. This can include learning stress-management techniques, practicing mindfulness, and finding healthy outlets for emotions.


6. Long-term commitment: Recovery is a lifelong journey, and maintaining sobriety requires ongoing effort and commitment. It's important to stay focused on personal goals, continue seeking support, and make choices that align with a healthy and addiction-free lifestyle.


Remember, everyone's journey to recovery is unique. It's important not to compare oneself to others and to be patient and kind to oneself throughout the process.

How can we help?

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Our Support 

We want to help each individual on their journey, giving peer to peer support with tools to aid them in their recovery. Pop along on a Monday, email, message or call us for further information.

01665 60 30 40

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